Globalisation and Green crime

Globalisation is very much linked with green crime so this mind map should help.

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  • Created by: Augusta
  • Created on: 27-11-12 08:54
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  • Globalisation and green crime
    • Causes
      • Deregulation of financial and other markets
      • Influence of global mass media
      • Cheap air travel
    • Globalisation of crime
      • Castells - global criminal economy worth over £1 trillion per annum
        • Cyber crimes
          • Jewkes - the internet has created opportunities to commit conventional and new crimes
        • Green crimes
          • Green criminology
            • Marxism - Capitalism is able to shape the law and define crime
              • Snider - capitalist state reluctant to pass laws that regulate their activity
              • Criminogenic capitalism
            • Traditional criminology
              • Behaviour only defined by the criminal law
            • Two views of harm
              • Anthropocentric
              • Untitled
        • The drugs trade
          • Deregulation
            • Individualistic culture
              • Creates inequality - the increasingly materialistic culture
                • Criminogenic capitalism
            • Snider - capitalist state reluctant to pass laws that regulate their activity
    • Individualistic culture
      • Creates inequality - the increasingly materialistic culture
      • Deregulation
        • Primary and secondary green crimes
          • Untitled
          • Primary - 3 billion tons of carbon added to the atmosphere every year
          • Secondary - 'Rainbow Warrior'
        • Left realism
          • Beck - provide adequate resources for all
            • We have created new 'manufactured' risks
          • 'Glocal'  - Hobbs and Dunningham
            • Crime is locally based with global connections
          • Global risk consciousness

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