Globalisation Exam Question - 21 Marks

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With reference to the item asses the view that the process of globalisation has led to changes in both the amount of crime and the types of crime committed. (21 marks)


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Asses the view that the process of globalisation has led to changes in both the
amount of crime and the types of crime committed. (21 marks)

Define Globalisation The increasing interconnectedness of societies ­
and changes brought decisions in one country effects people in different
by it: countries by way…

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more flexible, opportunistic and entrepreneurial
criminals.
GLENNY `McMafia' ­ franchise their brand (in this case their
gang) on a global scale selling protection of the
rich/powerful. This is an example of transnational
organised crime.
Define Green Crime Green Crime is crime against the environment, it is
and why it's unique:…

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SOUTH Crimes of water pollution (25 million people die
per year due to bad water)


TYPES OF SECONDARY GREEN CRIME (arise out of
flouting the rules aimed at preventing environmental
disasters):
State violence against oppositional groups
(states sometimes use illegal methods to deal
with protesters e.g. France blowing up ship)…

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justice system ­ socially construct what is
criminal. EXAMPLE: Nazi Germany made it the
law for disabled people to be sterilise against
their will.

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