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Crime Channel: Globalisation

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Resources in this category include a complete Textbook chapter that examines the relationship between globalisation and crime and an Updates piece that examines the role of the media in contemporary society through the Ian Tomlinson case; this file combines text, graphics and video clips.


This type of resource focuses on identifying examples of different types of transnational crime. It also includes graphical representations of two different models of organised crime.


Resources here feature a contemporary reassessment of the usefulness of concepts like moral panics and deviancy amplification, plus an examination of the relationship between New Technology and crime.

Globalisation and Crime

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