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Globalisation and

Transnational Crime 2





Globalisation and Crime in Contemporary Society involves looking at different dimensions of the concept of transnational crime and this PowerPoint presentation focuses on examples of new forms of crime facilitated by globalisation:


  • computer crime
  • computer-aided crime
  • crimes against computers.


There is also discussion of:


  • cybercrime
  • hyperstatialisation
  • hypercrime.


The slides are designed to provide "background examples" of new forms of transnational crime that can be elaborated by teachers within the classroom.


Globalisation and

Transnational Crime: Part 2


Crime Channel: Globalisation

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