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Transnational forms of criminal behaviour have, in recent times, attracted a good deal of interest from sociologists and criminologists - and a range of arguments about how this type of behaviour is organised.


This video, therefore, outlines and evaluates four different models of transnational organised crime:


Part 1: Corporate hierarchy models (4 minutes).


Part 2: Network structure models (4 minutes 30 seconds).


Part 3: Economic market models (5 minutes 30 seconds).


Part 4: Clan models (6 minutes 40 seconds).



















Transnational Organised Crime

Crime Channel: Globalisation

Text | PowerPoint | Video


Theories | Power and Control | Social Distribution | Globalisation | Methods



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