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The main emphasis of this book is placed on a comprehensive classificatory scheme that highlights underlying patterns and dynamics, rather than particular historical manifestations of organized crime. Esteemed author Klaus von Lampe strategically breaks the book down into three key dimensions: (1) illegal activities, (2) patterns of interpersonal relations that are directly or indirectly supporting these illegal activities, and (3) overarching illegal power structures that regulate and control these illegal activities and also extend their influence into the legal spheres of society. Within this framework, numerous case studies and topical issues from a variety of countries illustrate meaningful application of the conceptual and theoretical discussion.Preface Acknowledgments About the Author Part I: Organized Crime as a Construct and as an Object of Study Chapter 1: Introduction - The Study of Organized Crime Phenomena Associated With Organized Crime Conceptual Confusion What Is the Object of Study in the Study of Organized Crime? Chapter 2: The Concept of Organized Crime The Conceptual History of Organized Crime The Reception of the American Concept of Organized Crime in Other Countries Lessons to Be Learned From the Conceptual History of Organized Crime Overview of Definitions of Organized Crime Outline of a Conceptual Framework for the Study of Organized Crime The Concept of Organized Crime: Summary and Conclusion Chapter 3: Organized Crime Research The Study of Organized Crime as an Academic Subdiscipline The History of the Study of Organized Crime The Main Lines of Contemporary Research Challenges to the Study of Organized Crime Research on Organized Crime: Summary and Conclusion PART II: Empirical Manifestations of Organized Crime Introduction to Part II Chapter 4: Organized Criminal Activities Why Study Organized Criminal Activities Separate From Criminal Organizations? Outline of This Chapter Case Study: Cocaine Trafficking Case Study: The Trafficking in Stolen Motor Vehicles Conceptualizations of Organized Criminal Activities The Main Types of Organized Criminal Activities Illegal Markets The Conceptualization of Particular Organized Criminal Activities Organized Criminal Activities: Summary and Conclusion Chapter 5: Criminal Structures - An Overview Introduction Case Study: Pedophile Networks Existing Classifications of Criminal Organizations The Three Basic Types of Criminal Structures The Basic Forms of Criminal Structures: Markets, Networks, and Hierarchies The Conceptualization of Criminal Networks The Emergence and Persistence of Criminal Network Ties Criminal Structures: Summary and Conclusion Chapter 6: Illegal Entrepreneurial Structures Introduction Case Study: The Lavin Enterprise The Illegal Firm Conceptualizing Illegal Entrepreneurial Structures Explaining the Structure of Illegal Firms Illegal Entrepreneurial Structures: Summary and Conclusion Chapter 7: Associational Structures Introduction Case Studies of Associations of Criminals Variations Across Illegal Associational Structures The Core Functions of Associational Structures Delineating Associational Structures from Entrepreneurial Structures and from Quasi-Governmental Structures Associational Structures: Summary and Conclusion Chapter 8: Illegal-Market Monopolies and Quasi-Governmental Structures Introduction Case Study: The American Cosa Nostra Illegal-Market Monopolies and Quasi-Governmental Structures Monopolies in Illegal Markets Quasi-Governmental Structures Delineating Illegal-Market Monopolies and Quasi-Governmental Structures Illegal-Market Monopolies and Monopolies of Violence: Summary and Conclusion Part III: Organized Crime and Society Chapter 9: The Social Embeddedness of Organized Crime Introduction The Social Embeddedness of Organized Crime: Illegal Goods and Services The Social Embeddedness of Organized Criminals The Social Embeddedness of Organized Crime: Summary and Conclusion Chapter 10: Organized Crime and Legitimate Business Introduction Conceptualizations of Organized Crime and Legitimate Business Along the Dimensions of Activities, Structures, and Governance Organized Criminals and Legitimate Business Racketeering: Criminal Control Over Business Sectors Business Sectors Vulnerable to Criminal Influence Organized Crime and Legitimate Business: Summary and Conclusion Chapter 11: Organized Crime and Government Introduction Conceptualizations of Organized Crime and Government: Activities, Structures, and Governance The Relationship Between Organized Crime and Government as Two Separate Entities Organized Crime within Government The Relationship Between Organized Crime and Government: Summary and Conclusion Chapter 12: Transnational Organized Crime Introduction Transnational Criminal Activities Cross-Border Mobility and Cross-Border Networking of Criminals Transnational Criminal Structures The Cyberization of Organized Crime and the Organization of Cybercrime Transnational Organized Crime and Organized Cybercrime: Summary and Conclusion Note PART IV: The Big Picture and the Arsenal of Countermeasures Introduction to Part IV Chapter 13: The Big Picture of Organized Crime Introduction The Range of Phenomena That Fall Under the Umbrella Concept of Organized Crime Modelling Organized Crime Typologies of Organized Crime Trajectories in the Development of Organized Crime The Big Picture of Organized Crime: Summary and Conclusion Chapter 14: Countermeasures Against Organized Crime Introduction Substantive Criminal Law as an Instrument Against Organized Crime Investigative Tools and Institutional Innovations as Instruments Against Organized Crime Non-Criminal Justice Approaches to Combating 'Organized Crime' Combating Organized Crime: Summary and Conclusion Bibliography Index


Szczegóły: Organized Crime - Klaus von Lampe

Tytuł: Organized Crime
Autor: Klaus von Lampe
Producent: SAGE Publications Ltd
ISBN: 9781452203508
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 488
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.86 kg


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Organized Crime

The main emphasis of this book is placed on a comprehensive classificatory scheme that highlights underlying patterns and dynamics, rather than particular historical manifestations of organized crime. Esteemed author Klaus von Lampe strategically breaks the book down into three key dimensions: (1) illegal activities, (2) patterns of interpersonal relations that are directly or indirectly supporting these illegal activities, and (3) overarching illegal power structures that regulate and control these illegal activities and also extend their influence into the legal spheres of society. Within this framework, numerous case studies and topical issues from a variety of countries illustrate meaningful application of the conceptual and theoretical discussion.Preface Acknowledgments About the Author Part I: Organized Crime as a Construct and as an Object of Study Chapter 1: Introduction - The Study of Organized Crime Phenomena Associated With Organized Crime Conceptual Confusion What Is the Object of Study in the Study of Organized Crime? Chapter 2: The Concept of Organized Crime The Conceptual History of Organized Crime The Reception of the American Concept of Organized Crime in Other Countries Lessons to Be Learned From the Conceptual History of Organized Crime Overview of Definitions of Organized Crime Outline of a Conceptual Framework for the Study of Organized Crime The Concept of Organized Crime: Summary and Conclusion Chapter 3: Organized Crime Research The Study of Organized Crime as an Academic Subdiscipline The History of the Study of Organized Crime The Main Lines of Contemporary Research Challenges to the Study of Organized Crime Research on Organized Crime: Summary and Conclusion PART II: Empirical Manifestations of Organized Crime Introduction to Part II Chapter 4: Organized Criminal Activities Why Study Organized Criminal Activities Separate From Criminal Organizations? Outline of This Chapter Case Study: Cocaine Trafficking Case Study: The Trafficking in Stolen Motor Vehicles Conceptualizations of Organized Criminal Activities The Main Types of Organized Criminal Activities Illegal Markets The Conceptualization of Particular Organized Criminal Activities Organized Criminal Activities: Summary and Conclusion Chapter 5: Criminal Structures - An Overview Introduction Case Study: Pedophile Networks Existing Classifications of Criminal Organizations The Three Basic Types of Criminal Structures The Basic Forms of Criminal Structures: Markets, Networks, and Hierarchies The Conceptualization of Criminal Networks The Emergence and Persistence of Criminal Network Ties Criminal Structures: Summary and Conclusion Chapter 6: Illegal Entrepreneurial Structures Introduction Case Study: The Lavin Enterprise The Illegal Firm Conceptualizing Illegal Entrepreneurial Structures Explaining the Structure of Illegal Firms Illegal Entrepreneurial Structures: Summary and Conclusion Chapter 7: Associational Structures Introduction Case Studies of Associations of Criminals Variations Across Illegal Associational Structures The Core Functions of Associational Structures Delineating Associational Structures from Entrepreneurial Structures and from Quasi-Governmental Structures Associational Structures: Summary and Conclusion Chapter 8: Illegal-Market Monopolies and Quasi-Governmental Structures Introduction Case Study: The American Cosa Nostra Illegal-Market Monopolies and Quasi-Governmental Structures Monopolies in Illegal Markets Quasi-Governmental Structures Delineating Illegal-Market Monopolies and Quasi-Governmental Structures Illegal-Market Monopolies and Monopolies of Violence: Summary and Conclusion Part III: Organized Crime and Society Chapter 9: The Social Embeddedness of Organized Crime Introduction The Social Embeddedness of Organized Crime: Illegal Goods and Services The Social Embeddedness of Organized Criminals The Social Embeddedness of Organized Crime: Summary and Conclusion Chapter 10: Organized Crime and Legitimate Business Introduction Conceptualizations of Organized Crime and Legitimate Business Along the Dimensions of Activities, Structures, and Governance Organized Criminals and Legitimate Business Racketeering: Criminal Control Over Business Sectors Business Sectors Vulnerable to Criminal Influence Organized Crime and Legitimate Business: Summary and Conclusion Chapter 11: Organized Crime and Government Introduction Conceptualizations of Organized Crime and Government: Activities, Structures, and Governance The Relationship Between Organized Crime and Government as Two Separate Entities Organized Crime within Government The Relationship Between Organized Crime and Government: Summary and Conclusion Chapter 12: Transnational Organized Crime Introduction Transnational Criminal Activities Cross-Border Mobility and Cross-Border Networking of Criminals Transnational Criminal Structures The Cyberization of Organized Crime and the Organization of Cybercrime Transnational Organized Crime and Organized Cybercrime: Summary and Conclusion Note PART IV: The Big Picture and the Arsenal of Countermeasures Introduction to Part IV Chapter 13: The Big Picture of Organized Crime Introduction The Range of Phenomena That Fall Under the Umbrella Concept of Organized Crime Modelling Organized Crime Typologies of Organized Crime Trajectories in the Development of Organized Crime The Big Picture of Organized Crime: Summary and Conclusion Chapter 14: Countermeasures Against Organized Crime Introduction Substantive Criminal Law as an Instrument Against Organized Crime Investigative Tools and Institutional Innovations as Instruments Against Organized Crime Non-Criminal Justice Approaches to Combating 'Organized Crime' Combating Organized Crime: Summary and Conclusion Bibliography Index

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Szczegóły: Organized Crime - Klaus von Lampe

Tytuł: Organized Crime
Autor: Klaus von Lampe
Producent: SAGE Publications Ltd
ISBN: 9781452203508
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 488
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.86 kg


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