Criminal Tendencies: The International Breakdown of Law and Order
Crime is a growth industry. Though crime statistics are notoriously difficult to interpret, most measures seem to show an inexorable rise. According to UN figures, reported crime for the period 1976-1986 increased globally at 5 per cent per year - well above the growth in population.
Globalization, social problems, crime
Criminal Law | Social Control, Law, Crime, and Deviance
Law, Society and Governance
States of Disarray: The Social Effects of Globalisation
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Criminal Tendencies: The International Breakdown of Law and Order. (1995). States of Disarray: The Social Effects of Globalisation. 72-84. Research Collection School Of Law.
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