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Crime, transnational

  • By: Karen K. Clark & Gilbert Geis
  • In: Encyclopedia of Global Studies
  • Edited by: Helmut K. Anheier & Mark Juergensmeyer
  • Subject:Globalization, Social Policy (general), Cultural Geography

Borders are a key element in the consideration of transnational crime. A border is a port of entry, an exit route, and a governed barrier. A border crossing offers opportunities for trade, cross-cultural benefits, migration, and crime. As demand for precious ...

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