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Academic papers on Organized Crime Studies

Media and Terrorism
A 12 page research paper that explores how terrorists are successful at exploiting the link between the news media, public opinion, and presidential decision making. The writer discusses the sociological and political dimensions of reported...
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The Diary of Jack the Ripper/Is It Real?
A 5 page summary and discussion on Shirley Harrison's book The Diary of Jack the Ripper. In 1990, a diary surfaced in England that appears to be authentic. The question of the diary's authenticity is addressed by the writer. Bibliography lists 2...
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CIA - continuously in action?
(6 pp) The country confronts international relations that diverge from the pattern of the past. President Clinton's rhetoric during the 1992 electoral campaign recognized these developments, and it is important to consider how that...
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Organized Crime and Human Trafficking
Organized Crime and Human Trafficking: This 12
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Crime and Punishment in Nineteenth Century Boston
This 5 page paper provides statistical and official data concerning crimes, arrests and punishment in Boston Massachusetts during the 1800s. The prison system is also discussed. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Security management and crime pattern analysis
A 16 page paper which looks at the theory and practical application of crime patterning, with specific reference to shoplifting and loss prevention in retail. The bibliography lists 17 sources.
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Tokyo Subway Sarin Attack, 1995
This 2.5-page paper examines the Tokyo Subway Sarin Attack in 1995 and if precautions could have been made and whether future attacks like this are likely to occur. There are 3 sources cited.
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The Social Institution of Organized Crime
This is a 5 page paper that looks at the link between organized crime and social institutions. An argument is made for social disorganization being a leading cause of crime. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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