Many may insist that the Yakuza are criminals as they pursue money and power through the ways of any crime gangs anywhere. They do drug-dealing, smuggling, prostitution, gambling, and protection rackets. (Andrew Rankin, 2012) As such, people may have commonly defined the Yakuza as purely evil because they have caused a negative impact on the society over the years due to their notorious activities. However, this can also be argued because it also definitely true that the Yakuza has brought about many positive impacts on Japan’s society as well. These positive impacts were definitely overshadowed by all the negative impacts.
Tourism industry can cause more critical problem when related to ethical and crime issues. Because develop of the tourism industry the crime rates also increased. Tourist normally are the victim because they carried a lot of cash and some valuables item when they travel. And this normally happed at the places that less developed. And the next issue is child labour.
Crime rate is drastically goes up when casinos are present in a community. Increased crime rates could harm a healthy community and hurt the economy within it. Casinos also attract potential prostitutes and drug
Legalizing prostitution is inhumane because it can cause the rise of crime rate and that would be big problem of the community. In an article, "Why Is Prostitution Illegal" article mentioned, the government claimed that legalizing or tolerating prostitution would create a greater demand for human trafficking problem. More succinctly, legalizing prostitution industry will increase the demand of sex worker because of the shortage of voluntary sex workers, so they will kidnap girls and force them to be sex workers. (Bazelon,
The competition among trade guilds only encouraged for the growth of gangs. Envy for prostitutes by brothel visitors could turn out ugly and this resulted to violence in the brothels. Merchant-official corruption, use of gangs to protect the trade, and greedy traders lead to increase in violence, smuggling, and bloodshed to get the product.
Unfortunately, there is a dark side of globalization, which has generated undesirable outcomes, such as terrorism, illegal drug trade, and etc. The technological advance in communication and transportation has redefined the social and economic relations in an international level. Transnational criminal groups took advantage of these innovations to spread their network and influence to achieve their objectives. (Naím 2005) stated that, crime becomes a global phenomenon “transforming the international system, upending the rules, creating new players, and reconfiguring power in international politics and economics.” This elaboration of global issues is reflected through the emergence of issues such as drug trafficking. Globalization is a process of intensifying the pluralist challenge, as it highlights international and transnational actors.
Due to the prohibition laws, more and more people turned to criminal activity and looked up to gangsters such as Al Capone as heroes. Organised crime was dangerous, but an easy source of income. Organised crime supplied booze and labour racketeering. Al Capone was also involved in creating a corrupt police force and government departments. The aims of prohibition were completely disregarded, and crime and violence increased significantly.
Religious organizations thought that less consumption of alcohol would result in less crimes, when in reality it was the opposite. Crimes nearly skyrocketed due to the bootleggers organized crime of transportation and sales to sneak alcohol. Bootleggers began their smuggling of liquor into the United States by crossing the Canadian and Mexican borders and ship transportation from the Bahamas and Cuba. The smuggling became even more riskier and more expensive once the Coast Guards started searching the ships from coast to coast but bootleggers had other sources of supply. Gangs began to take control of the bootlegging industry and go from state to state picking up more people.
There is huge potential for the gambling industry in India even though most of this market falls under the illegal category in India. Gambling promotes ‘collusive corruption’ and it is a reason behind the erosion of moral values. It affects the social and economical life of the nation. There are divergent views amongst scholars, policy makers and experts on this topic. I have tried to show the pros and cons of the gambling industry in this project while analysing its growth and looking into the political, legal, social, and moral dimensions of the debate.
If a country wants tourists to come, it will inevitably have to invest into hotels and other services, and it is here where the problem starts. Instead of the government using the people’s money and using it to make reforms which will actually help those people, it is spending money in satisfying foreigners necessities. Which can, in the long term, be beneficial because of the advantages commented above, however obviously, in the short term this can have an enormous negative impact on that country’s population as what they are paying as tax is not given back by the authorities neither directly or