Disadvantages Of Globalization And Crime

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Abstract In the model world, economic, cultural, social and political activities across different city, territories, countries and nations. Different places of the world are interconnected to each other actually and virtually. Globalization bring advantages in economic, cultural, social and political to the world, but it also give global risk to the world. Introduction Globalization is “a social process of in which the constraints of geography on social and cultural arrangement recede and in which people are becoming increasingly aware that they are receding” (Malcolm Waters 1995, Globalization). With the aid of expanding technologies, international communications, trading and investment, different territories, countries, regions and nations are interconnected together in the world, the world as a ‘global village’ and as a single place. The globalization accelerated the growth of economic and improved the international communication in the world. Meanwhile, the national borders have become less effective and less important. The illicit or illegal activities, risks, diseases are also not restricted by the national borders and territorial boundaries in the world. The nature of crime activities have changed and it became transnational and…show more content…
It also shorter the distance between criminal and victims, and shifted the sites of crime to global. The sites of crimes are no longer restricted locally, crimes can commit to any place in the world. With the aid of information technology, the national borders have become less effective. Crime can be committed through internet or World Wide Web. Information technology convenience to people, it also encouraged criminals to take advantage of advanced technology to commit crimes. The threat from cybercrime is constantly evolving with new opportunities to commit ‘old’ crimes in new ways as well as high-tech crimes that did not exist
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