Chapter 17 Terrorism and Multinational CJ

Chapter 17 Terrorism and Multinational CJ - Chapter 17...

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Chapter 17 Revised Summer 2010 I Introduction A The Problem of International Crime 1 Increasingly crime is crossing international borders 2 This can be studied by specialized criminologist a Called Comparative criminologist B Ethnocentrism and the Study of Criminal Justice 1 Ethnocentric – Holding a belief in the superiority of ones own social, ethic, cultural or nation. 2 We perceive what is our cultural as what is natural C Problems with Data 1 Can have different definitions of a crime 2 Can have different crime reporting practices 3 Political and other differences 4 Massive differences between countries a Like relative levels of wealth II Islamic Criminal Justice A Islamic justice is intertwined with religion 1 Four basic duties of justice a Sacred duty of justice as the will of god b Mutual respect of fellow humans c Brotherhood and unity of society d Command from god to obey rules B The Hudud Crimes 1 Islamic law is called the Shari’ah or path of God 2 Seven serious crimes under Hudud a Crimes based in part on Islamic violations 1) Making war on Allah 2) Theft 3) Adultery or fornication 4) False accusations of adultery or fornication 5) Corruptions on earth (rebellion against lawful authority) 6) Drinking Alcohol 7) Highway robbery
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This note was uploaded on 10/09/2010 for the course BUSINESS L 289494 taught by Professor Chapman during the Fall '10 term at Wake Tech.

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Chapter 17 Terrorism and Multinational CJ - Chapter 17...

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