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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Enver Mamaev
Collaborationism: Criminal-legal Assessment. History and Modernity
Jurisprudence
(Bachelor’s programme)
2018
The purpose of the scientific work is to characterize and analyze collaborations and treason in conjunction with the conceptualization of the manifestations of the political identity of collaborationism and highlight its basic practices and factors in the context of criminal law practice.

Objectives of work:

1. to consider the concept, essence and forms of collaboration;

2. explore collaboration in terms of public danger;

3. to distinguish collaborationism from cooperation;

4. to give a criminal-legal assessment of collaboration and cooperation with the occupants during the Great Patriotic War;

5. analyze the features and trends of the development of collaboration at the present stage.

The structure of the work is an introduction, two chapters divided into paragraph, conclusion, list of sources, literature.

In the process of writing the work, the concepts, essence and forms of collaborationism were considered; criminal-legal assessment of collaborationism and cooperation with the occupiers during the Great Patriotic War was given. In addition, the study analyzed the features and trends in the development of collaboration at the present stage.

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