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Criminal Culture as a Factor of Crime

Student: Elena Chicherova

Supervisor: Anna A. Ivanova

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 7

Year of Graduation: 2019

The author examines one of the key components of the criminal determination system: that of criminal culture. The objectives of the work are comprehensive study and analysis of various aspects of the interaction of culture and crime; determining the meaning and place of culture in criminology, as well as developing proposals for improving the crime prevention system in the country at the present stage of its development. The intended results of this study are to expand and deepen criminological knowledge, to highlight the significance of the culture of modern society, its subcultures and the culture of an individual within the framework of such a scientific direction as cultural criminology. In addition, it is proposed, based on the analysis of criminal behavior, to work out some tips on crime prevention as well as measures to counter the criminal culture.

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