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2015, vol. 12, br. 1, str. 205-220
Kriminalni milje i kriminalna pojava - kriminološki i kriminalistički aspekti
Megatrend Univerzitet, Fakultet za pravo, javnu upravu i bezbednost - FDUA, Beograd

e-adresadmanojlovic@megatrend.edu.rs
Ključne reči: kriminologija; kriminalistika; kriminalni milje; kriminalna pojava
Sažetak
Autor je u radu koji je pred vama predstavio jedan inovativniji koncept istraživanja kriminalnog miljea i kriminalne pojave. u radu je data klasifikacija dostignutog u literaturi u oblasti kriminalnog miljea i kriminalne pojave, koji su usko povezani sa korpusom kriminalnih delatnosti ili čak, po nekim teoretičarima, sa samim kriminalom, kriminalnim organizacijama i kriminalnim profitom. prikazana su pojmovna određenja, s osvrtom na kompleksnost kriminalnog miljea i pojava u njemu. pored klasifikacije, dati su i elementi koji grade pojedine tipove kriminalnog miljea, njihova slojevitost, struktura kriminalne pojave i kako se održava struktura kriminalnog miljea. Autoru se čini da su aktuelni trendovi u istraživanju kriminalnog miljea u nas još uvek nedovoljno promovisani i zastupljeni u domaćoj kriminološkoj i kriminalističkoj literaturi, a činjenica da je kriminalni milje žila kucavica kriminalnih delatnosti dovoljno je ubedljiv razlog da se podstaknu istraživanja u ovoj neistraženoj oblasti.
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