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Special Issue Cultures & conflits Year : 2001

Le crime organisé en Russie : nouvelles approches

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Organized crime in Russia - The aim of this issue is to react to the multiplication of discourses on the supposed threat to the contemporary world represented by « transnational organised crime ». Among the different building blocks of this « new evil empire » on a global scale, the criminal organisations of Russia have particularly attracted the attention of leading politicians and managers, officials of international organisations, the police, judges, journalists and researchers during the 1990s. The articles in this issue try to understand in which context and from which sources the knowledge on organised crime in Russia has developed. They also suggest new approaches based upon sociological investigations.
Ce numéro réagit à la multiplication des discours sur la menace que représenterait le « crime organisé transnational » pour le monde contemporain, notamment en Russie. Au sommaire : Concurrence et confusion des discours sur le crime organisé en Russie. Entreprise, protection et violence en Russie à la fin des années 90. Le crime organisé de Russie : un état des lieux à Saint-Pétersbourg. La culture criminelle en Russie post-soviétique.
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hal-03458551 , version 1 (30-11-2021)

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Gilles Favarel-Garrigues. Le crime organisé en Russie : nouvelles approches. Gilles Favarel-Garrigues. Cultures & conflits, pp.160, 2001. ⟨hal-03458551⟩
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