Models of Organized Crime Executive Summary
Past accounts as well as present one show proof by more than one scholar that there are many diverse models of organized crime. The models that will be discussed today are the principal ones, which are the patron-client model and the bureaucratic model. Although both share differences, obviously, there are also similar in a sense. In this paper a discussion and explanation will take place regarding both the similarities and differences in both models of organized crime as well as a provision of an explanation will be offered regarding why both models hold such significance in the general comprehension of organized crime.
Within bureaucratic organizations there lies conventionalism and these types of organizations...
Excerpt from file: MODELSOFORGANIZEDCRIME 1 ModelsofOrganizedCrimeExecutiveSummary CJA/384 Pastaccountsaswellaspresentoneshowproofbymorethanonescholarthat therearemanydiversemodelsoforganizedcrime.Themodelsthatwillbediscussed MODELSOFORGANIZEDCRIME 2
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