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Title:Vplivi globalne trgovine z drogo na države proizvajalke in porabnice
Authors:Teskač, Maja (Author)
Klanjšek, Rudi (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Magistrsko delo na osnovi analize znanstvene in strokovne literature proučuje razsežnosti globalne trgovine z drogo, njene transportne poti in distribucijo dobička. Z metodo analize in sinteze so obravnavani glavni dejavniki širjenja globalne trgovine z drogo in njeni vplivi na države proizvajalke in porabnice. Skozi proces globalnega trgovanja z drogo so proučevani neenakost, distribucija dobička in razmerja moči med vključenimi akterji. Na koncu so analizirani odnosi in razmerja moči med izvornimi in ciljnimi državami. Ugotovljeno je, da globalna trgovina z drogo vpliva na destabilizacijo gospodarstva, politike in civilne družbe tako v državah proizvajalkah kot glavnih državah porabnicah. Prav tako je ugotovljeno, da med akterji, vključenimi v proces trgovanja z drogo, vlada visoka stopnja družbene neenakosti, nesorazmerij moči in neenakomerne distribucije dobička. To velja tako za odnose znotraj držav kot tudi za odnose med izvornimi in ciljnimi državami. Nadalje je ugotovljeno, da je globalna trgovina z drogo determinirana s pojmom neenakosti, ki predstavlja hkrati njen vzrok in posledico. Na koncu so za potrebe nadaljnjega raziskovanja ponujeni možni predlogi omejevanja globalne trgovine z drogo.
Keywords:organizirani kriminal, globalna trgovina z drogo, kokain, heroin, družbena neenakost, distribucija dobička, globalizacija.
Year of publishing:2018
Publisher:[M. Teskač]
Source:Maribor
UDC:343.37(043.2)
COBISS_ID:24283400 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:UIUKGESV
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Licensing start date:06.12.2018

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Effects of global drog trafficking on producing and consuming countries
Abstract:The present master's thesis analyses the scope of global drug trafficking, its transport routes and the distribution of profits. The key factors of expansion of global drug trafficking and its impact on producer and consumer countries are addressed with the method of analysis and synthesis. Inequality, distribution of profits and power relations between actors involved are analysed through the process of global drug trafficking. Finally, the power relations between the source countries and the destination countries are analyzed. It is established that global drug trafficking influences the destabilization of the economy, politics and civil society, both in the producing countries and in the main consumer countries. It is also established that there is high rate of social inequality, power imbalances and uneven distribution of profits among the actors involved in the global drug trafficking. This applies both to relations within countries, as well as to relations between source and destination countries. Furthermore, it is established that global drug trafficking is determined by the notion of inequality, which at the same time represents its cause and effect as well. Finally, proposals for limiting global drug trafficking are proposed for further research.
Keywords:organized crime, global drug trade, cocain, heroin, social inequality, distribution of profits, globalization.


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