IS POLITICS IMPACTING ON CRIMES IN JAMAICA? A THEORETICAL EVALUATION

@inproceedings{Bourne2017ISPI,
  title={IS POLITICS IMPACTING ON CRIMES IN JAMAICA? A THEORETICAL EVALUATION},
  author={Andrew P Bourne and Charlene Sharpe and Vincent Ms Peterkin and Viviene Dyer},
  year={2017}
}
The nexus of crime and politics has its historical roots in the Jamaican society long before the 1970s. The ‘badness-honour’, which permeates the nation currently, can be ascribed to the 1970s even though its genesis is before this time period. The crime phenomenon in Jamaica, nay, the Caribbean, cannot be comprehensively examined without a reference to politics. The crime phenomenon has reached a pandemic status, and the marriage between politics and crime must commence with a review of the… CONTINUE READING

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