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Kabanov, P.A. Political Banditism as a Criminal Form of Supporting Political Activity: Definition and Meaning

Abstract: The research subject of the present article is the political banditism as a criminal form of supporting political activity. The purpose of the research is to develop a new scientific category political banditism and to provide the definition of political banditism from the point of view of the modern Russian political criminology. The tasks of the research include the following: a) to analyze and critically evaluate contemporary researches on the problems of political banditism; b) to provide a general description of the basic elements of political banditism as a criminal form of supporting political activity; c) to offer a definition of political banditism as a criminal form of supporting political activity. The methodological basis of the research involves dialectical materialism and associated general research methods such as comparison, analysis, synthesis and others methods of humanities. The main result of the research is the authors definition of political banditism as a political and criminological category and description of the main elements of its structure and meaning of political banditism as a criminal form of supporting political activity. The scientific novelty of the research is caused by the fact that the author provides a new definition of political banditism. This definition is different from definitions offered by other researches as it involves criminal support of political activity.


Keywords:

political criminology, political crime, political extremism, political banditism, banditism, expropriation, economic terrorism, support (guarantees) of political activity, political activity, political actors.


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