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Corruption Counteraction: Issues of Conceptual and Categorical Framework
Abstract.The subject of this research is the researches of Russian scientists, statutory regulations of the Russian Federation law on corruption counteraction and other legal acts. Damm analyzes the issues of conceptual and categorical framework of corruption counteraction. There is a common belief that the criminal science does not have an agreement regarding the terms that describe the combination of measures and responses to crime. However, there is a certain consistency in such legal definitions as 'counteraction', 'prevention', and 'fight against', at the same time the correlation between terms 'prevention' and 'preventive measures' is rather unclear. In his research Damm has applied the dialectical method, structured system and formal law research methods. Based on the analysis of approaches to the definition and correlation of aforesaid terms in criminology and legislation, the author concludes that criminology mostly uses the term 'prevention' as the general term. Criminology uses both terms, prevention and counteraction, to describe corruption, while legal researches mostly use the term 'counteraction'. In its turn, the use of the term 'corruption counteraction' as a general term, as well as its definition, are good findings of the law.
Keywords: anti-corruption policy, offense, crime, combating, prophylaxy, counteraction, prevention, corruption, conceptual framework, terminological convention
Article was received:26-06-2018
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .