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Comparative Contextual Analysis is a methodology for comparative research where contextual interrogation precedes any analysis of similarity and difference. It is a thematic process directed and designed to explore relationships of agency rather than institutional or strucural frameworks. See structure and agency and theory of structuration.

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  • Findlay, M. (1999) The Globalisation of Crime: Understanding Transitional Relationships in Context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (ISBN 0511035136)

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