Phenomenological Approach of Robbery with Special Overview in the Basic Court in Gjilan- Brach in Vitia during the Period 2013-2017

AuthorAlbana Aliu
PositionMaster of Criminal Law, University of Pristina 'Hasan Prishtina', Republic of Kosovo
Pages45-56
JURIDICA
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Albana Aliu1
Abstract: For the purpose of describing, studying, analyzing the features of the manifestation of
crime or phenomenology that is otherwise known as a study of external s ymptoms affecting internal
events related t o robbery, we will look through reviewing and analyzing the volume, the dynamics
and structure of this type of criminality, the time, the place and the means of committing robbery.
Then also the study and analysis of robbery if they are carried out through their cooperation and
union, as well as s ome important features of the perpetrator, social features such as the age of t he
perpetrator, the sex of the perpetrator, the profession, the level of education, recidivism and so on and
in this way it will be easier for us to understand these phenomenological factors.
Keywords: volume; dynamics; objective factors; subjective factors; personal traits
Introduction
In the criminal offense of robbery, as a kind of offense t hat violates the intangible
asset/property and the material possessions of the person who is subject to property
damage, to see the volume, dynamics and other factors of the spr ead of this type of
criminality, the data that reflect the offenses of this kind envisaged in the final
decisions, given that in cases of robbery is always decided by a verdict rather than
by a ruling. This makes it possible for us to obtain a more a ccurate picture of the
spread of criminality or the spread of robbery.
1 Master of Criminal Law, University of Pristina “Hasan Prishtina”, Republic of Kosovo, Address:
str. Agim Ramadani, 10000, Pristina, Republic of Kosovo, Corresponding author:
albana.02@live.com.
AUDJ, Vol. 16, No. 1/2020, pp. 45-56
Phenomenological Approach of Robbery
with Special Overview in the Basic Court in
Gjilan- Branch in Vitia during the Period
2013-2017

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