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Journal:   JOURNAL OF POLICE GEOGRAPHY   FALL 2014 , Volume 2 , Number 7; Page(s) 55 To 85.
 
Paper: 

DETERMINING AFFECTING FACTORS ON COEDS SMUGGLING ACROSS BORDERS, BORDER MANAGEMENT OF IRAN AS A FIRST STRATEGY

 
 
Author(s):  JANPARVAR MOHSEN*, GHASRI MOHAMMAD
 
* FERDOWSI UNIVERSITY OF MASHHAD
 
Abstract: 

The globalization process has increased developmental relationship between countries and influences of political borders. This order has influenced in various ways the political borders between countries and borders area and has provided developmental trade exchange between countries and other players in the form of logical exchange and non logical exchange like good smuggling between countries. Among them, Islamic Republic of Iran according to having long borders from good smuggling having had challenges and insecurity in economic, politic, culture and .... So, identity and determining affecting factors on goods smuggling is one of the first management and control step of Iran's borders that this article want to answer by descriptive-analytic way that which factors affecting good smuggling in Iran's borders? Sources that have use for gathering data to answer this question by library study and questionnaire have shaped and for analysis the data of questionnaire have used SPSS and T -test. Results of this study showed that affecting factors in goods smuggling across Iran's borders include geographical factors (border length, natural geography of border and ... ), economic factors (spatial inequality, unemployment and ... ), social and cultural factors (public culture, increasing utilization culture and ... ), political factors (number of neighbors, the rate of sovereignty of neighbors in their territory and ... ). Recognition of these affecting factors on good smuggling is the first movement step for management and control Iran's borders.

 
Keyword(s): BORDERS, THE BORDERS OF IRAN, SMUGGLING, GOODS SMUGGLING, STRATEGY
 
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