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2016 02:13
Anticorruptology is advocated to curb corruption. As corruption changes its nature from time to time, it couldn’t be controlled in spite of various measures that were taken. Thus, as per the demand of time, anticorruptology evolved to keep corruption under control. Therefore, the nature and scope of corruption and anticorruptology seem somehow similar. So their nature and scope is comparatively studied.
Nature
Corruption Anticorruptology
  • It is a product of human character.
  • It is the right path to human character
  • It is a social disease.
  • It promotes social dignity.
  • It is transferable.
  • It can control the transferable nature of corruption
  • It is thought as a means to earn property illegally.
  • It raises the awareness that corruption should not be indulged as a means to earn property.
  • It is thought as a faster occupation of collecting property.
  • It must not be regarded as an occupation.
  • It encourages a person to commit an illegal act.
  • It discourages to do such illegal act.
  • Its nature is imitative. So corrupt culture is developed.
  • It ends the corrupt culture and enforces the corruption-free culture.
Justice and Law Sector
  • It loses the wisdom that differentiates legal and illegal act.
  • It establishes human wisdom that can construct good deed.
  • It diverts judicial spirit.
  • It protects judicial spirit.
  • It misinterprets laws in judicial sector.
  • It creates favorable environment to interpret the laws.
  • It commits injustice by misuse of policy and law. It bewilders judicial mind.
  • It enforces justice.
  • It commits misdeed by misinterpreting law and order
  • It teaches to properly implement law and order.
State and political Sector
  • It attempts to capture the state power forcefully.
  • It creates a just situation to hold state power.
  • It creates principle-less political group.
  • It supports to establish political party with ideal principle.
  • It begets immoral and irresponsible political leaders and cadres.
  • It helps to create moral and responsible political leaders and cadres.
  • It hampers the systematic approach of election.
  • It develops the systematic approach of election.
  • It hinders the development of ideal political system.
  • It supports to develop ideal political system.
Administrative Sector
  • It makes the bureaucrats irresponsible.
  • It makes the bureaucrats responsible and accountable.
  • It makes the responsible officials corrupt.
  • It creates a favorable environment for officials to work honestly.
  • It may make the civil servants anti-national.
  • It helps to make the civil servants more loyal to the nation.
  • It transforms the feeling of service into exploitation.
  • It creates favorable environment for clients to get prompt service.
  • Bureaucracy can totally be perverted.
  • Bureaucracy can be more effective efficient and people friendly.
Economic Sector
  • It neglects the economic discipline.
  • It helps to keep economic discipline.
  • It distorts the legal system of accountancy.
  • It establishes legal system of accountancy.
  • It degrades the revenue collection system.
  • It supports fully the revenue collection.
  • It misutilizes the state coffers.
  • It promotes the state coffers.
  • It makes the economic condition of society and state feeble.
  • It makes the economic condition of society and state strong.
  • It makes both the country and society bankrupt.
  • It helps the country and people to make them economically prosperous.
Social Sector
  • It devastates the social custom and culture.
  • It protects and promotes social harmony, custom and culture.
  • It creates social discrimination.
  • It nullifies the social discrimination.
  • It may change racial identity and culture.
  • It protects racial identity and culture.
  • It creates violence and conflict in society.
  • It promotes peace and harmony in society.
  • It may invite civil war in the country.
  • It never allows a situation of civil war.
Education Sector
  • It makes the intellectuals depraved.
  • It makes intellectuals responsible and alert towards nation.
  • It destroys fundamental education system leading to private schools gain commercial benefit.
  • It helps to implement good education system.
  • It creates discrimination between private and public school.
  • It maintains consistency of education system in all schools.
  • It commercializes the education policy.
  • It invokes compulsory education system.
  • It creates the problem of brain drain.
  • It employs the educated manpower within the country.
Health Sector
  • It commercializes the health sector.
  • It helps the health sector to be service-oriented.
  • It starts to trade the human organs.
  • It protects the human organs by thinking that they are not to be traded.
  • It may harm human life in the name of sexual health.
  • It systematizes the sexual health.
  • It transacts duplicate medicines.
  • It never produces such type of duplicate medicines. It tries to control such activity.
  • It exploits people severely in the name of health education.
  • There is no exploitation in educational sector.
Nation and Nationalism Sector
  • It may unscrupulously sell the natural resources to another country.
  • It protects and promotes natural resources.
  • It provokes anti-national and anti-social activity through the non-governmental organizations.
  • It utilizes the non-governmental organizations for the interest of the nation and people.
  • It can distort the traditional politics and culture.
  • It can uplift traditional customs and values.
  • It may divided the nation and nationalism itself.
  • It protects nation and nationalism.
 
Criminal Activity Sector
  • It causes crimes to rise in different sector of the society.
  • It minimizes the crimes.
  • It creates various crimes in financial sector.
  • It minimizes financial crimes.
  • It promotes political crimes for attaining state power.
  • It reduces political crimes.
  • It causes crimes that may destroy the state itself.
  • It actively functions for national integrity.
 
The threats of corruption and preventive, curative measures of those threats through anticorruptology were discussed in short. Corruption can harm the state and society. But the danger and harms created by corruption, can be minimized and state and people are protected by anticorruptology.
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