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Understanding white collar crime, Hazel Croall

Label
Understanding white collar crime
Title
Understanding white collar crime
Statement of responsibility
Hazel Croall
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1947-
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Croall, Hazel
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
Crime and justice
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White collar crimes
Label
Understanding white collar crime, Hazel Croall
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [164]-174) and index
Contents
  • Series editor's foreword
  • Acknowledgements
  • 1.
  • Conceptualizing white collar crime.
  • p. 1
  • White collar crime and criminology.
  • p. 2
  • What is white collar crime?.
  • p. 6
  • Are white collar crimes distinct from other crimes?.
  • p. 8
  • Varieties of white collar crime.
  • p. 11
  • Is white collar crime, crime?.
  • p. 13
  • Researching white collar crime.
  • p. 14
  • Concluding comments.
  • p. 17
  • Further reading.
  • p. 18
  • 2.
  • Exposing white collar crime.
  • p. 20
  • 'Counting' the uncountable: quantifying white collar crime.
  • p. 21
  • Patterns of white collar crime.
  • p. 24
  • Theft at work.
  • p. 25
  • Fraud.
  • p. 26
  • Fraud in the public sector.
  • p. 27
  • Fraud in the NHS.
  • p. 28
  • 'Euro frauds'.
  • p. 28
  • Tax fraud.
  • p. 29
  • Pensions 'misselling'.
  • p. 30
  • Corruption.
  • p. 31
  • Corruption in local authorities.
  • p. 32
  • Public sector corruption.
  • p. 32
  • Political corruption.
  • p. 33
  • Corruption in commercial organizations.
  • p. 33
  • Employment offences.
  • p. 34
  • Occupational health and safety.
  • p. 35
  • Consumer offences.
  • p. 36
  • Car safety.
  • p. 37
  • 'Cowboy' builders.
  • p. 37
  • Pricing offences.
  • p. 37
  • Marketing malpractice.
  • p. 38
  • Deceptive packaging.
  • p. 38
  • Counterfeit goods.
  • p. 38
  • Food offences.
  • p. 39
  • Food frauds.
  • p. 39
  • Food labelling offences.
  • p. 40
  • Food poisoning.
  • p. 40
  • Environmental crime.
  • p. 40
  • Waste dumping.
  • p. 41
  • Pollution.
  • p. 41
  • Concluding comments.
  • p. 42
  • Further reading.
  • p. 43
  • 3.
  • White collar offenders.
  • p. 45
  • Representations of the white collar offender.
  • p. 47
  • Crimes of the powerless and powerful? Social status and respectability.
  • p. 49
  • Elite offenders.
  • p. 50
  • Crimes of the middle classes.
  • p. 51
  • Crimes of white collar workers.
  • p. 51
  • corporate offenders.
  • p. 52
  • 'Petty bourgeois' and small business offenders.
  • p. 52
  • 'Entrepreneurs and mavericks'.
  • p. 53
  • 'Rogue' and 'cowboy' businesses.
  • p. 53
  • Crimes of white, middle-class older men? Gender, age, race and white collar crime.
  • p. 54
  • Gender.
  • p. 54
  • Age.
  • p. 56
  • Race.
  • p. 57
  • Class bias and law enforcement? Accounting for the distribution of offenders.
  • p. 57
  • Concluding comments.
  • p. 60
  • Further reading.
  • p. 61
  • 4.
  • White collar crime and victimization.
  • p. 62
  • Constructing white collar victimization.
  • p. 63
  • Exposing the impact of white collar crime.
  • p. 65
  • Direct, individual victimization.
  • p. 65
  • Communities and the quality of life.
  • p. 67
  • Institutional and organizational victimization.
  • p. 67
  • National and global impact.
  • p. 68
  • Who are the victims of white collar crime? Gender, age, class and victimization.
  • p. 68
  • Victimization and gender.
  • p. 69
  • Gender and physical victimization.
  • p. 69
  • Gender and economic harms.
  • p. 71
  • Age and victimization.
  • p. 72
  • Age and physical victimization.
  • p. 72
  • Age and economic harms.
  • p. 73
  • Socioeconomic status, cultural capital and victimization.
  • p. 74
  • Victim responses to white collar crime.
  • p. 76
  • Concluding comments.
  • p. 78
  • Further reading.
  • p. 78
  • 5.
  • Explaining white collar crime.
  • p. 79
  • General theories of crime.
  • p. 81
  • 'Rotten apples in the barrel': individualizing white collar crime.
  • p. 83
  • 'The buck stops here': criminogenic organizations?.
  • p. 85
  • Organizational pathology.
  • p. 85
  • Criminogenic occupations and organizations.
  • p. 86
  • search for profits.
  • p. 87
  • Organizational cultures.
  • p. 88
  • Individuals and organizations.
  • p. 89
  • Social structure: 'the needy and the greedy'.
  • p. 91
  • Cultural sources of white collar crime.
  • p. 94
  • Is white collar crime endemic to capitalism?.
  • p. 97
  • Concluding comments.
  • p. 100
  • Further reading.
  • p. 101
  • 6.
  • Regulating white collar crime: law and policing.
  • p. 102
  • development of regulation.
  • p. 104
  • White collar law enforcement.
  • p. 108
  • Prosecution as a 'last resort'.
  • p. 108
  • Compliance strategies.
  • p. 109
  • Out of court settlements.
  • p. 109
  • Cost-effectiveness.
  • p. 110
  • Who is prosecuted?.
  • p. 110
  • Issues in regulatory enforcement.
  • p. 112
  • Criminalization, regulation and self-regulation.
  • p. 117
  • Concluding comments.
  • p. 119
  • Further reading.
  • p. 121
  • 7.
  • Regulating white collar crime: punishment.
  • p. 122
  • White collar sentences: slaps on the wrist?.
  • p. 123
  • Understanding sentencing.
  • p. 126
  • seriousness of offences.
  • p. 129
  • Characteristics of offenders.
  • p. 129
  • Class, status and sentencing.
  • p. 131
  • White collar crime and punishment.
  • p. 132
  • Deterring white collar crime.
  • p. 133
  • 'Just deserts' for white collar offenders.
  • p. 134
  • Rehabilitating white collar offenders.
  • p. 134
  • Incapacitating white collar offenders.
  • p. 135
  • 'Shaming' white collar offenders.
  • p. 135
  • Alternative approaches to sentencing white collar offenders.
  • p. 136
  • Monetary penalties.
  • p. 136
  • Community sentences for white collar offenders?.
  • p. 138
  • Shaming strategies.
  • p. 139
  • Incapacitation.
  • p. 139
  • Concluding comments.
  • p. 140
  • Further reading.
  • p. 142
  • 8.
  • White collar crime and criminology.
  • p. 143
  • concept of white collar crime.
  • p. 144
  • One law for the rich? Class, power and the role of criminal law.
  • p. 149
  • .
  • Criminology and white collar crime.
  • p. 152
  • .
  • Glossary.
  • p. 160
  • .
  • References.
  • p. 164
  • .
  • Index.
  • p. 175
Control code
l80000050174
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
x, 180 p
Isbn
9780335204281
Lccn
lc00050174
Label
Understanding white collar crime, Hazel Croall
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [164]-174) and index
Contents
  • Series editor's foreword
  • Acknowledgements
  • 1.
  • Conceptualizing white collar crime.
  • p. 1
  • White collar crime and criminology.
  • p. 2
  • What is white collar crime?.
  • p. 6
  • Are white collar crimes distinct from other crimes?.
  • p. 8
  • Varieties of white collar crime.
  • p. 11
  • Is white collar crime, crime?.
  • p. 13
  • Researching white collar crime.
  • p. 14
  • Concluding comments.
  • p. 17
  • Further reading.
  • p. 18
  • 2.
  • Exposing white collar crime.
  • p. 20
  • 'Counting' the uncountable: quantifying white collar crime.
  • p. 21
  • Patterns of white collar crime.
  • p. 24
  • Theft at work.
  • p. 25
  • Fraud.
  • p. 26
  • Fraud in the public sector.
  • p. 27
  • Fraud in the NHS.
  • p. 28
  • 'Euro frauds'.
  • p. 28
  • Tax fraud.
  • p. 29
  • Pensions 'misselling'.
  • p. 30
  • Corruption.
  • p. 31
  • Corruption in local authorities.
  • p. 32
  • Public sector corruption.
  • p. 32
  • Political corruption.
  • p. 33
  • Corruption in commercial organizations.
  • p. 33
  • Employment offences.
  • p. 34
  • Occupational health and safety.
  • p. 35
  • Consumer offences.
  • p. 36
  • Car safety.
  • p. 37
  • 'Cowboy' builders.
  • p. 37
  • Pricing offences.
  • p. 37
  • Marketing malpractice.
  • p. 38
  • Deceptive packaging.
  • p. 38
  • Counterfeit goods.
  • p. 38
  • Food offences.
  • p. 39
  • Food frauds.
  • p. 39
  • Food labelling offences.
  • p. 40
  • Food poisoning.
  • p. 40
  • Environmental crime.
  • p. 40
  • Waste dumping.
  • p. 41
  • Pollution.
  • p. 41
  • Concluding comments.
  • p. 42
  • Further reading.
  • p. 43
  • 3.
  • White collar offenders.
  • p. 45
  • Representations of the white collar offender.
  • p. 47
  • Crimes of the powerless and powerful? Social status and respectability.
  • p. 49
  • Elite offenders.
  • p. 50
  • Crimes of the middle classes.
  • p. 51
  • Crimes of white collar workers.
  • p. 51
  • corporate offenders.
  • p. 52
  • 'Petty bourgeois' and small business offenders.
  • p. 52
  • 'Entrepreneurs and mavericks'.
  • p. 53
  • 'Rogue' and 'cowboy' businesses.
  • p. 53
  • Crimes of white, middle-class older men? Gender, age, race and white collar crime.
  • p. 54
  • Gender.
  • p. 54
  • Age.
  • p. 56
  • Race.
  • p. 57
  • Class bias and law enforcement? Accounting for the distribution of offenders.
  • p. 57
  • Concluding comments.
  • p. 60
  • Further reading.
  • p. 61
  • 4.
  • White collar crime and victimization.
  • p. 62
  • Constructing white collar victimization.
  • p. 63
  • Exposing the impact of white collar crime.
  • p. 65
  • Direct, individual victimization.
  • p. 65
  • Communities and the quality of life.
  • p. 67
  • Institutional and organizational victimization.
  • p. 67
  • National and global impact.
  • p. 68
  • Who are the victims of white collar crime? Gender, age, class and victimization.
  • p. 68
  • Victimization and gender.
  • p. 69
  • Gender and physical victimization.
  • p. 69
  • Gender and economic harms.
  • p. 71
  • Age and victimization.
  • p. 72
  • Age and physical victimization.
  • p. 72
  • Age and economic harms.
  • p. 73
  • Socioeconomic status, cultural capital and victimization.
  • p. 74
  • Victim responses to white collar crime.
  • p. 76
  • Concluding comments.
  • p. 78
  • Further reading.
  • p. 78
  • 5.
  • Explaining white collar crime.
  • p. 79
  • General theories of crime.
  • p. 81
  • 'Rotten apples in the barrel': individualizing white collar crime.
  • p. 83
  • 'The buck stops here': criminogenic organizations?.
  • p. 85
  • Organizational pathology.
  • p. 85
  • Criminogenic occupations and organizations.
  • p. 86
  • search for profits.
  • p. 87
  • Organizational cultures.
  • p. 88
  • Individuals and organizations.
  • p. 89
  • Social structure: 'the needy and the greedy'.
  • p. 91
  • Cultural sources of white collar crime.
  • p. 94
  • Is white collar crime endemic to capitalism?.
  • p. 97
  • Concluding comments.
  • p. 100
  • Further reading.
  • p. 101
  • 6.
  • Regulating white collar crime: law and policing.
  • p. 102
  • development of regulation.
  • p. 104
  • White collar law enforcement.
  • p. 108
  • Prosecution as a 'last resort'.
  • p. 108
  • Compliance strategies.
  • p. 109
  • Out of court settlements.
  • p. 109
  • Cost-effectiveness.
  • p. 110
  • Who is prosecuted?.
  • p. 110
  • Issues in regulatory enforcement.
  • p. 112
  • Criminalization, regulation and self-regulation.
  • p. 117
  • Concluding comments.
  • p. 119
  • Further reading.
  • p. 121
  • 7.
  • Regulating white collar crime: punishment.
  • p. 122
  • White collar sentences: slaps on the wrist?.
  • p. 123
  • Understanding sentencing.
  • p. 126
  • seriousness of offences.
  • p. 129
  • Characteristics of offenders.
  • p. 129
  • Class, status and sentencing.
  • p. 131
  • White collar crime and punishment.
  • p. 132
  • Deterring white collar crime.
  • p. 133
  • 'Just deserts' for white collar offenders.
  • p. 134
  • Rehabilitating white collar offenders.
  • p. 134
  • Incapacitating white collar offenders.
  • p. 135
  • 'Shaming' white collar offenders.
  • p. 135
  • Alternative approaches to sentencing white collar offenders.
  • p. 136
  • Monetary penalties.
  • p. 136
  • Community sentences for white collar offenders?.
  • p. 138
  • Shaming strategies.
  • p. 139
  • Incapacitation.
  • p. 139
  • Concluding comments.
  • p. 140
  • Further reading.
  • p. 142
  • 8.
  • White collar crime and criminology.
  • p. 143
  • concept of white collar crime.
  • p. 144
  • One law for the rich? Class, power and the role of criminal law.
  • p. 149
  • .
  • Criminology and white collar crime.
  • p. 152
  • .
  • Glossary.
  • p. 160
  • .
  • References.
  • p. 164
  • .
  • Index.
  • p. 175
Control code
l80000050174
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
x, 180 p
Isbn
9780335204281
Lccn
lc00050174

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