6 edition of White-Collar Crime and Criminal Careers (Cambridge Studies in Criminology) found in the catalog.
February 26, 2001
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
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David Weisburd and Elin Waring offer here the first detailed examination of the criminal careers of people convicted of white-collar crimes. Weisburd and. Proportionately few white-collar criminals may see or approach crime as an occupation, and even among these persistent criminals there probably are not the formalized career lines and well-defined career progression markers that are common in legitimate employment (Luckenbill and Best, ).
Synopsis Studies of the criminal career to date have focused on common criminals and street crime; criminologists have overlooked the careers of white-collar offenders.
David Weisburd and Elin Waring offer here the first detailed examination of the criminal careers of people convicted of white-collar crimes. White-collar crime has for the most part been treated as a deviant case, invoked primarily to provide a contrast to the common crimes and street criminals that continue to dominate research and theory about crime.
In this book, we seek to return the white-collar crime category to the mainstream of criminological thought. Our speciﬁc focus is on 2 WHITE-COLLAR CRIME AND CRIMINAL CAREERS.
The criminal career paradigm has become an increasingly important perspective in the study of street crimes, but it has generated little interest Cited by: Specifically, in the Yale data, there were eight types of white-collar offenses: antitrust, bribery, false claims, embezzlement, mail and wire fraud, securities violations, tax violations, and.
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Criminologists have turned their attention to the origins and paths of the criminal career for what this approach reveals about the causes, manifestations, and prevention of crime.
Studies of the criminal career to date have focused on common criminals and street crime; criminologists have overlooked the careers of white-collar offenders.
/Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice / May Piquero, Benson / PUNCTUATED SITUATIONAL OFFENDINGARTICLE White-Collar Crime and Criminal Careers. White-Collar Crime and Criminal Careers This book centers both on description of the criminal careers of white-collar offenders and on the implications that the study of white-collar criminal careers has for understanding criminality more generally.
The fact that white-collar criminals, like common. This article reviews the current state of developmental theories as they apply to life course offending patterns, summarizes what is known about the intersection of white-collar crime and criminal careers, and suggests ways in which the current theoretical understandings of crime over the life course can be modified to account for white-collar Cited by: White-collar crime and criminal careers.
[David Weisburd; Elin J Waring] -- "Criminologists have turned their attention to the origins and paths of the criminal career for what this approach reveals about the causes, manifestations, and prevention of crime.
Description Studies of the criminal career to date have focused on common criminals and street crime; criminologists have overlooked the careers of white-collar offenders. David Weisburd and Elin Waring offer here the first detailed examination of the /5(5).
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Introduction and Overview of White-Collar Crime 3. crimes. First, white-collar crimes are committed during the course of one’s job. Second, the offender’s occupational role plays a central. feature in the perpetration of the crime. Third, the offender’s occu-pation is viewed as a legitimate occupation by society (e.g., a drug.
The current study looked at the criminal careers of almost 1, offenders convicted of white collar crimes in U.S. District Courts. Eight Federal offenses were examined: antitrust offenses, securities fraud, mail and wire fraud, false claims and statements, credit. White-collar crimes include fraud, embezzlement and identify theft, and the objective of a white-collar crime is to profit financially.
The criminals who commit these crimes do not mug people or.Professor Weisburd was part of the Yale White Collar Crime project, from which his book Crimes of the Middle Classes was developed.
Professor Weisburd has also co-authored White Collar Crime and /5(2). Yet within a few years of the book’s publication, three of those 50 were convicted of white-collar crimes and headed to prison, and three more faced tens of millions of dollars in fines for Author: Eugene Soltes.