CRM 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Bankruptcy, Edwin Sutherland, Quackery

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22 Jul 2015
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Focused on corporate crime and white collar criminals. How serious is it: much higher cost than street crime. 1997, 57% of companies claimed being cheated by their own employees: u. s. over 20 million serious injuries, over 30, 000 deaths/year (in the workplace, receive light penalties, an international problem. Pornography (underage actors that could be child pornography, depending on the area, crossing international boundaries, could be a different age, committing crime-child pornography) Stalking (can type in name in google and find out things, look on fb, etc. ) Hate crimes (video games where they shoot minority groups) Use of data (identity theft from stores) Corporate culture encourages excessively high goals while tolerant of employee deviance. Corporate climate conducive to crime is the result of poor relations with government. Shame of discovery- provides definitions unfavorable to law-breaking. Internal (whistle-blowing) or external (inspections) (can"t happen with private companies, only public)

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