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SOCI 3810- Corporate Crime

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Department
Sociology
Course
SOCI 3810
Professor
Carmela Murdocca
Semester
Winter

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thMonday February 6 2012CORPORATE CRIMEIn this weeks readings corporate crime is examined By the book definition it means whitecollar crimes of omission or commission by an individual or group of individuals in a legitimate formal organizationwhich have a serious physical or economic impact on employees consumers or the general publicThere has been a major surge in the incidence of corporate crime and these have negatively affected large numbers of lives as well as the ecological system The mass public sees so few cases of corporate crime because of historical influences that causes its invisibility During the 1980s and the 1990s the state was dominated by neoliberal economic doctrines and corporat
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