Prevention and Fight Annotated Bibliography
This article discusses the effects of . It shows that have far-reaching effects to consumers. For instance, when crimes are committed by political and state officials, consumers are denied access to variety of quality goods. The article gives the effects of white collar crimes in different areas of the economy. For example, the article gives data of cost of white collar crime in health and overall cost of living. Finally, this article explains in detail challenges of political and government officials to adopt new strategies to fight white collar crimes.
Brenner, C. (2009). What exactly is a white collar crime and how are they defended? HG.org. Web.
This article discusses white collar crimes in the perspective of the court. The article starts by defining white collar crime in legal terms. The article further explains how white collar crime can be identified and how it can be represented in court. It also identifies white collar crime as crime committed by professions and individuals in influential positions. This article explains in depth the conspiracy of politicians and state officials in these crimes.
Hochstetler, A. & Shover, N. (2006). . New York: Cambridge University Press.
This book explains why white collar crime is on the growth while blue collar crimes are decreasing. The books make use of rational- choice theory to explain the growth in white collar crimes. It postulate that people choose to commit white collar crimes due to the low risk of being caught and high returns from this crime. The author proposes more severe punishment for those who commit white collar crimes.
Israel, J. (2003). White collar crime: law and practice. New York: Thomson.
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The author relates white collar crimes to legal issues. The book expounds on the long procedure needed in order to prove white collar crime in a court of law. From the book one is able to see the importance of mitigation rather than proving occurrence of the crimes in court.
Johnston, R. (2002). The battle against white-collar crime. BNET. Web.
The author addresses the fight against white collar crimes in the country. From the article, one is able to see the struggle to control white collar crimes in the country. The article give conspiracy between with politicians and some state officials as one of hindrance to success in fighting white collar crimes.
Reid, S. (2003). Crime Criminology. New York: McGraw.
This book gives the nature and trend of crimes in our society. The author addresses the nature of crimes in the past and compares it to nature of crimes in the society today. The author emphasize on the need for change in strategies for fighting crimes as crime change from blue collar crimes to white collar crimes.
Sunderland, R. (1961). White-collar crime. New York: Rinehart and Winston.
The author in this book explains whit collar crime as it was understood in 1950. The book gives a good background to white collar crimes. From this book, the definition of white collar crime according to Sunderland is given.