Crime and Deviance: Marxists

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Clues

  • Who are the Neo-Marxist/critical criminology writers? (6, 6, 3, 5)
  • Who says, "corporate crime is under-policed and rarely prosecuted"? (7, 3, 5)
  • Who says, "crime is a rational response to capitalism so found in all classes"? (6)
  • Who says, "crimes of the powerful are less likely to be treated as criminal offences and prosecuted"? (6)
  • Who says, "laws to protect private property are the basis of the capitalist economy"? (9)

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