Marxism and subcultural marxism

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Brake
Saw youth's response as 'magical' in that it was an illusion that appeared to solve their problems but in reality the problems of capitalism remained
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Bonger
Capitalism is based on greed, selfishness and exploitation therefore crime is inevitable
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Pearce
Argues that society ignores the dark side of the huge amount of corporate and white collar crime that exists
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Chambliss
Illegal activities of the rich are frequently ignored as they are protected by laws. Policing focuses on working class crime and areas
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Hall
Suggests the upper class and police have an agenda e.g. lower class are far more likely to be stopped and searched
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Sutherland
Found that large corporate firms are rarely prosecuted for corrupt crimes because most people are unaware if they are victims of this crime
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Snider
Governments are often reluctant to pass laws that threaten the profits of large companies
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Neo-Marxism
Influenced by traditional Marxism but combined with labelling approach
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Taylor
Crime viewed as people fighting back against the injustice of capitalism
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Capitalism is based on greed, selfishness and exploitation therefore crime is inevitable

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Bonger

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Argues that society ignores the dark side of the huge amount of corporate and white collar crime that exists

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Illegal activities of the rich are frequently ignored as they are protected by laws. Policing focuses on working class crime and areas

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Suggests the upper class and police have an agenda e.g. lower class are far more likely to be stopped and searched

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