marxist view of crime

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1. what is the definition of: offences committed by large companies or by individual on behalf of large companies, which directly profit the company rather then individuals

  • cries in capitalism
  • dominate ideology
  • corporate crime
  • hegemony
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2. who argues that heath and safety laws perform an ideological function

  • Marx
  • Chambliss
  • Pearce
  • Gordon

3. what is the definition of: a set of ideas which justifies the social advantages of wealthy, powerful and influential groups in society and justifies the disadvantages of those who lack wealth, power, and influence

  • dominate ideology
  • corporate crime
  • capitalism
  • cries in capitalism

4. What is the definition of: an economic system in which investment in and ownership of the means of production, distribution and exchange of wealth is made and maintained chiefly by private individuals or corporations aim to make profits

  • dominate ideology
  • capitalism
  • crises in capitalism
  • corporate crime

5. what is the definition of: a wave of public concern about some imaginary threat to society, stirred up by exaggerated and sensationalised reporting in the mass media

  • marginal resistance
  • moral panic
  • crisis of capitalism
  • the new criminology

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