marxist view of crime

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1. 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
  • cries in capitalism
  • corporate crime
  • capitalism
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2. Who agues that capitalism causes consumer greed, and produces relative deprivation

  • Pearce
  • Snider
  • Chambliss
  • Marx

3. Marxists argued that law and law enforcement reflects the dominant ideology and only benefits the capitalist class. Who used the example of laws protecting private property

  • Gordon
  • Chambliss
  • Snider
  • Pearce

4. what is the definition of: chemical company responsible of the Bhopal gas explosion in India in 84

  • Shell
  • Total
  • Union carbide
  • BP

5. what is the definition of an approach to studding crime which mergers Marxism with capitalism to produce a fully sociological theory

  • New criminology
  • New Marxism
  • Interpretivism


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