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In 4-5 sentences each, reply to the following questions. You may use your textbook and notes; if you use outside sources, make sure you identify them as such. This final exam covers chapters 10-14 of your textbook.

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QUESTION 1

  1. Discuss the ways in which environmental crimes can be a form of white-collar crime.— Font family –Andale MonoArialArial BlackBook AntiquaComic Sans MSCourier NewGeorgiaHelveticaImpactSymbolTahomaTerminalTimes New RomanTrebuchet MSVerdanaWebdingsWingdings– Font size –1 (8pt)2 (10pt)3 (12pt)4 (14pt)5 (18pt)6 (24pt)7 (36pt)– Format –HeadingSub Heading 1Sub Heading 2ParagraphFormatted Code– Font family —- Font size —Path: pWords:0

10 points  

QUESTION 2

  1. Explain the three cultural factors that lead to white-collar crime according to the cultural theory.— Font family –Andale MonoArialArial BlackBook AntiquaComic Sans MSCourier NewGeorgiaHelveticaImpactSymbolTahomaTerminalTimes New RomanTrebuchet MSVerdanaWebdingsWingdings– Font size –1 (8pt)2 (10pt)3 (12pt)4 (14pt)5 (18pt)6 (24pt)7 (36pt)– Format –HeadingSub Heading 1Sub Heading 2ParagraphFormatted Code– Font family —- Font size —Path: pWords:0

10 points  

QUESTION 3

  1. Defend or argue the deterrence theory of white-collar crime.— Font family –Andale MonoArialArial BlackBook AntiquaComic Sans MSCourier NewGeorgiaHelveticaImpactSymbolTahomaTerminalTimes New RomanTrebuchet MSVerdanaWebdingsWingdings– Font size –1 (8pt)2 (10pt)3 (12pt)4 (14pt)5 (18pt)6 (24pt)7 (36pt)– Format –HeadingSub Heading 1Sub Heading 2ParagraphFormatted Code– Font family —- Font size —Path: pWords:0

10 points  

QUESTION 4

  1. Compare and contrast the classical strain theory with one of the other two types of the strain theory. — Font family –Andale MonoArialArial BlackBook AntiquaComic Sans MSCourier NewGeorgiaHelveticaImpactSymbolTahomaTerminalTimes New RomanTrebuchet MSVerdanaWebdingsWingdings– Font size –1 (8pt)2 (10pt)3 (12pt)4 (14pt)5 (18pt)6 (24pt)7 (36pt)– Format –HeadingSub Heading 1Sub Heading 2ParagraphFormatted Code– Font family —- Font size —Path: pWords:0

10 points  

QUESTION 5

  1. Discuss the pros, cons, and potential ethical issues regarding the use of undercover investigations in white-collar crime.— Font family –Andale MonoArialArial BlackBook AntiquaComic Sans MSCourier NewGeorgiaHelveticaImpactSymbolTahomaTerminalTimes New RomanTrebuchet MSVerdanaWebdingsWingdings– Font size –1 (8pt)2 (10pt)3 (12pt)4 (14pt)5 (18pt)6 (24pt)7 (36pt)– Format –HeadingSub Heading 1Sub Heading 2ParagraphFormatted Code– Font family —- Font size —Path: pWords:0

10 points  

QUESTION 6

  1. Summarize four of the six main problems encountered by enforcement officials when addressing white-collar crime.— Font family –Andale MonoArialArial BlackBook AntiquaComic Sans MSCourier NewGeorgiaHelveticaImpactSymbolTahomaTerminalTimes New RomanTrebuchet MSVerdanaWebdingsWingdings– Font size –1 (8pt)2 (10pt)3 (12pt)4 (14pt)5 (18pt)6 (24pt)7 (36pt)– Format –HeadingSub Heading 1Sub Heading 2ParagraphFormatted Code– Font family —- Font size —Path: pWords:0

10 points  

QUESTION 7

  1. Choose a self-policing strategy and write a persuasive argument for its use versus a governmental policing strategy.— Font family –Andale MonoArialArial BlackBook AntiquaComic Sans MSCourier NewGeorgiaHelveticaImpactSymbolTahomaTerminalTimes New RomanTrebuchet MSVerdanaWebdingsWingdings– Font size –1 (8pt)2 (10pt)3 (12pt)4 (14pt)5 (18pt)6 (24pt)7 (36pt)– Format –HeadingSub Heading 1Sub Heading 2ParagraphFormatted Code– Font family —- Font size —Path: pWords:0

10 points  

QUESTION 8

  1. Compare an administrative white-collar crime proceeding versus a criminal white-collar crime proceeding.— Font family –Andale MonoArialArial BlackBook AntiquaComic Sans MSCourier NewGeorgiaHelveticaImpactSymbolTahomaTerminalTimes New RomanTrebuchet MSVerdanaWebdingsWingdings– Font size –1 (8pt)2 (10pt)3 (12pt)4 (14pt)5 (18pt)6 (24pt)7 (36pt)– Format –HeadingSub Heading 1Sub Heading 2ParagraphFormatted Code– Font family —- Font size —Path: pWords:0

10 points  

QUESTION 9

  1. Describe some of the reasons researchers believe judges treat white-collar offenders more leniently than traditional offenders. Then argue whether or not you believe white-collar offenders are punished more leniently than traditional offenders are. Provide evidence to support your argument. — Font family –Andale MonoArialArial BlackBook AntiquaComic Sans MSCourier NewGeorgiaHelveticaImpactSymbolTahomaTerminalTimes New RomanTrebuchet MSVerdanaWebdingsWingdings– Font size –1 (8pt)2 (10pt)3 (12pt)4 (14pt)5 (18pt)6 (24pt)7 (36pt)– Format –HeadingSub Heading 1Sub Heading 2ParagraphFormatted Code– Font family —- Font size —Path: pWords:0

10 points  

QUESTION 10

  1. Why are white-collar criminals more difficult to hold accountable in the criminal justice system than traditional criminals?— Font family –Andale MonoArialArial BlackBook AntiquaComic Sans MSCourier NewGeorgiaHelveticaImpactSymbolTahomaTerminalTimes New RomanTrebuchet MSVerdanaWebdingsWingdings– Font size –1 (8pt)2 (10pt)3 (12pt)4 (14pt)5 (18pt)6 (24pt)7 (36pt)– Format –HeadingSub Heading 1Sub Heading 2ParagraphFormatted Code– Font family —- Font size —Path: pWords:0

10 points  

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