white collar Crime
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(Define white collar crime and corporate crime; explain why these types of crimes may not be as noticed or punished as other types of crime.
, Demonstrate how treatment within the criminal justice system varies according to one’s race, gender, and class.
and Discuss the social construction of deviance, including how definitions of deviant behavior vary over time and in terms of who is engaging in the behavior.
(many types of crime exist in today society, each with their own cost to society and the people within it. There are six major types of crimes in today society such as, personal crimes such as robbery and assault being the most common types with high prosecution rates, then there is hate crimes consisting of assaults based off of either race, sex, religion, ect which seem to be growing in frequency in coming years with slower prosecution rates however next there is property crimes which is simply theft of property having the greatest frequency of occurrences. then there is organized crime being any crime commuted with a structured group though it is hard to tell the frequency of these crimes and prosecution of them do to the interact hierarchy devised in them. next there is personal crime such as gambling or prostitution where only one person is victimized. last there is white collar crime, in which people of higher social status commit their crimes in the context of their business. it is this particular type of crime that i would like to focus on today.
and Distinguish types of crime (e.g. personal, property, hate, victimless, corporate, and organized) and describe them in terms of cost to society, incidence and rate of prosecution; explain how crime statistics are gathered and the limits of their accuracy.
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and Department of Justice ( 6/15/16) Eleventh Circuit Affirms All Convictions For Former WellCare Executives. Retrieved September 21, 2016, from https://www.justice.gov/usao-mdfl/pr/eleventh-circuit-affirms-all-convictions-former-wellcare-executives
) and Conclusion