TYPES - 2. No loss of status among peers, in fact status...

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TYPES Opportunistic/Occasional Situational Inducement Neutralize stigma Younger Professional Lifestyle-crime integrated into EDL Learning: career structure Group/Subculture: 1. Shover-"The Good Burglar"--competence, integrity, specialization, $ success, avoid detection-element of esteem 2. Variety of statuses-hierarchy, thief-fence-legit. Code of Honor Wit/Cunning/Stealth vs. force Highly motivated and proud-no neutralize Small number, but impact high Sutherland--like white collar : 1. Widespread activity, yet little official recognition
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Unformatted text preview: 2. No loss of status among peers, in fact status increases with continued success 3. Repeat offending: CJS little effect WHY PREVALENT?--Problem of Community Urban industrial society: Impersonality Anomie Theory 1. Emphasis on money and buying power 2. Blockage 3. De-emphasis on legitimate means Not poverty per se, but Relative Deprivation: Affluence and Poverty Alienation Propinquity: Routine Activity...
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course SCIE SYG2000 taught by Professor Bernhardt during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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