The primary objective for theories of white collar crimes is to explain exactly what constitutes a "white collar crime". The theories don't necessarily attempt to explain the causes of the crime, but rather the motivation or reasoning behind committing these crimes. White collar crimes can include a multitude of actions or inactions so I agree that "no single theory fits all white collar crimes" (Friedrichs, p. 220)
QUESTION 1: What are the principal objectives of a theory of white collar crime?
QUESTION 2: Identify and discuss some of the main underlying assumptions for any such theory.
QUESTION 3: What are the different answers to the question of what we want to explain with regard to white collar crime?
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