Criminology of corruption: theoretical approaches

Introduction -- Studying corruption : an interdisciplinary problem -- The extent of corruption -- Explaining corruption : differential association -- Explaining corruption : experiencing strain in the "modern" world -- Explaining corruption : drifting in and out of corruption and technique...

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Main Author: Brooks, Graham
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: Basingstoke Palgrave Macmillan 2016
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Summary:Introduction -- Studying corruption : an interdisciplinary problem -- The extent of corruption -- Explaining corruption : differential association -- Explaining corruption : experiencing strain in the "modern" world -- Explaining corruption : drifting in and out of corruption and techniques of neutralization -- Explaining corruption : why don't we all commit acts of corruption? -- Explaining corruption : as inevitable in a "system" of conflict? -- Explaining corruption : the power to label organizations, institutions and individuals as corrupt -- Explaining corruption : a rational, calculated choice? -- Explaining corruption : a routine "business" activity? -- Reflections and conclusion
Physical Description:VI, 235 Seiten 21 cm
ISBN:9781137517234