White-Collar Crime: The Essentials / Edition 1 available in Paperback
The thoroughly updated Second Edition of White Collar Crime: The Essentials continues to be a comprehensive, yet concise, resource addressing the most important topics students need to know about white-collar crime. Author Brian K. Payne provides a theoretical framework and context for students that explores such timely topics as crimes by workers, sales-oriented systems, crimes in the health care system, crimes by criminal justice professionals and politicians, crimes in the educational system, crimes in economic and technological systems, corporate crime, environmental crime, and more. This easy to read teaching tool is a valuable resource for any course that covers white-collar crime.
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About the Author
Brian K. Payne received his doctorate in criminology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 1993. He is currently the vice provost for academic affairs at Old Dominion University, where he is tenured in the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, and the chair of the Hampton Roads Cybersecurity Education, Workforce, and Economic Development Alliance. He is a former editor of the American Journal of Criminal Justice, past president of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences and past president of the Southern Criminal Justice Association. Payne is the author or coauthor of more than 160 journal articles and seven books including White-Collar Crime: The Essentials (Sage), Family Violence and Criminal Justice (Elsevier, with Randy Gainey), and Crime and Elder Abuse: An Integrated Perspective (Charles C Thomas). He won the local Pinewood Derby when he was in the fourth grade.
Table of Contents
Chapter I: Introduction and Overview of White-Collar Crime: A Systems Perspective Why Study White-Collar Crime? Researching White-Collar Crime Studying White-Collar Crime From a Scientific Perspective The Student Role in White-Collar Crime Plan for the BookChapter II: Understanding White-Collar Crime: Definitions, Extent, and Consequences White-Collar Crime: An Evolving Concept Modern Conceptualizations of White-Collar Crime Extent of White-Collar Crime Consequences of White-Collar Crime Public Attitudes Toward White-Collar Crime Characteristics of White-Collar OffendersChapter III: Crimes in Sales-Related Occupations: A Systems Perspective Employee Theft in the Retail System Crimes in the Entertainment Services System Fraud in the Sales/Service System Crimes in the Insurance SystemChapter IV: Crimes in the Health Care System Fraud by Doctors Unnecessary Surgery Medication Errors General Offending by Doctors Fraud by Pharmacists Drug Use by Pharmacists Sexual Abuse Elder Abuse by Health Care Workers Home Health Care Fraud Durable Medical Equipment Fraud Medical MalpracticeChapter V: Crime in Systems of Social Control: White-Collar Crime in Criminal Justice, Political, and Religious Systems Crimes in the Criminal Justice System Crimes in the Political System Crimes by Officials in the Religious SystemChapter VI: Crimes in the Educational System Crimes by Professionals in the Educational System Pecuniary-Oriented Offenses Sexual Harassment Disciplining Professors Crimes in the Educational System by StudentsChapter VII: Crime in the Economic System Crime in the Economic System Investment Fraud Ponzi and Pyramid Schemes Patterns Surrounding Investment Fraud Student Loan FraudChapter VIII: Crime in the Cyber System Conceptualizing Crime in the Cyber System Types of Cybercrime Characteristics of Cybercriminals Costs of Cybercrime Responding to CybercrimeChapter IX: Crimes in the Housing System Mortgage Fraud Consequences of Mortgage Fraud Patterns Surrounding Mortgage Fraud Slumlords as White-Collar CriminalsChapter X: Crimes by the Corporate System Conceptualizing Corporate Crime Types of Corporate Crime Dynamics of Corporate Offending Public Concern About Crimes by the Corporate SystemChapter XI: Environmental Crime Conceptualizing Environmental Crime Varieties of Environmental White-Collar Crime The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Problems Addressing Environmental CrimesChapter XII: Explaining White-Collar Crime Culture and White-Collar Crime Deterrence Theory/Rational Choice Theory and White-Collar Crime Strain Theory and White-Collar Crime Learning Theory and White-Collar Crime Neutralizing and Justifying White-Collar Crime Control Theory and White-Collar Crime Self-Control Theory and White-Collar Crime Routine Activities Theory and White-Collar Crime Conflict Theory and White-Collar Crime Explaining Corporate Crime Theories Ignored in the White-Collar Crime Literature Integrated Efforts to Explain White-Collar Crime Systems TheoryChapter XIII: Policing White-Collar Crime Agencies Involved in Responding to White-Collar Crime Law Enforcement Strategies and White-Collar Crime Suggestions for Improving the Law Enforcement Response to White-Collar Crime Self-Policing and White-Collar Crime Regulatory Policing and White-Collar Crime The Global Police and White-Collar CrimeChapter XIV: Judicial Proceedings and White-Collar Crime Types of Judicial Proceedings Responding to White-Collar Misconduct The Role of Judges in Addressing White-Collar Crime The Role of Defense Attorneys in White-Collar Crime Cases Other Actors Involved in White-Collar Judicial Proceedings Civil Lawsuits and White-Collar Crime Issues in White-Collar Judicial Networking and the Judicial ProcessChapter XV: The Corrections Subsystem and White-Collar Crime Sentencing Dynamics and White-Collar Offenders The Prison Experience for White-Collar Offenders The Probation and Parole Experience for White-Collar Offenders Monetary Fines and White-Collar Offenders Alternative Sanctions and White-Collar Offenders Punishing Corporations for White-Collar Crime Reasons for Punishing White-Collar Offenders