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  NCJ Number: NCJ 241163     Find in a Library
  Title: Do Women and Men Differ in Their Neutralizations of Corporate Crime?
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  Author(s): Lynne M. Vieraitis ; Nicole Leeper Piquero ; Alex R. Piquero ; Stephen G. Tibbetts ; Michael Blankenship
  Journal: Criminal Justice Review  Volume:37  Issue:4  Dated:December 2012  Pages:478 to 493
  Date Published: 12/2012
  Page Count: 16
  Annotation: This study examined gender differences in the role neutralizations play in corporaate crime decisionmaking.
  Abstract: Neutralization theory has commonly been used to understand the motivations of street offending, and recent studies have examined the use of neutralization techniques by corporate and white-collar offenders to account for their crimes. However, few researchers have explored whether this process is gendered. Using data from master of business administration (MBA) students, this study examines how gender influences intentions to inhibit or promote the sale of Panalba, a hypothetical pharmaceutical drug known to harm people, as well as how gender moderates the relationship between techniques of neutralization and corporate offending decisions. Results show that while there are bivariate gender differences in corporate offending decisions and in some of the techniques of neutralization, there are few gender differences in the effect of techniques of neutralization on corporate offending decisions. Directions for future research are highlighted. Abstract published by arrangement with Sage Journals.
  Main Term(s): Criminology
  Index Term(s): White collar crime ; Motivation ; Corporate crimes ; Neutralization theory ; Male female offender comparisons ; White collar offenders ; Gender
  Type: Research (Applied/Empirical)
  Country: United States of America
  Language: English
   
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