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    Bridgewater State University
  Jan 22, 2018
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CRJU 334 - White Collar Crime

(3 credits) Cross Listed with SOCI 334
Prerequisite: SOCI 102 and SOCI 300; or CRJU 201; or consent of instructor
Broadening the definition of crime, this course will study the behavioral systems involved in the commission of white collar crimes in complex structures, such as government bureaucracies, multi-national corporations and underground systems. The modern institutional factors – political and social – permitting or restricting the commission of such crimes will be investigated. Specifically, the performance of the criminal justice system will be examined. Offered spring semester.