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47 - Life-Course Criminology and Corporate Offending

from Part VII - Management and Organizational Processes

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  07 May 2021

Benjamin van Rooij
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School of Law, University of Amsterdam
D. Daniel Sokol
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University of Florida
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Abstract: Developmental and life-course criminology has evolved into a key perspective from which to understand individual offending. In this chapter we explore the benefits and pitfalls of applying a life-course perspective to corporate crime. We do so by systematically reviewing the cornerstones of current developmental and life-course criminology, consecutively addressing the criminal career paradigm, developmental criminology, life-course sociology and life history narratives. For each of these subfields of research we address both core theoretical assumptions and empirical findings, and explore how these would apply to corporate offending.

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Save book to Google Drive

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