CJU 330 Criminology Module 10 Comprehension Aignment (2)

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Charles O Agwa 1 CJU 330 Criminology Module 10 Comprehension Assignment 1. Which of the following criminologists is credited with first drawing attention to white- collar crime within the social sciences? A) Edwin Sutherland B) Karl Marx C) Richard Quinney D) Sarbanes Oxley 2. A retail employee overcharges a customer for an item and then pockets the difference. This practice is best identified as: A) Corporate crime B) Organizational crime C) Occupational crime D) Professional crime 3. A company knowingly allows an unsafe product to be sold, because it is anticipated to result in a greater profit than pulling the product from the market. This would qualify as: A) Corporate crime B) Cyber crime C) Occupational crime D) Professional crime 4. Embezzlement classifies as which of the following? A) Corporate crime B) Organizational crime C) Occupational crime D) Professional crime
Charles O Agwa 2 5. Which of the following is true regarding occupational, organizational, and corporate crime in the United States? A) There is ample research on this topic, because researchers are gaining increased access to corporate environments. B) These types of crimes have a high rate of detection and subsequent punishment. C) These types of crimes have a much greater economic impact than street crimes. D) The rates of these crimes are at an all-time high in the United States. 6. Which of the following forbids the formation of monopolies? A) Clayton Act B) Federal Trade Act C) Sarbanes-Oxley Act D) Sherman Anti-trust Act 7. Which of the following is true regarding regulatory agencies in the United States? A) They often use criminal penalties and large fines to regulate corporate crime. B) They often lack sufficient investigative staff. C) They do well at avoiding conflicts of interest. D) They have few sanctions available to them for enforcing regulations. 8. When labor officials and negotiators secretly make a deal with management to the disadvantage of workers, it is known as: A) Ambulance-chasing B) Embezzlement C) Labor fraud D) A sweetheart contract 9. A retail worker steals merchandise at work. This is known as: A) Embezzlement B) Employee pilferage C) "Pump and dump" D) Insider trading
Charles O Agwa 3 10. A person in a position of financial trust transfers money from the corporation into a personal account. This is known as: A) Corporate crime B) Embezzlement C) Pilferage D) "Pump and dump" 11. What is the "big dirty secret"? A) The criminal justice system is soft on white-collar crime. B) Most employees steal from their employers. C) Chase Manhattan Bank did business with the Nazis during the war. D) IBM claims to have lost $1 billion because of French and Japanese espionage. 12. Which of the following refers to a practice in which corporations sell products overseas that have been deemed unsafe in this country? A) Corporate dumping B) Cracking C) "Greasy thumb on the scale" D) "Pump and dump" 13. The belief that government should not interfere in business is referred to as which of the following? A) Caveat emptor B) Laissez faire C) Mala in se D) Mens rea 14. Which of the following refers to the agreement of a corporation to stop violating the regulation for which it has been charged? A) Consent decree
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