Conflict/Radical/Marxist Theory

Chapter 8 (Conflict/Radical/Marxist Theory)

Points Possible: 20

Deliverable Length: 3-4 pages

Due Sunday, March 27 by 11:55pm

Answer any two questions (10 points each):

1.  Discuss the work of W. E. B. Dubois as contributing to conflict criminology, especially the Philadelphia research study. Why do you think DuBois has been large ignored by mainstream criminologists?

2.Marxist thought focuses on class conflict in capitalism as contributing to criminal labels in society. What are the two main classes in conflict according to Marx, and how does the criminal law favor one group over the other in the justice system?

3.  Explain how Sutherland’s (1940) concept of white collar crime is “a forerunner of current conflict theory” according to the text. How does the concept of radical criminology (Reiman and Headlee) further highlight white collar crime as abuse of power?

Chapter 8 (Conflict/Radical/Marxist Theory)

Points Possible: 20

Deliverable Length: 3-4 pages

Due Sunday, March 27 by 11:55pm

Answer any two questions (10 points each):

1.  Discuss the work of W. E. B. Dubois as contributing to conflict criminology, especially the Philadelphia research study. Why do you think DuBois has been large ignored by mainstream criminologists?

2.Marxist thought focuses on class conflict in capitalism as contributing to criminal labels in society. What are the two main classes in conflict according to Marx, and how does the criminal law favor one group over the other in the justice system?

3.  Explain how Sutherland’s (1940) concept of white collar crime is “a forerunner of current conflict theory” according to the text. How does the concept of radical criminology (Reiman and Headlee) further highlight white collar crime as abuse of power?

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