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For example, Bookman (2008) avoids the organizational dimension by defining white-collar crime as an illegal act committed by nonphysical means and by concealment, to obtain money or property, to avoid payment or loss of money or property, or to obtain business or personal advantage. The organizational dimension requires that white-collar crime is committed in a setting of legal and organized work, where people relate to each other in a professional environment. , 2014). Ahrne and Brunsson (2011) argue that organizational characteristics include membership, hierarchy, monitor, and sanctions.
31 Conclusion ............................................................................................................ 33 References.............................................................................................................. 33 Introduction Criminals apply techniques in order to make them feel as though they have not done any wrong. These techniques represent neutralization techniques, whereby the feeling of guilt decreases and possibly disappears (Gottschalk, 2016). In convenience theory, a supporting theory in the behavioral dimension of crime is neutralization theory.