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The Criminology of White-Collar Crime
The focus of this chapter is 'fear of crime' and -within severe data limitations and conceptual controversies -it interrogates the variations in fear of different forms of crime, white-collar and other. It begins by examining the state of 'fear of crime' policy and what we might mean by 'fear' in this sort of arena; goes on to review fears of and concerns about those white-collar crimes that have been researched; and ends with a discussion of their implications for thinking and policy aboutdoi:10.1007/978-0-387-09502-8_5 fatcat:tb7kglfedrgdlo3kkhnlzsawnq