This paper explores recent efforts to theorize the potential of law as an agency for progressive social change in the context of the debate over corporate crime. Drawing on feminist experience with criminal law reform in the area of domestic violence, the author argues that the strategy of criminalizing corporate violations needs to be problematized, and that attention should also be focussed on exploring other avenues for progressive legal and political struggles aimed at the control of corporate crime.

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Persistent URL dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF02627468
Journal The Journal of Human Justice
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Sargent, N. (1990). Law, ideology and social change: An analysis of the role of law in the construction of corporate crime. The Journal of Human Justice, 1(2), 97–116. doi:10.1007/BF02627468