Review the film Enron – The Smartest Guys in the Room. Apply the risk analysis theory by identifying the characters in the film that fall into each of the theory categories, that is, the “risk averters,” ” risk neutrals,” and “risk seekers.”
Do the white-collar criminals as portrayed in the film consistently display the personality traits of risk seekers?
Do those who avoid or feel uncomfortable being involved with white collar crimes fall into the two other personality traits, the risk averters and the risk neutral? Draw out of the film as many examples as you are able to find that are relevant to risk analysis theory.
Is the pattern of risk seeking and the personality trait of greed reversible?
What kind of socialization processes produce or prevent the development of this pattern? Give very specific examples of social-psychological variables and other micro-level variables such as family bonding, values and personality traits drawn directly from the film.
Is greed seeking (illustrated by many street crimes such as gambling and substance abuse and addiction) just another form of risk taking?
Text that should be used as source Trusted criminal the text White collar crime reconsidered.
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