Corruption will create social class and it is unfair to all the citizens. It also widens the gap between wealthy and poor and it cause further problem. For example, the corrupted people can enjoy a better life but other is still get trouble on how to live a good life. The most dangerous effect of corruption is when judiciary is corrupted. Development, justice and civil society are based on law and justice, but in developing countries corrupted people uses law to justify their illegal behaviors.
The relationship between corruption and democracy is fundamentally understood as the less democracy there is, the more rampart corruption is. Widespread corruption is often viewed as a sign of a poor functioning state, and as a failure of ethical leadership, democracy and overall good principles and
Capitalism and Commodification of Crime The connection between economics and crime activities is multifaceted and complex. Perhaps as a result of this density, there has been thorough coverage of the issue of crime in connection to capitalism which has become elusive to administrative or mainstream criminology, more especially in the United States, regardless of some occasionally high-profile and ostensibly elaborate attempts to address it. The modern market system is capitalism. It has been grafted into almost the entire economic system. The idea behind this modern economic system, capitalism, is that it is not an economic activity’s usefulness-it’s the fulfillment of the actual need of an individual-that is vital, but it’s only its commodification
Probably the two most corruption in the field would be economic and political. Economic corruption is where you sacrifice of the principal's interest for the agent's interest (Vargas-Hernandez). This is where you are making a profit for your personal interest. Political corruption is where an agent abuse their power. Under these categories the forms of corruption is sexual misconduct, professional courtesy, gratuities and grafts.
If you are poor then most likely you cannot run for a major political office because of corruption through money and “traditions”. In the US if someone is wealthy that person is seen as smart and reasonable, and if someone is poor that person is seen as uneducated and unskillful. Lev breaks this social normality. He is supposed to be a nice These social status prejudices are what corrupts our government. Politics are run off of money.
Fitzgerald reveals the idea of corruption in the American Dream through conditions such as wealth and materialism, power and social status, and relationships involving family and affairs. He uses examples of this corruption to show the reader that people are willing to lie, betray others, and commit crime to be able to live a ‘better and fuller’ life. The need for money and materialism throughout The Great Gatsby shows the decay of the American Dream.
Wealthy landowners seemed to completely manage the government through lobbying and bribery. Reform was only accomplished when it was to aid those who would benefit corrupt officials the most (Quiroz 511). Those who were not officials of the government or landowners were vulnerable in a permanent political and social setback of poverty in an unfair system. Established interests in the government system both resisted and averted the efficiency of
Society seems to be somewhat more structured and organized than the past despite the occurring that flash on the news every day. Though, it never seems to grow closer to Utopia, or what we call an ideal society. It seems as if everything rotates around power, wealth, and money. These are the factors that occurs something that hinders the development of countries so much; corruption. Transparency International, a global organization against corruption defines governmental corruption, or also called political corruption, as ‘abuse of entrusted power for private gain which can be divided by the amount of money involved’.
In LEDCs, where there is more poverty and fewer jobs, people are much more vulnerable to recruitment by criminal organisations and the exploitation by these groups. Countries with less economic development and unjust governments will also find it more difficult to fight organised crime due to poorer law enforcement services, poor government legislation, more corruption and poor border controls. In addition, for states going through civil wars or governmental reform, the lack of state control means criminal groups can flourish much more
Power does corrupt and shows people what they really want and who they really are. Conclusion As expressed Nations, empires, governments and kings fall due to the corruption that comes with power. Leaders to use their power to benefit their needs and took advantage of the power, Individuals personality and character changes when in place of power my last argument and reason why power corrupts is wealth and rich people that rise to power is most likely to corrupt then poor people as they feel higher than everyone else. In fact, power corrupts in the hand of good and bad people. Power is dangerous.