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Why honest people shoplift or commit other acts of theft

assessment and treatment of "atypical theft offenders" : an educational resource for professionals

by Will Cupchik

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Published by W. Cupchik in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shoplifting -- Psychological aspects.,
  • Shoplifting -- Prevention.,
  • Stealing -- Psychological aspects.,
  • Stealing -- Prevention.,
  • Behavior modification.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 351) and index.

    StatementWill Cupchik.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV6652 .C86 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 356 p. ;
    Number of Pages356
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL766936M
    ISBN 101896342027, 1896342078
    LC Control Number97165190
    OCLC/WorldCa36341921

    Shoplifting is the theft of goods from an open retail establishment, typically by concealing a store item on one's person, in pockets, under clothes, or in a bag, and leaving the store without paying. With clothing, shoplifters may put on items from the store and leave the store wearing the clothes. The terms "shoplifting" and "shoplifter" are not usually defined in law. Why Honest People Steal Virgil W. Peterson Follow this and additional works at: Part of theCriminal Law Commons,Criminology Commons, and theCriminology and Criminal Justice Commons This Article is brought to you for free and open access by Northwestern University School of Law Scholarly Commons.

      Lee "WHY USUALLY HONEST PEOPLE STEAL: Understanding, Treating And Stopping Nonsensical Shoplifting And Other Bizarre Theft Behavior" por Will Cupchik PhD disponible en Rakuten Kobo. For over 39 years, psychologist Dr. Will Cupchik has investigated the atypical theft behavior of usually honest, gener. Why Honest People Shoplift or Commit Other Acts of Theft: Assessment and Treatment of 'Atypical Theft Offenders' - A Comprehensive Resource for Professionals and Laypersons Will 2/5(3).

    Budden, Michael Craig (), Preventing Shoplifting Without Being Sued, Westport, CT: Quorum Books, ISBN Cupchik, Will (), Why Honest People Shoplift or Commit Other Acts Of Theft, Toronto: W. Cupchik, ISBN Shoplifting (also known as retail theft, or shrinkage within the retail industry) is theft of goods from a retail establishment by an ostensible patron. It is one of the most common crime s for police and court s. Fact|date=July Most shoplifters are amateurs; however, there are people and groups who make their living from shoplifting, and they tend to be more skilled.


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Thank you for your : Inc. In most cases we do not need to search very long to find likely motives for acts of theft. In the majority of cases, undoubtedly, monetary and/or material gain is the main reason for these thefts.

In a substantial minority of cases, however, the motive is not very clear at all. Author Name Cupchik, Will.

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Will Cupchik, pages, including 33 composite cases, ten tables, two new questionnaires ***** BOOK REVIEWS for the Original Print Edition From the Criminal Lawyers Association Newletter: "Dr/5(3). Will Cupchik's Books On Theft. WHY HONEST PEOPLE SHOPLIFT OR COMMIT OTHER ACTS OF THEFT.

Assessment and Treatment of Atypical Theft Offenders. Click Here to buy. WHY USUALLY HONEST PEOPLE STEAL. Understanding, Treating And Stopping Nonsensical Shoplifting And Other Bizarre Theft Behavior. Why Honest People Shoplift or Commit Other Acts of Theft: Assessment and Treatment of 'Atypical Theft Offenders' Book Psychologist Cupchik is a leading authority on honest and well-functioning adults who compulsively shoplift and/or shop.

Cupchik Ph.D., Will. Why Honest People Shoplift Or Commit Other Acts Of Theft. Canada: Tagami Communications. Curran, Debora A. "Characteristics of the Elderly Shoplifter and the Effects of Sanctions on Recidivism." In Elderly Criminals, edited by William Wilbanks and Paul K.

Kim, pp. New York, NY: University Press. As the senior clinical investigator in the field (see my website, and as the author of the book, WHY HONEST PEOPLE SHOPLIFT OR COMMIT OTHER ACTS OF THEFT: REVISED EDITION (available from ; go to BARNES AND NOBLE WHPS), I will attempt to reply to selected postings as time permits, and where it may be.

He has written two books describing his clinical investigations and findings in regard to the atypical theft behavior of usually honest adults; Why Honest People Shoplift Or Commit Other Acts Of Theft (Revised Ed., ) and his latest book, Why Usually Honest People Steal ().

In his most recent book he articulated his findings regarding the likely contributing factor of prescribed antidepressants in precipitating seemingly bizarre. Get this from a library. Why honest people shoplift or commit other acts of theft: assessment and treatment of 'atypical theft offenders': an educational resource for professionals.

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The Drug or Alcohol Addict: This type of shoplifter engages in shoplifting behavior to support their addictive habit (and as. So, in many ways, the activity becomes an addition, and this is why this can lead to shoplifting addiction. Kleptomania. While some people shoplift in order to fill some sort of emotional void, those with kleptomania are urged to steal for no reason.

These individuals often take. Cupchik, Will (), [Expression error: Missing operand for > Why Honest People Shoplift or Commit Other Acts Of Theft], Toronto: W.

Cupchik, ISBN Christman, John H. (), [Expression error: Missing operand for > Shoplifting: Managing the Problem], Alexandria, VA: ASIS International, ISBN Dr. Will Cupchik provides details on various kinds of theft, including kleptomania and compulsive shoplifting.

Including 4 free chapters of his book, FAQs, tests and questionnaires and other resources. For the Ryder Trial, a Hollywood Script. who runs what he calls the Atypical Theft Offender Program and has written a book titled ''Why Honest People Shoplift or Commit Other Acts of Theft.

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out of 5 stars 3. Kindle Edition. $ Cluttered Lives, Empty Souls: Compulsive Stealing, Spending, and /5(11).Will Cupchik, Ph.D., author of Why Honest People Shoplift or Commit Other Acts of Theft, knows his does Retail Forward, Inc., the global retail market research and consulting firm.

Their separate studies indicate a sharp rise in shoplifting activity, beginning this past holiday season and extending throughout this : Bill Zalud.titled book "Why Honest People Steal." I appreciate his insights and explanations into why many people shoplift or steal who we'd least expect.

I do wonder why he writes nothing about aftercare for his patients and spends only two pages (Page ) refuting that any of his patients had been.