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  1. Jun 18,  · Accordingly, while instrumental crime is motivated by the desire to “make a living,” expressive crime is motivated by the will to “make a statement.” Examples of instrumental crime include robbery, stealing, and fraud, while suicide terrorism, illegal political protests, or the spraying of graffiti constitute examples of expressive crime.
  2. Nov 19,  · An instrumental crime, on the other hand, is committed by a person who uses them as a stepping stone to goods or services they can't get on their own. For example, a person may commit a robbery, or a burglary, or sell drugs to get money to buy themselves a big house, or a fancy car, etc., that other people would get through their own efforts.
  3. May 11,  · Crime does not pay, so the old saying goes, but take a look at the top ten crimes in the world today and the amounts involved and you have to admit why some decide it is far too lucrative to be bad. There are some illegal activities you will not find surprising, such as the drug trade, which takes top billing. There are also some that will surpirse you, such as illegal fishing which robs.

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