pt.I. Overview 1. Corporate and governmental deviance: origins, patterns, and reactions / M. David Ermann, Richard J. Lundman pt.II. Scholarly foundations 2. Criminaloid: an early sociologist examines deviance by powerful people and their organizations / Edward Alsworth Ross 3. White collar crime: formulating the concept and prividing corporate crime baseline data / Edwin H. Sutherland 4. Corporate crime: clarifying the concept and extending the data / Marshall B. Clinard, Peter C. Yeager 5. Organizational actors and the irrelevance of persons / James S. Coleman pt.III. Patterns 6. Heavy electrical equipment antitrust cases: price-fixing techniques and rationalizations / Gilbert Geis 7. Beer and circus: big-time college sports and the crippling of undergraduate education / Murray Sperber 8. Why should my conscience bother me? Hiding aircraft brake hazards / Kermit Vandivier 9. Nazi holocaust: using bureaucracies and overcoming psychological barriers to genocide / Raul Hilberg 10. Apartheid torturer: evil shows its banal face / Suzanne Daley 11. My Lai massacre: crime of obedience and sanctioned massacres / Herbert C. Kelman, V. Lee Hamilton pt.IV. Reactions 12. Ten whistleblowers: what they did and how they fared / Myron Peretz Glazer 13. Los Angeles police department rampart division scandal: exposing police misconduct and responding to it / Rampart Independent Review Panel 14. Chained factory fire exits: media coverage of a corporate crime that killed 25 workers / John P. Wright, Francis T. Cullen, Michael B. Blankenship 15. Pinto madness: flaws in the generally accepted landmark narrative / Matthew T. Lee, M. David Ermann 16. Challenger space shuttle disaster: conventional wisdom and a revisionist account / Diane Vaughan.
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