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Corporate and Governmental Deviance, Fifth Edition, is a reader intended for use in courses on corporate crime in departments of sociology and criminology. This edition has been updated with several new readings, including an article on the recently uncovered government experiments with radiation.
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M. David Ermann is at University of Delaware. Richard J. Lundman is at Ohio State University.Review:
"This is a well-written text; it is comprhensive and west beyond what is available in other texts."--Charlie E. Chukwudolue, Northern Kentucky University
"Excellent selections; a good mix of both classic and cutting edge."--Tony Carnes, The King's College
"A very good examination of organizational deviance."--Kimberly A. Vogt, University of Wisconsin--La Crosse
"Excellent collection of readings."--Robin Lorentzen, Albertson College
"An excellent supplemental text for courses in Deviant Behavior or Criminology."--Elizabeth Larsen, Chatham College
"Rather than choosing between government and business, as do many books in the field, this collection of essays shows that both are at fault when they become big and abuse that big-ness."--Robert Langran, Villanova University
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Book Description Oxford University Press, 1978. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0195023242
Book Description Oxford University Press, 1978. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0195023242