Home
Elsevier Science
Information for Contributors
Past Issues
Editor
           

 

Research in the Sociology of Work,

Volume 8:  Deviance in the Workplace, 1999

Guest Editors

IDA HARPER SIMPSON

Department of Sociology
Duke University

and

RICHARD L. SIMPSON

Department of Sociology
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION, Ida Harper Simpson and Richard L. Simpson

WORKER DEVIANCE AS SOCIAL CONTROL, James Tucker

DEFINING DEVIANCE UPWARD: THE SHRIMPERS' CONFLICT OVER TEDS REGULATIONS, A.V. Margavio and Shirley Laska

DEVIANCE AND CONFORMITY IN THE WORK OF COMPANY DOCTORS, Elaine Draper

DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS AND CALIFORNIA: SAVINGS AND LOAN FRAUD IN TWO STATES, Kitty Calavita

A MULTI-LAYERED SOCIETY IN CONTEMPORARY RUSSIA: CRIMINALS AND OLIGARCHIES AS ITS MAJOR ACTORS, Vladimir Shlapentokh

STRUCTURE AND CONTROL: `DEVIANCE' IN POLICE ORGANIZATIONS, Peter K. Manning
EXTERNALIZATION AND INTERNALIZATION AS FRAMES FOR UNDERSTANDING WORKPLACE DEVIANCE: THE MANAGEMENT OF ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE, Paul M. Roman and Terry C. Blum
MEASURING EVERYTHING THAT MOVES: THE NEW SURVEILLANCE AT WORK, Gary T. Marx
CONTROLLING WORKPLACE DEVIANCE: STATE REGULATION OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY, Bridget M. Hutter
DISCLOSING MISCONDUCT IN WORK ORGANIZATIONS: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF THE SITUATIONAL FACTORS THAT FOSTER WHISTLEBLOWING, Joyce Rothschild and Terance D. Miethe