ABSTRACT

This title was first publishde in 2001. Occupational crime is found in the whole range of occupations and at all levels. Despite the fact that activities are widespread and well known, the area is blurred by contradictory perceptions, denials and arguments over definition. This volume presents influential essays on the topic.

part Part I|167 pages

Theories, Motives and Meanings

chapter 2|19 pages

Crime at Work: The Social Construction of Amateur Property Theft 1

ByStuart Henry, Gerald Mars

chapter 3|7 pages

Employee deviance

ByGerald Mars

chapter 4|16 pages

Employee Theft as Social Control*

ByJames Tucker

chapter 5|17 pages

Garment Workers: Perceptions of Inequity and Employee Theft

ByEdward W. Sieh

chapter 8|24 pages

The Interlocking of Official and Unofficial Reward

ByMelville Dalton

chapter 9|17 pages

The Political Economy of Informal Economies

Annals, AAPSS, 493, September 1987
ByStuart Henry

part Part II|177 pages

Cases and Comparative Contexts

chapter 10|16 pages

Quota Restriction and Goldbricking in a Machine Shop

ByDonald Roy

chapter 11|20 pages

Dock Pilferage

A case study in occupational theft
ByGerald Mars

chapter Chap. VIII|37 pages

On River Plunder

ByP. Colquhoun

chapter 13|12 pages

A Historical Document of Ramesside Age

ByT. Eric Peet

chapter 14|30 pages

Deviance in the fast-food restaurant: correlates of employee theft, altruism, and counterproductivity

ByRichard C. Hollinger, Karen B. Slora, William Terris

chapter 16|1 pages

Why you may be dissatisfied with garage servicing

ByGerald Mars

chapter 17|17 pages

The Second Economy of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe

Annals, AAPSS, 493, September 1987
BySteven L. Sampson

chapter 18|15 pages

The Cultural Bases of Soviet Georgia’s Second Economy

Soviet Studies, vol. XXXV, no. 4, October 1983, pp. 546–560
ByGerald Mars, Yochanan Altman’

part Part III|64 pages

Managerial Responses

chapter 19|4 pages

A Little Larceny Can Do a Lot For Employee Morale

ByGerald Mars

chapter 20|24 pages

Integrity Testing for Personnel Selection: An Overview

ByJohn W. Jones, William Terms

chapter 21|7 pages

How to Measure Employee Reliability

ByJoyce Hogan, Robert Hogan