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Neuroscience, Moral Cognition and the Psychology of Bribery Philip M. Nichols, Diana C. Robertson ... These, of course, are only some of the possible lines of inquiry into the ways that people think about bribery.

Author: Philip M. Nichols

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108509305

Category: Business & Economics

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Bribery is perhaps the most visible and most frequently studied form of corruption. Very little research, however, examines the individual decision to offer or accept a bribe, or how understanding that decision can help to effectively control bribery. This book brings together research by scholars from a variety of disciplines studying the mind and morality, who use their research to explain how and why decisions regarding participation in bribery are made. It first examines bribery from the perspective of brain structure, then approaches the decision to engage in bribery from a cognitive perspective. It examines the psychological costs imposed on a person who engages in bribery, and studies societal and organizational norms and their impact on bribery. This is an ideal read for scholars and other interested persons studying business ethics, bribery and corruption, corruption control, and the applications of neuroscience in a business environment.
2017-09-07 By Philip M. Nichols

Prevailing sensibilities do shape what people think and believe. No doubt some in public life believed one must be for criminals or for victims, that harsh policies can reduce crime, and that harsh policies did reduce crime.

Author: Michael H. Tonry

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780195304909

Category: Law

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In this wide-ranging analysis, Michael Tonry argues that those responsible for crafting America's criminal justice policy have lost their way in a forest of good intentions, political cynicism, and public anxieties. American crime control politics over time have created a punishment system no one would knowingly have chosen yet one that no one seems able to change. Prevailing sensibilities rather than timeless truths govern the American war on crime, resulting in policies both wasteful and harsh. U.S. crime trends closely resemble those of other nations, yet American policies, shaped by different sensibilities, are much more punitive. Seamlessly blending history with an easy presentation of day-to-day realities and empirical evidence, Tonry proposes tangible, specific solutions that can serve as a platform for criminal justice reform. We know how to create an effective and humane criminal justice system. Now we must have the courage to do so, by abandoning the current status quo, which is both costly and cruel in favor of practices that will move America closer to the mainstream of contemporary Western values.

Criminology THINKING ABOt "What do you think about crime? W ever the answer is, if you take the ever necessary to read through these ele chapters, you probably won't think same way. What little we know at crime Wilson has assembled here ...

Author: James Q. Wilson

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ISBN: NWU:35556018038547

Category: Crime

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1977 By James Q. Wilson

I think , if any bribery was committed , certainly , if any bribery was committed on an extensive scale , there would have been some evidence to be found of it , and I can only come to the conclusion that they were prudent , and that ...

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons

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ISBN: OXFORD:555101032

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The answer may, at least in part, lie in popular and criminological legacies of how we think about 'criminals' and 'criminal populations'. These legacies assumed that social deviants in general, and criminals in particular, ...

Author: Webster, Colin

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 9780335204779

Category: Social Science

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This book critically introduces debates and controvercies about race, crime and criminal justice to and undergraduate and post graduate social science audience
2007-07-01 By Webster, Colin

But you think there was bribery in 1868 ? -Yes , I think there was very little doubt about it . 13,113 . We hear there was a great discrepancy between the returned account to the returning officer and the money actually expended ?

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044106501802

Category: Bills, Legislative

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Genthis form of bribery , because by a con- tlemen opposite , by quoting Mr. Mill , ditional promise you make it the interest and by taking the moral objection to the of every voter to whom such a promise Ballot , seem to think so too .

Author: Great Britain. Parliament

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ISBN: UCLA:31158009858415

Category: Great Britain

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If so , I think bribery was not fit to be a magistrate , he it is the duty of the Government to state , thought that the hon . Member would have for the guidance of the House , their opinion done better if he had dealt with the case on ...

Author: Great Britain. Parliament

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ISBN: PRNC:32101038094650

Category: Great Britain

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Let us hope that things to the poor , the “ nursing ” of a constituency , are they are not all of the same way of thinking on the question forms of bribery more subtle perhaps than the brutal money as their learned brother just quoted ...

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-I do not think , as I have cases afterwards there is no difficulty in appealing said , that there are any advantages in ... in its wisdom , has thought bribery by myseli or by my agents , without tell- proper to impose in that case ” ?

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons

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ISBN: OXFORD:555101212

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