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  1. Trust in Organizations: Frontiers of Theory and Research

    Trust in Organizations: Frontiers of Theory and Research

    Roderick Kramer & Tom Tyler

    SAGE Publications, Inc. (1996)

    Trust plays a central role in organizational life. It facilitates exchanges among individuals, enhances cooperation and coordination, and contributes to more effective relationships. This volume brings together a cross-disciplinary group of contributors to present some of the latest, ...

    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781452243610

  2. Couple Counselling: A Practical Guide

    Couple Counselling: A Practical Guide

    Martin Payne

    SAGE Publications Ltd (2010)

    Couple Counselling outlines the essential principles and practices of couple counselling. Demystifying this form of therapy, the author provides a step-by-step guide from the first meeting through to subsequent sessions. The book includes a wealth of supporting features including case...

    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781446251553

  3. Cressey, Donald (1919–1987)

    Cressey, Donald (1919–1987)

    Lawrence M. Salinger, Ph.D.

    Found in: Encyclopedia of White-Collar & Corporate Crime

    DONALD CRESSEY is perhaps known most for his seminal work on organized crime, Theft of the Nation: Structure and Operation of Organized Crime in America (1969), based on his consultancy to the President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice duri...

    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781412914260.n128

  4. Ch. 12: “Beyond Distrust: “Getting Even” and the Need for Revenge”

    Ch. 12: “Beyond Distrust: “Getting Even” and the Need for Revenge”

    Roderick Kramer & Tom Tyler

    Found in: Trust in Organizations: Frontiers of Theory and Research

    Beyond distrust: “Getting even” and the need for revenge Beloved, do not avenge yourselves, for it is written: “Vengeance is mine; I will repay, says the Lord. “ Consider the following examples: 1. A boss takes credit for a subordinate's ideas,...
  5. Cressey, Donald R.: Embezzlement and White-Collar Crime

    Cressey, Donald R.: Embezzlement and White-Collar Crime

    Francis T. Cullen & Pamela Wilcox

    Found in: Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory

    Particularly notable among Donald R. Cressey's major contributions to many aspects of the criminological realm was his role in revising Edwin H. Sutherland's landmark textbook Criminology published in 1924 through the 5th to the 10th edition following Sutherland's deat...

    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781412959193.n62

  6. Forgiveness

    Forgiveness

    Harry T. Reis & Susan Sprecher

    Found in: Encyclopedia of Human Relationships

    Forgiveness is a response to being wronged that entails a change of heart in which anger, resentment, or indignation gives way to an attitude of goodwill toward the wrongdoer. Married persons view the capacity to seek and grant forgiveness as one of the most significant fa...

    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781412958479.n224

  7. Employee Crimes

    Employee Crimes

    Lawrence M. Salinger, Ph.D.

    Found in: Encyclopedia of White-Collar & Corporate Crime

    IN THE FIELD OF CRIMINOLOGY, the term employee crime, commonly referred to as occupational crime, is generally agreed to be a subtype of white-collar crime. Beginning with the coining of the term white-collar crime by Edwin H. Sutherland, the broader concept of white-colla...

    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781412914260.n156

  8. Coercion and Treatment

    Coercion and Treatment

    Gary L. Fisher & Nancy A. Roget

    Found in: Encyclopedia of Substance Abuse Prevention, Treatment, & Recovery

    Studies have shown that there is a strong association between drug use and crime. Drug use is directly related to crime in that it is a crime to use, possess, and manufacture illegal drugs. Drugs are also related to crime through the effects they have on the user's behavio...
  9. Ch. 13: “Organizational Responses to Crisis: The Centrality of Trust”

    Ch. 13: “Organizational Responses to Crisis: The Centrality of Trust”

    Roderick Kramer & Tom Tyler

    Found in: Trust in Organizations: Frontiers of Theory and Research

    Organizational responses to crisis: The centrality of trust Within this division, there is a real problem with the lower-level people not trusting the people at the top, because the people feel that the management doesn't tell them the truth, doesn't level with th...
  10. Ch. 7: “Developing and Maintaining Trust in Work Relationships”

    Ch. 7: “Developing and Maintaining Trust in Work Relationships”

    Roderick Kramer & Tom Tyler

    Found in: Trust in Organizations: Frontiers of Theory and Research

    Developing and maintaining trust in work relationships The past decade has seen dramatic changes in the modern organization. New organizational linkages, strategic alliances, partnerships, and joint ventures are being formed to achieve and maintain competitive advanta...
  11. Ch. 12: “Infidelity”

    Ch. 12: “Infidelity”

    Martin Payne

    Found in: Couple Counselling: A Practical Guide

    Infidelity In this chapter, I define infidelity, one of the most frequent issues brought to couple counselling and one of the most distressing. I discuss how the counsellor might acknowledge the pain and confusion felt by the ‘betrayed’ partner, yet maintain a non-judge...
  12. Embezzlement

    Embezzlement

    Lawrence M. Salinger, Ph.D.

    Found in: Encyclopedia of White-Collar & Corporate Crime

    EMBEZZLEMENT IS A wide-ranging offense that involves the misappropriation or destruction of money or property with which a person has been entrusted. Virtually any property, including animals and trade secrets, can be embezzled. Its etymological origin has been traced to t...

    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781412914260.n155

  13. Trust

    Trust

    George R. Goethals, Georgia J. Sorenson & James MacGregor Burns

    Found in: Encyclopedia of Leadership

    The Federalist Papers , the classic series of essays explaining and defending the proposed United States Constitution, was authored by Alexander Hamilton (1755–1804), James Madison (1751–1836), and John Jay (1745–1829). In “Federalist Paper 64,” Jay pres...

    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781412952392.n359

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