Whistleblowers: Broken Lives And Organizational Power

Whistleblowers: Broken Lives And Organizational Power

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From interviews and support groups for whistleblowers, Alford (government, U. of Maryland) learned that such support is sorely needed because society does not truly value ethical resisters. From a broad perspective encompassing Holocaust rescuer motives and a view of organizations as pitted against moral individualists, he discusses themes in whistleblowers' narratives, their ethics and implications for ethical theory, a political theory of sacrifice, and problems of confidentiality. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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