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Eds) (2007) International Handbook of White-Collar and Corporate Crime. New York: Springer. Vaughan, D. (1983) Controlling Unlawful Organizational Behavior: Social Structure and Corporate Misconduct. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. Introduction This SAGE ebook is copyright and is supplied by NetLibrary. Unauthorised distribution forbidden. 17 ONE Corporations and Health and Safety Steve Tombs Introduction Corporations affect – or, as this chapter will begin by indicating, infect – every area of our lives.
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The urgency of developing such a wide-ranging explanatory framework has been raised by some commentators on corporate crime in general, who have emphasized the need to incorporate explanatory variables which range from the micro (individual) through to the macro (socio-structural) levels (Coleman, 1987; Punch, 2000; Vaughan, 1992, 1996). In truth, however, as with theory-building in corporate crime research in general (Cressey, 1989), theoretical development here remains at an early stage, although there are now a number of book-length studies which attempt to use some of this range of factors.