Understanding Corruption

Journal of Organisational Transformation & Social Change, 2010

Posted: 9 Jun 2016

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Ousanee Sawagvudcharee

Center for Creating Coherent Change and Knowledge

Maurice Yolles

John Moores University - Centre for the Creation of Coherent Change and Knowledge (C4K)

Date Written: October 2, 2010

Abstract

Dealing with corruption is significantly essential for the health of socials, no matter what their political, social or economic nature. These days, people are more sensitive about the fight against corruption as they concern about their communities, societies, economics, businesses, environments, and countries. This is because numbers of corruptions have been increasing as well as amounts of corrupted money also have increased. This includes techniques of corruption have gotten more complicated than unexpected. Therefore, a generic theory of corruption is explored and social dimensions of activity can all contribute to processes of corruption when a complexity of ideological/ethical interconnections becomes pathological. Illustration of the issues that are involved is provided by brief examinations of the Thai Police, the Ratchadaphesek Road case, and the Thailand Reformation of State Railway.

Keywords: Corruption, knowledge cybernetics, ideology, ethics, pathologies

Suggested Citation

Sawagvudcharee, Ousanee and Yolles, Maurice, Understanding Corruption (October 2, 2010). Journal of Organisational Transformation & Social Change, 2010, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2791951

Ousanee Sawagvudcharee (Contact Author)

Center for Creating Coherent Change and Knowledge ( email )

Liverpool John Moores University
Liverpool, Liverpool
United Kingdom

Maurice Yolles

John Moores University - Centre for the Creation of Coherent Change and Knowledge (C4K) ( email )

Liverpool John Moores University
Liverpool
United Kingdom

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