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Arlie Russell Hochschild, Smile Wars, Mother Jones, Dec. 1983, 36. Michael D. Crino and Terry L. Leap, What HR Managers Must Know About Employee Sabotage, Personnel, vol. 66 no.5 (May 1989), 32. MBTA Absenteeism Hits a 9-Year High, Boston Globe, 5. Apr. 1989, 24. Walker C. Smith, Sabotage: Its History, Philosophy and Function (Chicago: Black Swan Press, 1913), 16. Michael Karol, The Lows of Being High, Graphic Arts Monthly, Sept. 1990, 103.

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Robert Giacalone, Employee Sabotage: The Enemy Within, Supervisory Management, vol. 35 no. 7 (July 1990), 7. Walker C. Smith, Sabotage: Its History, Philosophy and Function (Chicago: Black Swan Press, 1913), 6.

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Michael D. Crino and Terry L. Leap, What HR Managers Must Know About Employee Sabotage, Personnel, vol. 66 no.5 (May 1989), 35. Peter H. Lewis, When the Password is a Passkey, New York Times, 27 Sept. 1987, sec. 3 p. 12. Research Reviews, brochure, Muzak Limited Partnership, 1989. Peter J. Ognibene, Computer Saboteurs, Science Digest, July 1984, 61. Michael D. Crino and Terry L. Leap, What HR Managers Must Know About Employee Sabotage, Personnel, vol. 66 no.5 (May 1989), 32.

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Ron A. DiBattista, Designing a Program to Manage the Risk of Sabotage, Supervision, vol. 50 no. 10 (Oct. 1989), 7.

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Michael D. Crino and Terry L. Leap, What HR Managers Must Know About Employee Sabotage, Personnel, vol. 66 no.5 (May 1989), 32.

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John Case wird zitiert in: Employee Theft Saps Many Firms, LA Times, 7 Sep. 1990, sec. D, p. 3.

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Jack Horn, Supervisor's Factomatic (Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1986), 167. Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, Sabotage (Chicago: 1916), 5.

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Walker C. Smith, Sabotage: Its History, Philosophy and Function (Chicago: Black Swan Press, 1913), 15.

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Herbert Applesbaum, Work in Market and Industrial Society (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1984), 77. Roberta Goldberg, Organizing Women Office Workers (New York: Praeger Publishers, 1983), 91. Robert Hall International, Inc., Memorandum, 20 July 1988.

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Harry Bacas, To Stop A Thief, Nation's Business, June 1987, 17. Jack Horn, Supervisor's Factomatic (Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1986), 128.

Kapitel 11: Pair Sentenced in Air Force Thefts, LA Times, 28 Jan. 1990, A 17. Gerald Mars, Cheats at Work: An Anthropology of Workplace Crime (Boston: George Allen and Unwain, 1982), 87.

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Studs Terkel, Working (New York: Pantheon, 1974), 59

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Heron, Alexander Richard, Why Men Work (New York: Arno Press, 1977). Robert A. Giacalone and Stephen B. Knouse, Justifying Wrongful Employee Behavior: The Role of Personality in Organizational Sabotage, Journal of Business Ethics, vol. 9 no. 1 (Jan. 1990), 60. Ernest Brod, In the Layoff Era, the 'Get Even' Ethic, New York Times, 26 Jan. 1992, 13.


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Walker C. Smith, Sabotage: Its History, Philosophy and Function (Chicago: Black Swan Press, 1913), 24.

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Jack Horn, Supervisor's Factomatic (Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1986), 128.

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Workers Out-Stealing Shoplifters, San Francisco Chronicle, 24 Nov. 1990, A15. Richard C. Hollinger & John P. Clark, Theft by Employees (Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1983), 60-61. Mark Lipman and W.R. McGraw, Employee Theft: A $40 Billion Industry, American Journal of Political and Social Science, July 1988, 55. Some Customers Are Always Wrong, New York Times Magazine, 10 June 1990, 56.

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Polly Lane, Wires Cut on 737 at Renton Plant; Boing Investigates as Sabotage, Seattle Times, 3 Apr. 1990, A1. Geoff Brown, Sabotage: A Study in Industrial Conflict (Nottingham: Spokesman Press, 1977), 376. Henry Ford zitiert in: Al Nash, Job Satisfaction: A Critique, in Auto Work and Its Discontents, ed. B.J. Widick (Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 1976), 67. Richard Greene, Money for Nothing, Forbes, 25 Jan. 1988, 48

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Harper's Index, Harper's, May 1991, 17. Peter B. Barr and Philip W. Balsmeier, Losing Dough in Bakeries, Security Management, vol.32 no.3 (Mar. 1988), 88. Craig Wolff, Ice Creme Crime, Reader's Digest, June 1991, 4.

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Bill Johns, Supervision in a Production Environment, in Supervisory Handbook, ed. Martin M. Broadwell (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1985), 47. Sam Howe Verhovek, Suspected Grinch at F.A.O. Schwartz, New York Times, 17 Dec. 1985, B3.

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Jack Horn, Supervisor's Factomatic (Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1986), 149. Seth Rosenfeld, Trickle of Treasure Missing from Mint, San Francisco Chronicle/Examiner, 27 Apr. 1986, A1.

Kapitel 22:Darrel K. Mills, Career Issues for Probation Officers, Federal Probation, Sept. 1990, 3. Richard A. Cloward and Frances Fox Piven, Radical Social Work, in Radical Social Work, eds. Roy Bailey and Mike Brake (New York: Pantheon Books, 1975), XXVII.

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Elmo J. Miller and Jerome W. Blood, eds., Modern Maintenance Management (New York: American Management Association, Inc., 1963), 5.

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Jim Powell, Risk, Ruin and Riches (New York: MacMillan Publishing Co., 1986), 27. Richard Germann, Working and Liking It (New York: Ballantine Books, 1984), 13.

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Sydney Shaw, New Rule Would Crack Down on Federal Phone Abuse, UPI, 27 March 1887. Peter J. Ognibene, Computer Saboteurs, Science Digest, July 1984, 60. Harvey J. McGeorge II and Christine C. Ketcham, Sabotage: A Strategic Tool for Guerilla Forces, World Affairs, vol. 146 (Winter 1983-84), 253.

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