This work on labour relations and unions is part of a series that considers the theoretical, methodological and research issues relevant to organizational sociology. Both micro and macro sociological approaches are emphasized.
Introduction - research on organizations and deviance - some basic concerns, Peter A. Bamberger and William J. Sonnenstuhl. Part 1 Bridging the micro-macro gap in theory and practice: subcultures and deviant behaviour in the organizational context, James W. Coleman and Linda L. Ramos; exploring the micro-macro link in corporate crime research, Sally S. Simpson et al. Part 2 Multilevel analyses of deviance of organizations: antitrust and organizational deviance, Gilbert Geis and Lawrence S. Salinger; embeddedness of interorganizational corporate crime in the 1980s - securities fraud of banks and investment banks, Mary Zey. Part 3 Multilevel analyses of deviance in organizations: understanding organizational insider-perpetrated workplace aggression - an integrative model, Constant D. Beugre; organizations as targets and triggers of aggression and violence - framing rational explanations for dramatic organizational deviance, Christine M. Pearson; everyday struggles at the workplace - the nature and implications of routine resistance in contemporary organizations, Anshuman Prasad and PushLala Prasad.