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  1. Adang Budiman, Amanda Roan & Victor J. Callan (2013). Rationalizing Ideologies, Social Identities and Corruption Among Civil Servants in Indonesia During the Suharto Era. Journal of Business Ethics 116 (1):139-149.
    This study investigated how the social identities assumed by individuals as part of their professional roles influence the nature and use of a range of rationalizations for their corruption or the corrupt acts of others. Thirty senior Indonesian public servants were interviewed about the causes and factors that perpetuated corruption during the Suharto era, and how they rationalized corrupt behavior within the role of being a civil servant. Findings revealed that corruption was routine and embedded in the daily activities and (...)
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  2. Neal M. Ashkanasy, Sarah Falkus & Victor J. Callan (2000). Predictors of Ethical Code Use and Ethical Tolerance in the Public Sector. Journal of Business Ethics 25 (3):237 - 253.
    This paper reports the results of a survey of ethical attitudes, values, and propensities in public sector employees in Australia. It was expected that demographic variables, personal values, and contextual variables at the individual level, and group- and organisational-level values would predict use of formal codes of ethics and ethical tolerance (tolerance of unethical behaviour). Useable data were received from 500 respondents selected at random across public sector organisations in a single Australian state. Results supported the study hypotheses, but indicated (...)
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  3. Victor J. Callan (1992). Predicting Ethical Values and Training Needs in Ethics. Journal of Business Ethics 11 (10):761 - 769.
    Two hundred and twenty-six state employees completed a structured questionnaire that investigated their ethical values and training needs. Top management were more likely to have attitudes against cronyism and giving advantage to others. Individuals higher in the organizational hierarchy, and female employees were more likely to believe that discriminatory practices were an ethical concern. In addition, employees with a larger number of clients outside of the organization were more supportive of the need to maintain strict confidentiality in business dealings. Employees'' (...)
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  4. Victor J. Callan (1983). Repeat Abortion-Seeking Behaviour in Queensland, Australia: Knowledge and Use of Contraception and Reasons for Terminating the Pregnancy. Journal of Biosocial Science 15 (1):1-8.
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  5. Victor J. Callan (1983). Repeat and First Abortion Seekers: Single Women in Brisbane, Australia. Journal of Biosocial Science 15 (2):217-222.
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