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13 Certainly, once one abandons an epistemological commitment to individualism, then more encompassing definitions and considerations of violence become possible. For example, Bowie has sought to develop the category of ‘organisational violence’, which ‘involves organisations knowingly placing their workers or clients in dangerous or violent situations or allowing a climate of abuse, bullying or harassment to thrive in the workplace’ (Bowie, 2002: 6). If this still retains some commitment to intention, it at least moves beyond simple understandings of individual action, not least because it acknowledges how a general organizational demeanour of generating or turning a blind eye 30 Corporate and White-collar Crime This SAGE ebook is copyright and is supplied by NetLibrary.
Structural pressures and strains may be applied both to those at the top as well as to employees, and the employment of deviant methods may be the only possible way of dealing with problematic situations, or, may be perceived as such (see Box, 1983). 28 Corporate and White-collar Crime This SAGE ebook is copyright and is supplied by NetLibrary. Unauthorised distribution forbidden. Finally, various forms of critical and radical criminologies – including Marxisms and feminisms – have made important contributions to our body of knowledge regarding corporate crime causation.