Deadly Disclosures: Whistle Blowing and the Ethical Meltdown of Australia

Author(s): DeMaria, William

Crime & Punishment

Australian whistleblowers, like miners with lights on their hats, take us into a world of wrong-doing that few of us know or want to believe exists. Deadly Disclosures is a provocative analysis of the degeneration of public ethics in Australia. William De Maria's attack on public wrong-doing is carried on the wings of case studies of Australians who have blown the whistle in order to improve ethical standards and suffered terribly for their efforts. His book paints an alarming picture of Australian institutions and workplaces where managers and employees alike turn a blind eye to wrong-doing and victimise the minority who rock the boat. 'Bill De Maria has written an important and fascinating book which reminds us how corruption protects itself and how it can be exposed by honest and brave soldiers for truth.' - Evan Whitton


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General Fields

  • : 9781862544574
  • : Wakefield Press US
  • : Wakefield Press
  • : 0.37
  • : July 1999
  • : 210mm X 135mm
  • : Australia
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : DeMaria, William
  • : Paperback
  • : 300
  • : 305