Just culture: who gets to draw the line?

Abstract

A just culture is meant to balance learning from incidents with accountability for their consequences. All the current proposals for just cultures argue for a clear line between acceptable and unacceptable behavior. This alone, however, cannot promote just culture as it falsely assumes that culpability inheres in the act, bearing immutable features… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10111-008-0110-7

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@article{Dekker2008JustCW, title={Just culture: who gets to draw the line?}, author={Sidney W. A. Dekker}, journal={Cognition, Technology & Work}, year={2008}, volume={11}, pages={177-185} }