Just culture: who gets to draw the line?

  title={Just culture: who gets to draw the line?},
  author={Sidney W. A. Dekker},
  journal={Cognition, Technology & Work},
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 independent of context, language or interpretation. The critical question is not where to draw the line, but who gets to draw it. Culpability is… CONTINUE READING
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