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Institutional Anomie Theory. How much do we trust other people?. People will lie if they can get away with it. . % Agree. *Kanter and Mirvis (1989). People claim to have ethical standards but few stick to them when money is at stake. % Agree. *Kanter and Mirvis (1989).

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people will lie if they can get away with it
People will lie if they can get away with it.

% Agree

*Kanter and Mirvis (1989)

people claim to have ethical standards but few stick to them when money is at stake
People claim to have ethical standards but few stick to them when money is at stake.

% Agree

*Kanter and Mirvis (1989)

an unselfish person is taken advantage of in today s world
An unselfish person is taken advantage of in today’s world.

% Agree

*Kanter and Mirvis (1989)

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Family

Education

What institutions in society

encourage us to look out for ourselves?

For one another?

Economy

Politics

Religion

messner and rosenfeld 1994 institutional anomie theory
Messner and Rosenfeld (1994)Institutional Anomie Theory
  • Institutional balance of power
    • Economy, family, education, polity
  • Institutional anomie (imbalance)
    • Economic values permeate and weaken other institutions and their social values
    • Increases anomie: sense of normlessness
    • Reduces social controls over behavior
institutional anomie theory8
Institutional Anomie Theory

Economic values

penetrate non-

economic institutions

Communitarian

values and

social bonds are

weakened

Social controls

over behavior

are reduced

institutional anomie theory in a nutshell
Institutional Anomie Theoryin a Nutshell
  • Economic values penetrate and weaken non-economic institutions leading to lower levels of social control over self-serving behaviors, including deviance & crime
policy implication of institutional anomie theory
Policy Implication of Institutional Anomie Theory
  • Foster an institutional balance of power
  • Strengthen non-economic social institutions and the communitarian values they transmit