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THE ROLE OF CORPORATE ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IN COMMITTING ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF MASHHAD, IRAN

Ashkan Famil Modaberan, Reza Nikkhah Sarnaghi, Amir Mohamad Abedini.

Abstract
This paper has been done by evaluation purpose of the corporate institutional culture role in committing environmental crime. The statistical population is consisted of all workers of six factories with the highest rate of environmental crime in Mashhad that among them, 252 people were selected as the final sample size using proportional stratified random sampling method. The effect of the organization's goals on the activities of the workers is more than average, and there is no significant difference between the scores of the role of institutional culture on the activities of workers in terms of gender, education, work experience, age, marital status, insurance coverage and criminal record. The results of Friedman's test on the impact of the three dimensions of the role of institutional culture on environmental crime showed that the transfer of institutional culture has dedicated itself the highest rank and organizational learning has dedicated itself the lowest rank.

Key words: cultural transfer, institutional encouragement, corporate environmental offenses, corporate culture, learning culture.


 
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Ashkan Famil Modaberan, Reza Nikkhah Sarnaghi, Amir Mohamad Abedini. THE ROLE OF CORPORATE ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IN COMMITTING ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF MASHHAD, IRAN. JCR. 2020; 7(2): 435-446. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.02.84


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Ashkan Famil Modaberan, Reza Nikkhah Sarnaghi, Amir Mohamad Abedini. THE ROLE OF CORPORATE ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IN COMMITTING ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF MASHHAD, IRAN. http://www.jcreview.com/?mno=88718 [Access: April 13, 2021]. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.02.84


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Ashkan Famil Modaberan, Reza Nikkhah Sarnaghi, Amir Mohamad Abedini. THE ROLE OF CORPORATE ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IN COMMITTING ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF MASHHAD, IRAN. JCR. 2020; 7(2): 435-446. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.02.84



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Ashkan Famil Modaberan, Reza Nikkhah Sarnaghi, Amir Mohamad Abedini. THE ROLE OF CORPORATE ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IN COMMITTING ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF MASHHAD, IRAN. JCR. (2020), [cited April 13, 2021]; 7(2): 435-446. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.02.84



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Ashkan Famil Modaberan, Reza Nikkhah Sarnaghi, Amir Mohamad Abedini (2020) THE ROLE OF CORPORATE ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IN COMMITTING ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF MASHHAD, IRAN. JCR, 7 (2), 435-446. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.02.84



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Ashkan Famil Modaberan, Reza Nikkhah Sarnaghi, Amir Mohamad Abedini. 2020. THE ROLE OF CORPORATE ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IN COMMITTING ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF MASHHAD, IRAN. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (2), 435-446. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.02.84



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Ashkan Famil Modaberan, Reza Nikkhah Sarnaghi, Amir Mohamad Abedini. "THE ROLE OF CORPORATE ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IN COMMITTING ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF MASHHAD, IRAN." Journal of Critical Reviews 7 (2020), 435-446. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.02.84



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Ashkan Famil Modaberan, Reza Nikkhah Sarnaghi, Amir Mohamad Abedini. "THE ROLE OF CORPORATE ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IN COMMITTING ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF MASHHAD, IRAN." Journal of Critical Reviews 7.2 (2020), 435-446. Print. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.02.84



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Ashkan Famil Modaberan, Reza Nikkhah Sarnaghi, Amir Mohamad Abedini (2020) THE ROLE OF CORPORATE ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IN COMMITTING ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF MASHHAD, IRAN. Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (2), 435-446. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.02.84