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Factors that predict whistleblowing—15 scholarly articles

“Are Whistleblowers Heroes or Traitors,” by Chaya Benyamin, The Perspective. https://www.theperspective.com/debates/politics/whistleblowers-heroes-traitors/

“The Effects of Personality Traits, Ethical Position, and the Materiality of Fraudulent Reporting on Entry-Level Employee Whistleblowing Decisions,” Alisa Brink Sandra Cereola, and Karl Menk, Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting (volume 7, issue 1, January-June 2015). http://web.nacva.com/JFIA/Issues/JFIA-2015-1_7.pdf

“Factors Influencing the Whistleblowing Behaviour: A Perspective from the Theory of Planned Behaviour,”by Ni Wayan Rustiarini and Ni Made Sunarish, Asian Journal of Business and Accounting (volume 10, number. 2, 2017) (About Indonesia). file:///C:/Users/Don%20Hendon/Downloads/9771-853-19663-1-10-20171215.pdf

“Factors That Affect Prevalence of Whistleblowing in Organizations,” Lindsay Walker, Ethical and Legal Issues in Organizational Psychology (Spring 2012). http://www.academia.edu/6398254/Factors_That_Affect_Prevalence_of_Whistleblowing in_Organizations

“Factors That Contribute to Management Accountants Reporting Questionable Dilemmas,” Tara Shawyer and Lynn Clements, Management Accounting Quarterly (volume 9, number 2, Winter 2008), pages 26-38). file:///C:/Users/Don%20Hendon/Downloads/maq_winter08_reportingquestionabledilemmas-pdf%20(2).pdf

“Factors That Contribute to Whistleblowing,” Renee DeVaughn, DeVaughn Narratives Blog, April 24, 2016. https://www.devaughnnarratives.com/factors-that-contribute-to-whistleblowing/ and

http://moralitylab.bc.edu/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/DunganWaytzYoung_2015.pdf

https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/2596/43745ab4898697a8d3f0a9e95c62fc12729d.pdf

“Individual and Organizational Determinants of the Decision to Report Wrongdoing to the Federal Government,” Cecillia Florencia Lavena, American Review of Public Administration (volume 46 ,issue 1, 2016, pages 113-126). (Whistleblowing in Argentina.) http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0275074014535241?journalCode=arpb

“Individual Differences and Whistle-Blowing,” Marcia Micelli, James Van Scotter, Janet Near, and Michael Rehg,” Academy of Management Proceedings (volume 2001, number 1, 2017). https://journals.aom.org/doi/10.5465/apbpp.2001.6133834

“The Influence of Individual and Situational Factors on Lower-Level Civil Servants’ Whistle-Blowing Intention in Indonesia,” Rijadh Djatu Winardi, Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business (volume 28,number 3, 2013, pages 361-376). file:///C:/Users/Don%20Hendon/Downloads/maq_winter08_reportingquestionabledilemmas-pdf%20(2).pdf

“Internal Whistle-Blowing Intentions: A Study of Demographic and Individual Factors,” Syahrul Ahmad, George Smith, and Zubaidah Ismail, Journal of Modern Accounting and Auditing, volume 8, number 11, pages 1632-1645. (in Australia). file:///C:/Users/Don%20Hendon/Downloads/6216-67155-1-PB%20(1).pdf


“Is There a Whistleblower Personality Type?” by Mark Marshall, WhistleBlowerInformanant.com. https://www.quora.com/Is-there-a-whistleblower-personality-type

“Making Sense of Whistle-Blowing’s Antecedents: Learning from Research on Identity and Ethics Programs,” Abhijeet Vadera, Ruth Aguilera, and Brianna Caza, Business Ethics Quarterly (volume 19, number 4, October 2009, pages 553-586).

“Prediction of Whistleblowing or Non-Reporting Observation: The Role of Personal and Situational Factors,” by P. G. Cassematis and Richard Wortley, Journal of Business Ethics (October 2013, volume 117, issue 3, pages 615-634.). (About Australia.) https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10551-012-1548-3 and https://www.researchgate.net/publication/257541966_Prediction_of_Whistleblowing_or_Non-reporting_Observation_The_Role_of_Personal_and_Situational_Factors

“The Psychology of Whistleblowing,” by James Dungan, Adam Waytz ,and Liane Young, Current Opinion in Psychology (volume 6, 2015, pages 129-133)

“Whistleblowing: An Ethical Issue in Organizational and Human Behavior,” Marian Heacock and Gail McGee, Business and Professional Ethics Journal (volume 6, no. 4, page 35-46). https://www.jstor.org/stable/27799960?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents

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