Whistle Blower Case Study

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According to Czeslaw, “In a room where people unanimously maintain a conspiracy of silence, one word of sounds like a pistol shot”. Many time in our life we get ourselves basically venting our emotions about something. We worry about something going wrong. According to the American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language (2011) a whistle-blower is, one who uncovers wrongdoing inside of an association to the public or to those in positions of power. Whistle-blowers are not “inherently different from those organization members who observe wrongdoing but chose not to report it” (Near & Miceli, p.515). Kathryn Bolkovac is a whistle blower and former police officer. Kathryn Bolkovac was a worker of DynCorp Technical Services, one of the US government 's main 25 suppliers …show more content…
Also saves that documents for future need. When journalist doing research on specific case then our organization has to give some answer and also they have to take action to solve the case. Because of the pressure on organization, the members of organization pay attention on the case and find better solutions for problem. In this way, whistle blower can take action against wrong activities without spoiling organization’s reputation. Both options have positive and negative consequences but the best fit for this case is taking action secretly against organization. If in any situation whistle blower has a risk of life, then people raises voices for protection and also organization cannot take wrong action against whistle blower. Such as they did not terminate the whistle blower from the job. After our action satisfaction is most important. Cooper said, “satisfies our need to have sound reasons for our conduct” and “to feel satisfied with our decision” (Cooper, p.36) is most important. If the whistle blower satisfied with her action that means she also get success in the

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