Table of contents for Between morality and the law : corruption, anthropology and comparative society / by Italo Pardo.


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Contents
List of Contributors								 p. 3
1. Italo Pardo, University of Kent						 5
	Introduction
2. John Corbin, University of Kent
 Interés, Morality and Legality in Southern Spain				 29
 
3. Italo Pardo, University of Kent
	Where it hurts: an Italian case of graded
 and stratified corruption							 50
4. Arcibaldo Miller, University of Caserta
 Corruption between morality and legitimacy
 in the context of globalization						 80
5. Giuliana B. Prato, University of Kent
 æThe devil is not as wicked as people believe, 
 neither is the AlbanianÆ: Corruption between 
 moral discourses and national identity					 103
6. Caroline Humphrey and David Sneath, University of Cambridge
Shanghaied by the Bureaucracy: Bribery and Post-Soviet
Officialdom in Russia and Mongolia					 127
7. Jacob Rigi, Cornell University
Corruption in Post-Soviet Kazakhstan					 150
8. Klavs Sedlenieks, University of Cambridge
Rotten talk: corruption as a part of discourse
in contemporary Latvia							 176
9. Elizabeth Harrison, Universityof Sussex
 The æCancer of CorruptionÆ							 199
10. John Gledhill, University of Manchester
 Corruption as the Mirror of the State in Latin America 	 227
Index											 264




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Political corruption, Political corruption Cross-cultural studies, Corruption, Corruption Cross-cultural studies