: Oran R. Young
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CHAPTER 1 The problem of compliance
The mere existence of a rule, a law, a
moral standard, a social norm, or any other behavioral prescription does not
guarantee that those subject to it will actually comply with it. It is evident that
various forms of noncompliant behavior are common in most social systems.
Even those who acknowledge the authoritativeness and generally favor the
existence of specific behavioral prescriptions frequently find it advantageous to
violate them in ...