The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Air date: April 13/16, 2016) — Professor Patrick Dobel. He is the John and Marguerite Walker Corbally Professor in Public Service at the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance at the University of Washington, where he hass taught since 2011. Dobel says people often create self-narratives that allow them to live with, and ignore illegal or immoral actions in a corrupt environment. He says this means corruption can be far more embedded than we think — and that corruption can become normalized, as people believe they are doing the right and normal thing.
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