Lecture. The rise of the "corporate actor" in terms of social organization and social policy, and concerning interest, rights, power, and trust. Organizational processes and deviance in production markets; deviance by, within, among, and against businesses as corporations. The roles of government and state in both the social production of deviance and its regulation: deviance by within, among, and against government(s). How actors in settings of trust define and enforce trust norms; how opportunities for illegal action and abuse of trust arise; and how the actual patterns of organized misconduct, deviance, and illegality unfold. Prerequisite: SOCIOL 342.