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65288a64fe The event was an example of a normal accident because it was "unexpected, incomprehensible, uncontrollable and unavoidable".. Other Princeton books authored or coauthored by Charles Perrow:. Exotics: Space, Weapons, and DNA 256 9. This book has been translated into:. Perrow said that operator error is a very common problem, many failures relate to organizations rather than technology, and big accidents almost always have very small beginnings. Such events appear trivial to begin with before unpredictably cascading through the system to create a large event with severe consequences.. [Paperback] Organizing America: Wealth, Power, and the Origins of Corporate Capitalism. Third, redundancy may lead to increased production pressures, resulting in a system that operates at higher speeds, but less safely.. Abnormal Blessings vii Introduction 3 1. Marine Accidents 170 7. References.
In doing so, he challenges us to ponder what could happen to justice, community, liberty, and hope in a society where such events are normal."--Deborah A. An outstanding analysis of organizational complexity."--John Pfeiffer, The New York Times. It made the case for examining technological failures as the product of highly interacting systems, and highlighted organizational and management factors as the main causes of failures. The inspiration for Perrow's books was the 1979 Three Mile Island accident, where a nuclear accident resulted from an unanticipated interaction of multiple failures in a complex system. Three Mile Island. Charles Perrow: Accidents, Normal, in: International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Elsevier 2001, Pages 3338, online . Nuclear Power as a High-Risk System: Why We Have Not Had More TMIs--But Will Soon 32 3. Subject Areas:.