blame culture

blame culture

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the tendency to look for one person or organization that can be held responsible for a bad state of affairs, an accident, etc
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'The way we live now is that the television, media, the fans are part of a blame culture,' Strachan said.
But the Scot, who this week celebrates a year at St Mary's Stadium, said: ``The way we live now is that the television, media, the fans are part of a blame culture. Someone has got to be blamed.''
WE are living in a blame culture and I blame the Government.
THE council blame culture so rightly referred to by ex-housing chairman Hugh McCallion seems part of a politico/media vicious circle.
'We don't want a blame culture following Mark's death, but a culture which recognises that we could have done better and, yes, that includes politicians and introducing a Mark's Law that will do everything to protect future generations
``But for quite a long time there has been a blame culture from government where teachers are held responsible for everything.
But ``the health service will be under increasing pressure to ensure avoidable risk is minimised'', it said Dr Vivienne Nathanson, the BMA's head of science and ethics, said, ``It is important to move away from a blame culture where one person takes the blame for mistakes, towards a system where the whole team - doctors, nurses, patients, managers, policy-makers - share the burden of responsibility when things go wrong.
'We have not been consulted and we, the most vulnerable and socially excluded people in our society, are being bashed.' The four work 'barriers' were identified as charging working disabled people for services such as child care; slow local authority needs assessments which make it difficult for disabled people to move elsewhere for work; Government plans for means testing, and a 'blame culture' that sees disabled people as a problem, rather than trying to make society more inclusive for those with disabilities.
Shrill government warnings about a UK weight crisis have created a blame culture lashing out at heavier people for being lazy and eating too much.
I was really saddened to note the blame culture towards the drivers themselves.
This blame culture, must be challenged wherever it is seen.
It is about ending the blame culture and, where possible, removing the burden of legal costs from the taxpayer.'