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Ethics in the Global South.

By: Schwartz, Michael.
Contributor(s): Harris, Howard.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations: Publisher: Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (213 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781787432048.Subject(s): Moral conditionsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Ethics in the Global SouthDDC classification: 174 LOC classification: HF5387-5387.5Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
ETHICS IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Editorial Board -- About the Authors -- ETHICS IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH -- References -- War and Famine Aroundthe Indian Ocean Duringthe Second World War -- East Africa -- Agrarian Background -- Weather -- The War and East African Response -- Dodoma and Mpwapwa -- Indonesia -- Agrarian Structure -- Explanations for Excess Mortality -- Drought -- War and the Rice Quota -- The Rice Collection System -- Bengal -- The Pre-War Situation in Bengal -- The War and Food -- The October Cyclone and Brown Spot Disease -- Government Response -- Famine Relief -- Overseas Imports -- Comparative Analysis -- Conclusion -- References -- Bringing International Sustainability Guidelines Home: A Case Study of a Mega South African State-Owned Enterprise -- Introduction: Sustainable Development and the Global South -- The Case Study Method -- Results: Main Findings -- AccountAbility: AA1000 Standards -- CDP: Global Disclosure System and Scoring Methodology -- Global Reporting Initiative: Sustainability Reporting Standards -- International Integrated Reporting Council: International Framework -- International Standards Organisation: ISO 50001 Energy Management -- UNGC: The Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact -- Discussion: Why the Guidelines Fit Well -- Conclusions and Recommendations -- References -- Religion as Aparatus of Ethical Similarity: A Catalyst Toward the Framework of Ethical Behaviors (FEB) inTechnical Environment -- Introduction -- Etymology and Epistemology of Ethics in Relation to Technical Environment -- Religions as Apparatus of Similar Ethics -- Framework of Ethical Behavior in Technical Environment -- Digital Citizenship and Religious Ethics as Endorsement of Information Ethics -- Conclusion -- Further research -- References -- Modern Business and the Doctrine of the Mean.
The Doctrine of the Mean -- Business and the Doctrine of the Mean -- Attention -- Concrete Circumstances -- Organisations, Means and Harmony -- Sustainable Means -- Conclusion -- References -- Gift Giving, Guan xi, Bribery and Corruption Challenges in Australia-China Business: an Ethical Tension Betwen the Global South and the East -- Introduction -- The Institutional Setting for Australia-China Business Interaction -- Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives on Gift Giving, Guanxi, Bribery and Corruption in Australia--China Business -- A Business Ethics Framework to Manage Gift Giving, Guanxi, Bribery and Corruption -- Discussion -- Implications for Practice -- Future Research -- Conclusion -- References -- A Short History of Applied Ethics in Australia -- Academic Scholarship, Research and Teaching -- Australian Scholarly Contribution to Applied Ethics -- The Australian Association for Professional and Applied Ethics -- Teaching, Publications and Other Activities -- Ethics of Business -- Ethics in Business -- Business Scandals -- Applied Ethics as Seen by the Australian Community -- The Movement for Ethics in Enterprises -- Discussion -- Applied Ethics -- Global South -- History -- Conclusion -- References -- Ethics and the Unified Justice Examination of the People's Republic of China -- Introduction: Work in Progress -- The Unified Justice Examination -- The Ethics and Professional Conduct Component of the Unified Justice Examination -- Examples of Questions -- Conclusion -- References -- REVIEWS -- MCKAY, A. (2015). THE BIG SHORT: FINANCIAL DISASTER AND MORAL RESPONSIBILITY. REGENCY ENTERPRISES & PLAN B ENTERTAINMENT (PRODUCERS). RUNTIME: 130 MINUTES -- Michael Burry -- Jared Vennett and Mark Baum -- Jamie Shipley, Charlie Geller and Ben Rickert -- Conclusions.
Siracusa, J. M. (2017) ed. Humanities, Arts and social sciences: It's everyone's business. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.
Summary: This volume includes works by authors from the global South and contributions about ethical issues in the global South, including the responses to famine in East Africa, India and Indonesia, and the applicability of international guidelines and ethical frameworks in South Africa.
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ETHICS IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Editorial Board -- About the Authors -- ETHICS IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH -- References -- War and Famine Aroundthe Indian Ocean Duringthe Second World War -- East Africa -- Agrarian Background -- Weather -- The War and East African Response -- Dodoma and Mpwapwa -- Indonesia -- Agrarian Structure -- Explanations for Excess Mortality -- Drought -- War and the Rice Quota -- The Rice Collection System -- Bengal -- The Pre-War Situation in Bengal -- The War and Food -- The October Cyclone and Brown Spot Disease -- Government Response -- Famine Relief -- Overseas Imports -- Comparative Analysis -- Conclusion -- References -- Bringing International Sustainability Guidelines Home: A Case Study of a Mega South African State-Owned Enterprise -- Introduction: Sustainable Development and the Global South -- The Case Study Method -- Results: Main Findings -- AccountAbility: AA1000 Standards -- CDP: Global Disclosure System and Scoring Methodology -- Global Reporting Initiative: Sustainability Reporting Standards -- International Integrated Reporting Council: International Framework -- International Standards Organisation: ISO 50001 Energy Management -- UNGC: The Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact -- Discussion: Why the Guidelines Fit Well -- Conclusions and Recommendations -- References -- Religion as Aparatus of Ethical Similarity: A Catalyst Toward the Framework of Ethical Behaviors (FEB) inTechnical Environment -- Introduction -- Etymology and Epistemology of Ethics in Relation to Technical Environment -- Religions as Apparatus of Similar Ethics -- Framework of Ethical Behavior in Technical Environment -- Digital Citizenship and Religious Ethics as Endorsement of Information Ethics -- Conclusion -- Further research -- References -- Modern Business and the Doctrine of the Mean.

The Doctrine of the Mean -- Business and the Doctrine of the Mean -- Attention -- Concrete Circumstances -- Organisations, Means and Harmony -- Sustainable Means -- Conclusion -- References -- Gift Giving, Guan xi, Bribery and Corruption Challenges in Australia-China Business: an Ethical Tension Betwen the Global South and the East -- Introduction -- The Institutional Setting for Australia-China Business Interaction -- Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives on Gift Giving, Guanxi, Bribery and Corruption in Australia--China Business -- A Business Ethics Framework to Manage Gift Giving, Guanxi, Bribery and Corruption -- Discussion -- Implications for Practice -- Future Research -- Conclusion -- References -- A Short History of Applied Ethics in Australia -- Academic Scholarship, Research and Teaching -- Australian Scholarly Contribution to Applied Ethics -- The Australian Association for Professional and Applied Ethics -- Teaching, Publications and Other Activities -- Ethics of Business -- Ethics in Business -- Business Scandals -- Applied Ethics as Seen by the Australian Community -- The Movement for Ethics in Enterprises -- Discussion -- Applied Ethics -- Global South -- History -- Conclusion -- References -- Ethics and the Unified Justice Examination of the People's Republic of China -- Introduction: Work in Progress -- The Unified Justice Examination -- The Ethics and Professional Conduct Component of the Unified Justice Examination -- Examples of Questions -- Conclusion -- References -- REVIEWS -- MCKAY, A. (2015). THE BIG SHORT: FINANCIAL DISASTER AND MORAL RESPONSIBILITY. REGENCY ENTERPRISES & PLAN B ENTERTAINMENT (PRODUCERS). RUNTIME: 130 MINUTES -- Michael Burry -- Jared Vennett and Mark Baum -- Jamie Shipley, Charlie Geller and Ben Rickert -- Conclusions.

Siracusa, J. M. (2017) ed. Humanities, Arts and social sciences: It's everyone's business. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

This volume includes works by authors from the global South and contributions about ethical issues in the global South, including the responses to famine in East Africa, India and Indonesia, and the applicability of international guidelines and ethical frameworks in South Africa.

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