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Visual Ethics.

By: Schwartz, Michael.
Contributor(s): Harris, Howard.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations Ser: Publisher: Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (241 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781787561656.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Visual EthicsDDC classification: 174 LOC classification: HF5387-5387.5Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Contents -- Editorial board -- About the Authors -- Chapter 1: Visual Ethics -- References -- Chapter 2: Visual Images of People at Work: Influences on Organizational Citizenship Behavior -- The Social Identity Perspective -- Religion and OCB -- Religious Versus Work Identity -- Hypotheses -- Method -- Participants -- Materials -- Procedure -- Results -- Discussion -- Implications for Practice -- References -- Chapter 3: The Art of Joseph Cornell: Visual Reflections of the Debate on Bureaucratic and Post-Bureaucratic Organizations -- Bureaucratic Theory and its Development -- Reactions to Bureaucratic Approaches -- Other Ethical Concerns -- Control -- Enchantment -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 4: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: A Study of the Organization through the Lens of Popular Films of the Western World -- Introduction -- Methodological Approach -- Film Critical and Nonspecialist Methodologies -- Sourcing the Data -- Coding Technique -- Findings -- Discussion: Revealing the Organizational Moral Contexts -- Discussion: Revealing the Moral Stance of Organizations -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 5: Storytelling Through Photos: A Photovoice Lens on Ethical Visual Research -- Introduction -- Photovoice -- Ethical Issues Associated with Visual Data -- Background Context of Visual Ethics -- Ethical Issues Associated with Visual Data -- Applying Ethics to Photovoice -- Philosphical Approaches Relevant to Visual Ethics -- The Photovoice Ethical Journey of a Research Project -- Information and Consent -- Potential Ethical Issues during the Photovoice Project -- Personal Reflections and Cautionary Tales from the Author -- Overseas Photovoice Study with Poor Asian Village Farmers -- Australian Study with an Economically and Socially Disadvantaged Group.
Photovoice Study with Parental Carers of Young People with a Disability Aged Less than 18 Years of Age -- Does Photovoice Guarantee the Promised Hope of Change? -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 6: A Critically Compassionate Vision of Accountability: Discipline-Based Art Education, Purposeful Dialogue, and Financial Literacy -- Theoretical Framework -- Education and Accountability -- Critically Compassionate Financial Literacy and Accountability -- Purposeful Dialogue -- Discipline-Based Art Education Model -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 7: Organizational Ethics and Self-Realization: How Could Artists' Self-Portraits and Philosophical Novels Release Us from Estrangement? -- Introduction -- Van Gogh's Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear (1889) and the Aesthetic Project of Self-Realization: How Could We Manage the Risk of Estranged Depersonalization in the Organizational Life? -- The Risk of Estranged Depersonalization -- Rejecting Estranged Depersonalization in the Organizational Life -- Organizational Ethics and the Aesthetics of Self-Realization -- Rembrandt's Self-Portrait as Zeuxis Laughing (1669) and the Aesthetics of Moral Imagination: How Could We Manage the Risk of Estranged Routinization in the Organizational Life? -- The Risk of Estranged Routinization -- Rejecting Estranged Routinization in the Organizational Life -- Dali's Soft Self-Portrait with Grilled Bacon (1941) and the Aesthetics of Reinventing Space-Time: How Could We Manage the Risk of an Estranged Temporality? -- The Risk of Estranged Temporality -- Rejecting Estranged Temporality in the Organizational Life -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 8: The Political Ethics and the Attribution of Moral Responsibility to Public Organizations: Its Scope and its Limits -- Introduction -- Personal Ethics and Political Ethics -- Personal Good and Political Common Good.
The Importance of the Political Point of View -- The Moral and Political Responsibility: From What To Who and From What To How -- Epilog: Political Ethics and Social Processes -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 9: Behavioral-Based Theories and the Aid Industry: An Explanation for Unintended, Negative Outcomes -- Introduction -- Background - The Aid Industry -- Foreign Aid History -- The Aid Debate -- Background - Behavioral Theories -- Behavioral Economics -- Pathological Altruism -- Emotional Empathy -- Behavioral Theories and Aid Industry Practices -- Paternalism versus Partnership -- Dumping -- Distributions to Beneficiaries -- Planners versus Searchers -- Summary -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 10: The Effect of Embedded Managerial Values on Corporate Financial Outcomes -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Background of the Study -- 2.1. Managerial Values -- 2.2. Embedded Managerial Values -- 3. Embedded Managerial Values and Financial Performance -- 3.1. Core Hypotheses -- 3.1.1. Linking Maturity of Managerial Values and Financial Performance -- 3.1.2. Development of MM-MV -- 3.1.3. Measurement of Performance -- 3.1.4. Resulting Hypotheses -- 3.2. Complementary Hypotheses of Company Factors -- 3.2.2. Industry -- 3.2.3. Company Size -- 3.2.4. Company History -- 4. Research Methodology -- 4.1. Research Model -- 4.2. Research Sample -- 4.2.1. Sample Size -- 4.2.2. Annual Reports -- 4.2.3. Demographics of the Sample -- 4.3. Operationalization of MM-MV -- 4.4. Methods of Data Analysis -- 4.4.1. Variables -- 4.4.2. Content Analysis -- 4.4.3. Statistical Analyses Regarding H1 -- 4.4.4. Statistical Analyses Regarding H2-H5 -- 5. Summary of Results -- 5.1. Content Analysis -- 5.2. Core Hypothesis H1a -- 5.2.1. Interaction Effect of ML of Managerial Values on ROS -- 5.2.2. Interaction Effect of ML of Managerial Values on Revenue Growth.
5.2.3. Interaction Effect of ML of Managerial Values on EpFTE -- 5.2.4. H1a - Conclusion -- 5.3. Core Hypothesis H1b -- 5.4. H2a, H3a, H4a, and H5a -- 5.5. H2b, H3b, H4b, and H5b -- 6. Overall Conclusions and Implications -- 6.1. Conclusions -- 6.1.1. Conclusion about Core Hypothesis H1 -- 6.1.2. Conclusion of Complementary Hypotheses H2-H5 -- 6.1.3. An Exemplar of Embedding Managerial Values and the Relationship with Financial Performance -- 6.2. Limitations -- 6.3. Implications for Further Research -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 11: Renewing Strategic Business Focus Through Shared Value: A Eupsychian and Ideation Approach -- Introduction -- Eupsychia and Ideation - Supporting an Enhanced Strategic Business Focus -- Shared Value -- Problematic Situations -- Design and Theoretical Features -- Discussion -- Concluding Comments -- Acknowledgments -- References.
Summary: This volume includes six varied contributions to the study of visual ethics in organizations. The implications of our visual world for organizational life and personal behaviour have received scant research attention. This volume sets out to address that lack of research.
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Intro -- Contents -- Editorial board -- About the Authors -- Chapter 1: Visual Ethics -- References -- Chapter 2: Visual Images of People at Work: Influences on Organizational Citizenship Behavior -- The Social Identity Perspective -- Religion and OCB -- Religious Versus Work Identity -- Hypotheses -- Method -- Participants -- Materials -- Procedure -- Results -- Discussion -- Implications for Practice -- References -- Chapter 3: The Art of Joseph Cornell: Visual Reflections of the Debate on Bureaucratic and Post-Bureaucratic Organizations -- Bureaucratic Theory and its Development -- Reactions to Bureaucratic Approaches -- Other Ethical Concerns -- Control -- Enchantment -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 4: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: A Study of the Organization through the Lens of Popular Films of the Western World -- Introduction -- Methodological Approach -- Film Critical and Nonspecialist Methodologies -- Sourcing the Data -- Coding Technique -- Findings -- Discussion: Revealing the Organizational Moral Contexts -- Discussion: Revealing the Moral Stance of Organizations -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 5: Storytelling Through Photos: A Photovoice Lens on Ethical Visual Research -- Introduction -- Photovoice -- Ethical Issues Associated with Visual Data -- Background Context of Visual Ethics -- Ethical Issues Associated with Visual Data -- Applying Ethics to Photovoice -- Philosphical Approaches Relevant to Visual Ethics -- The Photovoice Ethical Journey of a Research Project -- Information and Consent -- Potential Ethical Issues during the Photovoice Project -- Personal Reflections and Cautionary Tales from the Author -- Overseas Photovoice Study with Poor Asian Village Farmers -- Australian Study with an Economically and Socially Disadvantaged Group.

Photovoice Study with Parental Carers of Young People with a Disability Aged Less than 18 Years of Age -- Does Photovoice Guarantee the Promised Hope of Change? -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 6: A Critically Compassionate Vision of Accountability: Discipline-Based Art Education, Purposeful Dialogue, and Financial Literacy -- Theoretical Framework -- Education and Accountability -- Critically Compassionate Financial Literacy and Accountability -- Purposeful Dialogue -- Discipline-Based Art Education Model -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 7: Organizational Ethics and Self-Realization: How Could Artists' Self-Portraits and Philosophical Novels Release Us from Estrangement? -- Introduction -- Van Gogh's Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear (1889) and the Aesthetic Project of Self-Realization: How Could We Manage the Risk of Estranged Depersonalization in the Organizational Life? -- The Risk of Estranged Depersonalization -- Rejecting Estranged Depersonalization in the Organizational Life -- Organizational Ethics and the Aesthetics of Self-Realization -- Rembrandt's Self-Portrait as Zeuxis Laughing (1669) and the Aesthetics of Moral Imagination: How Could We Manage the Risk of Estranged Routinization in the Organizational Life? -- The Risk of Estranged Routinization -- Rejecting Estranged Routinization in the Organizational Life -- Dali's Soft Self-Portrait with Grilled Bacon (1941) and the Aesthetics of Reinventing Space-Time: How Could We Manage the Risk of an Estranged Temporality? -- The Risk of Estranged Temporality -- Rejecting Estranged Temporality in the Organizational Life -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 8: The Political Ethics and the Attribution of Moral Responsibility to Public Organizations: Its Scope and its Limits -- Introduction -- Personal Ethics and Political Ethics -- Personal Good and Political Common Good.

The Importance of the Political Point of View -- The Moral and Political Responsibility: From What To Who and From What To How -- Epilog: Political Ethics and Social Processes -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 9: Behavioral-Based Theories and the Aid Industry: An Explanation for Unintended, Negative Outcomes -- Introduction -- Background - The Aid Industry -- Foreign Aid History -- The Aid Debate -- Background - Behavioral Theories -- Behavioral Economics -- Pathological Altruism -- Emotional Empathy -- Behavioral Theories and Aid Industry Practices -- Paternalism versus Partnership -- Dumping -- Distributions to Beneficiaries -- Planners versus Searchers -- Summary -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 10: The Effect of Embedded Managerial Values on Corporate Financial Outcomes -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Background of the Study -- 2.1. Managerial Values -- 2.2. Embedded Managerial Values -- 3. Embedded Managerial Values and Financial Performance -- 3.1. Core Hypotheses -- 3.1.1. Linking Maturity of Managerial Values and Financial Performance -- 3.1.2. Development of MM-MV -- 3.1.3. Measurement of Performance -- 3.1.4. Resulting Hypotheses -- 3.2. Complementary Hypotheses of Company Factors -- 3.2.2. Industry -- 3.2.3. Company Size -- 3.2.4. Company History -- 4. Research Methodology -- 4.1. Research Model -- 4.2. Research Sample -- 4.2.1. Sample Size -- 4.2.2. Annual Reports -- 4.2.3. Demographics of the Sample -- 4.3. Operationalization of MM-MV -- 4.4. Methods of Data Analysis -- 4.4.1. Variables -- 4.4.2. Content Analysis -- 4.4.3. Statistical Analyses Regarding H1 -- 4.4.4. Statistical Analyses Regarding H2-H5 -- 5. Summary of Results -- 5.1. Content Analysis -- 5.2. Core Hypothesis H1a -- 5.2.1. Interaction Effect of ML of Managerial Values on ROS -- 5.2.2. Interaction Effect of ML of Managerial Values on Revenue Growth.

5.2.3. Interaction Effect of ML of Managerial Values on EpFTE -- 5.2.4. H1a - Conclusion -- 5.3. Core Hypothesis H1b -- 5.4. H2a, H3a, H4a, and H5a -- 5.5. H2b, H3b, H4b, and H5b -- 6. Overall Conclusions and Implications -- 6.1. Conclusions -- 6.1.1. Conclusion about Core Hypothesis H1 -- 6.1.2. Conclusion of Complementary Hypotheses H2-H5 -- 6.1.3. An Exemplar of Embedding Managerial Values and the Relationship with Financial Performance -- 6.2. Limitations -- 6.3. Implications for Further Research -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 11: Renewing Strategic Business Focus Through Shared Value: A Eupsychian and Ideation Approach -- Introduction -- Eupsychia and Ideation - Supporting an Enhanced Strategic Business Focus -- Shared Value -- Problematic Situations -- Design and Theoretical Features -- Discussion -- Concluding Comments -- Acknowledgments -- References.

This volume includes six varied contributions to the study of visual ethics in organizations. The implications of our visual world for organizational life and personal behaviour have received scant research attention. This volume sets out to address that lack of research.

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