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Applied Ethics in the Fractured State.

By: Grant, Bligh.
Contributor(s): Drew, Joseph | Christensen, Helen E.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations Ser: Publisher: Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2018Copyright date: ©2019Description: 1 online resource (148 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781787696013.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Applied Ethics in the Fractured StateDDC classification: 650 LOC classification: HF5387-5387.5Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Applied Ethics in the Fractured State -- RESEARCH IN ETHICAL ISSUES IN ORGANIZATIONS -- Applied Ethics in the Fractured State -- Editorial Board -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Introduction: Applied Ethics in the Fractured State -- Introduction -- Outline of Special Edition -- References -- Chpater 1: Ethics, Roles, and Confucianism -- Introduction -- Three Issues About Roles in Business Ethics -- Role Relativism -- Role Definition -- Role Identification -- Ethical Problems about Roles: Overview -- Roles in Confucianism -- Confucianism and Business Roles -- Roles and Social Life -- Sensitivity to Context -- Roles, Sensitivity, and Integrity -- Implications for the Three Problems -- References -- Chpater 2: The unique perspective on intention (cetanā), ethics, agency, and the self in Buddhism -- Introduction -- Intention (Cetanā) and its Significance -- Kamma and Dependent Origination -- Bhāvanā (Meditation) in Buddhism -- AnattĀ (Non-Self) and the Five Aggregates (KHANDHA) -- The Appeal of Buddhism Today in the West -- Governance, Intention, and Agency in the Digital Age -- Conclusions -- References -- Chpater 3: Rawls, reasonableness, and conscientious objection in health care -- Introduction -- Rawls on Reasonableness -- Reasonableness and Medical Practice -- Robert Card's Account -- A Critique of Card's Account -- Toward an Alternative Rawlsian Account -- Conclusions -- References -- Chpater 4: The Other Side of Euthanasia: a Practice Perspective from Australia -- Introduction -- What is Medicine? -- SIGNS OF CHANGE -- Behavioral Vulnerability to Moral Corruption -- The Life of the Idea -- Concluding Remarks -- References -- Chpater 5: Natural Law, Non-Voluntary Euthanasia, and Public Policy -- Introduction -- Natural Law, PDE, and Non-Voluntary Euthanasia -- A Case Study in Dying -- Principle of Double Effect.
Medical Intervention, Dying, and Non-Voluntary Euthanasia -- Public Policy Remedies -- References -- Chpater 6: When Health Workforce Governance Met Regulatory Capitalism: Australia's National Arrangements for Health Professional Registration and Accreditation -- Introduction -- Regulatory Capitalism -- InstitutionaliZing the legislative blueprint -- An independent regulatory agency? -- Conclusion: Why explore the institutional design of the Scheme? -- References -- Chpater 7: Impact of the National Mutual Acceptance on Research Governance Practices in Victorian Public Healthcare Agencies -- Introduction -- Clinical Trials -- National Mutual Acceptance (NMA) -- The Study Aim -- Conceptual Framework -- Methodology -- Ethical Considerations -- Phase One -- Design of the Survey Instrument -- Pilot -- Survey Sample -- Data Analysis -- Descriptive Analysis of Survey Results -- Coercive Influence -- Mimetic Influence -- Normative Influence -- Do Applicants and Regulators View the NMA Differently? -- Factor Analysis and Regression -- Phase Two -- Legitimacy of the Nma -- Importance of Leadership -- Literature Review -- A Sustainable Future System Requires Consistent Practices -- Study Limitations -- Discussion -- Authority -- NMA as an Isomorphic Influence -- Recommendations -- Conclusions -- References -- Chpater 8: Community Engagement and Professionalization: Emerging Tensions -- Introduction -- Professionalism -- Is Community Engagement a Profession? -- Tensions -- Broader Observations -- References -- Index.
Summary: This book brings together the refereed proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of the Australian Association of Professional and Applied Ethics (AAPAE) 'Applied Ethics in the Fractured State', held at the Institute for Public Policy and Governance, University of Technology Sydney in June 2017.
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Intro -- Applied Ethics in the Fractured State -- RESEARCH IN ETHICAL ISSUES IN ORGANIZATIONS -- Applied Ethics in the Fractured State -- Editorial Board -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Introduction: Applied Ethics in the Fractured State -- Introduction -- Outline of Special Edition -- References -- Chpater 1: Ethics, Roles, and Confucianism -- Introduction -- Three Issues About Roles in Business Ethics -- Role Relativism -- Role Definition -- Role Identification -- Ethical Problems about Roles: Overview -- Roles in Confucianism -- Confucianism and Business Roles -- Roles and Social Life -- Sensitivity to Context -- Roles, Sensitivity, and Integrity -- Implications for the Three Problems -- References -- Chpater 2: The unique perspective on intention (cetanā), ethics, agency, and the self in Buddhism -- Introduction -- Intention (Cetanā) and its Significance -- Kamma and Dependent Origination -- Bhāvanā (Meditation) in Buddhism -- AnattĀ (Non-Self) and the Five Aggregates (KHANDHA) -- The Appeal of Buddhism Today in the West -- Governance, Intention, and Agency in the Digital Age -- Conclusions -- References -- Chpater 3: Rawls, reasonableness, and conscientious objection in health care -- Introduction -- Rawls on Reasonableness -- Reasonableness and Medical Practice -- Robert Card's Account -- A Critique of Card's Account -- Toward an Alternative Rawlsian Account -- Conclusions -- References -- Chpater 4: The Other Side of Euthanasia: a Practice Perspective from Australia -- Introduction -- What is Medicine? -- SIGNS OF CHANGE -- Behavioral Vulnerability to Moral Corruption -- The Life of the Idea -- Concluding Remarks -- References -- Chpater 5: Natural Law, Non-Voluntary Euthanasia, and Public Policy -- Introduction -- Natural Law, PDE, and Non-Voluntary Euthanasia -- A Case Study in Dying -- Principle of Double Effect.

Medical Intervention, Dying, and Non-Voluntary Euthanasia -- Public Policy Remedies -- References -- Chpater 6: When Health Workforce Governance Met Regulatory Capitalism: Australia's National Arrangements for Health Professional Registration and Accreditation -- Introduction -- Regulatory Capitalism -- InstitutionaliZing the legislative blueprint -- An independent regulatory agency? -- Conclusion: Why explore the institutional design of the Scheme? -- References -- Chpater 7: Impact of the National Mutual Acceptance on Research Governance Practices in Victorian Public Healthcare Agencies -- Introduction -- Clinical Trials -- National Mutual Acceptance (NMA) -- The Study Aim -- Conceptual Framework -- Methodology -- Ethical Considerations -- Phase One -- Design of the Survey Instrument -- Pilot -- Survey Sample -- Data Analysis -- Descriptive Analysis of Survey Results -- Coercive Influence -- Mimetic Influence -- Normative Influence -- Do Applicants and Regulators View the NMA Differently? -- Factor Analysis and Regression -- Phase Two -- Legitimacy of the Nma -- Importance of Leadership -- Literature Review -- A Sustainable Future System Requires Consistent Practices -- Study Limitations -- Discussion -- Authority -- NMA as an Isomorphic Influence -- Recommendations -- Conclusions -- References -- Chpater 8: Community Engagement and Professionalization: Emerging Tensions -- Introduction -- Professionalism -- Is Community Engagement a Profession? -- Tensions -- Broader Observations -- References -- Index.

This book brings together the refereed proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of the Australian Association of Professional and Applied Ethics (AAPAE) 'Applied Ethics in the Fractured State', held at the Institute for Public Policy and Governance, University of Technology Sydney in June 2017.

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Bligh Grant is an Associate Professor at the Institute for Public Policy and Governance, University of Technology Sydney, NSW Australia. Joseph Drew , PhD, is a Lecturer at the Institute for Public Policy and Governance, University of Technology Sydney, NSW Australia and Adjunct Professor at the Department of Business Administration, Tokyo Metropolitan University. Helen E. Christensen is an Associate and PhD Candidate at the Institute for Public Policy and Governance, University of Technology Sydney, NSW Australia. She is also a community engagement practitioner.

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