The Ethical Professor : A Practical Guide to Research, Teaching and Professional Life.
By: Eden, Lorraine.
Contributor(s): Lund Dean, Kathy | Vaaler, Paul M.Material type: TextPublisher: Milton : Routledge, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (245 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781351049412.Subject(s): College teaching-Moral and ethical aspects | College teachers-Professional ethics | Social sciences-Study and teaching (Higher)-Moral and ethical aspectsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Ethical Professor : A Practical Guide to Research, Teaching and Professional LifeDDC classification: 174.9378125 Online resources: Click here to view book
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- List of Illustrations -- 1. Introduction -- You're on Your Way... -- Purpose and Scope -- Who Should Read This Book -- Who We Are -- Looking Back: From the Academy of Management's "The Ethicist" to This Book -- Unique Features of This Book -- How This Book Can Be Used -- An Invitation -- Acknowledgments -- Note -- PART I: Ethics and Research -- 2. Twenty Questions: Ethical Research Dilemmas and PhD -- An Overview -- Introduction to the 20 Cases -- Entry/Admissions to the PhD Program -- Research Projects -- Dissertation Stage -- Post-Dissertation -- Note -- 3. Research Pitfalls for New Entrants to the Academy -- New Entrants to the Academy -- Liability of Foreignness -- New Entrants to the Academy: Insights from Liability of Foreignness -- Mitigating Liability of Foreignness in the Academy -- Discussion questions -- Notes -- References -- 4. Scientists Behaving Badly: Insights from the Fraud Triangle -- Discussion questions -- Note -- References and Additional Reading -- 5. Slicing and Dicing: Ex Ante Approaches -- Case Example -- The Problem -- Ex Ante Approaches -- Recap -- Discussion Questions -- Notes -- References and Additional Reading -- 6. Slicing and Dicing: Ex Post Approaches -- Introduction -- Case Example -- Ex Post Approaches 1: Software Solutions -- Ex Post Approaches 2: COPE to the Rescue -- Ex Post Approaches 3: Education -- Discussion Questions -- Notes -- References and Additional Reading -- 7. Retraction: Mistake or Misconduct? -- Introduction -- Why Are Journal Articles Retracted - Mistake or Misconduct? -- Retractions in Business and Management Journals -- Examples of Retraction Statements -- Discussion Questions -- Notes -- References and Additional Reading -- 8. Double-Blind Review in the Age of Google and PowerPoint -- Introduction.
Case Examples -- The Benefits of Double-Blind Review -- Problems with Double-Blind Review -- Editorial Policy Options -- Going beyond Journal Codes of Ethics -- Discussion Questions -- Notes -- References and Additional Reading -- 9. Ethics in Research Scenarios: What Would You Do? -- What Are Ethical Scenarios? -- The Davis-Madsen Ethical Scenarios -- References and Additional Reading -- 10. Thought Leader: Michael A. Hitt on Ethics in Research -- Thought Leaders -- Michael A. Hitt: A Brief Introduction -- Question: What are some of the challenges of managing a team of authors involved in a multi-paper project? -- Question: Do multi-author multi-paper research projects generate any different types of ethical dilemmas compared with single-author and/or single-paper projects? -- Question: Can the order of authors on a paper be an ethical issue? -- Question: What about managing the sequencing of projects? -- Question: What are some of the ethical dilemmas involved as a senior professor chairing PhD dissertations and subsequent publications out of that dissertation? -- Question: Do you have any last piece of advice for junior scholars? -- Discussion Questions -- Note -- References and Additional Reading -- PART II: Ethics and Teaching -- 11. Beyond Course Content: Ethical Dilemmas in Teaching -- Teaching Dilemmas -- Discussion Questions -- References and Additional Reading -- 12. Teaching and Ethics: A Critical Incident -- Discussion Questions -- References and Additional Reading -- 13. Peer Pressure or, I Thought I Was out of High School -- Discussion Questions -- References and Additional Reading -- 14. Teaching versus Preaching: Conversational Ethics in the Classroom -- Discussion Questions -- References and Additional Reading -- 15. My Students Want to Friend Me! Boundaries and Relationships with Social Networks -- Social Networking -- Boundaries.
Roles and Expectations -- Are We Caring, or Intruding, or... -- Discussion Questions -- Resources -- References and Additional Reading -- 16. What Do We Do When Students Despair? Considering Pedagogical Caring -- Discussion Questions -- References and Additional Reading -- 17. From Content to Relationship -- The Ethics of Value -- Learning through Relationship, Gen Ys and Beyond -- Helping Each Other -- Discussion Questions -- References and Additional Reading -- 18. It's Not Just Rate My Professor Anymore! Ethics and Student Evaluations -- Focus Considerations: Internal versus External -- A Special Case -- Evaluation and Support Focus: Flexibility versus Control -- Staying at the Table -- The Ethics of the "Now What?" -- Moving Ahead -- Discussion Questions -- References and Additional Reading -- 19. Student Recommendations: To Give, or Not to Give, That Is the Question -- The Student Requesting the Recommendation was a Poor Classroom Performer -- We Don't Know the Student Well Enough to Make a Candid Recommendation -- The Student Is Annoying and We Really Dislike Her/Him -- The Student Had Average, or Unremarkable Performance -- The Long-Ago Graduated Student Finds You Again, Requesting a Recommendation -- A Student Wants an Electronic "Blanket" or Generalized Recommendation, Such as Those Found on LinkedIn -- Dicey Legal Issues with Recommendations, Particularly FERPA -- How About a Cultural Interpretive Difference? -- Why Risk It? -- Discussion Questions -- References and Additional Reading -- 20. Thought Leader: Robert A. Giacalone on "Broken When -- Robert A. Giacalone: A Brief Introduction -- Broken When Entering -- The Costs of Ethical Behavior -- Afterthoughts: Here's Why We Are Hopeful -- Discussion Questions -- References and Additional Reading -- PART III: Ethics in Professional Life -- 21. Codes and Conflicts of Interest -- Introduction.
Conflicts of Interest: So What? -- What Can We Do? Disclosure + -- What Can Our Organizations Do? -- What's Right for You and Your Organization? -- Discussion Questions -- References and Additional Reading -- 22. When Is a Job Offer Really a Job Offer in the Academy? -- 'Tis the (Challenging) Season of Offering -- The Offer: What, Which, and How? -- Some Ethics of Offer Fairness -- So When Is a Job Offer Really a Job Offer in Academia? -- Discussion Questions -- Note -- References and Additional Reading -- 23. Attending Professional Meetings -- Showing Up -- What's Right (and Wrong) for You (and Us) in a Professional Meeting? -- The No-Show Problem -- Setting Examples: In Person and Electronically, from the Top Down and the Bottom Up -- Intellectual Ginbura -- Professional Obligations, Not Merely Etiquette -- Discussion Questions -- References and Additional Reading -- 24. Peer Reviewing -- Incredible Generosity -- Peer Review in Publication and Professional Life -- Peer Reviewers: Democratic, Representative, and Motivated by... -- Peer Reviewer Overfishing -- Two Ideas: Less Rains, More Recognition -- Discussion Questions -- References and Additional Reading -- 25. Managing University Service Work -- Why We Don't Say "No" More Often -- What Were You Thinking? -- How FAR to Go with University Service -- Two Ideas for Managing Service Work: A Handy List and a Yes-if Policy -- Discussion Questions -- Note -- References and Additional Reading -- 26. Tribalism -- A Great Paper from "Outsiders" -- Disciplinary Tribalism -- Crossing Tribal Lines: Individually and Collectively -- Your Tribe, but Also Your Career -- Discussion Questions -- References and Additional Reading -- 27. Outside Appointments -- The Producers' Problem -- It's Nice Outside -- But Will You Miss Library Committee Meetings? -- It's a Hit! And It's Mine (Not Yours).
Two Guides: Make Forward and Be Forward -- Discussion Questions -- References and Additional Reading -- 28. Consulting -- Purists, Industrialists, and Opportunists: All Potential Consultants -- Why Faculty Consult: To Bridge a Gap without Falling into One -- For the Opportunist: REPA What You Sow -- For the Industrialist: Putting the University First -- For the Purist: Protecting Academic Freedom -- Wait for Tenure -- Discussion Questions -- References and Additional Reading -- 29. Media Engagement -- Lost and Found in Translation -- Why Us? -- Media Time and Timing Issues -- Recognizing the Public Intellectual... -- and a Call for (More) Engaged Scholarship -- Discussion Questions -- Notes -- References and Additional Reading -- 30. Thought Leader: Andrew H. Van de Ven on Ethics and Professional Life -- Andrew H. (Andy) Van de Ven: A Brief Introduction -- Question: Maybe we could define professional life as that part ofan academic's career, aside from research and teaching, devotedto service on behalf of her home academic institution and hervarious academic associations. Tell us about professional life whenyou embarked on your career at the University of Wisconsin inthe early 1970s -- Question: How would you advise a young doctoral student tothink about how best to prioritize their time among engagement,teaching and discovery activities? And how about the newlymintedassistant professor? -- Question: You have given talks about your own approach tocombining engagement with teaching and discovery. You haveshared, for example, going on a visit to China to meet withexecutives at a large electronics firm. You invited your graduatestudents to come along to China and the meetings. Quite a fieldtrip. That's not the first time you've done that, is it?.
Question: Talk more about how you prioritize your timebetween engagement in university and professional serviceand discovery - research.
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