Ethics, Values and Civil Society.
By: Cohen, Stephen.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations: Publisher: Bradford : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2013Description: 1 online resource (300 p.).ISBN: 9781781907696.Subject(s): Civil society | Ethics | ValuesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Ethics, Values and Civil SocietyDDC classification: 174.4 LOC classification: BV4596.B8 .C394 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Editorial Board; List of Contributors; About the Authors; Foreword to issue: Some thoughts on our debt to both the invisible and the unknown; Introduction to the selected papers from the 19th annual AAPAE Conference; Trust Me, I'm a Professional: Exploring the conditions and implications of trust for the professions; Introduction; Trust and reliance; Professions; Normative Contours of Professions: Act One; Normative Contours of Professions: Act Two; Professional Commitment and Conscience; Denouement; A final note about what's at stake; Notes; References
The nexus of employee safety, professional integrity and ethics: Applying stakeholder theory to university researchersIntroduction; An important safety issue; An important ethical issue; Stakeholder theory and employee risk; Conceptual framework; Concluding discussion; References; Australian Business Leadership and the Promotion of Civil Society in China; Introduction; Business ethics and the unjust regime; Churchill's May 1940 Decision; Philosophy and History; 'A Framework'; Being Unreasonable; Back to Berlin; References
The world of news since the end of The News of the World: Journalism Ethics and the Spirit of CapitalismRegulatory instruments and inquiries; Australia: The Australian Press Council; Australia: The Australian communications and media authority (ACMA); The convergence review; The Finkelstein review; A fit and proper person?; Conclusion: Return to self-regulation; References; Politics of the New Pathway to Organ Donation; Introduction; Conclusions; References; Values-Based Approach to Ethical Culture: A Case Study; Introduction; Organization theory (OT) and its link to ethical culture
Organizational ethics frameworks and organizational structureCompliance versus values approaches to developing ethical culture; Key features in the development of ethical cultures; Research methodology; The hospital case - discussion and analysis; Organizational mission and values imparting ethical practice; Value: Compassion; Value: Integrity; Value: Courage; Value: Respect; Behavioural standards; Development of values and behavioural guidelines; Communication; Analysis of impact; Links to literature; Orientation; Analysis of impact; Links to literature; Training and development
Analysis of impactLinks to literature; Support mechanisms; Analysis of impact; Links to literature; Conclusion; References; Strengthening the ethics of hospitality-tourism practice and pedagogy: An expressive approach to study workers' lived experience; Introduction to the study; Situational background to this study; Introduction to the philosophy of phenomenology and hermeneutics and expressive approach; An example of practical application of the expressive approach; Summary and conclusion; References
Theorising Ethical Decision Making process for Research in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Australia
The purpose of the series is to explore the central and unique role of organizational ethics in creating and sustaining a pluralistic, free enterprise economy. The primary goal of the research studies published here is to examine how profit seeking and not for profit organizations can be conceived and designed to satisfy legitimate human needs in an ethical and meaningful way. Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations encourages authors to submit rigorous research studies (essayistic or empirical) from a wide variety of academic perspectives including (but not limited to) business management
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