Achieving Ethical Excellence.
By: Schwartz, Michael.
Contributor(s): Harris, Howard | Tapper, Alan.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations: Publisher: Bradford : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2014Description: 1 online resource (202 p.).ISBN: 9781784412463.Subject(s): Business ethics | Professional ethics | Sports -- Moral and ethical aspectsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Achieving Ethical ExcellenceDDC classification: 174.4 LOC classification: HF5387 .S384 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Achieving Ethical Excellence; Copyright page; Contents; Editorial Board; List of Contributors; About the Authors; Introduction to Selected Papers from the 20th Annual AAPAE Conference; Promoting Integrity Integritively: Avoiding the Scylla and Charybdis of Abdication and Zealotry; Integrity and Integritive Action; Integrity, Ethics, and Fidelity to Standards; Geosyllogistic Ethics; Mechanical Jurisprudence; Codes, Again; Three Ps of Academic Integrity; Conclusion; Notes; References; Dividing to Conquer: Using the Separation of Powers to Structure Institutional Inter-Relations
IntroductionThe Separation of Institutional Processes; It Is Efficient for Separate Processes to Perform Distinct Tasks; Separate Institutional Processes Can Constrain Authority; Separate Institutional Processes Prevent the Compromising of Specific Tasks; Section Summation: Separation of Powers Requires Distinct Institutional Processes; The Separation of Personnel; Separate Personnel as a Fetter to Corruptness of Character; Structural Separation and Role-Based Virtues; Section Summation: The Separation of Personnel; Replacing Authority to Avoid Conflicts of Interest
Splitting Authority: Veto, Assent and the 'Coordination Thesis'The Exceptional Nature of the Veto; The 'One Good Apple' Theorem; The Non-Aligned Interests Theorem; The Aligned Legitimate Interests Theorem; The Limited Power of the Veto; Section Summation: Checks and Balances; Balance of Strengths; Vertical Accountability; The Overlapping of Jurisdiction: Federal and Local Governments; Representativeness and Informed Decisions: The Question of Social Diversity; Two Remaining Inter-Relations; The Non-Separation of Personnel; Sheer Messiness; Conclusion: We Separate Only to Reconnect; Notes
ReferencesEnriching Rights: Virtue and Sacrifice in Just War Theory; Introduction; Sacrifice and Risk-Acceptance; Sacrifice and Supererogation; Political Forgiveness; Forgiveness and Proportionality; Conclusion; Notes; Acknowledgements; References; Professional Athletes and Their Duty to be Role Models; Introduction; Role Modelling: Expectations and Intuitions; The Values Implicit in Sport and Athletics; Ethical Reasoning in Sport; Conclusion; References; Ethics and the Art of Sport Governance; Introduction; The AFL's Illicit Drugs Policy in Question
The AFL Commission and Players' Community ResponsibilityThe AFL as a Practice Community; Live Gambling Odds Advertising During Televised Footy Games and Footy Shows; Concluding Remarks; References; Ethics Training for Corporate Boards; Introduction; Why the Board Is Different; Who Is Responsible for Training the Board?; Conceptual Framework; Reflection; Moral Imagination; Courage; How Best to Do the Training; Training for Personal Integrity; Moral Imagination; Courage; Case Studies; Heuristics; Mentors; Reflection; Integrity in Decision Processes; Devil's Advocate Procedures; Conclusion
This volume is a selection of papers from the 20th annual 'Australian Association for Professional and Applied Ethics' Conference. Topics covered include athletes as role models, sports ethics and sports governance, the separation of powers as an integrity mechanism, and virtues in just war theory.
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