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Business Ethics Through Movies : A Case Study Approach

By: Teays, Wanda.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Somerset : Wiley, 2015Description: 1 online resource (316 p.).ISBN: 9781118941911.Subject(s): Business ethics in literature | Business ethics in motion pictures | Business ethicsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Business Ethics Through Movies : A Case Study ApproachDDC classification: 174.4 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction to the Text -- A Case Study Approach -- The Focus of this Text -- The Structure of this Text -- A Note for Students -- A Word for Instructors -- Unit 1 Moral Navigation: Business Ethics and Society -- Chapter 1.1 Tools for the Journey -- Using Movies in Business Ethics -- The Value of Film in Business Ethics -- Overview of the Ethical Territory -- Key Functions of Metaethics -- Tackling Cases in Business Ethics -- Case Study Checklist A Guide to Ethical Decision Making -- Applying the Checklist: A Hijacking
Putting the Checklist to Work -- Ethics Codes -- Exercise -- Tools of Analysis -- Mapping Arguments -- Works Cited -- Note -- Chapter 1.2 The Moral Compass: Business Ethics and Society -- CASE STUDY: The Poisoned Painkillers -- Exercise -- SPOTLIGHT: Michael Clayton -- Moral Agency and Assigning Responsibility -- Components of Moral Agency -- Exercise -- ETHICS CODE: Johnson & Johnson -- Exercise -- Works Cited -- Chapter 1.3 Show Me The Money: Greed Is Not Good -- Capitalism: Marx on Greed -- CASE STUDY 1: Martha Stewart and Insider Trading -- Exercise -- SPOTLIGHT: Wall Street
Ethical Framework: Rawls' Justice Theory -- Rawls Three Principles -- SPOTLIGHT: Big Men -- CASE STUDY 2: Costco and the Tainted Berries -- ETHICS CODE: Costco -- Exercise -- Works Cited -- Chapter 1.4 Talk to Me: The Impact of Technology -- SPOTLIGHT: Her -- Aristotle's Model of Deconstruction -- CASE STUDY 1: Edward Snowden and the NSA -- Exercise -- SPOTLIGHT: The Net and Disconnect -- CASE STUDY 2: Target's Data Breach -- CASE STUDY 3: Target and Online Tracking -- ETHICS CODE: Yahoo! -- Exercise -- Works Cited -- Unit 2 Moral Leadership: Ethical Theory
Chapter 2.1 Aerial Surveillance: Ethical Theory -- Moral Agency -- SPOTLIGHT: The Insider -- Applying the Theories -- Ross's Prima Facie Duties -- Works Cited -- Chapter 2.2 The Ends Justify the Means: Teleological Ethics -- Ethical Framework: Ethical Egoism -- SPOTLIGHT: Contagion -- Ethical Framework: Moral and Cultural Relativism -- SPOTLIGHT: Park Avenue: Money, Power and the American Dream and Blue Jasmine -- Ethical Framework: Utilitarianism -- Exercise -- CASE STUDY: The Ford Pinto -- Exercise -- ETHICS CODE: Ford Motor Company -- Exercise -- Works Cited
Chapter 2.3 Duties Rule: Deontological Ethics -- Ethical Framework: Deontological Ethics -- SPOTLIGHT: Shattered Glass -- Exercise -- ETHICS CODE: NPR (National Public Radio) -- SPOTLIGHT: Quiz Show -- Exercise -- Ethical Framework: W.D. Ross's Prima Facie Duties -- CASE STUDY 1: Beech-Nut's Apple Juice -- CASE STUDY 2: The No-Lemon Juice Lemonade -- Exercise -- SPOTLIGHT: Food, Inc. -- CASE STUDY 3: Salmonella and Foster Farms' Chickens -- ETHICS CODE: Dole Foods -- Exercise -- Works Cited -- Chapter 2.4 Moral Character: Virtue Ethics -- Ethical Framework: Virtue Ethics -- SPOTLIGHT: Roger & Me
ETHICS CODE: GM's Corporate Citizenship
Summary: Business Ethics Through Movies: A Case Study Approach examines a wide range of ethical dilemmas, principles and moral reasoning that arise in contemporary business through a series of popular films and real-world case studies. Engages readers in learning about ethical theory by using movies and both national and international case studies in business as the vehicle for analysis and reflection Facilitates comprehension of ethical issues by showing how characters in films confront issues, make choices, and face the consequences Draws from a varie
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Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction to the Text -- A Case Study Approach -- The Focus of this Text -- The Structure of this Text -- A Note for Students -- A Word for Instructors -- Unit 1 Moral Navigation: Business Ethics and Society -- Chapter 1.1 Tools for the Journey -- Using Movies in Business Ethics -- The Value of Film in Business Ethics -- Overview of the Ethical Territory -- Key Functions of Metaethics -- Tackling Cases in Business Ethics -- Case Study Checklist A Guide to Ethical Decision Making -- Applying the Checklist: A Hijacking

Putting the Checklist to Work -- Ethics Codes -- Exercise -- Tools of Analysis -- Mapping Arguments -- Works Cited -- Note -- Chapter 1.2 The Moral Compass: Business Ethics and Society -- CASE STUDY: The Poisoned Painkillers -- Exercise -- SPOTLIGHT: Michael Clayton -- Moral Agency and Assigning Responsibility -- Components of Moral Agency -- Exercise -- ETHICS CODE: Johnson & Johnson -- Exercise -- Works Cited -- Chapter 1.3 Show Me The Money: Greed Is Not Good -- Capitalism: Marx on Greed -- CASE STUDY 1: Martha Stewart and Insider Trading -- Exercise -- SPOTLIGHT: Wall Street

Ethical Framework: Rawls' Justice Theory -- Rawls Three Principles -- SPOTLIGHT: Big Men -- CASE STUDY 2: Costco and the Tainted Berries -- ETHICS CODE: Costco -- Exercise -- Works Cited -- Chapter 1.4 Talk to Me: The Impact of Technology -- SPOTLIGHT: Her -- Aristotle's Model of Deconstruction -- CASE STUDY 1: Edward Snowden and the NSA -- Exercise -- SPOTLIGHT: The Net and Disconnect -- CASE STUDY 2: Target's Data Breach -- CASE STUDY 3: Target and Online Tracking -- ETHICS CODE: Yahoo! -- Exercise -- Works Cited -- Unit 2 Moral Leadership: Ethical Theory

Chapter 2.1 Aerial Surveillance: Ethical Theory -- Moral Agency -- SPOTLIGHT: The Insider -- Applying the Theories -- Ross's Prima Facie Duties -- Works Cited -- Chapter 2.2 The Ends Justify the Means: Teleological Ethics -- Ethical Framework: Ethical Egoism -- SPOTLIGHT: Contagion -- Ethical Framework: Moral and Cultural Relativism -- SPOTLIGHT: Park Avenue: Money, Power and the American Dream and Blue Jasmine -- Ethical Framework: Utilitarianism -- Exercise -- CASE STUDY: The Ford Pinto -- Exercise -- ETHICS CODE: Ford Motor Company -- Exercise -- Works Cited

Chapter 2.3 Duties Rule: Deontological Ethics -- Ethical Framework: Deontological Ethics -- SPOTLIGHT: Shattered Glass -- Exercise -- ETHICS CODE: NPR (National Public Radio) -- SPOTLIGHT: Quiz Show -- Exercise -- Ethical Framework: W.D. Ross's Prima Facie Duties -- CASE STUDY 1: Beech-Nut's Apple Juice -- CASE STUDY 2: The No-Lemon Juice Lemonade -- Exercise -- SPOTLIGHT: Food, Inc. -- CASE STUDY 3: Salmonella and Foster Farms' Chickens -- ETHICS CODE: Dole Foods -- Exercise -- Works Cited -- Chapter 2.4 Moral Character: Virtue Ethics -- Ethical Framework: Virtue Ethics -- SPOTLIGHT: Roger & Me

ETHICS CODE: GM's Corporate Citizenship

Business Ethics Through Movies: A Case Study Approach examines a wide range of ethical dilemmas, principles and moral reasoning that arise in contemporary business through a series of popular films and real-world case studies. Engages readers in learning about ethical theory by using movies and both national and international case studies in business as the vehicle for analysis and reflection Facilitates comprehension of ethical issues by showing how characters in films confront issues, make choices, and face the consequences Draws from a varie

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<p> Wanda Teays is Professor of Philosophy and Ethics at Mount Saint Mary's University in Los Angeles, where she is also Chair of the Philosophy Department. She is the author or editor of numerous books and articles on ethics, global justice, and critical reasoning, including Seeing the Light: Exploring Ethics Through Movies; Global Bioethics and Human Rights: Contemporary Issues; Bioethics, Justice and Health Care; and Second Thoughts: Critical Thinking for a Diverse Society .</p>

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