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Educating For Ethical Survival Vol: 24

Michael Schwartz
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia

Charmayne Highfield
Chartered Accountant Independent Scholar

Hugh Breakey
Griffith University, Australia

Howard Harris
University of South Australia, Australia


Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781800432536
Published:
04 Dec 2020
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
264 pages - 152 x 229mm
Series:
Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations
Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations (REIO) is a double-blind, peer-reviewed series that publishes rigorous academic research into organizational ethics from a wide variety of disciplinary perspectives.  

In this volume, Educating for Ethical Survival, a special section focuses on the challenges of teaching ethics to practically minded students, aiming to make the task of teaching applied ethics more tractable and constructive. Further contributions explore a range of aspects of ethical survival. Topics covered include: 
  • propensity to moral disengagement 
  • ability to survive ethically amid discord 
  • finding ethical survival globally 
  • ethical survival of students  
  • content of social ethics courses 
  • why reflection is important in personal learning as a global citizen. 
Suited for professionals, educators and researchers, this book poses questions about the nature of ethical survival in a rapidly changing world and about the role of ethics in organizations.
Chapter 1. Educating For Ethical Survival; Michael Schwartz, Howard Harris, Charmayne Highfield & Hugh Breakey 
Chapter 2. Propensity To Morally Disengage: The Malevont Leader Dyad Of Andrew Carnegie And Henry Frick; Brandon Randolph-Seng, Milorad Novicevic, Kendra Ingram & Foster Roberts 
Chapter 3. Using Ethics Of Governance To Sooth Tensions On Strategic Intent: Artfully Managing An Age Old Source Of War In Organizations; Timothy F. O’Shannassy 
Chapter 4. Peace And The Planet: Finding Our Way Back; Janine Pierce 
Chapter 5. Farewell To The Boasting Of Posting: Encouraging Modesty On Social Media; Debra R. Comer & Michael Schwartz 
Chapter 6. What Should Be Taught In Courses On Social Ethics?; Alan Tapper 
Chapter 7. The Role Of Reflection In Learning At Higher Education; Theodora Issa, Tomayess Issa, Rohini Balapumi, Lydia Maketo & Umera Imtinan 
Chapter 8. Incorporating Philosophical Theory, Ethical Decision-Making Models And Multidimensional Legitimacy Into Practical Ethics Education; Hugh Breakey 
Chapter 9. What Constitutes Good Ethical Decision-Making?; Joseph Naimo 
Chapter 10. Teaching Ethical Theory And Developing Moral Competence; Howard Harris 
Chapter 11. Rethinking The Content Of Ethics Education Courses; Glenn Martin 
Chapter 12. Teaching Applied Ethics To Local Government Managers: The Appeal—And Possible Peril—Of Moore’s (1995) Public Value Creation; Bligh Grant 
Chapter 13. Teaching Bioethics To Scientists; Andrew Crowden & Matthew Gildersleeve 
Chapter 14. Teaching Legal Ethics: Reflections On The Value Of Considering Purposes; Robin Tapper 
Chapter 15. Nursing Ethics In A Changing World; Leila Toiviainen 
Chapter 16. Ethics Education For Aspiring Professional Accountants; Charmayne Highfield
Michael Schwartz is an Associate Professor of Business Ethics in the School of Economics, Finance & Marketing at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. 

Charmayne Highfield has over 15 years of hands-on experience in curriculum development and delivery to professionals in Australia and Singapore and experience as a manager in both public and private spheres.  

Hugh Breakey is President of the Australian Association of Professional and Applied Ethics. He is a Senior Research Fellow in moral philosophy at Griffith University’s Institute for Ethics, Governance & Law. 

Howard Harris is an Associate Professor at the University of South Australia. His research interests include the relevance of traditional virtues in contemporary management.

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