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
04 Dec 2020
Emerald Publishing Limited
200 pages - 152 x 229mm
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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