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The Business Ethics Workshop, v. 1.0
- By: James Brusseau
- Version: 1.0
- Pub Date: August 2011
- eISBN: 978-1-4533-2735-7
- Pages: 415
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Table of Contents:
- About the Author
- Chapter 1: What Is Business Ethics?
- Chapter 2: Theories of Duties and Rights: Traditional Tools for Making Decisions in Business When the Means Justify the Ends
- Chapter 3: Theories of Consequence Ethics: Traditional Tools for Making Decisions in Business when the Ends Justify the Means
- Chapter 4: Theories Responding to the Challenge of Cultural Relativism
- Chapter 5: Employee’s Ethics: What’s the Right Job for Me?
- Chapter 6: Employee’s Ethics: Getting a Job, Getting a Promotion, Leaving
- Chapter 7: Employee’s Ethics: Making the Best of the Job You Have as You Get from 9 to 5
- Chapter 8: Manager’s Ethics: Getting, Promoting, and Firing Workers
- Chapter 9: Manager’s Ethics: Deciding on a Corporate Culture and Making It Work
- Chapter 10: The Tense Office: Discrimination, Victimization, and Affirmative Action
- Chapter 11: The Aroused Office: Sex and Drugs at Work
- Chapter 12: The Selling Office: Advertising and Consumer Protection
- Chapter 13: The Responsible Office: Corporations and Social Responsibility
- Chapter 14: The Green Office: Economics and the Environment
- Chapter 15: The Domination Office: The Star System and Labor Unions
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About This Textbook:
The Business Ethics Workshop by James Brusseau focuses on reality and engagement. Students respond to examples and contemporary cases that touch on their own anxieties, desires and aspirations, and this textbook drives that without sacrificing intellectual gravity. It incites student interest and gets to the core of ethical issues.
While many ethics textbooks are burdened with staid discussions of problems faced by IBM executives in the 1980s and similar, those examples may have nothing to do with your students experiences and interests. James, on the other hand, touches on:
> Tom’s Shoes, the social cause juggernaut
> Blogs written by young entrepreneurs in the fashion industry
> The DNA testing of baseball prospects to predict future performance
> The divergent career objectives of the rock band Nirvana’s members
> The Miami police officer working part time as a drug dealer
> The Bernie Madoff fraud
> Chippendales as a career choice
> Workplace ethics at youth trendsetter American Apparel
> An internet message board discussion of CD pirating, both the techniques and the ethics
> Eddy Lepp’s Rastafarian church and farm in California
> The College Board and the economics of the SATs
This textbook comes with the following materials that you can use in your classroom.Test Item File
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A PowerPoint presentation highlighting key learning objectives and the main concepts for each chapter are available for you to use in your classroom. You can either cut and paste sections or use the presentation as a whole
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