Teaching Moral Responsibility within Organizations: Are We Doing What We Should?

TitleTeaching Moral Responsibility within Organizations: Are We Doing What We Should?
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2004
AuthorsDavis, M
JournalBusiness and Professional Ethics Journal
Volume23
Pagination77-91
Publication Languageeng
AbstractThis article evaluates a family of criticism of how business and professional ethics is now generally taught: Teachers of those devote too much time to individual decisions and not enough time to social context. There are at least six version of this criticism. While all six point to subjects worth teaching, there is neither much reason to believe that any of them are now absent from the courses in question nor an obvious way to decide whether they are now being given their due. What we have here is a dispute about how much is enough – without a measure of "enough".
NotesCover Date: FALL 2004.Source Info: 23(3), 77-91. Language: English. Journal Announcement: 40-3. Subject: CULTURE; EDUCATION; ETHICS; LAW; MORAL RESPONSIBILITY; TEACHING. Update Code: 20090226.
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