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The Right Choice: Making Ethical Decisions on the Job, 1st edition

  • Jane Ann McLachlan
The Right Choice: Making Ethical Decisions on the Job

ISBN-13: 9780132064965

Includes: Paperback

1st edition

Published by Pearson Canada (February 15th 2008) - Copyright © 2008

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Overview

A practical hands-on ethics book designed for students enrolled in business ethics and professional development courses located primarily in business departments, continuing education and as a service course in humanities

 

This Canadian textbook offers a combination of ethical theory and practical application in the form of discussions and exercises geared to the major ethical issues facing the various professions.  It encourages self-reflection by asking questions and leaving space for answers within the text, and through worksheets for students to fill out.   Because it is a combination textbook-workbook, it is especially suited to students who are hands-on learners and faculty who are looking for an alternative to densely-written texts. 

Table of contents

Table of Contents

 

Introduction

 

Chapter One — Personal Ethics

 

Chapter Two — Ethical Theories: Religion and Reason

 

Chapter Three — Ethical Theories: Deontology and Teleology

 

Chapter Four — Ethical Theories: Social Contracts, Feminist Ethics and Ethical Relativism

 

Chapter Five — Ethical Issues in the Workplace

 

Chapter Six — Ethical Issues Specific to Business, Marketing and Heath Care

 

Chapter Seven — Code of Ethics

 

Chapter Eight — Ethical Decision-Making

 

Chapter Nine — Case Studies and Commentaries

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