Business Education And Training / Edition 4

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Overview

Co-published with the Oxford Philosophy Trust, this volume is part of an ongoing series representing the work of the International Conference on Social Values. The concerns raised in these papers center around the underlying philosophy and the assumptions they make about human nature and the relation of the individual to others and to the state. This collection reflects an ongoing dialogue with values, education, enterprise and the post modern mind.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761810025
  • Publisher: The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group Inc
  • Publication date: 3/19/1998
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 350
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 0.81 (d)

Meet the Author

Samuel M. Natale is Professor of Strategic Management at Adelphi University as well as Senior Research Associate, Department of Educational Studies, University of Oxford, England. Anthony F. Libertella is Dean, School of Business, Adelphi University.
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Acknowledgments Chapter 3 Cultural Adaptations for Hispanic Students in Higher Education Chapter 4 Declining Participation in an Expanding System: The Case of Construction-Related Higher Education Courses in the United Kingdom Chapter 5 Emerging Archetypal Perspectives on University Governance: New Conceptual Understandings About the Role of Universities Chapter 6 Proposed Ethics for Managing Endowments of Eleemosynary Institutions Chapter 7 The Values of Business Education and Working Life From a Gender Viewpoint Chapter 8 Uncovering the Values Driving Business Practitioner and Student Strategies: The Case for Pathfinder Pragmatic Inquiry Chapter 9 Paying for Tuition at the Higher Educational Level, A Contribution to the Ethical Debate Chapter 10 Perspectives on Cults as Affected by the September 11th Tragedy Chapter 11 Global or Provincial? Different Models of Part-Time Degree Studies at Major University in England and Wale and Their Accessibility for Prospective Students Chapter 12 Integrative Partnership: Rationale and Model Chapter 13 Corporate Control Through Corporate Culture: Prospects and Problems Chapter 14 Walking the Humanities into the Marketplace: A Communicative Call Chapter 15 Advertising: Storytelling in the Marketplace of the 21st Century Chapter 16 Rhetoric and the Marketplace: Recalling Adam Smith's Model of Rhetorical Studies Chapter 17 Two Sides to the Story: Women's and Men's Views on the Difficulties Women Face in Accessing Directorships Chapter 18 Can Professors Learn in the Classroom? Team Teaching Conflict Management Skills Chapter 19 Building Strategic Technology Alliances for teaching and Learning Chapter 20 Leadership and Ethics in the 21st Century Chapter 21 Corporating Education Taken to Another Degree Chapter 22 A New Model for Learning and Innovation in the Healthcare Industry: The Center for Learning and Innovation of the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System Chapter 23 Self-Ratings and Expectations of the U.S. President, Ideal Physician, and Ideal Automechanic Chapter 24 Emotional Intelligence: Applications for Education and Business Chapter 25 A Teaching Model: Controlling Violence by Building Character and Self Esteem Through Creative Thinking, Music and Poetry Chapter 26 The Neuropsychology of Aggressive Behavior: An Introductory Overview Chapter 27 A Psychological Day of Compulsive Gambling Chapter 28 Psychological Blindness, Transcendent Vision, and Reduced Violence Chapter 29 What Does It Mean to Orient Oneself in Thinking? The New Old Crisis of the University From a Continental Perspective Chapter 30 Ways of Knowing- Confucian and Daoist Perspectives Chapter 31 The Role of Culture in Radical Change Chapter 32 Selling Change Inside Organizations: Value-Based Techniques for Middle Managers Chapter 33 Maturity and Leadership: Defining Qualities of Society Chapter 34 About the Authors Chapter 35 About the Editors
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