Business Education and Training: A Value-Laden Process: Instilling Values in the Educational Process / Edition 3

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Overview

Co-published with the Oxford Philosophy Trust, this third volume of collected papers focuses on the moral and ethical concerns and theological reflections encountered in professional training. Essential for those involved in the instruction and training of other professionals.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761805731
  • Publisher: University Press of America
  • Publication date: 11/27/1996
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 352
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Ethics and the Development of Work: The Central Maintenance Computer Case 1
Ch. 2 Too Many Cooks Spoil the Stew - Ethical Preparation of Interdisciplinary Professionals 13
Ch. 3 Value Conflict in "Competence-Based" Training Initiatives 21
Ch. 4 Knowing One's Place: The Professional's Need for an Education in the Ecology of Practice 37
Ch. 5 Integrating Ethics Into Technical Courses: An Experiment in Its Fifth Year 53
Ch. 6 Management as a Vocation: Towards a People-Centered Profession of Management 67
Ch. 7 A Theory of Business Development 89
Ch. 8 Values and Conflicts in the Training of Physiotherapists 121
Ch. 9 The Dynamic Nature of Ethical Issues and Its Implications for Training Today's Business Students 129
Ch. 10 If It's Not Hurting, It's Not Working 139
Ch. 11 Imparting Social Values Through Literature: A Challenge to Legal Training 169
Ch. 12 Christian Social Thought and Management Education 185
Ch. 13 The Benefits of Using a Competence-Based Approach in the Education of New Teachers: Fact Or Fiction? 201
Ch. 14 Some Value Conflicts Experiences by Women in the Workplace 219
Ch. 15 Professional Attitudes, Judgment and Confidentiality: Tensions in School-Linked Services 235
Ch. 16 First Year Transitions from the Law School to the Courtroom: A Paradigm of Value and Ethical Conflicts Faced by New Professionals and Their Educators 249
Ch. 17 Ancient Sources of Conflicting Values in Professional Education: Plato 269
Ch. 18 The Common Good and the Purpose of the Firm: A Critique of the Shareholder and Stockholder Models from the Catholic Social Tradition 277
Ch. 19 Why Philosophize About Conduct? Or What Became of Unjust Discourse? 299
Ch. 20 Social Markets and Language Games: The Evolution of Vocational Training in England and Wales 315
Ch. 21 An Analysis of Educational Needs Among Sales Professionals in a Multi-National Nutrition Company 331
Index 341
About the Author 345
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