Business Education and Training: A Value-Laden Process: Education and Value Conflict / Edition 1

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Co-published with the Oxford Philosophy Trust, this first volume in a new series represents the work of the International Conference on Social Values. This volume focuses on education as a separate discipline and addresses the issues such as teacher training, corporate-business school partnerships, and the ethical behavior of academics in their roles as experts in litigation.

Author Biography: Samuel M. Natale is Arend J. Sandbulte Professor in Management and Ethics at the College of Scholastica, Duluth, MN and Visiting Fellow at the Kellogg College, University of Oxford, England.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761805687
  • Publisher: University Press of America
  • Publication date: 12/5/1996
  • Series: Business Education and Training Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 304
  • Product dimensions: 6.18 (w) x 9.26 (h) x 0.86 (d)

Meet the Author

Samuel M. Natale is Arend J. Sandbulte Professor in Management and Ethics at the College of Scholastica, Duluth, MN and Visiting Fellow at the Kellogg College, University of Oxford, England.
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Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Changing Student Teacher Values With Respect to Business and Industry 1
Ch. 2 Admissions Processes into Canadian Master of Social Work Programmes in the 1990s 17
Ch. 3 Organizational Paradigms and Environmental Outcomes: A Theoretical Model for Socioecological Responsibility 29
Ch. 4 "Virtue Based Ethics" - A Unifying Moral Framework for the Physician-Patient Relationship 49
Ch. 5 The Professions and Management, Values and Virtues 75
Ch. 6 Why Liberal Education? Social Value and Personal Value 87
Ch. 7 Value Issues in Educating Business Decision Professionals 99
Ch. 8 Learning to Read the Signs: Reclaiming Pragmatism for American Business and Education 121
Ch. 9 Why Is There So Much Corruption in India? 135
Ch. 10 Values and Conflicts in Training of Professional Psychologists 151
Ch. 11 An Exploration of Differing Social Values Concerning the Education and Training of Nurses for Professional Nursing Practice 157
Ch. 12 The Philosophy of the Professional Activity: Illusions and Paradoxes 175
Ch. 13 Values and Conflicts in the Training of Professionals 187
Ch. 14 The Multiple Uses of Law in Teaching Ethics to Medical Students 203
Ch. 15 "A Good Student Is One Who's Nice to Me and Nice to My Weans": An Exploration of the Relationship Between Supervising Teacher and Student on School Experience in the Primary School 215
Ch. 16 Dual Relationships: Implications for Developing Professionals 233
Ch. 17 Teachers', Parents' and Students' Perceptions of School Headteachers and a Proposal for a New Training Approach for School Administrators - A Malaysian Case Study 267
Ch. 18 Values as Rhetoric: The Case of Social Work 285
Ch. 19 The Dilemma of U.S. Education: A Procrustean Bed Hypothesis 297
Index 305
About the Author 311
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