Business Education and Training: A Value-Laden Process: New Wine in Old Bottles / Edition 7by Samuel M. Natale
Pub. Date: 04/12/2000
Publisher: University Press of America
Co-published with the Oxford Philosophy Trust, this is the seventh volume in an enlightening series on clashing values in the worlds of business and education. Containing papers co-published with the Oxford Centre for the Study of Values in Education and Business, this volume traces the most recent changes in both areas of study. Through its focus on the latest advances in technology and their impact upon universities and the world market, this work provides insight into current dialogues on values between universities, businesses and technology.
Table of ContentsChapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Acknowledgement Chapter 3 On the Protection of Human Rights in a Global Market Chapter 4 Application of Pragmatic Pathfinder Inquiry Among Business Students at a Woman's College: A Partnership Between Business and Schools Chapter 5 Liberal Education Naturalized: The Facts About Values Chapter 6 Education for Democracy: Personal Development and Political Participation Chapter 7 A School for Wisdom: Ethics, Liberal Arts, and Professionalism Chapter 8 In Reply to the Learned Chapter 9 A Corporate-Wide Mentoring Program to Facilitate Strategic Change Chapter 10 Values and Their Change During Business Education—A Gender Perspective Chapter 11 Standards, Competence and Knowledge: Initial Teacher Training and Business Chapter 12 The Literacy Journey—It Continues Chapter 13 Creating a Linkage between Academia and the Software Development Industry: The Evolution of LISTnet Chapter 14 .edu - .com: Connecting the Dots Chapter 15 Sins of the Father Cast Upon the Daughter: Moral-Economic Parables in the Visual Arts Chapter 16 Caring & the Profession of Law: The Missing Dimensions in Legal Education Chapter 17 The "Subjectivity of Society" and Vocational Relevance Chapter 18 Learning Business via Distance Learning: Preliminary Findings from a Pilot Study Chapter 19 Distance Learning: Education or Economics? Chapter 20 Copyright Issues for the Distance Learning Professor Chapter 21 Higher Education—Meeting the Challenge of Employability? An Employment Perspective Chapter 22 The Effects of Matching and Mismatching College Student's Sociological Learning-Style Preferences: To Team or Not to Team? Chapter 23 Partnership for Inclusive and Continuous Educational Renewal Chapter 24 Global Financial Simulation Centers: Linking Financial Education with Corporate Needs Chapter 25 A Collaborative View of Knowledge in a Knowledge Society: An International Perspective Chapter 26 Fostering the Values of Diversity Through the Use of Interdisciplinary Work Teams Chapter 27 About the Authors Chapter 28 About the Editor
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