Professional ethics creates an imperative for student services practitioners to consider their work in the light of its potential consequences for themselves, their institutions, their students, and their colleagues. All professions are characterized by their willingness to establish codes of ethics and to educate and oversee practitioner compliance. On today's multicultural campuses, many ethical systems are in contact and in conflict on both personal and professional levels. This volume examines some of the emerging ethical systems that challenge or complement the system used in student affairs over the past several decades. This is the 77th issue of New Directions for Student Services. For more information on the series, please see the Journals and Periodicals page.
About the Author
JANE FRIED is associate professor in the Department of Health and Human Services at Central Connecticut State University and is former chair of the Standing Committee on Ethics of the American College Personnel Association.
Table of Contents
1. Changing Ethical Frameworks for a Multicultural World(Jane Fried)
2. Cognitive Foundations of Ethical Development(Victoria L. Guthrie)
3. Ethics in Management(F. J. Talley)
4. Ethical Dialogues on Campus(David Carl Sundberg, Jane Fried)
5. Ethics, Reflection, Purpose, and Compassion: Community Service Learning(John Saltmarsh)
6. Assessing the Campus' Ethical Climate: A Multidimensional Approach(James H. Banning)
7. Next Steps and Emerging Possibilities(Jane Fried)