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Ethics on the Job Cases and Strategies

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ISBN-10: 0534619819

ISBN-13: 9780534619817

Edition: 3rd 2005 (Revised)

Authors: Raymond S. Pfeiffer, Ralph P. Forsberg

List price: $135.95
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Using a decision-making strategy designed by the authors, ETHICS ON THE JOB guides students through the basic and most important parts of an analysis leading directly to a decision in the face of ethical conflict. With the RESOLVEDD strategy, the authors have devised an unrivaled system that they teach students to implement through numerous, timely case studies and detailed analyses. This book allows students to develop a working grasp of ethical principles and reasoning in day-to-day decision-making, and thus apply the RESOLVEDD strategy to personal ethical issues.
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Book details

List price: $135.95
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 2/24/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 168
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.484
Language: English

Ethics and Ethical Decision-Making
A Personal Ethical Problem: The Case of The Not So Great Gatsby
Ethics, Judgments, Principles and Values
An Ethical Point of View: The Principle of Equal Consideration of Interests
Conflicting Goals
Ethical Justification
Ethical Values: Justifiable Exceptions
Why Should I Act Ethically?
The Context of Ethical Decision--Making in Business: Elements of a Capitalist System
Ethical Principles
The Importance of Ethical Principles
Some Moral Rules
Rights and Duties
Some Important Ethical Rights
Justice
Self-Interest
The Network of Value
The Resolvedd Strategy of Ethical Decision-Making
Introduction
An Overview of the RESOLVEDD Strategy
Applying the RESOLVEDD Strategy to the Case of "The Not So Great Gatsby." Unknown Facts
Lacking Time
A Checklist
Details of the Strategy
When Is an Ethical Principle Upheld by a Given Solution?
A Solution Can Uphold and Violate the Same Ethical Principle
Who Should I Consider When Doing the O and L Stages? Understanding Evaluation
Avoiding Moral Arithmetic: Ethics is Qualitative
Moral and Other Ideals Are Rarely Helpful
Conscience and Intuitions
Defending Your Decision Against Remaining Objections
Evaluation is Essential, with an Exercise
Tips and Reminders for Writing a Case Analysis
Two Analyses of Personal Ethical Conflicts
Must a Reporter Be a Ghoul? An Analysis of "Must a Reporter be a Ghoul?" Sin of Omission
An Analysis of "Sin of Omission
Personal Ethical Problems for Analysis
Vigilant or Vigilante? It''s Not My Union
Is the Customer Always Right? Scenario A
The Vice-President
Scenario B
The Account Manager
Loyalty to Whom?
So, What Are the Standards?
Deception Or Shrewd Bargaining?
The Price of Honesty
It''s Your Choice
Spying on Our Team? Spying the Spies
A Martini for Rossi
To Reward or Retire
The Cost of Hiring a Disabled Worker
It''s His Company, But
Lose It or Move It
Should I Leave or Make Up?
Affirmative Action and Company Promotion Policy
A Damaging Ad or An Effective Message?
Is This Doctor Sick?
Worth the Effort?
Is Nothing Private?
Bringing Home the War on Drugs
Profit or Pornography? Employment at Will? Yes
But Is It Fair? Padding or Profit?
Language Police In the Workplace? An Offer to Spy
Blow the Whistle or Breath Insulation? Repair Quotas
Piece Work or Peace? Personal Beliefs, Public Policy
ATV Encourages Use by Kids
Coffee, Tea, or The Sale? Office Gossip
Is This the Job You''ve Been Waiting For?
An Ethical Survey
Drug Tests as Preventative Maintenance
Buying Stock or Selling Your Soul?
Toys May Not Be Us
Profit or Loss of the Environment?
Abracadabra! A Challenge to Anti-Nepotism Policies Abroad
Fair Pricing? Double Bad Luck?