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Achieving ethical excellence - Michael Schwartz


Year 2014



INTRODUCTION TO SELECTED PAPERS FROM THE 20TH ANNUAL AAPAE CONFERENCEAlan TapperPROMOTING INTEGRITY INTEGRITIVELY: AVOIDING THE SCYLLA AND CHARYBDIS OF ABDICATION AND ZEALOTRYDaniel E. WuesteABSTRACTINTEGRITY AND INTEGRITIVE ACTIONINTEGRITY, ETHICS, AND FIDELITY TO STANDARDSGEOSYLLOGISTIC ETHICSMECHANICAL JURISPRUDENCECODES, AGAINTHREE Ps OF ACADEMIC INTEGRITYCONCLUSIONNOTESREFERENCESDIVIDING TO CONQUER: USING THE SEPARATION OF POWERS TO STRUCTURE INSTITUTIONAL INTER-RELATIONSHugh BreakeyABSTRACTINTRODUCTIONTHE SEPARATION OF INSTITUTIONAL PROCESSESTHE SEPARATION OF PERSONNELREPLACING AUTHORITY TO AVOID CONFLICTS OF INTERESTSPLITTING AUTHORITY: VETO, ASSENT AND THE 'COORDINATION THESIS'BALANCE OF STRENGTHSVERTICAL ACCOUNTABILITYTHE OVERLAPPING OF JURISDICTION: FEDERAL AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTSREPRESENTATIVENESS AND INFORMED DECISIONS: THE QUESTION OF SOCIAL DIVERSITYTWO REMAINING INTER-RELATIONSCONCLUSION: WE SEPARATE ONLY TO RECONNECTNOTESREFERENCESENRICHING RIGHTS: VIRTUE AND SACRIFICE IN JUST WAR THEORYMatthew BeardABSTRACTINTRODUCTIONSACRIFICE AND RISK-ACCEPTANCESACRIFICE AND SUPEREROGATIONPOLITICAL FORGIVENESSFORGIVENESS AND PROPORTIONALITYCONCLUSIONNOTEACKNOWLEDGEMENTSREFERENCESPROFESSIONAL ATHLETES AND THEIR DUTY TO BE ROLE MODELSSandra Lynch, Daryl Adair and Paul JonsonABSTRACTINTRODUCTIONROLE MODELLING: EXPECTATIONS AND INTUITIONSTHE VALUES IMPLICIT IN SPORT AND ATHLETICSETHICAL REASONING IN SPORTCONCLUSIONREFERENCESETHICS AND THE ART OF SPORT GOVERNANCEJoseph NaimoABSTRACTINTRODUCTIONTHE AFL'S ILLICIT DRUGS POLICY IN QUESTIONTHE AFL COMMISSION AND PLAYERS' COMMUNITY RESPONSIBILITYTHE AFL AS A PRACTICE COMMUNITYLIVE GAMBLING ODDS ADVERTISING DURING TELEVISED FOOTY GAMES AND FOOTY SHOWSCONCLUDING REMARKSREFERENCESETHICS TRAINING FOR CORPORATE BOARDSHoward HarrisABSTRACTINTRODUCTIONWHY THE BOARD IS DIFFERENTWHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR TRAINING THE BOARD?CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORKHOW BEST TO DO THE TRAININGCONCLUSIONPRACTICAL IMPLICATIONSREFERENCESAPPENDIXEMPOWERING EMPLOYEE VOICE TO REDUCE ETHICAL RISKChristina M. Scott-YoungABSTRACTINTRODUCTIONREFRAMING INTERNAL WHISTLEBLOWING AS RISK IDENTIFICATIONBUILDING AN ETHICAL ECOSYSTEM TO SUSTAIN EMPLOYEE VOICEREFRAMING INTERNAL WHISTLEBLOWING AS PRO-SOCIAL EMPLOYEE VOICETRAINING MANAGERS TO LISTEN AND RESPOND TO EMPLOYEE VOICEFOSTERING PROFESSIONAL MORAL COURAGEEFFECTIVE VOICING OF THE MESSAGECONCLUSIONREFERENCESREVIEWSBrenden E. KendallBOWDEN, P. (ED.). (2012). APPLIED ETHICS: STRENGTHENING ETHICAL PRACTICES. PRAHRAN, AUSTRALIA: TILDE UNIVERSITY PRESSStephan MillettREFERENCESGISELSSON, K. (2012). GROUNDS FOR RESPECT: PARTICULARISM, UNIVERSALISM AND COMMUNAL ACCOUNTABILITY. PLYMOUTH, UK: LEXINGTON BOOKSLaura D'OlimpioPROVIS, C. (2012). INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS AND BUSINESS ETHICS. NEW YORK, NY: ROUTLEDGER. E. EwinBREAKEY, H. (2012). INTELLECTUAL LIBERTY: NATURAL RIGHTS AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. FARNHAM, SURREY: ASHGATERobin Tapper
 
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