ERIC Number: ED419166
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1997
Reference Count: N/A
Business Education and Training: A Value-Laden Process. Volume III: Instilling Values in the Educational Process.
Natale, Samuel M., Ed.; Fenton, Mark B., Ed.
This volume contains 21 papers that explore value conflicts in all professions: "Ethics and the Development of Work: The Central Maintenance Computer Case" (Harry Hummels); "Too Many Cooks Spoil the Stew--Ethical Preparation of Interdisciplinary Professionals" (Vincent F. Maher); "Value Conflict in 'Competence-Based' Training Incentives" (John Halliday); "Knowing One's Place: The Professional's Need for an Education in the Ecology of Practice" (Mike Bottery); "Integrating Ethics into Technical Courses: An Experiment in Its Fifth Year" (Michael Davis); "Management as a Vocation: Towards a People-Centered Profession of Management" (Peter Davis); "A Theory of Business Development" (Robert F. Dischner); "Values and Conflicts in the Training of Physiotherapists" (Elizabeth M. Walker);"The Dynamic Nature of Ethical Issues and Its Implication for Training Today's Business Students" (P. Everett Fergenson, Susan G. Rozensher); "If It's Not Hurting It's Not Working" (Chris Gaine); "Imparting Social Values through Literature: A Challenge to Legal Training" (Susan E. Grady); "Christian Social Thought and Management Education" (Robert G. Kennedy); "The Benefits of Using a Competence-Based Approach in the Education of New Teachers: Fact or Fiction?" (Pat Mahony); "Some Value Conflicts Experienced by Women in the Workplace" (Rita A. Knutsen, Marlene K. Malenda); "Professional Attitudes, Judgment, and Confidentiality: Tensions in School-Linked Services" (Michael E. Manley-Casimir, Mary T. Hall); "First Year Transitions from the Law School to the Courtroom: A Paradigm of Value and Ethical Conflicts Faced by New Professionals and Their Educators" (James Clark, Edward Monahan); "Ancient Sources of Conflicting Values in Professional Education: Plato" (Patricia Murphy); "The Common Good and the Purpose of the Firm: A Critique of the Shareholder and Stockholder Models from the Catholic School Tradition" (Michael Naughton, Helen Alford, Bernard Brady); "Why Philosophize about Conduct? or What Became of Unjust Discourse?" (William G. O'Neill); "Social Markets and Language Games: The Evolution of Vocational Training in England and Wales" (Richard Pring, Geoff Hayward); and "An Analysis of Educational Needs among Sales Professionals in a Multi-National Nutrition Company" (R.A. Richardson). An index is provided. (YLB)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Business Administration Education, Competency Based Education, Conflict, Ethics, Foreign Countries, Government Role, Higher Education, Lawyers, Legal Education (Professions), Medical Education, Medical Services, Professional Education, Teacher Education, Value Judgment, Values, Vocational Education
University Press of America, Inc., 4720 Boston Way, Lanham, MD 20706 (hardcover: ISBN-0-7618-0572-9; paperback: ISBN-0-7618-0573-7).
Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
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Note: For volumes I-II, see CE 076 475-476.