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Business and Society Ethics and Stakeholder Management (with InfoTrac)

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Edition:
6th
ISBN13:

9780324225815

ISBN10:
0324225814
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/6/2005
Publisher(s):
South-Western College Pub

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Summary

Make smarter business decisions with BUSINESS AND SOCIETY: ETHICS AND STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT! Emphasizing a business?s social, legal, and ethical responsibilities, this management text exposes you to diverse and important stakeholder and ethical frameworks for considering and protecting stakeholder interests. Through its use of cases and other real-world applications, you?ll get the opportunity to apply stakeholder and ethical systems to specific business problems. With questions provided for all cases and applications, preparing for class has never been easier!

Table of Contents

Preface iii
About the Authors viii
Part 1 Business, Society, and Stakeholders
1(94)
The Business and Society Relationship
3(26)
Business and Society
5(1)
Society as the Macroenvironment
6(1)
Our Pluralistic Society
7(1)
Our Special-Interest Society
8(1)
Business Criticism and Corporate Response
9(12)
Focus of the Book
21(2)
Structure of the Book
23(6)
Summary
25(1)
Key Terms
26(1)
Discussion Questions
26(1)
Recommended Cases
26(1)
Web Resources
27(1)
Endnotes
27(2)
Corporate Citizenship: Social Responsibility, Responsiveness, and Performance
29(36)
The Corporate Social Responsibility Concept
30(11)
Arguments Against and For Corporate Social Responsibility
41(4)
Corporate Social Responsiveness
45(2)
Corporate Social Performance
47(3)
Business's Interest in Corporate Social Performance
50(4)
Corporate Citizenship
54(1)
Social Performance and Financial Performance
55(3)
Socially Responsible or Ethical Investing
58(7)
Summary
60(1)
Key Terms
61(1)
Discussion Questions
61(1)
Recommended Cases
61(1)
Web Resources
62(1)
Endnotes
62(3)
The Stakeholder Approach To Business, Society, and Ethics
65(30)
Origins of the Stakeholder Concept
67(1)
Who Are Business's Stakeholders?
68(5)
Strategic, Multifiduciary, and Synthesis Views
73(1)
Three Values of the Stakeholder Model
74(1)
Key Questions in Stakeholder Management
75(9)
Effective Stakeholder Management
84(1)
Stakeholder Management Capability
85(1)
The Stakeholder Corporation
86(1)
Stakeholder Power: Four Gates of Engagement
87(1)
Principles of Stakeholder Management
88(1)
Strategic Steps Toward Successful Stakeholder Management
88(7)
Summary
90(1)
Key Terms
90(1)
Discussion Questions
91(1)
Recommended Cases
91(1)
Web Resources
91(1)
Endnotes
92(3)
Part 2 Strategic Management for Corporate Stakeholder Performance
95(70)
Strategic Management and Public Affairs
97(36)
The Concept of Corporate Public Policy
98(2)
Four Key Strategy Levels
100(7)
The Strategic Management Process
107(6)
Public Affairs
113(1)
Public Affairs as a Part of Strategic Management
114(1)
Evolution of the Corporate Public Affairs Function
114(2)
Current Perspectives on Corporate Public Affairs
116(6)
Public Affairs Strategy
122(1)
Incorporating Public Affairs Thinking into All Managers' Jobs
123(10)
Summary
126(1)
Key Terms
127(1)
Discussion Questions
127(1)
Recommended Cases
127(1)
Web Resources
128(1)
Endnotes
129(4)
Issues Management and Crisis Management
133(32)
Issues Management
134(14)
Crisis Management
148(17)
Summary
160(1)
Key Terms
161(1)
Discussion Questions
161(1)
Recommended Cases
161(1)
Web Resources
162(1)
Endnotes
162(3)
Part 3 Business Ethics and Management
165(168)
Business Ethics Fundamentals
167(42)
The Public's Opinion of Business Ethics
172(7)
Business Ethics: What Does It Really Mean? Ethics, Economics, and Law: A Venn Model
179(1)
Four Important Ethics Questions
180(3)
Three Models of Management Ethics
183(11)
Making Moral Management Actionable
194(1)
Developing Moral Judgment
195(7)
Elements of Moral Judgment
202(7)
Summary
205(1)
Key Terms
205(1)
Discussion Questions
206(1)
Recommended Cases
206(1)
Web Resources
206(1)
Endnotes
207(2)
Personal and Organizational Ethics
209(48)
Levels at Which Ethics May Be Addressed
210(3)
Personal and Managerial Ethics
213(14)
Managing Organizational Ethics
227(30)
Summary
251(1)
Key Terms
251(1)
Discussion Questions
251(1)
Recommended Cases
252(1)
Web Resources
252(1)
Endnotes
253(4)
Business Ethics and Technology
257(34)
Technology and the Technological Environment
259(1)
Characteristics of Technology
260(1)
Ethics and Technology
261(3)
Information Technology
264(11)
Biotechnology
275(16)
Summary
285(1)
Key Terms
285(1)
Discussion Questions
285(1)
Recommended Cases
286(1)
Web Resources
286(1)
Endnotes
287(4)
Ethical Issues in the Global Arena
291(42)
The New, New World of International Business
292(3)
MNCs and the Global Environment
295(6)
Ethical Issues in the Global Business Environment
301(16)
Improving Global Business Ethics
317(16)
Summary
327(1)
Key Terms
327(1)
Discussion Questions
328(1)
Recommended Cases
328(1)
Web Resources
329(1)
Endnotes
330(3)
Part 4 External Stakeholder Issues
333(172)
Business, Government, and Regulation
335(28)
A Brief History of Government's Role
336(2)
The Roles of Government and Business
338(2)
Interaction of Business, Government, and the Public
340(1)
Government's Nonregulatory Influence on Business
341(6)
Government's Regulatory Influences on Business
347(8)
Deregulation
355(8)
Summary
358(1)
Key Terms
358(1)
Discussion Questions
359(1)
Recommended Cases
359(1)
Web Resources
359(1)
Endnotes
360(3)
Business Influence on Government and Public Policy
363(22)
Corporate Political Participation
364(8)
Coalition Building
372(1)
Political Action Committees
373(12)
Summary
380(1)
Key Terms
380(1)
Discussion Questions
381(1)
Recommended Cases
381(1)
Web Resources
382(1)
Endnotes
382(3)
Consumer Stakeholders: Information Issues and Responses
385(30)
The Consumer Movement
386(4)
Product Information Issues
390(14)
The Federal Trade Commission
404(3)
Self-Regulation in Advertising
407(8)
Summary
409(1)
Key Terms
409(1)
Discussion Questions
409(1)
Recommended Cases
410(1)
Web Resources
410(1)
Endnotes
411(4)
Consumer Stakeholders: Product and Service Issues
415(24)
Two Central Issues: Quality and Safety
416(9)
Consumer Product Safety Commission
425(2)
Food and Drug Administration
427(3)
Business's Response to Consumer Stakeholders
430(9)
Summary
433(1)
Key Terms
434(1)
Discussion Questions
434(1)
Recommended Cases
434(1)
Web Resources
435(1)
Endnotes
435(4)
The Natural Environment as Stakeholder
439(32)
The Impact of Business upon the Natural Environment
440(1)
Natural Environment Issues
441(8)
Responsibility for Environmental Issues
449(2)
The Role of Governments in Environmental Issues
451(5)
Other Environmental Stakeholders
456(3)
Business Environmentalism
459(7)
The Future of Business: Greening and/or Growing?
466(5)
Summary
467(1)
Key Terms
467(1)
Discussion Questions
468(1)
Recommended Cases
468(1)
Web Resources
468(1)
Endnotes
469(2)
Business and Community Stakeholders
471(34)
Community Involvement
472(8)
Corporate Philanthropy or Business Giving
480(12)
The Loss of Jobs
492(13)
Summary
500(1)
Key Terms
501(1)
Discussion Questions
501(1)
Recommended Cases
501(1)
Web Resources
502(1)
Endnotes
502(3)
Part 5 Internal Stakeholder Issues
505(218)
Employee Stakeholders and Workplace Issues
507(28)
The New Social Contract
508(2)
The Employee Rights Movement
510(3)
The Right Not to Be Fired Without Cause
513(3)
The Right to Due Process and Fair Treatment
516(4)
Freedom of Speech in the Workplace
520(15)
Summary
530(1)
Key Terms
530(1)
Discussion Questions
530(1)
Recommended Cases
531(1)
Web Resources
531(1)
Endnotes
532(3)
Employee Stakeholders: Privacy, Safety, and Health
535(32)
Right to Privacy in the Workplace
536(12)
Workplace Safety
548(8)
The Right to Health in the Workplace
556(11)
Summary
562(1)
Key Terms
562(1)
Discussion Questions
563(1)
Recommended Cases
563(1)
Web Resources
563(1)
Endnotes
564(3)
Employment Discrimination and Affirmative Action
567(40)
The Civil Rights Movement and Minority Progress
568(3)
Federal Laws Prohibiting Discrimination
571(7)
Expanded Meanings of Discrimination
578(2)
Issues in Employment Discrimination
580(15)
Affirmative Action in the Workplace
595(12)
Summary
600(1)
Key Terms
601(1)
Discussion Questions
601(1)
Recommended Cases
601(1)
Web Resources
602(1)
Endnotes
602(5)
Owner Stakeholders and Corporate Governance
607(116)
Legitimacy and Corporate Governance
608(9)
Improving Corporate Governance
617(16)
Summary
626(1)
Key Terms
626(1)
Discussion Questions
627(1)
Recommended Cases
627(1)
Web Resources
628(1)
Endnotes
628(5)
Cases
Case 1 Wal-Mart: The Main Street Merchant of Doom
633(8)
Case 2A The Body Shop International PLC
641(3)
Case 2B The Body Shop's Advertising Campaign
644(1)
Case 3A The Body Shop's Reputation is Tarnished
645(4)
Case 3B The Body Shop International PLC (1998--2004)
649(3)
Case 4 Facing a Fire
652(1)
Case 5 Martha Stewart: Free Trading or Insider Trading?
652(4)
Case 6 The Case of the Killer Phrases (A)
656(2)
Case 7 To Hire or Not to Hire
658(1)
Case 8 Does Cheating in Golf Predict Cheating in Business?
659(1)
Case 9 The Travel Expense Billing Controversy
660(3)
Case 10 Phantom Expenses
663(1)
Case 11 Family Business
663(1)
Case 12 Just Between Friends: P2P vs. IP
664(1)
Case 13 This Little Piggy: Should the Xeno-Pig Make it to Market?
665(2)
Case 14 Toxic Tacos: The Case of Genetically Modified Foods
667(1)
Case 15 Something's Rotten in Hondo
668(1)
Case 16 Global (In)equality? The Merrill Lynch Sex Bias Case
669(1)
Case 17 Nike, Inc.
670(6)
Case 18 Telephone Deregulation: The Pricing Controversy
676(1)
Case 19 The CALA Report: Lobbying Ethics
677(1)
Case 20 DTC: The Pill Pushing Debate
678(1)
Case 21 When Spirits Collide: Liquor vs. Beer
679(2)
Case 22 The New Tobacco Fight
681(1)
Case 23 Big Pharma's Marketing Tactics
682(3)
Case 24 Firestone and Ford: The Tire Tread Separation Tragedy
685(6)
Case 25 The Coffee Spill Heard 'Round the World
691(3)
Case 26 The Hudson River Cleanup and GE
694(3)
Case 27 Safety? What Safety?
697(1)
Case 28 Little Enough or Too Much?
698(1)
Case 29 The Betaseron® Decision (A)
699(1)
Case 30 A Moral Dilemma: Head Versus Heart
700(1)
Case 31 Wal-Mart and Its Associates: Efficient Operator or Neglectful Employer?
701(5)
Case 32 Dead Peasant Life Insurance: Smart Business or Poor Ethical Practice?
706(2)
Case 33 The Case of the Fired Waitress
708(1)
Case 34 Violence in the Workplace: Who Is To Blame?
709(1)
Case 35 Pizza Redlining: Employee Safety or Discrimination?
710(2)
Case 36 After-Effects of After-Hours Activities: The Case of Peter Oiler
712(1)
Case 37 Is Hiring on the Basis of ``Looks'' Unfair or Discriminatory?
713(2)
Case 38 When Management Crosses the Line
715(1)
Case 39 Cracker Barrel Old Country Stores
716(3)
Case 40 The Case of Judy
719(1)
Case 41 Dick Grasso and the NYSE: Is It A Crime To Be Paid Well?
719(2)
Case 42 Social Reform or Self-Interest?
721(2)
Online Resources 723(4)
Name Index 727(3)
Subject Index 730


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