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Business Education and Training A Value-Laden-Process, The Management of Values: Organizational and Educational Issues

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  • Edition: 5th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1998-03-12
  • Publisher: UPA
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Co-published with the Oxford Philosophy Trust, this volume is part of an ongoing series representing the work of the International Conference on Social Values. The concerns raised in these papers center around the underlying philosophy and the assumptions they make about human nature and the relation of the individual to others and to the state. This collection reflects an ongoing dialogue with values, education, enterprise and the post modern mind.

Table of Contents

Preface xi
Acknowledgement xv
Part I: The Changing Nature of Education
University and Business Models: The Problem of Boundaries
Samuel Natale
Anthony Libertella
Joanne Neher
The U.S. University Professor: Origins and Changes in Status, Function, Income, and Security
Harriet Aronson
Higher Education in the United States: Changing Markets and Evolving Values
Sandra Featherman
Facing The Future: Higher Education in the Year 2020
Nancie Fimbel
Future Students' Evaluation of Business Education by Conjoint Analysis via WWW-Pages
Aila Sakkinen
A Student's Experience @ On-Line Educational Environment
Christopher Zimmerman
Part II: The Purpose of Education
Making A Living, Making a Life: Education with a Purpose
Robert Craig
Insight into the Essence of Education and The World of Work
Tomas Jimenez
Real World as Lifeworld: The Critical Social Theory of Juergen Habermas
Steven Ostovich
Education Without Tradeoffs
Alan Singer
Part III: The Relationship Between Education and Business
Another Brick in the Wall: Business Metaphor and Educational Practice
John Deks
The Attitudes of Adolescents to Business, Industry and Enterprise: An Empirical Critique of the Discourse of Enterprise Education
Geoff Hayward
Multiple Simultaneous Communication (`Jamming'): Sweet Talk in Academic Settings
William Keenan
Critical Thinking About Perspective: A Corporate Training Partnership Between Chubb and Son, Inc. and Fairfield University
David Schmidt
Barbara Wankoff
Part IV: Teaching Skills and Values
Using HTML to Teach Computer Concepts: An Oxymoron?
Stephen Choolfaian
Fran Gustavson
``Pure and Generous Words'' May Be Forbidden Us: The Role of Literature in the Post-Cultural University
Judith Domplowski
Another International Component in Graduate Business Education: Study Abroad
Joseph Ford
Markets, Legal Education and Liberal Arts: Training for and Professing the Law in Late Twentieth Century America
Peter Galie
The Logic of Value and the Education of Pre-Professional Students
Larry Goodwin
Part V: Ethical Issues in Business Education
Ethical Themes in Corporate Finance
George Aragon
Managerial Integrity in Business and Education: Lessons in Values from Legal Philosophy
Robert Moffat
The High Ground and the Bottom Line: Ethics Education for Business
Burton Porter
Philosophy in the University and the Marketplace
Bernard Sylvester
Factors That Contribute to the Ethical Judgements of Business Students: An Empirical Study
Craig Williams
George Conlin
John Manley
About the Authors 381(2)
About the Editor 383

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