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The Organizational Self and Ethical Conduct: Sunlit Virtue and Shadowed Resistance 1st Edition

James Anderson, Elaine E. Englehardt

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  • 294 Pages

Overview

Throughout the chapters, extended narratives are used to develop theoretical arguments, allowing students to see how the theories work in actual situations. The purpose of the text is threefold: First, it helps develop a theory of organizational life that speaks directly to the agency of its members and to the organization as the domain of its practical expression. Second, it more thoroughly articulates and integrates the concepts of the self, morality, the organization, power, and resistance. Third, it provides readers with the analytical tools to consider their own moral conduct as organizational members.

James Anderson,

Jim Anderson has over thirty years experience in aviation related fire fighting, and served in many capacities, eventually attaining the rank of Battalion Chief. Jim currently works for Osacar Larson & Associates as a Hazardous Materials Team Leader and Instructor. He is also an FAA certified Airport Firefighter and has previously served as a member of the Aviation Safety Section for NFPA

Elaine E. Englehardt, Utah Valley State College

1. An Introduction to Ethics in Organizational Settings.
2. Obligation, Organizing, and the Tools of Ethics.
3. Organizational Culture and Frameworks of Agency.
4. The Organizational Agent.
5. The Organizational Agent.
6. Organizing as a Domain of Agency.
7. Ethical Issues in Power and Resistance.
8. The Practice of Ethics.
9. Theoretical Principles.

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  • ISBN-10: 0155082604
  • ISBN-13: 9780155082601
  • Bookstore Wholesale Price $71.00
  • RETAIL $93.95