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Case studies in organizational communication : ethical perspectives and practices

Author: Steve May
Publisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif.[u.a.] : Sage, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Integrates ethical theory and practice to help strengthen readers' awareness, judgment, and action in organizations by exploring ethical dilemmas in a diverse range of well-known business cases.


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Genre/Form: Fallstudiensammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Steve May
ISBN: 9781412983099 1412983096
OCLC Number: 796222779
Description: XXIII, 355 S.
Contents: List of Tables and Figures Preface Acknowledgments Introduction: Ethical Perspectives and Practices - Steve May Part I: Alignment Case Study 1. Ethical Dilemmas in the Financial Industry - Katherine Russell, Megan Dortch, Rachel Gordon, and Charles Conrad Case Study 2. The Ethics of the "Family Friendly" Organization: The Challenge of Policy Inclusiveness - Caryn E. Medved and David R. Novak Case Study 3. Managing the Ethical Implications of the Big Box: The Walmart Effect - Edward C. Brewer Case Study 4. Just Window Dressing? The Gap (RED) Campaign - Michelle Amazeen Part II: Dialogic Communication Case Study 5. Ethical Contradictions and E-Mail Communication at Enron Corporation - Anna Turnage and Joann Keyton Case Study 6. Toyota - Oh, What a Feeling, or Oh, What a Mess? Ethics at the Intersection of Industry, Government, and Publics - Rebecca J. Meisenbach and Sarah B. Feldner Case Study 7. Sanlu's Milk Contamination Crisis: Organizational Communication in Conflicting Cultural, Economic, and Ethical Context - Shari R. Veil and Aimei Yang Case Study 8. What About the People in the "People's Car"? Tata Motors Limited and the Nano Controversy - Rahul Mitra Part III. Participation Case Study 9: Resistance and Belonging: The Chicago Blackhawks and the 2010 Chicago Annual Pride Parade - Dean E. Mundy Case Study 10: Is Agriculture Spinning Out of Control? A Case Study of Factory Farms in Ohio: Environmental Communication, News Frames, and Social Justice - Jeanette Wenig Drake Case Study 11: Ethical Storm or Model Workplace? - Joann Keyton, Paula Cano, Teresa L. Clounch, Carl E. Fischer, Catherine Howard, and Sarah S. Topp Case Study 12: Gaming the System: Ethical Challenges in Innovative Organizations - Natalie Nelson-Marsh Part IV: Transparency Case Study 13. Reward, Identity and Autonomy: Ethical Issues in College Athletics - John Llewellyn Case Study 14. The Case of Wyeth, DesignWrite, and Premarin: The Ethics of Ghostwriting Medical Journal Articles - Alexander Lyon and Mark Ricci Case Study 15. Fired Over Facebook: Issues of Employee Monitoring and Personal Privacy on Social Media Websites. - Loril M. Gossett Case Study 16. Daimler's Bribery Case - Roxana Maiorescu Part V: Accountability Case Study 17. The Deepwater Horizon Disaster: Challenges in Ethical Decision Making - Elaine M. Brown Case Study 18. Outsourcing U.S. Intelligence - Hamilton Bean Case Study 19. Silence in the Turmoil of Crisis: Peanut Corporation of America's Response to Its Sweeping Slamonella Outbreak - Alyssa Grace Millner and Timothy L. Sellnow Case Study 20. Patrolling the Ethical Borders of Compassion and Enforcement - Kendra Dyanne Rivera and Sarah J. Tracy Part VI: Courage Case Study 21. Google?s Dilemma in China - Jane Stuart Baker and Lu Tang Case Study 22. Speaking Up Is Not an Easy Choice: Boatrocking as Ethical Dilemma - Ryan S. Bisel and Joann Keyton Case Study 23. The Aftermath of Scandal: Picking Up the Pieces of a Shattered Identity - Elizabeth A. Williams Afterword - Casework and Communication About Ethics: Toward a Broader Perspective on Our Lives, Our Careers, Our Happiness, and Our Common Future - George Cheney Author Index Subject Index About the Editor About the Contributors
Other Titles: Organizational communication
Responsibility: ed. by Steve May.
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