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Case studies in organizational communication : ethical perspectives and practices

Author: Steve May
Publisher: Los Angeles : SAGE Publications, ©2013.
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"The Second Edition of Case Studies in Organizational Communication: Ethical Perspectives and Practices, by Dr. Steve May, 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"--Provided by publisher.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Case studies
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Case studies in organizational communication.
Los Angeles : SAGE Publications, ©2013
(DLC) 2011031163
(OCoLC)743040649
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Steve May
ISBN: 9781452263885 1452263884 9781452240572 1452240574
OCLC Number: 808077183
Description: 1 online resource (xxiii, 355 pages)
Contents: Introduction : ethical perspectives and practices / Steve May --
Case study 1. Ethical dilemmas in the financial industry / Katherine Russell [and others] --
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 --
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 and the Nano controversy / Rahul Mitra --
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 Buckeye Egg Farm : environmental communication, news frames, and social justice / Jeanette Wenig Drake --
Case study 11. ethical storm or model workplace? / Joann Keyton [and others] --
Case study 12. gaming the system : Ethical challenges in innovative organizations / Natalie Nelson-Marsh --
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 / Alex 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 --
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 salmonella 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 --
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.
Responsibility: edited by Steve May.

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"The Second Edition of Case Studies in Organizational Communication: Ethical Perspectives and Practices, by Dr. Steve May, 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"--Provided by publisher.

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