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Critical theory ethics for business and public administration

Author: David M Boje
Publisher: Charlotte, NC : Information Age Pub., ©2008.
Series: Ethics in practice (Greenwich, Conn.)
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Organized into several sections, this book presents a challenge to the field of social responsibility in business and public administration. It covers Carr and Zanettic who each have done critical  Read more...

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Critical theory ethics for business and public administration.
Charlotte, NC : Information Age Pub., c2008
(OCoLC)609173230
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David M Boje
ISBN: 9781593117863 1593117868 9781593117856 159311785X
OCLC Number: 226213116
Description: xvii, 393 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Series Editors' Preface. Foreword: Critical Theory, Ethics, and the Critique of Business, Douglas Kellner.; PART I: INTRODUCTION TO CT ETHICS IN BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION. Contributions of Critical Theory Ethics for Business and Public Administration, David M. Boje. Ethics in the World of Management?: Making the Case with Critical Theory, Adrian N. Carr. Practicing Critical Theory in Public Administration, Lisa A. Zanetti. Business Ethics and Its World, Martin Fuglsang and Ole Fogh Kirkeby.; PART II: CT ETHICAL ANSWERABILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY. Story Ethics, David M. Boje. No Alibi in Ethics: Bakhtin's Philosophy of the Act and the Question of Answerability in Business, Olga Belova. The Critical Issue of Accountability, Harro M. Hopfl.; PART III: CT ETHICS FOR ORGANIZATIONAL CONTEXTS. Legal Fictions: Critical Theory Criticality and the State of Economics and Management, Robin Matthews. Monsters of Accounting: An Ante-Ethics Approach, Alexis A. Downs, Rita A. Durant, and William L. Smith. Strategy and Critical Theory Ethics, David M. Boje and Usha C. V. Haley. International Business and Critical Ethics, George Cairns and Martyna Sliwa. Techno-Futurist Ethics, Stewart Clegg and Nelson Phillips.; PART IV: CT ETHICS FOR SOCIAL ISSUES. Morality in Context: Reflections on Voice and Exclusion, Gabrielle Durepos and Albert J. Mills. Ethics of Recognition: I / you (thou) / they, Hugo Letiche. Good Order: Ethics and Disposition, Heather Hopfl. Critical Spirituality, Moral Philosophy, and Business Ethics, Michael Whitty and Jerry Biberman. Critical Pedagogy and Ethics: An Epic Four-Quadrant Model, Grace Ann Rosile, Mark Horowitz, Stephen DeGiulio, and Janet Marta. Environmental Ethics and Business: Toward a Habermasian Perspective, Robert P. Gephart, Jr. and Michael Kulicki.
Series Title: Ethics in practice (Greenwich, Conn.)
Responsibility: edited by David M. Boje.
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