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Stachowicz-Stanusch Agata (Silesian University of Technology, Poland), Sworowska Anna (West Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin, Poland)
Tytuł
Network Approach in Business Ethics Education
Podejście sieciowe w kształceniu etyki biznesu
Źródło
Organizacja i Zarządzanie : kwartalnik naukowy, 2014, nr 4 (28), s. 137-157, rys., bibliogr. 74 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Etyka biznesu, Podejście sieciowe, Nauczanie, Kształcenie
Business ethics, Network approach, Teaching, Education
Uwagi
streszcz., summ.
Abstrakt
W artykule zaprezentowano podejście sieciowe, jako tło dla rozważań etycznych podejmowanych w ramach zajęć dydaktycznych z zakresu etyki, prowadzonych w wyższych szkołach biznesu. Przedstawiono różne perspektywy (poziomy) postrzegania procesów etyki biznesu, opierając się na koncepcji Thafta i White'a (2007). Ponadto, autorki wskazują kilka przydatnych praktyk, których wdrożenie do programów nauczania potencjalnie stwarza możliwości doskonalenia procesu kształcenia w obszarze etyki biznesu. (abstrakt oryginalny)

This paper is concerned with the network approach as a background for ethical considerations covered in ethics courses in business schools of higher education. Different levels of recognizing business ethics processes are presented based on Thaft and White's (2007) concept. Moreover, authors illustrate some useful educational practices that, when incorporated in curricula, may potentially enhance the educational process in the business ethics field. (original abstract)
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