Art Ethics Education

Art     Ethics     Education

fully developed human life (Tervo, 2016), the work and ethics of art education appears as a conglomeration of events that carry the potential to disrupt the seeming necessity of the existing order, including art education's own, ...

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Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004430716

Category: Education

Page: 386

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Investigates the ongoing imbrications of the practices of art, ethics and education as conducted within each author’s specific context of practice as artist, educator, researcher. It is an international anthology that explores these practices as dynamic, relational and always incomplete processes.
Categories: Education

Art Ethics Education

Art   Ethics   Education

"This book can be viewed as a series of investigations into the ongoing imbrications of the practices of art, ethics and education as conducted within each author's specific context of practice as artist, educator, researcher.

Author: Carl-Peter Buschkühle

Publisher: Doing Arts Thinking: Arts Prac

ISBN: 9004389806

Category: Education

Page: 364

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"This book can be viewed as a series of investigations into the ongoing imbrications of the practices of art, ethics and education as conducted within each author's specific context of practice as artist, educator, researcher. It constitutes an international anthology of explorations that are by no means exclusive but conscious of the ongoing iterations, mutations and individuations of relations between art, ethics and education, which, in turn, seek to expand how we might conceive these terms as practices. This ongoing evolution reminds us that as practices art, ethics and education are always incomplete processes affected by and affecting their specific milieus and environments. Chapters within the book cover a wide range of ethical questions and educational contexts, broaching subjects as varied as higher education, artificial intelligence, animal ethics, transcultural encounters, collaborative art,the education of senior citizens and experiences of conflict. Art, ethics and education are not conceived in terms of established orders, representations, ideals, criteria or bodies of knowledge and practice, but rather in terms of dynamic, relational processes and their potentialities, that arise within specific locations, cartographies and ecologies of practice. The notions of art, ethics and education are viewed in terms of assemblages that have the capacity to generate new modes of practice that may question established values and advance new overlappings of aesthetic, ethical and political relations. Contributors are: Dennis Atkinson, Hashim Al Azzam, John Baldacchino, Bazon Brock, Carl-Peter Buschkühle, Sahin Celikten, Ana Dimke, Brian Grassom, Leena Hannula, Brian Hughes, Jan Jadogzinski, Timo Jokela, Mira Kallio-Tavin, Joachim Kettel, Guillermo Marini, Catarina Martins, Joe Sacco, Francisco Schwember, Juuso Tervo, Raphael Vella and Branka Vujanovic"--
Categories: Education

Hermeneutics Ethics Education

Hermeneutics   Ethics     Education

... Art of Conversation, 261. 61About the similarity of the question and the sudden idea see: Gadamer, Truth and Method, 358-359. 62 Schwarz Wentzer, “Toward a Phenomenology of Questioning,” 261. 63 400 Hermeneutics-Ethics-Education.

Author: Andrzej Wiercinski

Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

ISBN: 9783643906601

Category: Philosophy

Page: 510

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This book confronts the challenges that hermeneutics brings to ethics and education by thematizing the critical influence which ethics and contemporary educational theory and practice have on the self-understanding of philosophical hermeneutics. In the hermeneutic spirit of commitment to cultivating lifelong habits of critical thinking, moral reflection, and articulate expression, the book presents many voices that illuminate a rich cultural diversity with the profound hope of nurturing the full-flourishing of human beings. The hermeneutics of education calls for diverse ways of thinking about education, which deeply cares for the common good of individuals, communities, and nations. This diversity promotes a genuine interest in different approaches to the event (Ereignis) of education. (Series: International Studies in Hermeneutics and Phenomenology - Vol. 8) [Subject: Hermeneutics, Ethics, Education]
Categories: Philosophy

The Liberal Arts and Management Education

The Liberal Arts and Management Education

Introduction: Challenging Times for Business Ethics Education. Academy of Management Learning and Education 12(1), 70. Enwezor, Okwui (2003). The Postcolonial Constellation: Contemporary Art in a State of Permanent Transition.

Author: Howard Thomas

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108473156

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 272

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Advocates for integrating liberal arts with management in a new undergraduate curriculum blending technical and analytic acumen with creativity, critical thinking, and ethical intelligence.
Categories: Business & Economics

Accounting Ethics Education

Accounting Ethics Education

However, it contained nothing relating to mercantile ethics. The first known manual for merchants that did was Cotrugli's The Art of Trade. 9. Cotrugli's The Art of Trade and Ethics When he wrote his manual in 1458, Benedetto Cotrugli ...

Author: Margarida M. Pinheiro

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000220452

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 182

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Accounting Ethics Education: Teaching Virtues and Values gathers a diversity of contributions from invited, well-known experts. It promotes a comprehensive reflection around how ethics can and should be taught to accounting students, discussing and highlighting the most updated research on accounting ethics education, and it is an essential reference in the field. The subject of accounting ethics education is critical to foster ethical awareness that may prevent the way in which one acts or behaves, especially towards others. The point is that accounting education cannot exist without ethical education and accountants must be technically proficient and ethically sensible since ethical behavior is vital to the status and credibility of the accountancy profession. And this sensibility must be developed while the future professional is still cultivating his or her moral and intellectual structure within the school learning environment: character and practical reasoning are crucial because they include not only knowledge of rules and principles, and their correct application but also values and virtues. Examining multiple perspectives, Accounting Ethics Education: Teaching Virtues and Values advances the scholarly debate by providing cuttingedge and insightful research vital for all those interested and immersed in these matters. It begins with a historical perspective of accounting ethics education and continues by exploring challenges, opportunities and developments in the area. It will be of great value to academics, students, researchers and professionals in the fields of accounting, accounting education and ethics.
Categories: Business & Economics

Accounting Ethics Education

Accounting Ethics Education

This approach to ethics education is focused on the rules of behavior, professional pronouncements and respect for the ... for educators and researchers, helping to understand, teach and practice the art of accounting ethics education.

Author: Alberto J. Costa

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000399868

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 222

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Accounting education ought to prepare future professionals to enter a principles-based, rules-oriented field of activity wherein technical knowledge of accounting standards (principles, rules and decision procedures) and ethical awareness (the capacity to discern moral issues and resolve ethical dilemmas) are crucial. Accounting education is best performed by the accountant’s adherence to the principles of the accounting profession and by individuals and firms following the appropriate rules, act according to the codes of conduct adopted by their profession, exercise clear judgment whenever they address financial transactions and consider/assess the state of a given business. Accounting Ethics Education: Making Ethics Real gathers a diversity of contributions from invited well-known experts and other specialists. It promotes comprehensive reflection around key trends, discussing and highlighting the most updated research on accounting ethics education, being an essential and useful reference in the field. In the performance of accounting tasks, the accountant should be educated and supported in the skills development and habit formation to solve accounting problems, recognize moral issues and resolve ethical dilemmas that will be encountered in their special tasks. Also, this book provides a moral map for identifying and acting on values when difficult situations arise. Examining multiple perspectives, the book improves the scholarly debate by providing cutting-edge and insightful research vital for all those interested and immersed in these matters. It will be of great value to academics, students, researchers and professionals in the fields of accounting, accounting education and ethics.
Categories: Business & Economics

Ethics Aesthetics and Education

Ethics  Aesthetics  and Education

Art is an exploration of relationships between the art-maker and the world and ethics has to do with relationships. Given these parallel courses there is, perhaps, some relationship between art-making and ethics.

Author: Donald S. Blumenfeld-Jones

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137556073

Category: Philosophy

Page: 119

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This book explores Levinas’ phenomenology of ethical motivation. Levinas is grounded in “radical alterity”, the knowledge that ethics exists only when we are fully separate from someone else, allowing us to experience connection with one another. In this book, the author locates this ethics in embodiment, emotions, and imaginations and explores the intersection of aesthetics and education.
Categories: Philosophy

Art Education

Art Education

We must leave Nature to determine whether the pupil shall work effectively on artistic lines , just as we expect the establishment of ethical ideals to influence conduct . The main function of art education , as of ethical education ...

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ISBN: MINN:31951D00024985P

Category: Art

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Categories: Art

Business Ethics Education and the Pragmatic Pursuit of the Good

Business Ethics Education and the Pragmatic Pursuit of the Good

Stakeholder theory: The state of the art. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press. Friedland, J. 2009. Where business meets philosophy: The matter of ethics. The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 13, 56(12): A26–A27.

Author: Francis J. Schweigert

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319334028

Category: Philosophy

Page: 254

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This book is an extended argument for the critical importance which justice and ethical leadership should have in business ethics education. The book examines the history of ideas and purposes in education, the contemporary role of business schools, and the social foundations of moral education to conclude that the pragmatic pursuit of the good must be a central aim of business strategy. To meet the challenges of facing society today, the masters of business must be moral craftsmen in a just and democratic private property economy that serves the common good. The author grounds this vision for business leadership in the centrality of systems of exchange in human society, in generating prosperity and providing for the general welfare. Business ethics education has focused primarily on moral formation of individual leaders and managers in the context of ethical codes, organizational culture, and legal compliance. Important as this approach is, it fails to generate a sufficient level of business responsibility to satisfy legitimate social concerns regarding the use of natural resources, environmental sustainability, reasonable limitation of systemic risk in capital markets, and fair allocation of goods and services. If the social purpose of business is not intentionally embraced and diligently pursued, the economy may enrich a few but impoverish the society, its resources, and its democracy. Hence this book argues for a new vision of business ethics that is grounded in public accountability of business operations and outcomes for the common good, as a matter of justice.
Categories: Philosophy

Toward Assessing Business Ethics Education

Toward Assessing Business Ethics Education

Journal of Business Ethics, 59(4), 375-413. Paine, L. (1991). Ethics as character development: Reflections on the objective of ethics education. In R. Edward Freeman (Ed.), Business ethics: The state of the art (pp. 78-90).

Author: Diane L. Swanson

Publisher: IAP

ISBN: 9781617351648

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 425

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Toward Assessing Business Ethics Education, edited by Diane L. Swanson and Dann G. Fisher of Kansas State University, is a sequel to their book Advancing Business Ethics Education in the Ethics in Practice IAP book series. The focus on assessment in this second book is a timely response to the urgent search among business schools for ways to teach and assess ethics at a time when the public’s faith in corporations and business schools has been undermined greatly by the failure of both to respond to widespread corruption and scandals in the business sector. Although no one expects business education alone to resolve these problems, the distinguished scholars represented in this book advocate that business schools should at least do their part by exposing their students to decision models that incorporate ethical dimensions on behalf of corporate stakeholders and society at large. As the book’s title conveys, it is then important to assess key learning objectives to insure that business students graduate knowing ethics fundamentals and armed with the ability to recognize ethical dilemmas and possible solutions during the course of their careers. This book will speak to all who are interested in accountability for business ethics education, especially business school deans, university administrators, faculty members, students, and prospective employers. This audience will find that the enterprise of assessing business ethics education is advanced in three ways. First, the book functions as a venue for distinguished scholars to share the innovative ways that they are assessing ethics coverage in courses and degree programs. Second, these authors identify what needs to be assessed and the means for doing so. Third, the book serves not only as a guide to assessment, but also as a platform for expanding and improving ethics coverage in business schools. Moreover, an important take away for readers is the provision of a simple formula, first advocated by Diane L. Swanson and William C. Frederick (University of Pittsburgh) in 2005, for delivering ethics education that minimizes assessment errors. By following this formula, business schools can provide assurances that ethics will not be assessed as being sufficient when it is woefully inadequate or even missing in the curriculum and that it cannot be distorted, diluted, or trivialized by uninformed coverage and still pass inspection. Avoiding these assessment errors is critical in an educational environment in which weak accrediting standards for ethics go hand in hand with spotty, uniformed coverage that would not be tolerated for other business disciplines.
Categories: Business & Economics