Working Ethics: How to Be Fair in a Culturally Complex World

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Descriptions : p Working Ethics sets out an ethical foundation for professionals and for the professions in a modern culturally complex society This book will be of interest to anyone who takes seriously their obligations to society as a whole and to the individuals with whom they work Richard Rowson puts forward an ethical framework comprising four basic elements fairness respect for autonomy integrity and seeking the most beneficial and least harmful consequences The three parts of the book explore sources of ethical guidance such as laws social conventionsrofessional codes of conduct and religious beliefs identifying the ethical values integral to the professions the obligations these values give to members of the professions and the ethical issues which arise when they are concerned to produce benefits and prevent harm treat people fairly respect others and act with integrity how these values might be incorporated into professional practice The book ends with a brief guide to dealing with blame in a professional context and claims about rights At the end of each chapter key questions encourage readers to think through the issues discussed Rowson shows how this ethical framework can enable professionals to work effectively earn trust mutual support and respect and how it can foster democratic ideals in the workplace and community This book will be essential reading for professionals in the public and private sector including teachers civil servantsolice personnel nurses doctors lawyers accountants and engineers










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