Through these case studies students are able to directly assess ethical and unethical decision making in a rich diverse and complex manner that moves beyond simple explanations of ethics this book is an invaluable resource for students and those interested in organizational communication ethics. Steve may phd university of utah 1993 is associate professor in the department of communication studies at the university of north carolina at chapel hill he is a leadership fellow at the institute for the arts and the humanities an ethics fellow at the parr center for ethics and a researcher and ethics consultant for the ethics at work program at the kenan institute for ethics he is . As such the book not only includes discussions of ethical perspectives and practices but the case studies also cover a range of topics typical in many organizational communication courses such as leadership teamwork organizational culture work family balance gender new technologies organizational change crisis communication decision . Case studies in organizational communication offers some of the most important examples of organizational ethics to date case studies in the volume include discussion of ethical dilemmas faced by nasa coca cola mitsubishi and the war in iraq. Case studies in organizational communication ethical perspectives and practices submitted by kbl781 on fri 2011 10 07 1524 title case studies in organizational communication ethical perspectives and practices publication type book year of publication case studies in organizational communication thousand oaks calif sage
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