This volume is a selection of papers from the 19th annual 'Australian Association for Professional and Applied Ethics' Conference. Topics covered include journalism ethics, organ donation, as well as an essay drawn from Daniel Wueste's keynote address on the conditions and implications of trust for the professions. Other papers include research on the ethical perils of university researchers, a values based approach to ethical culture, the ethics of hospitality-tourism practice and pedagogy, and ethical decision making processes for research in Small and Medium Enterprises.
Cohen S. - University of New South Wales, Australia Schwartz M - RMIT, Melbourne, Australia Harris H - UNISA, Adelaide, Australia
List of Contributors. Foreword to Issue: Some thoughts on Our Debt to both the Invisible and the Unknown. Introduction to the Selected Papers from the 19th Annual AAPAE Conference. About the Authors. Trust me, I'm a Professional: Exploring the Conditions and Implications of Trust for the Professions. The Nexus of Employee Safety, Professional Integrity and Ethics: Applying Stakeholder Theory to University Researchers. Australian Business Leadership and the Promotion of Civil Society in China. The World of News Since the End of the News of the World. Politics of the New Pathway to Organ Donation. Values-Based Approach to Ethical Culture: A Case Study. Strengthening the Ethics of Hospitality-Tourism Practice and Pedagogy: An Expressive Approach to Study Workers' Lived Experience. Theorising Ethical Decision Making Process for Research in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Australia. Appeasing the Past: Denying History, Destroying Memories, Creating Myths. Ethics, Values and Civil Society. Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations. Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations. Copyright page. EDITORIAL BOARD.