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Teaching Business Ethics Intentionally: Understanding the Relationship Between Course Design and the Development of Student Moral Thinking

Seeking to contribute to an understanding of effective models of teaching business ethics, this research project examines how the design of a stand-alone undergraduate business ethics course using the stakeholder approach influenced student perception of learning. The goal of the course design was to encourage the development and incorporation of moral thinking within the traditional managerially-focused mindset of our students. We would like to participate in the idea incubator to work with colleagues who may be able to give us insights into how to interpret and present our results given the limitations associated with self-reported data.

Catherine Hall
Roger Williams University
United States

Lisa Calvano
West Chester University of PA
United States

 


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