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Theme of Journal : Moral Judgement Edition : XX (April, 5th 2015)


1.      Journal Identity

Title              :  Moral judgement and conflict handling styles among Chinese in Hong Kong and PRC

Author          : Irene Hau-siu Chow, Daniel Z Q. Ding
Volume        : 21
Issue             : 9/10
Pages           : 666-679
Publication  : 2002
Country of publication : United Kingdom
ISSN            : 02621711
Copyright : MCB UP Limited (MCB) 2002
ProQuest document ID : 216353116

Abstract :
This paper describes a study which investigated the relationship between stage of moral development and conflict handling styles in Chinese societies. A total of 996 undergraduate business students and 294 MBA students in Hong Kong and China participated in the study. The defining issue test was used to assess stage of moral development. Conflict handling styles were identified by Rahim's organizational conflict inventory. Results showed a significant association between stage of moral development and the use of integrating conflicthandling approach. The extent to which the Chinese culture and psychology influenced moral reasoning and conflict handling styles is discussed.



2. Journal Identity
Title             :  Historians, moral judgement and national communities: the Irish dilemma
Author         : Nicholascanny
Volume        : 14
Issue            : 3
Pages          : 401-410
Publication : 2006
© Academia Europaea, 2006
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Abstract :
This paper treats of the peculiarity of the Irish case. Professionalization of history came late to Ireland, and when it did happen, it was with a view to overcoming the inter-denominational and inter-communal point scoring that had energized most previous writing of Ireland’s history. In tracing the further development of the history profession in Ireland, the paper alludes to the extent to which the posing of new questions and the employment of new methods were motivated by historical developments elsewhere in the western academic world. The outbreak of civil conflict in Northern Ireland inspired a new phase of introspective writing about Irish identity, sometimes given the semblance of universality through the invocation of post-colonial theory. This writing was usually presented in historical format, was composed mostly by academics employed by literature and social science departments, and was severely critical of what they described as the historical revisionism in which most professional historians in Ireland were believed to have engaged. It concludes with a consideration of how historians responded both to the challenge to their integrity and to various pressures to become more judgemental in writing about Ireland’s past.


3. Journal Identity

Title             : Moral judgement and values in a developed and a developing nation: A comparative analysis

Author         : Richard Priem, Dan Worrell, Bruce Walters, Terry Coalter
Volume       : 17
Issue            : 5
Pages          : 491-501
Publication : April 1998
Country of publication: Netherlands
ISSN           : 01674544
Copyright   : Copyright Kluwer Academic Publishers Group Apr 1998
ProQuest document ID: 198194644

Abstract :
Recent scandals in Europe and Japan have exposed widespread corporate wrongdoing. These scandals have led to legal reform, and to calls for more ethical behavior by businesspersons. One might speculate that countries undergoing such changes are catching up to laws and ethical standards that already exist in the US. The US, however, is also plagued by corporate wrongdoing. Scandals on Wall Street and in the savings &loan industry, and illegal activities by the Fortune 500 firms, suggest that corporate illegality is a common occurrence in the business world. Research has shown US business students to be less ethical than other US students. The moral reasoning used by US and Belizean business students in resolving businessrelated moral dilemmas is evaluated. The Belizeans, citizens of a less-developed country with Western heritage and a values-based education system, revolved the dilemmas using higher stages of moral judgment than did the US business students.



4. Journal Identity

Title             : Principle-Based Moral Judgement

Author         : Maike Albertzart
Volume        : 16                           
Issue            : 2
Pages          : 339-354
Publication   : Jan-Feb 2012
DOI                        : 10.1007/s10677-012-9343-x
Copyright :  Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2012
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       Abstract :
It is widely acknowledged that moral principles are not sufficient to guide moral thought and action: they need to be supplemented by a capacity for judgement. However, why can we not rely on this capacity for moral judgement alone? Why do moral principles need to be supplemented, but are not supplanted, by judgement? So-called moral particularists argue that we can, and should, make moral decisions on a case-by-case basis without any principles. According to particularists, the person of moral judgement is a person of empathy, sensibility and virtue, rather than a person of principle. In this paper I argue that this is a false dichotomy. The person of good moral judgement is a person of principle. I propose that we think of moral principles as internalised long-term commitments that form our moral character and sensitivity, and, as such, are constitutive of moral judgement.



5. Journal Identity

Title               : Can moral judgement and ethical behavior be learned?

Author           : Michael Wright
Volume          : 33
Issue              : 10
Pages            : 17-29
Publication     : 1995
Country of publication: United Kingdom
ISSN             : 00251747
Copyright      : Copyright MCB University Press Limited 1995
ProQuest document ID: 212087789

Abstract :
A study considers past research undertaken in the area of adult moral and ethics education in order to establish whether moral judgment can ethical behavior can be learned by adults through an education experience. The study also seeks to identify those education media that best facilitate learning of good moral behavior and ethical judgment. It is concluded that research to date has not adequately proved the widely assumed link between teaching and learning of moral judgment and ethical behavior. This link is important, particularly when education is perceived by many to be the best means of developing good moral judgment and ethical behavior in the modern business environment.




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