Moral and ethical aspects, business curriculum, business ethics, judgement (ethics), accounting ethics, moral courage
Recent highly-publicized business scandals involving accounting ethical failures have encouraged research and recommendations to teach business ethics throughout the business curriculum. Research studies provide evidence that increasing moral sensitivity and judgment is possible over short periods of moral instruction, however, having higher moral sensitivity and judgment does not guarantee that moral courage will be displayed under duress. This study identifies personal moral courage intention strategies to support morally courageous acts.
Barnes, J., Christensen, D., & Rees, D. (2007). Identifying Strategies That Encourage Resolve To Exhibit Moral Courage. Mountain Plains Journal of Business and Technology, 8(1). Retrieved from https://openspaces.unk.edu/mpjbt/vol8/iss1/3
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