Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Zachary M. Schrag.|
|LC Classifications||H62.5.U5 S37 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009043789|
The first work to document the troubled emergence of today's system of regulating scholarly research, Ethical Imperialism illuminates the problems caused by simple, universal rule making in academic and professional research. This short, smart analysis will engage scholars across academia. Ethical Imperialism book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. University researchers in the United States seeking to observe, survey /5. While most business ethics texts focus exclusively on individual decision making—what should an individual do—this resource presents the whole business ethics story. Highly realistic, readable, and down-to-earth, it moves from the individual to the managerial to the organizational level, focusing on business ethics in an organizational context to promote an understanding of complex influences on . The first work to document the troubled emergence of today's system of regulating scholarly research, Ethical Imperialism illuminates the problems caused by simple, universal rule making in academic and professional research. This short, smart analysis will engage scholars across by:
Ethical Imperialism. Download NOW! Author: Zachary M. Schrag. Publisher: JHU global ethics and moral diversity. The book is intended for senior undergraduate and graduate students interested in bioethics as well as for bioethicists, philosophers, physicians, scholars of Asian and culture studies, geneticists, sinologists, medical. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 95 pages ; 21 cm. Contents: Bombing and human rights / Noam Chomsky --NATO action in Serbia / Harold Pinter --Benign imperialism versus United Nations / Ken Coates --The Yugoslav drama / Zhores A. Medvedev --Defence and security policy in the European Union / Pedro Marset Campos --War in the Balkans: economic . Ethical Imperialism Zachary Schrag's historical analysis of the genesis of the Institutional Review Board in the Tuskegee Institute debacle is a must read. He digs into documents that reveal how the response to a biomedical research nightmare has warped the social 5/5(3). Ethical imperialism (which directs people to do everywhere exactly as they do at home) is the term used to describe a situation where a code of ethical behavior or attitude is imposed on another community or society. It is normally used in a derogatory or pejorative sense. Ethical imperialism is at one end of a spectrum with cultural relativism (where no culture's ethics are better than any.
Thoroughly, disappointingly mediocre. A couple of the arguments in this book were pretty terrible, the rest being rather tepid. Appiah disagrees with Peter Singer et al about the conclusions drawn from the Shallow Pond thought experiment, in which we are said to have very demanding ethical obligations to donate as much of our worldly possessions as possible to help the poor in the third world/5. A quick shout-out to Ethical Imperialism: Institutional Review Boards and the Social Sciences, It's exactly what it says it is. And it does it well. It's a book about the IRB. If you don't know what an IRB is, it's not your fault, it just means you haven't done research at a university. Zachary M. Schrag, an associate professor in the Department of History and Art History at George Mason University, is the author of Ethical Imperialism: Institutional Review Boards and the Social Sciences, (Johns Hopkins University Press, ). Ecological Imperialism: The Biological Expansion of Europe, is a book by Alfred Crosby, in which he explains the relative ease with which Europeans conquered "Neo-Europes" was due to biology rather than military was based on his work about the Columbian Exchange of the flora and fauna exchanges that took place between the New World and the old.