The Effect of Pedagogy on Students’ Perceptions of the Importance of Ethics and Social Responsibility in Business Firms
Ethics and Behavior
Ethics is increasingly viewed to be an important component of business education. However, assessment of the ethics component of business education has not received the same degree of examination as has assessment of the functional areas. Instead, ethics education is often simply assumed to be effective. Is it? The objective of this study is to begin to explore this question by examining the effects of the integration of ethics into a functional area of business education, specifically a management principles course. The results raise questions about the effectiveness of integrating ethics across the business curriculum.
Assudani, Rashmi H.; Chinta, Ravi; and Manolis, Chris, "The Effect of Pedagogy on Students’ Perceptions of the Importance of Ethics and Social Responsibility in Business Firms" (2011). Faculty Scholarship. Paper 48.