Provides fresh perspectives on the teaching of ethics and values in public affairs, administration, and business in America's schools of higher education.This book offers a comprehensive selection of the latest work on teaching ethics in public administration. It presents in-depth original studies on contemporary innovations, strategies, and issues in ethics instruction and examines the most recent efforts to design ethics-education curricula that make an important difference in the lives of professional men and women. The volume features an interesting variety of program innovations from across the nation, and offers an eclectic group of pedagogical strategies, with particular relevance to on-campus learning. The contributors provide examples of ethics training in the field, focusing on three different kinds of practitioners in three different parts of the country, and deal with often-overlooked issues in the teaching of ethics such as program management, faculty-student relations, research, and consulting.James S. Bowman is Professor of Public Administration at the Askew School of Public Administration at Florida State University, author of Ethical Frontiers in Public Management, and editor-in-chief of Public Integrity Annual. Donald C. Menzel is Professor of Public Administration and Political Science at the University of South Florida at Tampa.
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