Teaching ethics: a case study-based, interdisciplinary framework
Source of Publication
International Journal of Business and Emerging Markets
As economies in the MENA region have become increasingly global and dependent on foreign labour, higher education institutions have a responsibility to effectively incorporate ethics education. This article presents a new interdisciplinary, case study-based model for teaching ethics in higher education (ICE model). It is comprised of five components including: 1) a discussion to identify the ethical dilemma involved; 2) an examination of the consequences of an action on self and others; 3) an examination of how the environment may affect moral reasoning; 4) a discussion of how and why decision-making may change when certain details or circumstances in the dilemma are changed; 5) a summary of one's final decision with its justification.
Barza, Lydia and Cohen, Marc, "Teaching ethics: a case study-based, interdisciplinary framework" (2015). All Works. 3298.
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