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21513 Business Ethics and Sustainability
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Students will be provided with a subject outline once they enrol in the subject. Subject handbook information prior to is available in the Archives. This subject explores the breadth and depth of ethical issues confronting contemporary organisations as they relate to general business practice and sustainability. It examines major philosophical conceptualisations of ethics and applies these to critically analyse both theory and practice. It places particular emphasis on developing students' ethical vocabulary and ethical argumentation so that they are better equipped to successfully carry an ethically informed subjectivity into their organisational practice.
This subject provides students with various frameworks for incorporating and critically evaluating sustainability in organisational practices and decision-making.
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Upon successful completion of this subject students should be able to: 1. The Business Ethics and Sustainability unit contributes to the Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Management by developing in students a critical understanding of the ethical issues, conflicts and dilemmas facing contemporary organisations as well as the conceptualisation of these ethical issues within the business ethics, corporate social responsibility and allied academic and practitioner fields.
About Ethics, Principles and Moral Values
Using current ethical case studies, the subject equips students with a critical understanding concerning the management considerations necessary to advance their ethical vocabulary and ethical argumentation in a broad variety of organisational contexts. Through activities and content exploration, students sharpen their critical management skills and knowledge by equipping themselves with critical appreciation, and embodiment, of ethical attitudes and values.
This subject is geared towards developing both a theoretical understanding and a practical capability in students regarding ethics and sustainability in organisations. The subject will be taught using a combination of lectures and tutorials.
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The lectures provide the structure of the topic area, discussion of the theory and introduce students to critical issues and controversies. Tutorials provide students with a forum to apply, develop and deepen their understanding of the topic area covered in the lectures through discussion of specific cases, issues and examples. Students are required to complete preparatory work in the form of academic readings, videos and other forms of media prior to their attendance at the weekly lectures. All students will be provided with the opportunity for initial feedback on their performance in the subject during the first six weeks of the semester, for example, through tutorial exercises, draft assignments and other assessment methods.