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dc.contributor.authorIssa, Theodora
dc.contributor.authorPick, David
dc.contributor.editorRowland Curtis, Emma Dowling and Stefano Harney
dc.identifier.citationIssa, Theodora and Pick, David. 2011. Small acts of resistance: Can these lead to a positive change?, in Curtis, R. and Dowling, E. and Harney, S. (ed), 14th Annual Conference of the European Business Ethics Network UK (EBEN), Apr 12 2011. London, United Kingdom: European Business Ethics Network (EBEN) UK.

The aim of this paper is to examine whether and how business ethics scholars can be engaged with students in critical public debate about business ethics issues. The question of whether small acts of resistance by business ethics scholars can enhance pedagogy and public engagement will be explored using data from a variety of sources including student course evaluations and reflective learning journals by students and reflections on teaching by lecturers. The paper will conclude with a discussion of issues and questions, limits and possibilities arising from the research that are worthy of further examination, particularly in relation to the support rendered by universities to business ethics scholars to enhance their engagement in both local or global debates as they seek to make a difference in the global community they are part of.

dc.publisherEuropean Business Ethics Network UK (EBEN)
dc.subjectbusiness ethics
dc.subjectbusiness schools
dc.titleSmall acts of resistance: Can these lead to a positive change?
dc.typeConference Paper
dcterms.source.titleBook of abstracts
dcterms.source.seriesBook of abstracts
dcterms.source.conference14th Annual Conference of the European Business Ethics Network UK (EBEN)
dcterms.source.conference-start-dateApr 12 2011
dcterms.source.conferencelocationLondon, United Kingdom
dcterms.source.placeLondon, United Kingdom
curtin.departmentCBS - Faculty Office
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