Reviews and Responses
“Should I select a pragmatic, application-based text, to supplement the more traditional theoretical text, for the university capstone class I’m teaching for the first time this Fall? I want something that would be practical and make the students think about their own behavioral choices in situations involving ethics. But I also want something that will challenge them to think critically about a variety of ethical situations.” This was one of the dilemmas I faced when I was investigating what text to use as a supplementary text my first time through teaching the Ethics in Communication course as a university capstone elective. Could I pull from the more popular literature on ethics for such a text? If so, what text would I choose?
©2006 April Chatham Carpenter
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Chatham Carpenter, April
"A Review by Chatham Carpenter of Moral Courage, by Rushworth Kidder,"
UNIversitas: Journal of Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity: Vol. 2
, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/universitas/vol2/iss2/7