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Ethical Justice

Ethical Justice
  • Author : Brent E. Turvey,Stan Crowder
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-06-07
  • Total pages :496
  • ISBN : 9780124046467
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Summary : This textbook was developed from an idiom shared by the authors and contributors alike: ethics and ethical challenges are generally black and white - not gray. They are akin to the pregnant woman or the gunshot victim; one cannot be a little pregnant or a little shot. Consequently, professional conduct is either ethical or it is not. Unafraid to be the harbingers, Turvey and Crowder set forth the parameters of key ethical issues across the five pillars of the criminal justice system: law enforcement, corrections, courts, forensic science, and academia. It demonstrates how each pillar is dependent upon its professional membership, and also upon the supporting efforts of the other pillars - with respect to both character and culture. With contributions from case-working experts across the CJ spectrum, this text reveals hard-earned insights into issues that are often absent from textbooks born out of just theory and research. Part 1 examines ethic issues in academia, with chapters on ethics for CJ students, CJ educators, and ethics in CJ research. Part 2 examines ethical issues in law enforcement, with separate chapters on law enforcement administration and criminal investigations. Part 3 examines ethical issues in the forensic services, considering the separate roles of crime lab administration and evidence examination. Part 4 examines ethical issues in the courts, with chapters discussing the prosecution, the defense, and the judiciary. Part 5 examines ethical issues in corrections, separately considering corrections staff and treatment staff in a forensic setting. The text concludes with Part 6, which examines ethical issues in a broad professional sense with respect to professional organizations and whistleblowers. Ethical Justice: Applied Issues for Criminal Justice Students and Professionals is intended for use as a textbook at the college and university, by undergraduate students enrolled in a program related to any of the CJ professions. It is intended to guide them through the real-world issues that they will encounter in both the classroom and in the professional community. However, it can also serve as an important reference manual for the CJ professional that may work in a community that lacks ethical mentoring or leadership. First of its kind overview of the five pillars of criminal justice: academia, law enforcement, forensic services, courts and corrections Written by practicing criminal justice professionals, from across every pillar Offers a realistic overview of ethical issues confronted by criminals justice students and professionals Examines sensitive subjects often ignored in other criminal justice ethics texts Numerous cases examples in each chapter to facilitate instruction and learning

The Principles of Ethics: pt. IV. Justice; pt. V. Negative beneficence; pt. VI. Positive beneficence

The Principles of Ethics: pt. IV. Justice; pt. V. Negative beneficence; pt. VI. Positive beneficence
  • Author : Herbert Spencer
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1898
  • Total pages :229
  • ISBN : UCSC:32106005793093
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Ethical Issues for Esl Faculty

Ethical Issues for Esl Faculty
  • Author : Johnnie Johnson Hafernik,Dorothy S. Messerschmitt,Stephanie Vandrick
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2014-04-04
  • Total pages :182
  • ISBN : 9781135641634
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Summary : This book explicitly addresses ethical dilemmas and issues that post-secondary ESL faculty commonly encounter and examines them in the framework of social justice concerns. Ethics is defined broadly, to include responsibilities and obligations to students inside and outside the classroom, as well to colleagues, educational institutions, the TESL profession, and society as a whole. Scenarios in each chapter provide realistic and compelling situations for reflection and discussion. The authors then set out the issues raised, relate them to the classroom environment, and offer opportunities to examine them in a variety of contexts and to consider possible solutions to the dilemmas. Issues include testing, plagiarism, technology, social and political issues affecting students and the classroom, gift-giving, curriculum decisions, disruptive students, institutional constraints, academic freedom, gender, class, and power. Busy classroom instructors will find this book accessible, thought-provoking, and relevant to their daily work situations. It is not intended as a theoretical treatment of ethics and social justice in ESL, nor does it propose that ESL faculty teach morals or ethics to students. Rather, it is designed as a concise, practical introduction to ethical practice for both new and experienced ESL faculty in post-secondary teaching situations in the United States, for others interested in the ESL classroom, and as a text for TESL classes and seminars. Ethical Issues for ESL Faculty: *maps new territory in the field--ethical issues in TESL, particularly as encountered by post-secondary classroom teachers, are not often discussed in ESL publications; *makes the complex issues of ethics in the context of social justice accessible to TESL practitioners; and *includes useful resources, such as additional scenarios for discussion, an extensive reference list, and selected ethics-related Web sites.

A Theory of Justice

A Theory of Justice
  • Author : John RAWLS
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2009-06-30
  • Total pages :623
  • ISBN : 9780674042605
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Summary : Though the revised edition of A Theory of Justice, published in 1999, is the definitive statement of Rawls's view, so much of the extensive literature on Rawls's theory refers to the first edition. This reissue makes the first edition once again available for scholars and serious students of Rawls's work.

Justice, Crime, and Ethics

Justice, Crime, and Ethics
  • Author : Michael C. Braswell,Belinda R. McCarthy,Bernard J. McCarthy
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2014-05-05
  • Total pages :496
  • ISBN : 9780323262880
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Summary : Justice, Crime, and Ethics, a leading textbook in criminal justice programs, examines ethical dilemmas pertaining to the administration of criminal justice and professional activities in the field. This eighth edition continues to deliver a broad scope of topics through focus on law enforcement, legal practice, sentencing, corrections, research, crime control policy, and philosophical issues. The book's robust coverage encompasses contentious issues such as capital punishment, prison corruption, the use of deception in police interrogation, and many more. New content includes new material on juvenile justice, corporate crime, and prosecutorial misconduct. Students of criminal justice, as well as instructors and professionals in the field, will continue to rely on this thorough, dependable resource on ethical decision-making in the criminal justice system. Essays are enhanced with case studies and exercises designed to stimulate critical and creative thinking regarding ethical issues in crime and justice Discussion questions and lists of key concepts focus students and help them to understand ethics in the context of the criminal justice system New chapters cover ethical issues related to juvenile justice and corporate misconduct, and chapters on police and prosecutor ethics have been extensively updated A full suite of online ancillaries for instructors and students adds value to lectures and enriches the learning experience

Choosing Justice

Choosing Justice
  • Author : Norman Frohlich,Joe A. Oppenheimer
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1993-10
  • Total pages :258
  • ISBN : 9780520084377
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Summary : This book presents an entirely new answer to the question: “What is fair?” In their radical approach to ethics, Frohlich and Oppenheimer argue that much of the empirical methodology of the natural sciences should be applied to the ethical questions of fairness and justice.

Justice, Crime, and Ethics

Justice, Crime, and Ethics
  • Author : Michael C. Braswell,Belinda Rodgers McCarthy,Bernard J. McCarthy
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2011
  • Total pages :420
  • ISBN : 1437734855
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Summary : A popular and highly readable approach to the complex process of ethical decision-making in the criminal justice system. The important chapters in Justice, Crime, and Ethics examine ethical dilemmas pertaining to the administration of criminal justice and professional activities in the field. Comprehensive coverage is achieved through focus on law enforcement, legal practice, sentencing, corrections, research, crime control policy, and philosophical issues. The book is written in twenty-one compact chapters organized under six sections that highlight different segments of the criminal justice system. An introductory note by the editors sets the stage and notes the essentialgoals of exploring ethics in this field.

Wellbeing, Justice and Development Ethics

Wellbeing, Justice and Development Ethics
  • Author : Severine Deneulin
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2014-02-03
  • Total pages :124
  • ISBN : 9781317962687
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Summary : The question of the meaning of progress and development is back on the political agenda. How to frame this discontent and search for new alternatives when either Marxism or liberalism no longer provides a satisfactory framework? This book introduces in an accessible way the capability approach, first articulated by Amartya Sen in the early 1980s. Written for an international audience, but rooted in the Latin American reality - a region with a history of movements for social justice - the book argues that the capability approach provides to date, the most encompassing and compelling ethical framework with which to construct action for improving people’s wellbeing and reducing injustices in the world. This book outlines in a clear and concrete way what the capability approach is and its significance for the social sciences and policy. It describes the distinctiveness of the approach as an ethical framework for action and aims to stimulate critical reflection on current economic and social practices as well as providing a language with which to modify them within human wellbeing concerns. Comprehensive, practical and nuanced in its treatment of the capability approach, this highly original volume gives students, researchers and professionals in the field of development an innovative framing of the capability approach as a 'language' for action and provides specific examples of how it has made a difference.

The Ethical Foundations of Criminal Justice

The Ethical Foundations of Criminal Justice
  • Author : Richard A. Spurgeon Hall,Carolyn Brown Dennis,Tere L Chipman
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1999-09-24
  • Total pages :368
  • ISBN : 0849391164
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Summary : Ideal for anyone involved in the study of criminal justice, this book acquaints students with the philosophical concepts upon which ethical theory is based. It applies these ideas to specific issues and dilemmas within the criminal justice system. Its ultimate goal is to acquaint students with basic concepts of ethics in criminal justice and to train the mind to solve moral issues independently. The Ethical Foundations of Criminal Justice offers a comprehensive definition of ethics, and elucidates its unique language and logic. The book explores the major ethical theories, with extensive discussion of authorities like Kant, Aristotle, Mill, and Hobbes. Chapters investigate normative ethics, teleological theories, deontological theories, and the alternative theories of ethics. The author exhibits the practice of these theories in actual matters of rights, the law, and the behavior of the courts. This book addresses ethics in the context of civil liability, police corruption, and abuse of police power, and includes numerous case studies and references to other relevant works. Criminal justice majors, criminology and law school students, and even police academy cadets will find this text an invaluable source of information both for academic studies and real-world applications.

Love, Power, and Justice

Love, Power, and Justice
  • Author : Paul Tillich
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1954
  • Total pages :127
  • ISBN : 0195002229
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Summary : Speaking with understanding and force, Tillich offers a basic analysis of love, power, justice, and all concepts fundamental in the mutual relations of people, of social groups, and of humankind to God. His concern is to penetrate to the essential, or ontological foundation of the meaning of each of these words.

Justice for All

Justice for All
  • Author : Jeremiah Unterman
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2017-03-01
  • Total pages :352
  • ISBN : 9780827613263
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Summary : Justice for All demonstrates that the Jewish Bible, by radically changing the course of ethical thought, came to exercise enormous influence on Jewish thought and law and also laid the basis for Christian ethics and the broader development of modern Western civilization. Jeremiah Unterman shows us persuasively that the ethics of the Jewish Bible represent a significant moral advance over Ancient Near East cultures. Moreover, he elucidates how the Bible's unique conception of ethical monotheism, innovative understanding of covenantal law, and revolutionary messages from the prophets form the foundation of many Western civilization ideals. Justice for All connects these timeless biblical texts to the persistent themes of our times: immigration policy, forgiveness and reconciliation, care for the less privileged, and attaining hope for the future despite destruction and exile in this world.

Boundaries and Justice

Boundaries and Justice
  • Author : David Lee Miller,David Leslie Miller,Sohail H. Hashmi
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2001-10-21
  • Total pages :367
  • ISBN : 0691088004
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Summary : This collection of writings offers an exploration of how diverse ethical traditions understand and interpret political and property rights with regard to territorial and jurisdictional boundaries.

Criminal Justice Ethics

Criminal Justice Ethics
  • Author : Cyndi Banks
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2009
  • Total pages :418
  • ISBN : 9781412958325
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Summary : Criminal Justice Ethics: Theory and Practice 2/e takes a sociological approach to criminal justice ethics by emphasizing the social and historical aspects of ethical inquiry. The author presents a unique discussion of ethical issues by exploring moral dilemmas faced by professionals in the criminal justice system before examining the major theoretical foundations of ethics. This distinct organization allows readers to understand real life ethical issues before grappling with philosophical approaches to the resolution of those issues.

Military Justice

Military Justice
  • Author : United States. Department of the Army
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1978
  • Total pages :157
  • ISBN : UVA:X030449551
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Rudimentary Ethics

Rudimentary Ethics
  • Author : George McKendree Steele
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1891
  • Total pages :227
  • ISBN : HARVARD:HN235I
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Ethical Problems in the Practice of Law

Ethical Problems in the Practice of Law
  • Author : Lisa G. Lerman,Philip G. Schrag,Robert Rubinson
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2020-02-05
  • Total pages :1008
  • ISBN : 9781543804669
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Summary : This problem-based book reflects the authors’ broad range of teaching, clinical, and policy-making experience. Ethical Problems in the Practice of Law’s carefully crafted ethical problems challenge students to engage in a deep analysis and participate in lively class discussion. New to the Fifth Edition: Comprehensive updates to reflect the many new developments in this fast-moving field. The authors carefully revised the entire text, adding six new problems and countless new case examples to illustrate the operation of “lawyer law.” Expanded coverage of ethics issues for arbitrators and mediators. Expanded coverage of the ethical challenges and pitfalls faced by lawyers in light of advancing technology. Deeper discussion of issues of diversity and discrimination in the legal profession. Updated and enhanced materials on innovations and transformations in the legal profession and the regulation of lawyers in the United States and abroad, including innovation in financing law practice and litigation, and offshoring legal work. Additional material on continuing efforts to address the unmet need for legal services, including licensing of nonlawyers to provide limited legal services. Professors and students will benefit from: Real-world problems, most based on actual cases, in which students are asked to step into the shoes of practicing lawyers to confront difficult ethical dilemmas that often arise in the early years of law practice. Problem-based approach, often based on real-life cases, offers students a practical way to test their understanding Problem method engages students and generates class discussion, because most problems present head-scratching dilemmas that students must puzzle through together Graphics (cartoons, tables, photos) throughout, which make the presentation lively and engaging Clear expositions of the law allow professors to devote the majority of class time to interactive discussion of the problems Transformation of a course from an often-boring upper-class requirement to a learning environment that is educationally rich, engaging and fun Shocking examples of recent lawyer misconduct maintain student interest A readable and enjoyable law school textbook

The Theory of Practice, an Ethical Enquiry

The Theory of Practice, an Ethical Enquiry
  • Author : Shadworth Hollway Hodgson
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1870
  • Total pages :229
  • ISBN : GENT:900000186690
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The Theory of Practice an Ethical Enquiry by Shadworth H. Hodgson

The Theory of Practice an Ethical Enquiry by Shadworth H. Hodgson
  • Author : Shadworth Hollway Hodgson
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1870
  • Total pages :501
  • ISBN : IBNR:CR102001308
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Part 4: Justice

Part 4: Justice
  • Author : Herbert Spencer
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1898
  • Total pages :229
  • ISBN : HARVARD:32044010602811
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Dimensions of Justice

Dimensions of Justice
  • Author : William C. Heffernan
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2014-08-01
  • Total pages :350
  • ISBN : 9781449634070
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Summary : Criminal justice is centrally concerned with what people deserve--with the rights a defendant can properly claim when charged with a crime, with the punishment a judge should impose for wrongdoing, and with the scope of discretion officials may exercise when enforcing the law. Dimensions of Justice: Ethical Issues in the Administration of Criminal Law is the only textbook of its kind that addresses these questions of justice from an institutional perspective. Thought-provoking features, including Thought Experiments boxes that present imagined scenarios to illustrate the principles under discussion and Justice in Context boxes that consider the real-life applications of concepts, along with clearly presented learning objectives, create a strong foundation in key concepts, pertinent vocabulary, and critical-thinking and reasoning skills. Readers are introduced to moral reasoning and the underpinnings of philosophical approaches to justice, including readings from critical philosophers such as Aristotle, Augustine, Locke, Kant, and Rawls. Accessible but rigorous, Dimensions of Justice: Ethical Issues in the Administration of Criminal Law provides a unique and innovative approach that challenges students to develop a new analytical framework for thinking about the criminal justice system.

Ethics, Justice and International Relations

Ethics, Justice and International Relations
  • Author : Peter Sutch
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2013-04-15
  • Total pages :240
  • ISBN : 9781134571581
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Summary : This topical and timely book critically explores contemporary liberal international relations theory. In the fifty years since the declaration of human rights, the language of international relations has come to incorporate the language of justice and injustice. The book argues that if justice is to become the governing principle of international politics, then liberals must recognise that their political preferences cannot be the preconditions of global ethics. The hierarchy of international political ethics must be constructed afresh so that the first principles of justice are accessible to all agents as political and ethical equals. This book will be essential reading for students and scholars in politics, international relations, political theory and ethics.