Teaching ethics: a case study-based, interdisciplinary framework
by Lydia Barza; Marc Cohen
International Journal of Business and Emerging Markets (IJBEM), Vol. 7, No. 4, 2015

Abstract: 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.

Online publication date: Tue, 13-Oct-2015

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