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Dirty work, clean hands: The moral psychology of indirect agency

Neeru Paharia, Karim S. Kassam, Joshua D. Greene, Max H. Bazerman
2009 Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes  
Four experiments examine the moral psychology of indirect agency.  ...  Experiment 2B indicates that reflective moral judgment is sensitive to indirect agency, but only to the extent that indirectness signals reduced foreknowledge and/or control.  ...  We conducted four experiments to examine the moral psychology of indirect agency.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.obhdp.2009.03.002 fatcat:5vismd2ngfh2pgitbtjstvw6zq

Markets and Dignity: The Essential Link (With an Application to Health Care) [chapter]

Mark D. White
2010 Accepting the Invisible Hand  
Yet agency can always be of issue, and once a proposal has violated the conditions of good agency, the Stoic can shift to speaking in wholly moral terms.  ...  Add to the isolation the circumstances in which people needed to find connections to physical and human resources to help them clean or reconstruct homes and find work, and it is clear that the need for  ...  In 1985 the historian Daniel Horowitz argued that the American clerisy had been since the 1920s in the grip of a "modern moralism" about spending.  ... 
doi:10.1057/9780230114319_1 fatcat:cmfu6si32fh2dbhfdwdsoh6nku

Behavioral Legal Ethics

Jennifer K. Robbennolt, Jean R. Sternlight
2013 Social Science Research Network  
When we discuss lawyers' "ethics" we refer not only to compliance with the formal professional rules of ethics and other relevant statutory provisions, but also to behavior that is consistent with one's  ...  own moral compass.  ...  ., Dirty Work, Clean Hands: The Moral Psychology of Indirect Agency, 109 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAV. & HUM. DECISION PROCESSES 134, 134 (2009).  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2248137 fatcat:kyxb5ckwgbgirmkbhaxaebx4ca

The Shadow of the Rational Polluter: Rethinking the Role of Rational Actor Models in Environmental Law

David B. Spence
2001 California Law Review  
decisions and their participation in the political process.  ...  This traditional view of firms implies that environmental regulators must deter pollution through the imposition offines and penalties, and must deter capture and subversion of the regulatory process through  ...  , 2°4 and that politicians can influence agency decisions. 2 " 5 Most of the work in this field has focused on agencies other than the EPA. a " 6 However, some studies have demonstrated that (i) the EPA  ... 
doi:10.2307/3481289 fatcat:tvpzplp44vcxxf2qiewbmkj5za

Reputational Regulation

Kish Parella
2017 Social Science Research Network  
This Article identifies an alternative strategy for organizational change that relies on the indirect reputational effects of litigation.  ...  When organizations act in ways that offend the public interest, parties seeking to change that behavior traditionally turned to litigation to force these organizations to reform, whether by command or  ...  (citing RICHARD DAVIS, DECISIONS AND IMAGES THE SUPREME COURT AND THE PRESS 16 (1994))); id. at 232 ("[M]edia coverage of both health care and immigration issues spiked after the Supreme Court decisions  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2928342 fatcat:h42ja52u3zbu7hstpdr2auwsj4

Summer/Fall 2022

2022 The Journal of Values Based Leadership  
JVBL Mission Statement The mission of the JVBL is to promote ethical and moral leadership and behavior by serving as a forum for ideas and the sharing of "best practices."  ...  The JVBL defines values-based leadership to include topics involving ethics in leadership, moral considerations in business decision-making, stewardship of our natural environment, and spirituality as  ...  LEADERSHIP Acknowledgement The author wishes to thank Drs. Tom Karp and Phillip Gates for their collaboration and assistance with this project.  ... 
doi:10.22543/1948-0733.1426 fatcat:kppfvsdg6raeddnkybuf2m7i6e

Handbook of Disaster and Emergency Management [article]

Amir Khorram-Manesh, Krzysztof Goniewicz, Attila Hertelendy, Maxim Dulebenets
2021 Zenodo  
This is the second edition of the handbook in disaster and emergency management, which was published in 2017.  ...  The current updated handbook (second edition) is more complete and has several new chapters.  ...  Acknowledgement The editors would like to thank all authors who took part in the first edition of the handbook and whose support was the foundation for the second edition.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5553076 fatcat:5zebeprw6vb5joeu4oyd4rqccy

Energy Partisanship

Hari M. Osofsky, Jacqueline Peel
2014 Social Science Research Network  
Providing more information does not change minds because (1) it does not take moral and cultural worldview differences into account, or (2) it is presented in ways that do not adequately acknowledge how  ...  people's perceptions of the relatability and trustworthiness of communicators shape their acceptance of that information.  ...  their (dirty) business in the name of saving the planet. . . .  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2523911 fatcat:kpjhhlb6d5dcnb4oodtpxzpeuq

Asian Social Science, Vol. 5, No. 11, 2009. All in one PDF file

Editor ASS
2009 Asian Social Science  
First, this research only involves four demonstratives "this", "these", "that" and "those" and the scale is not comprehensive, so in the future, the number of demonstratives should be enlarged to make  ...  Second, the data sample is not large enough, a larger sample will be of more help in proving the result of this research.  ...  These are the importance of a scientific and democratic decision-making process.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ass.v5n11p0 fatcat:pcb33d6a35hglls3jvrp64tni4

Arguing in Russian: Why Solzhenitsyn's Fictional Arguments Defy Translation

Anna Wierzbicka
2011 Russian Journal of Communication  
in, with and about Russia.  ...  The journal is published in cooperation with the Russian Communication Association (RCA) and the North American Russian Communication Association (NARCA).  ...  AUTHOR NOTE I would like to express my deep gratitude to the colleagues who graciously agreed to be interviewed: Daniel Andler, Maurice Aymard, Luc Boltanski, Mikhail Boytsov, Bertran Conen, Aron Gurevich  ... 
doi:10.1080/19409419.2011.10756788 fatcat:czjqdxzn7ff43fotscx2dkb3ei

Stage and Screen Experience: The Actor's Challenge

Ovunda Ihunwo
2013 IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science  
The reasons are not far-fetched; this is as a result of ignorance both on the side of the society and the actors on both media in the sense that they have failed to realize the challenges that actors are  ...  Oftentimes, one encounters a silent argument between the stage actor and stars produced as a result of having played either lead or supporting roles in the movies.  ...  Informal Social Support and Caregiver Burden of Caregivers of Elderly With Dementia  ... 
doi:10.9790/0837-0850107 fatcat:7q7ltnhoojginfcjzqcyeoij3e

"I'd like to thank the academy": An analysis of the awards discourse at the Atlantic Schools of Business Conference

Patricia Genoe McLaren, Albert J. Mills
2008 Canadian Journal of the Administrative Sciences  
, 2002) ; and the reaffirmation of the purpose of university -"to help one generation after another grow intellectually and morally through study and the self scrutiny such study can sometimes prompt"  ...  In addition there is a lack of research on IBS adoption specifically in the Atlantic Canada region and in the tourism sector which is important to the areas' economy (Mombourquette & Blotnicky, 2006.  ...  One of the eminent proponents at the heart of this shift was Abraham Maslow, and his work includes perspectives that have informed a wide range of human behavior and human potential.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cjas.74 fatcat:swephzhbcvdi5h4jsgqei7ltxy

Knowledge, Education, Law, Management 2019 № 1 (25)

Roman Babetskyi, Oleg Batiuk, Viktoriia Bondarenko, Andrii Borovyk, Volodymyr Ordynskyi, Pavlo Bradulov, Svitlana Cherneta, Nataliia Hrytsai, Svitlana Ilchenko, Iryna Kashubiak, Maryna Kulyk, Anna Stepanova (+13 others)
2019 Zenodo  
well as presentation of the most pressing problems existing at the state and international levels.  ...  The science articles, reviews and responses are accepted in Polish, English, Ukrainian and Russian languages and in other languages of the EU countries.  ...  , a centuries-long moral and psychological experience is imprinted, which represents a special value for philosophical reflections of the human problem.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3332630 fatcat:2i3vufywyzar5o3gcnyrz3r3dy

Regulating Coexistence in the New Political-Economy: Cross-Sector Collaboration in a Workforce Development Approach

Orly Lobel
2003 Social Science Research Network  
In an era of privatization, welfare-to-work reforms, and a "devolution revolution," government agencies must often decide whether to support and cooperate with for-profit or nonprofit intermediaries, and  ...  , the goal is to provide a better normative understanding of the comparative advantage of different organizational forms in changing social contexts.  ...  113 Workers inform their friends about the criteria employers look for when making hiring decisions and, on the other end of the decision making process, they serve the function of references and vouchers  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.463642 fatcat:tt4u7llbz5dopm37grussrke6i

The Rise of the Environmental Justice Paradigm

2000 American Behavioral Scientist  
They also have a right to clean air, land, water, and food. It also asserts workplace rights-the right to work in a clean and safe environment.  ...  to clean food • Right to a safe and healthy work environment • Right to participate in all levels of the policy-making process • Public policy must be based on mutual respect for all people • Public  ... 
doi:10.1177/0002764200043004003 fatcat:n5oa2z6fxzdpzoffdxlaw5b56i
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