Ethics-PJ-Mod 3-SLP Unit

Ethics

Ethics-PJ-Mod3-SLP

Unit

1.Byrne,E. (2002). Business ethics: A helpful hybrid in search of integrity.Journalof Business

Ethics37(2): 121-133.

Thisarticle is published in a recognized scholarly journal, the journalof business ethics, which is published by the globally recognizedSpringerScience and Business Media. The fact that this is a peer reviewedjournal indicates that the article itself is peer reviewed whichmakes it an excellent scholarly piece. The author’s credentials andaffiliation provide assurance that he has authority over the subject.The article also shows evidence of extension research andappreciation of the same through in-text references and a referencelist at the end. The articles format is scholarly with an abstract,complete paragraphs and conclusion.

2.Business:The view from the top, and bottom Corporate culture (September 24,2011). The

Economist,76-77.

Thisis not a scholarly piece. First, the article is published in a nonscholarly magazine. Further, the author’s name and his credentialsare not indicated to show his expertise in the subject. The articlehas no reference list or in-text references to acknowledgeinformation borrowed from other sources. The acknowledgement of otherresearch by the paper does not follow a scholarly format which isusually in parentheses.

3.Dee, J. (Dec 23, 2007). A Toy Maker’s Conscience. NewYork Times Magazine.New York: 34.

Thepaper is not scholarly. To start with, it is not published in ascholarly source. The article does not include cite other sources andreferences in the recommended scholarly manner. The author’saffiliation to the newspaper is indicated but his authority over thesubject is not provided. The claims presented in the article are alsountended r reviewed by other scholars. However, as an articlepublished in a newspaper with high circulation, it capturescontemporary views on the topic. Therefore, the article can be usedsparingly to offer guidance on contemporary views about a subject butnot make scholarly arguments. 4. Sirsly, C. T. (2009).œ75years of lessons learned: chief executive officer values andcorporate

socialresponsibility. Journalof Management History15(1): 78.

Thearticle is a scholarly one and a primary source. It is published in apeer reviewed scholarly journal. Its author and his credentials arewell indicated at the top to show his authority in the subject. As aprimary source, the source clearly indicates the research design andmethodology used to come up with findings presented. The author makesfull recognition and acknowledgement of past research and theinfluence of the same on the current study. As such, the article hasgood references both in-text in parentheses and a reference list.

5.Borgeson, J., Schroeder, J., Magnusson, M. &amp Magnusson, F.(2009). Corporation

communication,ethics, and operational identity: a case study of Benetton. BusinessEthics.18(3): 209.

Thearticle is a commendable scholarly source. It is published in arespected peer reviewed journal same as Byrne (2002). The authorsaffiliations are well indicated for follow up purposes and toascertain expertise in the subject. The article follows a scholarlyformat complete with an abstract, introduction, body, conclusion andreference list. All the borrowed ideas used in the paper are citedthrough in text referencing in parentheses and a reference list atthe end.

6.Deontology(n.d.). Retrieved from,http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deontology#Kantianism

Thisarticle is not a reliable scholarly source. The author is unknown andthe site allows everybody to add and modify content without properverification. The in-text citations in form of endnotes provided tosupport ideas presented cannot be verified. There is no primary datacollected and the paper does not follow a formal format. Although thearticle offers a reference list, the lack of an authorized authorundermines it authenticity. As such, this article should not be usedas a scholarly source.

7.Driver, J. (2014). The History of Utilitarianism. TheStanfordEncyclopedia of Philosophy

EdwardN. Zalta (ed.). Retrieved from,&lthttp://plato.stanford.edu/archives/win2014/entries/utilitarianism-history/&gt.

Thearticle is a sound scholarly source. First the site is recognized tooffer scholarly materials reviewed by peers as an online journal. Asa scholarly oriented site identified by “edu” in its URL, thearticle has the needed qualities of a scholarly paper. The authorname is indicated but not at the top but in another link that offersinformation on how to cite the article. The paper is well referencedwith bit in-text references and a reference list at the end.

References

Byrne,E. (2002). Business ethics: A helpful hybrid in search of integrity.Journalof Business

Ethics37(2): 121-133.

Business:The view from the top, and bottom Corporate culture (September 24,2011). The

Economist,76-77.

Borgeson,J., Schroeder, J., Magnusson, M. &amp Magnusson, F. (2009).Corporation

communication,ethics, and operational identity: a case study of Benetton. BusinessEthics.18(3): 209.

Dee,J. (Dec 23, 2007). A Toy Maker’s Conscience. NewYork Times Magazine.New York: 34.

Deontology(n.d.).Retrieved from,&lthttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deontology#Kantianism&gtDriver,J. (2014). The History of Utilitarianism. TheStanfordEncyclopedia of Philosophy

EdwardN. Zalta (ed.). Retrieved from,&lthttp://plato.stanford.edu/archives/win2014/entries/utilitarianism-history/&gt.

Sirsly,C. T. (2009).œ75years of lessons learned: chief executive officer values andcorporate

socialresponsibility. Journalof Management History15(1): 78.