Environmental Studies and Ecology: Ethics and Professional Leadership
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The paper looks at the internal dynamics that can complicate ethical behavior in an organization. More than that, the paper looks at the origins, scope and characteristics of corruption and discusses the connection between Alford's work on whistleblowers and this writer's experiences with whistleblowers and their apparent motivations. The paper also provides some ethical guidelines.
From the Paper:"To start with, it is imperative to define corruption. One online source holds that corruption is a form of behavior that "deviates from ethics, morality, tradition, law and civic virtue" (Namibia, 2007). Seen in that light, any action that is dishonest, contravenes the law, and/or involves activity that one would not want others to know about, may be defined as corrupt. Outlining the scope of corruption is a more difficult task than defining the phenomenon or its history. For one thing, the context is entirely..."
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