Ethics, Integrity And Aptitude (Volume-II) Case Studies by M.K.Mohanty
One of the central tasks of ethics is to identify ethical problems in various aspects of human relationships and then apply moral principles to help resolve those problems. We cannot expect good outcomes in ethically challenging situations merely by relying on the goodwill of decent people to do the right thing. This assumes added significance in the case of government and administration: it being complex and challenging. Consistent ethical action requires an analytical process to sort through the issues. Case studies are an important tool in this pursuit for several reasons. First, the careful description of benchmark cases from society and administration can provide a roadmap for decision-making in future cases. Second, case studies can be a driving force in the development of new analyses and thought in ethics. Third, case studies can be an important tool in teaching ethics as they offer students a chance to develop their ability to solve problems using knowledge, concepts, and skills relevant to their future professional goals. This volume is an effort in the above directions so as to help both students and practitioners. Besides, the book selectively captures cases from various walks of life so as to help students especially appearing for civil service examination.
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Table of Content:
Section-I: How to Write Case Studies
Section-II: Case Studies with Answers 1-125
Section-III: Practice Case Studies
Section-IV: Quotations with Analysis
Section-V: Previous Years' Question Papers with Answers