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|Other Titles:||A Study on Business Ethics Teaching at Science-technological University and College in Taiwan|
Huoo-Chin Liu, Hsiu-Ching Shih
Department of Industrial Education, NTNU
The authors studied business ethics teaching at science-technological universitiesand colleges in Taiwan. The content included teaching method, assessment approach,and difficulties and challenges in teaching. Managers’ opinions regarding the motivationto promote business ethics policy, and comments and suggestions about business ethicseducation, were collected using surveys. The instructors of business ethics courses andcorporate managers were interviewed and surveyed. The study found eleven differentteaching methods of business ethics. There were seven assessment approaches, mostusing a form of report. In addition, ten issues and challenges were found. Issuesincluded a lack of local teaching materials, and teachers’ and students’ lack of practicalexperience, which unfavorably affected teaching of cases studies. Managers believe thatthe motivation for promoting business ethics is to benefit long-term business interests.The study arrived at seven conclusions such as case and lecturing methods being usedas the main method of teaching, and that teachers’ and students’ lack of practical experience is not beneficial for teaching using case studies. From the data, the authorsrecommend that teachers learn more teaching methods, prepare positive and negative local case studies for teaching, and introduce ethical issues into professional courses to enhance the effectiveness of business ethics teaching.
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