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Product NameMaybe I Should. . .Case Studies On Ethics For Student Affairs Professionals (American College Personnel Association Series)
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Published01/29/2009
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Long DescriptionMaybe I Should…Case Studies on Ethics for Student Affairs Professionals is designed to help graduate students and new to midlevel student affairs professionals heighten their knowledge of sensitivities to professional ethics in practice. Hamrick and Benjamin encourage professionals to identify and articulate plausible―as well as preferred―strategies for addressing ethically problematic situations, and develop rationales to justify particular ethical decisions and actions. Readers are provided with strategies for analyzing cases as well as a number of targeted cases for consideration and analysis. Additionally, resources and suggestions are offered to instructors and facilitators who seek to incorporate professional ethics and case study analysis into formal educational or staff development activities in student affairs.
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