Reviews: Ethics

4 reviews found for "Ethics"
Book review : Philosophy with teenagers
This is a book review of Philosophy with teenagers by Patricia Hannam and Eugenio Echeverria, published by Continuum in 2009, ISBN 9781855394667. It was reviewed by Robert Bowie of Canterbury Christ Church University on behalf of ESCalate. The book is divided into three parts. The first explores the history of the community of philosophical enquiry and the development of identity among adolescents. Part two focuses on hearing and responding to...
Book review : Researching with children and young people : research design, methods and analysis
Book review : Researching with children and young people : research design, methods and analysis by Kay Tisdall et al., published by Sage in 2008, ISBN 9781412923897. It was reviewed by Margaret Simms of ProCEEd on behalf of ESCalate. At first glance this is a book of case studies; on closer inspection however the book is indeed the ‘collaborative creation’ to which the authors refer; collaboration that is, with one another and numerous...
Book review: Ethical educational leadership in turbulent times: (re) solving moral dilemmas
This is a book review of Ethical educational leadership in turbulent times: (re) solving moral dilemmas edited by Joan Poliner Shapiro and Steven Jay Gross, published by Routledge in 2007, ISBN 9780805856002. It was reviewed by Stephen Parker of the University of Worcester on behalf of ESCalate. This book describes leadership in terms of its moral purpose and effects, proposing a theoretical framework – the Multiple Ethical Paradigm – within...
Book Review: Ethical Leadership and Decision Making in Education: Applying Theoretical Perspectives to Complex Dilemmas (Topics in Educational Leadership S.)
The book comes from three recent developments in the field of educational leadership. Firstly an interest in the study of ethics among educational leaders; secondly a rising tendency to use case studies as a method of reflection on administrative problems; and thirdly the introduction of licensure standards in the US for school leaders that require an understanding of ethical issues. The book is written from within an American context and for an...