Orienteering in wonderland: Ethical decision-making by faculty in the UB strike [Book Review]

Journal of Academic Ethics 1 (3):295-322 (2003)
Abstract
The University of Bridgeport, like many other universities, inappropriately adopted a corporate model of faculty relations. But faculty members have multiple obligations: to their profession, discipline, students, public, self, and each other, in addition to their institution. These multiple obligations justified the actions taken by striking faculty. Faculty loyalty is not to an administration, and not ultimately even to their institution: it is to the truth, to the integrity of the profession, and to themselves
Keywords Collective Bargaining  Governance  Unions
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