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  1. Ética de los servicios sociales, Begoña Román, Herder 2016. [REVIEW]Francisco Esteban Bara - 2017 - Ramon Llull Journal of Applied Ethics 8 (8):254-255.
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  2. Ética Del Deporte, Guillem Turró, Herder 2016. [REVIEW]Glòria Cagigal - 2017 - Ramon Llull Journal of Applied Ethics 8 (8):249-250.
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  3. Ética en dirección de empresas, Domènec Melé. [REVIEW]Marc Correa - 2017 - Ramon Llull Journal of Applied Ethics 8 (8):251-253.
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  4. Ethics Awareness Among Stakeholders in a Digital Technology Research Project. Exploring Designers and Participants’ Relationship Whith Ethical Issues and Procedures.Fausto J. Sainz de Salces, Rhiannon Thomas & Javier Bustamante Donas - 2017 - Ramon Llull Journal of Applied Ethics 8 (8):183-206.
    In this paper we present the perceptions of those engagedin a digital research project. We explored participants’ ethical knowledge,understanding and feelings about the whole process. We also tried toimplement a plan in order to see if certain proactive actions will benefitthe understanding of ethical issues among those stakeholders.The investigation presented here explored the need for ethical awarenessamong stakeholders in technology research projects.1 The Project tried to overcome the existing accessibility barriers faced by people unfamiliarwith ICT, people with disabilities and older (...)
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  5. Credit Granting, Ponzi Scheme and Currency Exchange Rate as Ethical Issues. A Hegelian Perspective on the Ingredients of an Economic Crisis.Cortese Domenico - 2017 - Ramon Llull Journal of Applied Ethics 8 (8):9-31.
    This paper is an attempt to found a set of ethical guidelines in respect of specific macroeconomic problems, so that the failure to fulfill these guidelines can be considered both the root of economic crises like the current one, and the reason why such crises are ethically unacceptable. The main topic I will face is the ethical aspect of the instrument of credit. I will do that by means of an examination of what being “ethical” within intersubjective life means for (...)
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  6. Happiness at Work, Business Behav Iour, And Worker Perceptions: A Case Study.Jose Luis Fernández Fernández, Manuel Angel Fernandez Gamez, Nuria de Querol Aragón & Angela Callejón Gil - 2017 - Ramon Llull Journal of Applied Ethics 8 (8):33-64.
    The objective of this study was to identify business behaviours that can create greater worker satisfaction in the performance of their professional activity, and to study their consequent impact on personal happiness. It also attempts to understand employees’ perceptions of their work environment and the influence they have on job satisfaction. Therefore, we applied a mixed research method, which combines a theoretical study based on the Sennet model and a quantitative analysis. We reviewed the theoretical arguments and conducted a survey (...)
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  7. Ethics Within a Spiritual/ Metaphysical World View Towards Integral Value-Based Education. Western Philosophy: Plato, Kant, Rousseau and Hegel.Albert Ferrer - 2017 - Ramon Llull Journal of Applied Ethics 8 (8):65-94.
    It is well-known in Western scholarship that Rousseau has been the forerunner of integral value-based pedagogies; in any case, his name stands as one of the main educationists of the West. However, the pedagogic reflections of two major philosophers of modern Europe, Kant and Hegel, have been largely overlooked, especially in the last decades. Dr. Ferrer shows in this paper that Kant and Hegel can also be regarded as forerunners of holistic value-based pedagogies. Their enlightening contributions to philosophy of education (...)
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  8. Pope Francis Tells Accountants to Become Creative.Dov Fischer - 2017 - Ramon Llull Journal of Applied Ethics 8 (8):98-120.
    In November 2014, Pope Francis addressed the World Congress of Accountants in Rome and called on the profession to go beyond accomplishing its duty with competence and wisdom. This study draws insights from Francis’s speech on how spirituality can expand the scope of accounting ethics from mere integrity, honesty, and professionalism to grander aims such as creativity, human development, and social solidarity. Recent studies show that workers and companies with a spiritual orientation perform better than peers and that spirituality fosters (...)
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  9. Motivations and Possible Decisive Factors in Employee Participat Ion in Corporate Volunteering Programmes.Pablo Gómez & José Luis Fernández Fernández - 2017 - Ramon Llull Journal of Applied Ethics 8 (8):121-157.
    The purpose of this study is to examine the motivations andoverarching criteria behind employee participation in corporate volunteering.This participation is extremely limited. It seems appropriate toenhance it, both due to the internal benefits entailed for the companyitself, and the external impact it exhibits. With that being said, we stumbleupon several problems set out in literature that are confirmed throughour research. Ignorance of the precise causes and true decisive factors thatguide employee participation in corporate volunteering programmesprevents the development of suitable strategies (...)
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  10. Ethical Requisites for Neuroenhancement of Moral Motivation.Francisco Lara - 2017 - Ramon Llull Journal of Applied Ethics 8 (8):159-181.
    No agreement exists among ethical theories on what cancount as a right moral motivation. This hampers us from knowingwhether an intervention in motivation biology can be considered positivefor human morality. To overcome this difficulty, this paper identifiesminimal requirements for moral enhancement that could be accepted bythe major moral theories. Subsequently four possible scenarios are presentedwhere the most promising neural interventions on moral motivationare implemented, by means of drugs, electromagnetic stimulation ofbrain, or biotechnological brain implants. The ultimate goal of this paperis (...)
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  11. Ética de los medios de comunicación, María Javiera Aguirre Romero, Herder 2016. [REVIEW]Rodrigo Prieto - 2017 - Ramon Llull Journal of Applied Ethics 8 (8):256-259.
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  12. Innovative Education Tools for Developing Ethical Skills in University Science Lessons. The Case of the Moral Cross Dilemma.Jesús Sánchez-Martín, Francisco Zamora-Polo, José Moreno-Losada & Juan P. Parejo-Ayuso - 2017 - Ramon Llull Journal of Applied Ethics 8 (8):225-245.
    This article presents the feasibility of teaching generic competences through Sciencelessons at university level. The authors have implemented a new instrumentcalled “Moral Cross Dilemma” which involves the use of argumentationand moral reasoning within the students of Primary EducationDegree. This tool seems to be an effectivepedagogical resource in Higher Education Levels. It is a step forward fromthe well-known dilemma, a consolidated strategy for the development ofethical competences based on argumentative and discursive methodologies.This paper is focused on the description of this technique (...)
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  13. Ethical Deliberation Within Organizations.Francesc Torralba & Mar Rosàs Tosas - 2017 - Ramon Llull Journal of Applied Ethics 8 (8):207-223.
    Our aim is to identify the conditions of possibility of a successfulprocess of ethical deliberation. To achieve this goal, we turn toAristotle’s definition of ‘deliberation’ as a rational process that seeks tomake decisions. We focus also on the need of incorporationof the other’s perspective in what Rawls labels ‘overlapping consensus’;on Lafont’s three requirements of deliberation; and on Ricoeur’s foursteps to fully engage with one’s commitments through action. In orderto complement the picture of deliberation we get when reading theseauthors in conjunction, (...)
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