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"Moral Climate" is a book by Michael Northcott.
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Effective Teaching in the Primary School by Joan Dean
The moral climate refers to the climate of social expectations that influence relationships between pupils, between a teacher and pupils and, outside the classroom, between teachers. It is also reflected in the teacher's order of priorities and in ...
Business and Society (2017)
Ethics, Sustainability and Stakeholder Management by Archie Carroll, Jill Brown, Ann Buchholtz
The organization's moral climate is a complex entity, and we can discuss only some facets of it in this section.71 Thomas A. Kennedy, Chairman of the Board and CEO of Raytheon, has argued that “a strong ethical culture requires work.
Encyclopedia of Violence (2004)
Frequent, Commonplace, Unexpected by Margaret DiCanio
Some scholars believe that corporate crime has an adverse impact on a society's moral climate. A Fortune magazine editor commented in 1975, “How much crime in the street is connected to the widespread judgement that the business ...
by Shatrughna P. Sinha
climate, but to moral climate. The Antioquenos, then, supply a case history of a people at first seemingly handicapped by a mountainous interior location and then stimulated by a socio-economic programme into a populational and territorial ...
2-volume Set by Robert Wuthnow
The government's utilitarian insistence on economies of time and money was seen as fostering wholesome customs and a harmonious moral climate. Although over the course of the Choson dynasty Confucian ethical premises became ...
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