Visual Ethics Hardback
Edited by Michael Schwartz, Howard Harris
Part of the Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations series
This volume includes six varied contributions tothe study of visual ethics in organizations.
The implications of our visualworld for organizational life and personal behaviour have received scantresearch attention.
This volume sets out to address that lack of research.
Itincludes contributions on empirical studies, film, personal portraits, socialresearch using the photovoice method, bureaucracy and critical theory. Contributors show how the application of disciplines developed for the study offilms can help us to understand how organizations areperceived, and how visual images can be used in empiricalresearch about organizations, ethics and organizational citizenship behaviour. Some say philosophy has abandoned art, some that humans lack moralvision.
A number of contributors show how a careful and informed study ofart can enhance our understanding of organizational life.
This volume seeks toput the visual back into ethics and organizations.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 240 pages
- Publisher: Emerald Publishing Limited
- Publication Date: 31/05/2018
- Category: Ethical issues & debates
- ISBN: 9781787561663