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BREAKEY, H. (2012). INTELLECTUAL LIBERTY: NATURAL RIGHTS AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. FARNHAM, SURREY: ASHGATEETHICS TRAINING FOR CORPORATE BOARDSSACRIFICE AND SUPEREROGATIONREVIEWSSPLITTING AUTHORITY: VETO, ASSENT AND THE 'COORDINATION THESIS'GISELSSON, K. (2012). GROUNDS FOR RESPECT: PARTICULARISM, UNIVERSALISM AND COMMUNAL ACCOUNTABILITY. PLYMOUTH, UK: LEXINGTON BOOKSLIVE GAMBLING ODDS ADVERTISING DURING TELEVISED FOOTY GAMES AND FOOTY SHOWSABSTRACTPROFESSIONAL ATHLETES AND THEIR DUTY TO BE ROLE MODELSABSTRACTTRAINING MANAGERS TO LISTEN AND RESPOND TO EMPLOYEE VOICEStephan MillettPOLITICAL FORGIVENESSFORGIVENESS AND PROPORTIONALITYWHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR TRAINING THE BOARD?BOWDEN, P. (ED.). (2012). APPLIED ETHICS: STRENGTHENING ETHICAL PRACTICES. PRAHRAN, AUSTRALIA: TILDE UNIVERSITY PRESSEFFECTIVE VOICING OF THE MESSAGEDaniel E. WuesteREFRAMING INTERNAL WHISTLEBLOWING AS RISK IDENTIFICATIONR. E. EwinTHE AFL COMMISSION AND PLAYERS' COMMUNITY RESPONSIBILITYMatthew BeardCONCLUDING REMARKSINTEGRITY AND INTEGRITIVE ACTIONEMPOWERING EMPLOYEE VOICE TO REDUCE ETHICAL RISKETHICAL REASONING IN SPORTENRICHING RIGHTS: VIRTUE AND SACRIFICE IN JUST WAR THEORYTHE SEPARATION OF INSTITUTIONAL PROCESSESTHE OVERLAPPING OF JURISDICTION: FEDERAL AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTSPROVIS, C. (2012). INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS AND BUSINESS ETHICS. NEW YORK, NY: ROUTLEDGEBrenden E. KendallREFRAMING INTERNAL WHISTLEBLOWING AS PRO-SOCIAL EMPLOYEE VOICEMECHANICAL JURISPRUDENCEWHY THE BOARD IS DIFFERENTHoward HarrisROLE MODELLING: EXPECTATIONS AND INTUITIONSHOW BEST TO DO THE TRAININGFOSTERING PROFESSIONAL MORAL COURAGEBALANCE OF STRENGTHSRobin TapperINTEGRITY, ETHICS, AND FIDELITY TO STANDARDSABSTRACTChristina M. Scott-YoungCODES, AGAINVERTICAL ACCOUNTABILITYABSTRACTTHE AFL'S ILLICIT DRUGS POLICY IN QUESTIONTHE AFL AS A PRACTICE COMMUNITYREPLACING AUTHORITY TO AVOID CONFLICTS OF INTERESTHugh BreakeyTWO REMAINING INTER-RELATIONSTHE VALUES IMPLICIT IN SPORT AND ATHLETICSCONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORKETHICS AND THE ART OF SPORT GOVERNANCELaura D'OlimpioBUILDING AN ETHICAL ECOSYSTEM TO SUSTAIN EMPLOYEE VOICEPROMOTING INTEGRITY INTEGRITIVELY: AVOIDING THE SCYLLA AND CHARYBDIS OF ABDICATION AND ZEALOTRYSandra Lynch, Daryl Adair and Paul JonsonABSTRACTABSTRACTGEOSYLLOGISTIC ETHICSJoseph NaimoSACRIFICE AND RISK-ACCEPTANCEREPRESENTATIVENESS AND INFORMED DECISIONS: THE QUESTION OF SOCIAL DIVERSITYTHREE Ps OF ACADEMIC INTEGRITYTHE SEPARATION OF PERSONNELABSTRACTDIVIDING TO CONQUER: USING THE SEPARATION OF POWERS TO STRUCTURE INSTITUTIONAL INTER-RELATIONS
 
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