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ROLE MODELLING: EXPECTATIONS AND INTUITIONSABSTRACTMatthew BeardEFFECTIVE VOICING OF THE MESSAGEHugh BreakeyTHE VALUES IMPLICIT IN SPORT AND ATHLETICSETHICS AND THE ART OF SPORT GOVERNANCER. E. EwinTHE SEPARATION OF PERSONNELChristina M. Scott-YoungINTEGRITY AND INTEGRITIVE ACTIONRobin TapperBrenden E. KendallGEOSYLLOGISTIC ETHICSREFRAMING INTERNAL WHISTLEBLOWING AS PRO-SOCIAL EMPLOYEE VOICEREPRESENTATIVENESS AND INFORMED DECISIONS: THE QUESTION OF SOCIAL DIVERSITYTHE AFL'S ILLICIT DRUGS POLICY IN QUESTIONINTEGRITY, ETHICS, AND FIDELITY TO STANDARDSABSTRACTPROMOTING INTEGRITY INTEGRITIVELY: AVOIDING THE SCYLLA AND CHARYBDIS OF ABDICATION AND ZEALOTRYCONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORKCODES, AGAINWHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR TRAINING THE BOARD?HOW BEST TO DO THE TRAININGREPLACING AUTHORITY TO AVOID CONFLICTS OF INTERESTBREAKEY, H. (2012). INTELLECTUAL LIBERTY: NATURAL RIGHTS AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. FARNHAM, SURREY: ASHGATEABSTRACTStephan MillettENRICHING RIGHTS: VIRTUE AND SACRIFICE IN JUST WAR THEORYTHE SEPARATION OF INSTITUTIONAL PROCESSESPROFESSIONAL ATHLETES AND THEIR DUTY TO BE ROLE MODELSDIVIDING TO CONQUER: USING THE SEPARATION OF POWERS TO STRUCTURE INSTITUTIONAL INTER-RELATIONSSACRIFICE AND SUPEREROGATIONCONCLUDING REMARKSSACRIFICE AND RISK-ACCEPTANCEMECHANICAL JURISPRUDENCEABSTRACTHoward HarrisABSTRACTTHREE Ps OF ACADEMIC INTEGRITYBALANCE OF STRENGTHSBOWDEN, P. (ED.). (2012). APPLIED ETHICS: STRENGTHENING ETHICAL PRACTICES. PRAHRAN, AUSTRALIA: TILDE UNIVERSITY PRESSABSTRACTWHY THE BOARD IS DIFFERENTABSTRACTFORGIVENESS AND PROPORTIONALITYREFRAMING INTERNAL WHISTLEBLOWING AS RISK IDENTIFICATIONVERTICAL ACCOUNTABILITYFOSTERING PROFESSIONAL MORAL COURAGETHE AFL AS A PRACTICE COMMUNITYSPLITTING AUTHORITY: VETO, ASSENT AND THE 'COORDINATION THESIS'EMPOWERING EMPLOYEE VOICE TO REDUCE ETHICAL RISKLIVE GAMBLING ODDS ADVERTISING DURING TELEVISED FOOTY GAMES AND FOOTY SHOWSDaniel E. WuesteSandra Lynch, Daryl Adair and Paul JonsonTWO REMAINING INTER-RELATIONSTRAINING MANAGERS TO LISTEN AND RESPOND TO EMPLOYEE VOICEBUILDING AN ETHICAL ECOSYSTEM TO SUSTAIN EMPLOYEE VOICETHE OVERLAPPING OF JURISDICTION: FEDERAL AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTSPOLITICAL FORGIVENESSGISELSSON, K. (2012). GROUNDS FOR RESPECT: PARTICULARISM, UNIVERSALISM AND COMMUNAL ACCOUNTABILITY. PLYMOUTH, UK: LEXINGTON BOOKSJoseph NaimoLaura D'OlimpioTHE AFL COMMISSION AND PLAYERS' COMMUNITY RESPONSIBILITYETHICAL REASONING IN SPORTPROVIS, C. (2012). INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS AND BUSINESS ETHICS. NEW YORK, NY: ROUTLEDGEREVIEWSETHICS TRAINING FOR CORPORATE BOARDS
 
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