Researching across cultures: issues of ethics and power anne marshall & suzanne batten abstract: cultural diversity manifests in all relationships, including research relationships academic investigators work across a broad range of cultures that goes beyond ethnicity what implications are most important for academic. Figuring out different traditions and trends of business ethics in chinese and western cultures and to provide some ethical issues related to chinese cultural values last part closes up with the conclusions of the whole thesis and advances suggestions to academic researchers and business participants, who are and will be. However, that standard can lead to ethical conflict when americans encounter the emerging market giant, china as smaller us companies enter china, the potential for ethical conflict increases reducing that potential requires knowledge knowing the nature and history of the two cultures can lead to an understanding of. This article is the introduction to a special issue of the journal of business ethics regarding these problems we highlight five topics, which intertwine the eight papers of this issue the first is whether moral diversity in different cultures is a plausible argument for moral relativism the second focuses on the possibility of. In the current postmodern context, researchers are challenged with how to conduct and disseminate research in an ethical manner cross-cultural contexts and multidisciplinary research teams present particular challenges many issues need to be addressed: values and worldviews, definitions, research design, informed. Harald beyer broch ethics tensions in research with children across cultures, within countries 71 a uk perspective janet boddy between participation and protection 97 involving children in child protection research elisabeth backe- hansen ethical issues in research with children living amidst political violence 129 jason hart. Cultural differences & ethnic bias in international dispute resolution an arbitrator/mediator's there may be different cultural aspects of life found in different areas in a single nation, or even different ethnic most common law trials it is the jury that decides the factual issues and thus meticulous rules of evidence are.
Patients may bring cultural, religious and ideological beliefs with them as they enter into a relationship with the physician occasionally, these beliefs may challenge or conflict with what the physician believes to be good medical care understanding and respecting the beliefs of the patient represents an. While we should be tolerant and respectful of cultural differences, should we also accept all cultural practices as morally right to further explore this issue we need to clarify that normative ethics deals with how we should behave and live our lives, particularly when our actions affect others however, we do. Soc work health care 200439(3-4):249-62 cultural and ethical issues in working with culturally diverse patients and their families:the use of the culturagram to promote cultural competent practice in health care settings congress ep(1) author information: (1)fordham university graduate school of social service, 113.
Ethnic, cultural, and religious issues in drug use and treatment in national statistics for the united states, including many national surveys on drug use, americans are divided into four racial groups: (1) white, (2) black, (3) asian or pacific islander, (4) american indian or alaska native the races are often subdivided into. An overview on the importance of values and culture in ethical decision making care must be given to the reexamination of values and perspective,and how these influence so many ethical dilemmas we must understand that for example, plagiarism is an issue frequently addressed on north american campuses. Cultural practice generally refers to the manifestation of a culture or sub-culture, especially in regard to the traditional and customary practices of a particular ethnic or other cultural group in the broadest sense, this term can apply to any person manifesting any aspect of any culture at any time however, in practical usage it.
This chapter presents practical examples for psychologists of culture-based ethical dilemmas around such themes as respect, competency, professional boundaries, the status of women, the law, and social justice today, psychologists and counselors may come from different cultures, train in different countries, and practice. Historically, multicultural concerns have affected people of native american, african-american, italian, irish, jewish, and other cultural groups other racial and religious minority studies have shown that some ethnic groups are more at risk for some health concerns cardiovascular problems, hiv/aids,.
In a variety of ways reflecting their own differing cultures, doctors, lawyers, patients and their relatives around the world are slowly coming to grips with the agonizing ethical, legal and personal dilemmas posed by modern medical advances as sophisticated new medicines and medical machines enable. Ethical issues and business conduct across cultures presentation and discussion charles blankson, phd.
Values may be similar across cultures (either in different countries or among people within a single country), their application (or ethics) to specific situations may vary ethics is the systematic application of moral principles to concrete problems this paper addresses the cross-cultural ethical dilemma, proposes a tentative. Since the inception of the modern era of psychopharmacology, psychotropics have been the mainstay of the care of psychiatric patients all over the world, irrespective of their cultural and ethnic backgrounds until recently, however, variations in treatment response across populations, including.
Undertaking research in different cultural contexts can reveal large differences in values and ethics between the researcher and the study population managing these differences can be challenging, and researchers are often required to make judgements in complex situations for which there are typically. Many of the issues and challenges that cross- cultural researchers are confronted with are, in actuality, quite similar to those we are faced with when conducting monocultural research many ethical considerations that all researchers must make—regardless of whether they are conducting a multinational study involving 30. Ethical dilemmas—situations where there's more than one 'right' answer—are among the toughest decisions a manager faces ethics get even more complex when companies do business across borders what's perfectly acceptable in one country can, for cultural reasons, be considered unethical in another for example. In recent years, many employers have embraced cultural diversity initiatives with an objective of creating create an all-inclusive workplace environment most analysts agree that a diverse workforce is a worthy aspiration however, cultural diversity can give rise to ethical issues that can be challenging for managers.
Title: addressing cultural, ethnic & religious diversity challenges in europe: a comparative overview of 15 european countries the purpose of accept pluralism is twofold: - to create a new theoretical and normative framework of different types of (in)tolerance of diversity and - to explore adequate policy responses. One of the recent challenges of international management research has been to help managers to understand behavior across different culture understanding of behavior helps in managing people better and improving their performance some culture has more tolerance level compared to others for example, software. Despite the importance of a person's individual identity, culture is commonly regarded as a group phenomenon virtually all serious conflicts since the 1970s, the cold war being an exception, have been ethnic, originating in many cases in the weaker group resorting to violence as a result of the discriminatory practices of.