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Smith (Eds.), The Environmental Responsibility Reader (pp. 40-51). London: Zed Books and The Open University. Robbins, P. (2003). Transnational Corporations and the Discourse of Water Privatization. Journal of International Development, 15 , 1073-1082. Stuteville, R., &Ikerd, J. (2009). Global sustainability and service-learning: paradigms for the future. International Journal of Organizational Analysis, 17 (1), 10-22. Visser, W. (2010). CSR 2.0: The Evolution and Revolution of Corporate Social Responsibility. In M. Pohl & N. Voegtlin, C. and N. M. Pless (2014). "Global Governance: CSR and the Role of the UN Global Compact." Journal of Business Ethics 122 (2): 179-191. Wilkinson, A., Hill, M., &Gollan, P. (2001).The sustainability debate. International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 21 (12), 1492-1502. Yeow, P., A. Dean and D. Tucker (2013). "Bags for Life: The Embedding of Ethical Consumerism." Journal of Business Ethics 125 (1): 87-99. These readings, recommended readings and some audio visual materials will be available on VU Collaborate . Business Ethics unit study guide Page | 8
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2. Assessment Assess ment Assessment Tasks Learning outcomes (LO’s) and Graduate Capabilities (GC’s) Assessment Criteria Weigh ting (%) Due dat e 1.MCQ Quiz Understanding of theory and keeping up with relevant academic reading LO’s: 1,2,3 GC’s: 3 See Assessment Notes for details 10% Wee k 4 2.Critical Essay (Individu al) Overview: Student will review an article from newspaper/magazine or journal on Ethical Concerns in the Community of a Selected Organisation. Applying the theory they will justify the ethics. LO’s: 1,2,3 GC’s: 3 See Assessment Notes for details 30% Wee k 5 3.Short Q&A Short answer theory questions and several critical thinking questions that invite critical analysis and application of theory. LO’s: 1,2,3 GC’s: 3 See Assessment Note for details 10% Wee k 8 4.Group Analytica l Report & Presentat ion Overview: All students give an oral presentation of ethics theory to the class. Conducted in groups. LO’s: 1,2,3,4,5,6 GC’s: 1,3 See Assessment Note for details 20% Wee k 10 5.Learnin g Reflectiv e Journal Overview: Submit a written reflection on the subject using a set of Reflective Guidelines LO’s: 1,2,3 GC’s: 3 See Assessment Notes for details 30% Wee k 12 Business Ethics unit study guide Page | 9
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(Individu al) Full details about assessment are provided in the VU Collaborate space for this unit. Please note: This unit is eligible for supplementary assessment. This unit is eligible for a conceded pass if it is the final unit needed to complete your degree. For more details, please see the information provided in the University Supplementary Assessment and Conceded Pass Procedure . Business Ethics unit study guide Page | 10
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PASSING THE UNIT In order to pass this unit, students must meet the following hurdle requirements: Achieve at least 50% pass all the 5 assessments Achieve a minimum aggregate mark of 50% for the subject.
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