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CRJS 6405J Ethics and Social Justice: Welcome & Course Readings: Welcome & Course Readings

Welcome to your course guide

Please find your required library readings below. If you have problems with the links below, please contact the Library. If you have APA questions about these materials, please contact the Writing Center.

Course Readings

The links are for required readings found in the Walden databases ONLY. For all other readings, see your course resources.

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Alexander, J., & Richmond, S. A. (2007). Administrative discretion: Can we move beyond cider house rules? The American Review of Public Administration, 37(1), 51–64.

Alkadry, M. G., & Witt, M. T. (2009). Abu Ghraib and the normalization of torture and hate. Public Integrity, 11(2), 135–153.

Benjamin, D. O. (2010). Rethinking nonintervention: The challenge of the UN charter and protecting the dispossessed. Public Integrity, 12(3), 201–218.

De Schutter, O. (2012). The role of human rights in shaping international regulatory regimes. Social Research, 79(4), 785–818.

Dryburgh, M. M. (2009). Personal and policy implications of whistle-blowing: The case of Corcoran State Prison. Public Integrity, 11(2), 155–170.

Frederickson, H. G. (1990). Public administration and social equity. Public Administration Review, 50(2), 228–237.

Frederickson, H. G. (2005). The state of social equity in American public administration. National Civic Review, 94(4), 31–38.

Glaser, M. A., Bartley Hildreth, W., McGuire, B. J., & Bannon, C. (2011). Frederickson’s social equity agenda applied: Public support and willingness to pay. Public Integrity, 14(1), 19–37.

Glazer, S. (2004). Stopping genocide. CQ Researcher14(29), 685–708.

Greenblatt, A. (2013). Free speech at risk. CQ Researcher, 23(16), 377–400.

Hacker, J. S., & Pierson, P. (2010). Winner-take-all politics: Public policy, political organization, and the precipitous rise of top incomes in the United States. Politics and Society, 38(2), 152–204.

Hall, T. E., & Sutton, A. (2003). Agency discretion and public ethics: The case of the Immigration and Naturalization Service. Public Integrity, 5(4), 291–303.

Inazu, J. D. (2010). The forgotten freedom of assembly. Tulane Law Review, 84(3), 565–612.

Jost, K. (2003). Civil liberties debates. CQ Researcher, 13(37), 893–916.

Kurtz, R. S. (2003). Organizational culture, decision-making, and integrity: The National Park Service and the Exxon ValdezPublic Integrity, 5(4), 305–317.

McKelvey, B. (2011). Due process rights and the targeted killing of suspected terrorists: The unconstitutional scope of executive killing power. Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 44(5), 1353–1384.

McNeal, G. S. (2010). Organizational culture, professional ethics and Guantanamo. Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law42(1/2), 125–149.

Menzel, D. C. (2009). “‘I didn’t do anything unethical, illegal, or immoral”: A case study of ethical illiteracy in local governance. Public Integrity, 11(4), 371–384.

Mittelman, J. H. (2002). Making globalization work for the have nots. International Journal on World Peace, 19(2), 3–25.

O’Leary, R. (2009). When a career public servant sues the agency he loves: Claude Ferguson, the Forest Service, and off-road vehicles in the Hoosier National Forest. Public Administration Review, 69(6), 1068–1076.

Outterson, K., Selinger, E., & Whyte, K. (2011/2012). Poverty tourism, justice, and policy: Can ethical ideals form the basis of new regulations? Public Integrity, 14(1), 39–50.

Schultz, D. (2010). Ethics regulation across professions: The problem of gifting. Public Integrity12(2), 161–172. 

Twiss, S. B. (2011). Global ethics and human rights: A reflection. Journal of Religious Ethics, 39(2), 204–222.

Walzer, M. (2011). Achieving global and local justice. Dissent58(3), 42–48.

Wilke, C. (2005). War v. justice: Terrorism cases, enemy combatants, and political justice in U.S. courts. Politics & Society, 33(4), 637–669.

Yeager, S. J., Bartley Hildreth, W., Miller, G. J., & Rabin, J. (2007). The relative effects of a supervisory emphasis on ethical behavior versus political responsiveness. Public Integrity, 9(3), 265–283.

Other Readings

Optional or supplemental readings may or may not be available in the library. Find further information about optional readings here.

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