The Ethics of the professions and of business : with a supplement: Modern China and her present day problems / editor in charge of this volume, Clyde L. King.

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Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1922.

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Other Title Modern China and her present day problems.
Other Authors King, Clyde L. 1879-1937.
American Academy of Political and Social Science.
Subjects Business ethics.
China -- Politics and government -- 1912-1928.
China.
Politics and government
Professional ethics.
Series Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science ; v. 101.
Description xi, 315 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1922.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 48-50) and index.
Contents The Interprofessional Committee of the American Academy of Political and Social Science on the ethics of the professions and of business -- The significance of the professional ideal: professional ethics and the public interest / Robert D. Kohn -- The social significance of professional ethics / R.M. Mac Iver -- The interrelations of the professions / Charles Harris Whitaker -- The ethics of the legal profession / Henry W. Jessup -- The need for standards of ethics for judges / Edward A. Harriman -- Group organizations among lawyers / Herbert Harley -- Unlawful practice of the law must be prevented / Julius Henry Cohen -- A selected bibliography on legal ethics -- The professional organizations, training and ethical codes of physicians, dentists, nurses and pharmacists / A.D. Whiting -- Ethics and the engineering profession / Morris Llewellyn Cooke -- The ethics of the mechanical engineer / Calvin W. Rice -- Ethics of the engineering profession / Frederick Haynes Newell -- Ethics of the electrical engineer / Carl Hering -- Procedure in developing ethical standards adopted by the American Association of Engineers / H.W. Clausen -- Shall corporations be authorized to practise engineering? / William J. Wilgus -- A proposed code of ethics for all engineers / A.G. Christie -- Public interest and the architect / M.B. Medary, Jr. -- The ethical standards of the architects and the procedure for their enforcement / H.W. Sellers -- The architectural student and his relation to professional practice / Emil Lorch -- Codes of ethics for the teaching profession / George Gailey Chambers -- Principles of academic freedom and tenure of the American Association of University Professors / F.S. Deibler -- The ethics of Librarianship; a proposal for a revised code / Charles Knowles Bolton -- The ethics of the ministry / S.Z. Batten -- Ethics in the public service: proposals for a public service code / William C. Beyer -- The Professional Organization of Social Work / Mary Van Kleeck -- Foreword: ethics in journalism / E.J. Mehren -- Social value of a code of ethics for journalists: the Oregon Code of Ethics for / Eric W. Allen -- The practice of the Kansas Code of Ethics for Newspapers / Alfred G. Hill -- The ethics of industrial publishing / H.H. Norris -- Ethics of accountancy / Edward P. Moxey, Jr. -- The profession of commerce in the making / F.M. Feiker -- The canons of commercial ethics adopted by the National Association of Credit Men / J.H. Tregoe -- History and present status of the "Truth-In-Advertising" movement as carried on by the Vigilance Committee of the Associated Advertising Clubs of the World / Herbert W. Hess -- Better ethical standards for business: the purpose of the Commercial Standards Council / Williams Haynes -- A simple code of business ethics / Edward A. Filene -- Campaign of the International Association of Rotary Clubs for the writing of codes of standards of correct practice for each business and profession / Guy Gundaker -- China, our chief Far East problem / W.W. Willoughby -- China and her reconstruction / Admiral Tsai -- The future of Chinese democracy / Sao-Ke Alfred Sze -- Constitutional government for China / John C. Ferguson -- The Canons of Ethics for Lawyers adopted by the American Bar Association, August, 1908 -- Principles of Medical Ethics of the American Medical Association. Adopted in June, 1912 -- Code of Ethics of the Graduate Nurses' Association of the State of Pennsylvania, adopted in 1904 -- Code of Ethics of the National Dental Association -- Code of ethics of the American Pharmaceutical Association, adopted in 1852, and Principles of Pharmaceutical Ethics proposed by Charles La Wall for adoption in 1922 -- Code of Ethics adopted by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers in June, 1914 -- Code of Ethics adopted September 2, 1914, by the American Society of Civil Engineers -- The Code of Ethics of the Engineering Institute of Canada, Incorporated 1887 as the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers -- Code of Principles of Professional Conduct of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, adopted in 1912 -- Code of Ethics adopted by the American Association of Engineers -- A Circular of Advice Relative to the Principles of Professional Practice of Architects -- The Canons of Ethics adopted by the American Institute of Architects -- A Code of Ethics for the Teaching Profession, adopted by the Pennsylvania State Education Association, December, 1920 -- The Oregon Code of Ethics for Journalism as adopted by the Oregon Newspaper Conference in 1922 -- The Kansas Code of Ethics for Newspapers, adopted March 8, 1910 -- Declaration of Principles and Code of Practice, Adopted by the Missouri Press Association at Columbia, Missouri, May 27, 1921 -- Creed of Industrial Publishing, adopted by the Federation of Trade Press Associations in 1913 -- Standards of Practice, adopted by the American Business Publishers, Incorporated, 1916 -- Standards of Editorial Practice adopted by the editorial conference of the New York Business Publishers Association, June 17, 1921 -- Standards of Practice of the British Association of Trade and Technical Journals -- The Code of Ethics for Accountants adopted by the American Institute of Accountants in 1916 -- The canons of commercial ethics adopted by the National Association of Credit Men.
Geographic Area China
Network Numbers (OCoLC)170386
(OCoLC)ocm00170386
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