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A Common Theme: Ethical Practice

by on May 5, 2014

As James Goodman, editor of the latest issue of the Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Journal, vol.6, no.1,writes:

“As with every Open Issue, we aim here at opening up new lines of inquiry, embracing a range of themes and topics. Generally some unexpected common themes emerge, and this Open Issue is no exception. Across all of these papers there is a shared concern with the dynamics of ethical practice. What drives it, how can it be fostered, what does it generate?”

The four papers in this issue are from Jenny Onyx, Ying Hooi Khoo, Stephen Wearing and others and Liudmila Kirpitchenko. We invite you to read them and join in a conversation on this important topic of ethical practice. You can find the journal here: http://utsescholarship.lib.uts.edu.au/epress/journals/index.php/mcs   It is an open access journal and in keeping with the philosophy of open access to scholarly knowledge, you do not have to pay to read these interesting articles. You don’t even have to register. We look forward to reading your thoughts.

Hilary Yerbury

on behalf of the Editorial Committee for the Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Journal

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