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格拉斯哥大学专业实践与道德课程介绍

  Assessment Brief

  本课程的目的是鼓励并培养你在房地产和规划专业实践的法律意识以及相关道德观和价值观的问题。

  The aim of this course is to encourage you to cultivate a reflective and legally aware approach to questions of ethics and values in real estate and/or planning professional practice.

  This will be assessed through a written essay submission of no more than 2,500 words. The essay asks you to address some of the conceptual ideas of professional practice, and ethics in practice in relation to a specific case or development dilemma. The following sets out the specific brief for the assessment.

  A series of newspaper and magazine articles are provided on the PPE Moodle site, relating to a range of planning and development dilemmas or conflicts.

  你必须选择其中一个例子写一篇文章,并在你所选择例子的基础上,讨论了以下问题:

  You must choose ONE of these examples and write an essay that discusses the following questions based on the particular case (article) you have chosen:

  1.

  What is the legal and professional framework within which this scenario is taking place? In other words – if you were the professional in this scenario, under what frameworks (legal and professional) would you be operating?

  2.

  在您选择的情况下,真实的或道德判断的原因是什么?

  What are the issues involved in your chosen case that require practical or ethical judgement?

  3.

  在这种情况下,各有关方面的利益是什么?作为一个专业人士如何改变这些利益的存在?

  What are the various interests involved in this case? How does the presence of those interests change the context in which the professionals are operating?

  4.

  What skills, knowledge and professional competencies would be required to resolve this dilemmas or conflict?

  Your essay should relate these questions, and the particular case you have chosen, to the conceptual material and debates we covered in class. Your essay should NOT be a description of this case (you do not need to do any more research on this particular case – merely use your chosen article as a means of thinking about the questions above in a more applied way).

  Your essay will be marked according to the following criteria:

  • Your ability to critically assess and anticipate the issues in this case that

  will require practical judgement;

  • Your ability to recognise and evaluate the needs and interests of different

  stakeholders within this scenario;

  • Your ability to understand the legal and professional

  standards/requirements within which professionals in this scenario would

  be operating;

  • Your ability to understand and appreciate the skills, knowledge and

  competencies that would be relevant in this scenario;

  • Your ability to discuss concepts relating to professionalism, conduct and

  ethics in relation to a particular case;

  • Appropriate essay writing and referencing skills and conventions

  adopted.

  Submission date: 4.00 pm Wednesday 21 April 2011

  Recommended Reading

  Allmendinger, P., Tewdwr-Jones, M and Morphet, J. (2003) Public scrutiny, standards and the planning system: assessing professional values within a modernized local government, Public Administration, 81:761-780.

  Brien, A. (1998) Professional ethics and the culture of trust, Journal of Business Ethics, 17: 391-409.

  Campbell, H. (2002) Planning: an idea of value, Town Planning Review, 73(3): 271-288.

  Campbell, H. and Marshall, R. (1999) Ethical frameworks and planning theory, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 23: 464–78.

  Campbell, H. and Marshall, R. (2000a) Moral obligations, planning and the public interest: a commentary on current British practice, Environment and Planning B, 27: 297–312.

  Cohen, L., Wilkinson, A., Arnold, J. and Finn, R. (2005) Remember I’m the bloody architect, Work, Employment and Society, 19:775-796.

  Crane, A. and Matten, D. (2003) Business Ethics, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

  Egan, J. (2004) Skills for Sustainable Communities, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, London.

  Flyvbjerg, B. (1998) Rationality and Power: Democracy in Practice, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

  Forester, J. (1989) Planning in the Face of Power, University of California Press, Berkeley.

  Forester, J. (1999) The Deliberative Practitioner: Encouraging participatory planning processes, Cambridge MA: MIT Press.

  Hurley, N. (1996) Ethics and ethical behaviour in the property valuation profession, The Appraisal Journal, 64: 125-128.

  Johnson, P. (2001) Politicians and planners: making the relationship work without reducing democratic accountability, Planning, Theory & Practice, 2: 91-95

  Laffin, M. and Entwistle, T. (1999) New problems, old professions? The changing world of the local government professions, Policy and Politics, 28: 207-220

  Lovell, A. and Fisher, C. (2005, 2nd edn) Business Ethics and Values, FT Prentice Hall, London.

  Matzdorf, F. J., Price, I. and Green, M. (2000) Barriers to organizational learning in the chartered surveying profession, Property Management, 18: 92-113.

  McClendon, B. W. (2003) A bold vision and a brand identify for the planning profession, Journal of the American Planning Association, 69: 221-232.

  Murdoch, J. R. (2002) Negligence in Valuations and Surveys, RICS Books, Coventry.

  Powell, J. L.; Stewart, R. and Jackson, R. (2006, 6th edn) Jackson & Powell on Professional Liability, London: Sweet & Maxwell (or previous edition)

  Reeves, D. (2005) Planning for Diversity: Policy and Planning in a World of Difference, London: Routledge.

  Rennie, R. (2004) Solicitor’s Negligence, Edinburgh: Butterworths/Law Society of Scotland, especially Chapters 1, 2, 3 and 9.

  Roulac, S. (1999) Ethics in Real Estate, New York: American Real Estate Society.

  Sandercock, L. (1998) Towards Cosmopolis: Planning for multicultural cities, Chichester: John Wiley.

  Sandercock, L. (2003) Cosmopolis II: Mongrel Cities of the 21st Century, London: Continuum Press

  Schon, D. A. (1991) The Reflective Practitioner: How Professionals Think in Action, Aldershot: Ashgate.

  Sparks, L. (2001) The chair and chief officer: a many sided relationship, Planning Theory and Practice, 2: 86-90.

  Steward, W. J (2004, 4th edn) Delict, Edinburgh: W. Green, Chapter 22.

  Thomson, J. (2004, 3rd edn) Delictual Liability, 3rd Edition, Edinburgh: LexisNexis, especially Chapter 7.

  Walker, D. W. (1981, 2nd edn) The Law of Delict in Scotland, Edinburgh: Scottish Universities Law Institute, especially Chapter 30.

  Practice-based resources

  Glasgow City Council (undated) Language Matters: A Guide to Good Practice, Glasgow City Council, Glasgow.

  Case Law References

  Banque Bruxelles Lambert SA v. Eaglestar Insurance Co. Ltd [1997] A.C. 191.

  Bolitho v. Hackney Health Authority [1997] 4 All ER 771.

  Brown v. Lee Constructions Ltd 1977 SLT (Notes) 61.

  Donaghue v. Stevenson 1932 SC (HL) 31.

  Duchess of Argyll v. Beuselinck [1972] 2 Lloyd’s Rep 172.

  Gordon v. Wilson 1992 SLT 849.

  Hunter v. Hanley 1955 SC 200. http://ukthesiss.com/ygsslwdx/

  Peach v. Iain G Chalmers & Co. 1992 SCLR 423.

  R H M Bakeries (Scotland) Ltd v. Strathclyde Regional Council 1985 SC (HL) 17.

  Singer & Friedlander Ltd v. John D. Wood & Co. [1977] 2 EGLR 84.

  Smith v. Eric S. Bush [1990] 1 A.C. 831.

  Trinier Books v. Veitchy 1982 SC (HL) 244.

  Webster v. Lord Advocate 1985 SC 173.

  Wylie v. Jeffrey Aitken 2002 G.W.D. 40-1360.

  Yianni v. Edwin Evans & Sons [1982] Q.B. 438.



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