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“…Or should the university care only about one portion of its community and not another (in this case, literally leaving them to starve)? These are questions that institutions should consider within their individual contexts and institutional philosophy, while keeping in mind that universities face greater societal expectation to be models of ethical behavior (Duke, 2019;McNay, 2019;Seligsohn, 2016).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
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“…Or should the university care only about one portion of its community and not another (in this case, literally leaving them to starve)? These are questions that institutions should consider within their individual contexts and institutional philosophy, while keeping in mind that universities face greater societal expectation to be models of ethical behavior (Duke, 2019;McNay, 2019;Seligsohn, 2016).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…They are generally expected to be ethical leaders, modeling such ethics for the benefit of the students within their walls (Seligsohn, 2016). Indeed, their exceptional position as critical social leaders places upon universities a greater burden of modeling ethical practices, observable internally and externally (Duke, 2019;McNay, 2019). There may well be an ethical imperative to model consideration for the health and well-being of their employees as part of their institutional ecology, even when the society within which a university sits does not.…”
Section: Research Contextmentioning