ETHICAL DILEMMAS AND LANGUAGE POLICY (LP) ADVISING
AuthorLo Bianco, J
Source TitleETHICS IN APPLIED LINGUISTICS RESEARCH: LANGUAGE RESEARCHER NARRATIVES
Second Language Acquisition Research Series
University of Melbourne Author/sLo Bianco, Joseph
AffiliationMelbourne Graduate School of Education
CitationsLo Bianco, J, ETHICAL DILEMMAS AND LANGUAGE POLICY (LP) ADVISING, ETHICS IN APPLIED LINGUISTICS RESEARCH: LANGUAGE RESEARCHER NARRATIVES, 2016, pp. 83 - 100
Access StatusOpen Access
The paradigmatic case of ethical professional practice is the horkos commonly known as the Hippocratic Oath (Edelstein, 1943). Essentially, this involves invoking a curse on violators of commitments made in swearing an oath (or on those who swear insincerely). Originating in Ancient Greece, the Hippocratic Oath is associated with physicians swearing to practice medicine honestly and is the historical source of many formal procedures for ethical practice in western, and a variety of other, cultural traditions.
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