Call For Papers: Ramon Llull Journal of Applied Ethics

30 de septiembre de 2010 | Otros Eventos

Director: Francesc Torralba,

Editor: Cristian Palazzi

Ramon Llull Journal of Applied Ethics only publishes original articles that are aimed at relating ethics to the different areas of public life. Economic and social systems, organisations and professions are studied from an ethical point of view in order to spread the practical dimension of philosophical discourse. Applied ethics offer a new opportunity to continue thinking about the fundamentals, processes and consequences that determine the social sphere and, in this sense, the Journal aims to contribute to current debate by offering quality and academic rigour.

Selected Themes

In this second issue will address the following issues and topics:

– Theoretical and conceptual approach to ground of applied ethics.

– Empirical research demostrating the impact of the applied ethics on the global or local level.

– Case study analyses exploring the different faces of bioethics, Busines Ethics, Mass Media Ethics and Ethics of organizations.

Deadline

Please send full papers along with an abstract about 300 words by January 15, 2011 by e-mail. Include a cover page listing the name, title and affiliation of the author(s), as well as complete contact information (full address, telephone, fax and e-mail). Suggested length: between 5,500 and 7,000 words. We recommend using Times New Roman 12 point font and a line spacing of 1.5 lines. Place no line between each paragraph. Title pages are not necessary. Place endnotes and page numbers in the lower right corner and use the style guidelines employed by the Journal of Business Ethics as a reference.

Acceptance notices will be sent by February 1, 2010.

Languages

All papers should be in English language.

Further information

Prof. Cristian Palazzi – Ethos Chair (Ramon Llull University)

C/Calaravll, 1-3. 08022 Barcelona (Spain)

Email: ethos@rectorat.url.edu

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