CAPPE

  • CSU
  • University of Melbourne

CURRENT RESEARCH

Technologies Program:

    This program deals with risks and responsibilities relating to research into technologies that combine with or add to existing technologies, including ethical issues in bio/nanotechnology, computing and IT.

Poverty Program:

    This program focuses on building an ethically and empirically based account of what development is, what standards it ought to use, and the like. Issues addressed include the measurement of poverty and global minimal labour standards.

Health Program:

    This program will conduct research in relation to a range of interconnected ethical issues in the public health domain.

Ecology Program:

    This program examines a range of issues in environmental ethics, including ethical issues related to existing and potential anthropogenic climate change.

Economy Program:

    This program focuses on a number of central ethical issues arising in the economic sphere, including corporate responsibility and economic corruption.

Security Program:

    This program focuses on the ethical dimensions of a range of current domestic and international security problems, including ethical issues pertaining to terrorism, crime, and humanitarian intervention.

WHAT'S NEW

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CAPPE Canberra Seminar

Wednesday October 29, 2014 5.15 pm
Dr Steve Clarke (CAPPE, Charles Sturt University)

Opposition to Cognitive Enhancement, Status Quo Bias and the Reversal Tests    More

 

 

CAPPE Melbourne Seminar

Wednesday October 29, 2014 11.00 am to 12.30 pm
Dr Julian Koplin (Monash University)

tba   More

 

 

 

 


CAPPE Media

Dr Alberto Giubilini

Gene patents not so bad More

 

  Past media events

PUBLICATIONS

The Australian Journal of Professional and Applied Ethics


Subscription information

Back Issues

Editorial Board

Information for Authors

Journal Style & Editorial Policies

Communications


Current Issue


Volume 14, No 2 2013
Selected papers from the inaugural conference of the Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN), 12-14 December 2013, Melbourne

 

Conceptual Equivalence and Practical Divergence: The Deterrent Value of Ministerial responsibility and Command Responsibility: Carmel O'Sullivan and Mark Lauchs

Spirituality in the Workplace: A Solution to Ethical Problems?: Ruth Walker and Alastair S. Gunn

The 'Market Rate' Justification for CEO Pay: Scott Elaurant and Julian Lamont

The Ethics of Earnings Management: Moral Intensity and Decision Making: Jeanette Ng, Gregory P. White and Alina Lee

Ecology and Peace: Activist Work for Global Health: Jane Duran

 


Back Issues

Volume 14 No 1 2012

 

Volume 13 No 1 2011 

Volume 13 No 2 2011

Volume 12, 1 &2 2010

 

ajpae 10-1_2 Volume 10 No 1 & 2 2008

ajpae 9-2 Volume 11 No 1 &2 2009

ajpae 9-1 Volume 9 No 1 2007

ajpae 9-2 Volume 9 No 2 2007

ajpae 8-1 Volume 8 No 1 2006

ajpae 8-2 Volume 8 No 2 2006

ajpae 7-1 Volume 7 No 1 2005

ajpae 7-2 Volume 7 No 2 2005

ajpae 6-1 Volume 6 No 1 2004

ajpae 6-2 Volume 6 No 2 2004

ajpae 5-1 Volume 5 No 1 2003

ajpae 5-2 Volume 5 No 2 2003

ajpae 4-1 Volume 4 No 1 2002

ajpae 4-2 Volume 4 No 2 2002

ajpae 3-1 Volume 3 No 1 2001

ajpae 3-2 Volume 3 No 2 2001

ajpae 2-1 Volume 2 No 1 2000

ajpae 2-2 Volume 2 No 2 2000

ajpae 1-1 Volume 1 No 1 1999

ajpae 1-2 Volume 1 No 2 1999


Editorial Board

Managing Editor

Anna Corbo Crehan Charles Sturt University

Editorial Committee

Andrew Alexandra University of Melbourne, Charles Sturt University
Anna Corbo Crehan Charles Sturt University
Igor Primoratz Charles Sturt University

Associate Editors

C.A.J. Coady University of Melbourne
Stephen Cohen University of New South Wales
Seumas Miller Charles Sturt University
John Weckert Charles Sturt University
On-line Editor: Michael Collingridge Charles Sturt University

Editorial Board

John Alderson
Warwick Blood University of Canberra
John Boatright Loyola University of Chicago
Wendy Bowles Charles Sturt University
Terrell Ward Bynum Southern Connecticut State University
Margaret Coady University of Melbourne
Fred D'Agostino University of New England
Michael Davis Illinios Institute of Technology
James Griffin University of Oxford
Ravindra Jain Jawaharlal Nehru University
John Kleinig John Jay College, Charles Sturt University
Colonel Charles R. Myers US Air Force Academy
Denise Myerson University of Cape Town
Noel Preston Queensland University of Technology
Tom Regan University of North Carolina
Sam Ricketson Monash University
Alper Riza Queen's Counsel, London
Simon Rogerson De Montfort University
Charles Sampford Griffith University
Henry Shue Cornell University
Zhang Xiaoming Chinese Academy of the Social Sciences


Information for Authors

Submission of a manuscript is understood to imply that

  • the paper is original
  • it has not already been published in whole or in substantial part elsewhere
  • it is not currently under consideration by any other journal
  • the publication of the paper in the journal would not infringe the copyright or other rights of any other person(s)
  • to the best of the author(s)'s knowledge, the paper does not contain any scandalous, libelous, obscene, unlawful, or otherwise objectionable material
  • the author(s) will agree to the publication of the paper in the journal if the paper is accepted for publication in the journal and
  • the paper is available for publication in the journal free of charge.

Two copies of the manuscript must be supplied.

Submissions must be in English, and must be typewritten or printed, double-spaced, using one side of the page.

Articles are normally not more than 6000 words in length.

Papers submitted for publication in the journal will be blind refereed. In order to facilitate double-blind refereeing, the author(s)'s name(s) should not be shown on the manuscript, and all identifying references to the author(s)'s own work(s) should be masked or omitted.

Please note that the editors will communicate only with the 'first author' of a paper. In the case of co-authored papers it will be the responsibility of the 'first author' to pass on to the co-author(s) communications from the editors.

Manuscripts should conform to journal style. When a paper has been accepted, author(s) will be required to ensure that it conforms to journal style, and to supply an electronic version.



Journal Style & Editorial Policies

The Oxford English Dictionary is the journal's standard for spelling.

Substantial quotations should be indented without quotation marks. Other quotations should be enclosed by single quotation marks. Double quotation marks should be used only as innermost quotation marks within single quotation marks, or where necessary to ensure fidelity to another's work.

Published works referred to in the text should be in parentheses containing author, date (and page number(s) if necessary).

From (and including) Volume 12, all in-text references and the Reference List should follow the APA (American Psychological Association) style of referencing.

The journal will publish original papers of high quality in any area of professional and applied ethics. It will also publish discussions and case studies. Reviews of important recent books in professional and applied ethics and book notes will also be published. Under the guidance of the Editorial Board a small number of critical notices will be commissioned each year.


Communications

All submissions and correspondence concerning submissions should be addressed to:

The Managing Editor
School of Policing Studies
Charles Sturt University
Locked Bag 2005
Goulburn NSW 2580
AUSTRALIA

Email: acorbocrehan@csu.edu.au

All other communications can be directed to:

Centre Manager
Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics
LPO Box 8260
ANU
Canberra ACT 2601
AUSTRALIA

Email: cappe@csu.edu.au