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This quantity is a range of papers from the 20 th annual 'Australian organization for pro and utilized Ethics' convention. subject matters lined contain athletes as position types, activities ethics and activities governance, the separation of powers as an integrity mechanism, and virtues in exactly conflict conception.

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Integrity). Honor codes seem to articulate this sense of what integrity is when, for example, they speak, as the Honor Code of the United States Military Academy does: ‘A cadet will not lie, cheat, steal, or tolerate those who do’ (USMA, 2014). This mantra has been widely embraced by schools and colleges,1 including the university where I work, Clemson University, in what might be called simple paraphrase: ‘As members of the Clemson University community … we shall not tolerate lying, cheating, or stealing in any form’ (Clemson University, 2014).

On the basis of a major study in Chicago, Illinois, which is the subject of his book, Why People Obey the Law, Tom Tyler recommends a normative perspective as a supplement to what he calls the instrumental approach of increased policing and harsher sanctions. ’ In this case, behavior is governed not by calculations of expected reward or punishment, but by ‘internalized obligations’ that is, obligations for which [an individual] has taken personal responsibility’ (Tyler, 1990, p. 24). What Tyler recommends vis-à-vis the law, is exportable: we can make good use of it in our efforts to promote a culture of integrity and commitment on campus that does not rely on aggressive policing to achieve compliance with the normative expectations of the academic enterprise.

Her research interests include human resource management, project teams and ethical management. Alan Tapper is Research Fellow in the John Curtin Institute of Public Policy, Curtin University, in Perth. His interests include family policy, professional ethics, philosophy in schools, and 18th century intellectual history. He is co-editor of Meaning and Morality: Essays on the Philosophy of Julius Kovesi. Robin Tapper is an honorary fellow of the Faculty of Law, University of Western Australia. She is a lawyer and Anglican priest.

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