UCSB RS 190GA
Impeachment. Corporate Corruption. Me Too. Black Lives Matter. Immigration Revolt. Wealth Inequality. Ethical, social and economic injustices that have arisen during the Great Recession Era (2000-present) may seem unique to our challenging time. In reality, many analogies can be drawn to the Gilded/Progressive Age’s (aprox. 1865-1920) significant ethical calamities, social problems, and economic injustice that prompted Mark Twain to coin the phrase “an era of serious social problems masked by a thin gold gilding.” Join us as we seek lessons learned to help make a difference today.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN HAVE ETHICS GONE AWRY (UCSB RS 190GA)
By the end of this course you will be able to:
- Practice CRITICAL THINKING by questioning common wisdom, forming your own opinions, and defending those opinions;
- Develop advocacy skills to effectively convey your passion, inspire, persuade and motivate toward discussion of your key points;
- Enhance your appreciation for how historical events can relate to current challenges and how the past can offer “lessons learned” perspectives and even guidance.
WHAT MITCHELL KAUFFMAN BRINGS TO HAVE ETHICS GONE AWRY (UCSB RS 190GA):
Founding and managing an independent Wealth Management practice, UCSB Economics Professor Mitch Kauffman brings his 35 years experience of working with Compliance and ethics guidelines to bear in bringing this historical comparison to life.