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The Resource Between Samaritans and states : the political ethics of humanitarian INGOs, Jennifer C. Rubenstein

Between Samaritans and states : the political ethics of humanitarian INGOs, Jennifer C. Rubenstein

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Between Samaritans and states : the political ethics of humanitarian INGOs
Title
Between Samaritans and states
Title remainder
the political ethics of humanitarian INGOs
Statement of responsibility
Jennifer C. Rubenstein
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
AU@
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Rubenstein, Jennifer C
Dewey number
172/.4
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
JZ4841
LC item number
.R83 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Non-governmental organizations
  • Organizational behavior
Label
Between Samaritans and states : the political ethics of humanitarian INGOs, Jennifer C. Rubenstein
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 227-246) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • 1.1.A Cartographic Approach -- 1.2.A Map of Humanitarian INGO Political Ethics -- 1.3.Four Ethical Predicaments -- 1.4.Eight Extant Alternatives -- 1.5.Democratic, Egalitarian, Humanitarian, and Justice-Based Norms -- 1.6.Contributions to Existing Literatures -- 1.7.Scope of the Study, Fieldwork, and Methodology -- 1.8.Outline of the Book -- 2.Eight Extant Alternative Approaches -- 2.1.INGOs as Rescuers -- 2.2.INGOs as Partners -- 2.3.INGOs as Agents for their Donors -- 2.4.INGOs as Agents for their Intended Beneficiaries -- 2.5.Accountability -- 2.6.Traditional Humanitarian Principles -- 2.7.INGOs as Neo-Colonialists -- 2.8.INGOs as Multinational Corporations -- 2.9.Conclusion -- 3.A Map of Humanitarian INGO Political Ethics -- 3.1.Humanitarian INGOs are Sometimes Somewhat Governmental -- 3.2.Humanitarian INGOs are Highly Political -- 3.3.Humanitarian INGOs are Often Second-Best Actors -- 3.4.Moral Permissions --
  • 3.5.Conclusion: Four Ethical Predicaments -- 4.The Problem of Spattered Hands -- 4.1.The Distinctiveness of Spattered Hands Ethical Predicaments -- 4.2.Do No Harm, Complicity, Doctrine of Double Effect, Dirty Hands -- 4.3.Spattered Hands -- 4.4.Conclusion -- 5.The Quandary of the Second-Best -- 5.1.INGO Advocacy as Non-Electoral Representation -- 5.2.INGO Advocacy as Equal Partnership -- 5.3.INGO Advocacy as the Exercise of Power -- 5.4.Conclusion -- 6.The Cost-Effectiveness Conundrum -- 6.1.INGOs' Large-Scale Decisions about Resource Use -- 6.2.The Need Principle, the Harm Minimization Principle, and the Ethics of Refusal -- 6.3.Evaluating the Need Principle, the Harm Minimization Principle, and the Ethics of Refusal -- 6.4.The Ethics of Resistance -- 6.5.Conclusion -- 7.The Moral Motivation Tradeoff -- 7.1.The Standard View and Its Limitations -- 7.2.An Alternative Approach: The Moral Motivation Tradeoff --
  • 7.3.Strategies for Navigating the Moral Motivation Tradeoff -- 7.4.Conclusion -- 8.Conclusion: Political Political Ethics -- 8.1.Bringing the Four Maps Together -- 8.2.Implications for Donors -- 8.3.Specifying Democratic, Egalitarian, Humanitarian, and Justice-Based Norms for Humanitarian INGOs -- 8.4.Toward a Political Political Ethics
Control code
905649369
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xiii, 252 pages
Isbn
9780199684106
Lccn
2014949790
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
n
Other control number
60001988311
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)905649369
Label
Between Samaritans and states : the political ethics of humanitarian INGOs, Jennifer C. Rubenstein
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 227-246) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
  • 1.1.A Cartographic Approach -- 1.2.A Map of Humanitarian INGO Political Ethics -- 1.3.Four Ethical Predicaments -- 1.4.Eight Extant Alternatives -- 1.5.Democratic, Egalitarian, Humanitarian, and Justice-Based Norms -- 1.6.Contributions to Existing Literatures -- 1.7.Scope of the Study, Fieldwork, and Methodology -- 1.8.Outline of the Book -- 2.Eight Extant Alternative Approaches -- 2.1.INGOs as Rescuers -- 2.2.INGOs as Partners -- 2.3.INGOs as Agents for their Donors -- 2.4.INGOs as Agents for their Intended Beneficiaries -- 2.5.Accountability -- 2.6.Traditional Humanitarian Principles -- 2.7.INGOs as Neo-Colonialists -- 2.8.INGOs as Multinational Corporations -- 2.9.Conclusion -- 3.A Map of Humanitarian INGO Political Ethics -- 3.1.Humanitarian INGOs are Sometimes Somewhat Governmental -- 3.2.Humanitarian INGOs are Highly Political -- 3.3.Humanitarian INGOs are Often Second-Best Actors -- 3.4.Moral Permissions --
  • 3.5.Conclusion: Four Ethical Predicaments -- 4.The Problem of Spattered Hands -- 4.1.The Distinctiveness of Spattered Hands Ethical Predicaments -- 4.2.Do No Harm, Complicity, Doctrine of Double Effect, Dirty Hands -- 4.3.Spattered Hands -- 4.4.Conclusion -- 5.The Quandary of the Second-Best -- 5.1.INGO Advocacy as Non-Electoral Representation -- 5.2.INGO Advocacy as Equal Partnership -- 5.3.INGO Advocacy as the Exercise of Power -- 5.4.Conclusion -- 6.The Cost-Effectiveness Conundrum -- 6.1.INGOs' Large-Scale Decisions about Resource Use -- 6.2.The Need Principle, the Harm Minimization Principle, and the Ethics of Refusal -- 6.3.Evaluating the Need Principle, the Harm Minimization Principle, and the Ethics of Refusal -- 6.4.The Ethics of Resistance -- 6.5.Conclusion -- 7.The Moral Motivation Tradeoff -- 7.1.The Standard View and Its Limitations -- 7.2.An Alternative Approach: The Moral Motivation Tradeoff --
  • 7.3.Strategies for Navigating the Moral Motivation Tradeoff -- 7.4.Conclusion -- 8.Conclusion: Political Political Ethics -- 8.1.Bringing the Four Maps Together -- 8.2.Implications for Donors -- 8.3.Specifying Democratic, Egalitarian, Humanitarian, and Justice-Based Norms for Humanitarian INGOs -- 8.4.Toward a Political Political Ethics
Control code
905649369
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xiii, 252 pages
Isbn
9780199684106
Lccn
2014949790
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
n
Other control number
60001988311
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)905649369

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