Essay: ethical practice, in the context of the construction industry.

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Define and discuss what ethical practice, in the context of the construction industry, means to you. Ensure in your discussion you frame your response using the weekly themes of the course and your future professional practice. Introduction • Spell out your main claim ie your definition of ethics and how it relates to the construction industry. • Overview the main themes from the course and literature. • A brief overview of where your analysis will go across the various paragraphs of your assignment. 5 marks Body Explain how you understand the industry working in relation to the key themes of the course. In doing so you will need to: • Identify the links and complexity associated within and across each of the topics. • Identify and explain the role and importance of the course’s main topics across the different environmental contexts (International, national and local). • Explain how codes of conduct, regulation and legislation inform and impact on your professional practice. • How your experience in BUIL1266 Industrial Environment has informed your understanding of the industry. • Identify and explain the skills and knowledge that are required in the practice of your future profession. Ensure that you recognise the role of different stakeholder groups and associated values. Identify your position within each of these main topic areas. Link each topic to your profession/discipline explaining why they are relevant and provide evidence (readings and course notes). 30 marks Conclusion • Clear summary of how all the main points of your arguments tie together. • A final observation about the assignment question 5 marks References • A complete reference list must be included. • In-text citation to support your claim with evidence. • Correct use of the Harvard Referencing style 6 marks Format: • Your essay must be written in sentences and paragraphs 4 marks In the context of self-directed learning students must reflect on what they have learnt, how useful it is, and how it will affect their future personal and professional career development. Critical reflection provides coherence to their learning by relating it to what you already know, and to your plans for the future. In this reflective activity students must explore the assumptions underlying their beliefs and actions. Specifically, the reflective narrative requires students to address the content of each week in the following areas • The norms underlying your judgements; • The strategies implicit in your behaviour; • The theories that underpin your actions; • Your feelings about what you are doing; and • Your role in the organisational context.

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