Kathleen Burke

Senior Lecturer, Strategy
Ph.D. 1999 (SFU); M.A. 1992 (Indiana University); B.A. 1986 (Indiana University)

Burnaby Room: WMC 4307
Burnaby Phone: 778.782.5605
Surrey Room: SUR 5047
Surrey Phone: 7787827492

Email Address: kburke@sfu.ca

Curriculum Vitae: View

Biography

Dr. Kathleen Burke is a Senior Lecturer in the Beedie School of Business teaching and coordinating the offerings of BUS303 Business, Society and Ethics. She holds a Ph.D. from Simon Fraser University and her M.A. and B.A. from Indiana University.  In 2015, Kathleen received the TD Canada Trust Distinguished Teaching award, the highest teaching honour in Beedie.  Kathleen also facilitates and oversees the Envision Financial Community Leaders Igniting Change (CLIC) program in Surrey, BC.  This community leadership initiative is a partnership between Envision Financial, SFU Surrey, the City of Surrey, and the Surrey Poverty Reduction Coalition.  She also provides workshops and consults with organizations regarding ethics, dilemma decision-making and leadership development.

Specialization and Research Interests

Ethical decision making, Ethics pedagogy, Leadership and Communication.

Selected Publications

Articles and Reports

Shafik Bhalloo; Kathleen M. Burke

Overworked and underpaid: The plight of one hapless paralegal

2016 | Journal of Business Ethics Education. 13

Shafik Bhalloo; Kathleen M. Burke

Risky Returns at Zoie B's Apparel

2015 | Journal of Business Ethics Education. Vol. 12

Kathleen M. Burke; Shafik Bhalloo

The Great Canadian Mortgage Company

2015 | Journal of Business Ethics Education. 12: 185-188

Kathleen M. Burke; Brian Burtch

Review of masculinities, crime and criminology

1999 | Journal of Men's Studies. 8(1): 111-114

Books, Book Chapters and Monographs

Kathleen M. Burke; R R. Miller ; Sandra L. Browning

You can’t keep a good man down: On being a man and being a victim

2005 | For the common good: A critical examination of law and social control.

Kathleen M. Burke; Thomas O'Reilly-Fleming; Brian Burtch

Men, masculinities, and crime

1996 | Post-Critical Criminology. 216-229

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