Journal of Business Case Studies (JBCS) <p><strong>Published since 2005</strong><br>ISSN 1555-3353 (print), ISSN 2157-8826 (online)<br>The Journal of Business Case Studies (JBCS) welcomes case studies designed for use in business and economics courses and articles related to the use of case studies in the classroom.</p> en-US (Stephanie Clute) (Clute Institute) Mon, 01 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 60 The Impact Of Social Media On Fraternal Organizations: Ethical Concerns <p>This case study concerns how the personal behavior of students involved in fraternal organizations is depicted in social media, and how that behavior impacts the organization and its image. The legal and ethical implications of individuals’ behaviors in social media has become a major issue for many organizations. This case follows an example of a fraternal organization and how the governing body must handle the information members post on social media. The mission of many fraternal organizations is to champion or contribute to specific causes. Members’ social media postings may reflect poorly on the organization and may not always align with the principles of the organization. This case examines how those postings impact the organization, and what it can do to mitigate the effects. The ethical issues that can affect the actions of both the governing body and the members are probed throughout the case.</p> Craig A. Escamilla, Katharine A. Fraccastoro, Emily Ehrlich Copyright (c) 2019 Clute Institute Mon, 01 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0000