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Four Kinds of Workplace Ethics for Discussion
A collection of four cases illustrating common ethical issues that come up in business settings, covering the topics of managerial ethics, drugs in the workplace, stealing from the workplace, and supervisor and worker ...
Doing the Minimum as an Alternative to Exercising Reasonable Care in a Professional Role
In the second edition of ENGINEERING ETHICS:CASES AND CONCEPTS (Wadsworth, 2000), Harris, Pritchard, and Rabins distinguish three conceptions of professional responsibility: the "minimalist," the "reasonable care" and the ...
“Broader Impacts” or “Responsible Research and Innovation”? A Comparison of Two Criteria for Funding Research in Science and Engineering
Our subject is how the experience of Americans with a certain funding criterion, “broader impacts” (and some similar criteria) may help in efforts to turn the European concept of Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) ...
Replacement as a Problem for Justification of Preventative Detention
(John Jay College of Criminal Justice of The City University of New Yor, 2011-04)
What makes Don E. Scheid’s article on indefinite detention interesting is that he thinks through many of the moral issues inherent in attempting to prevent (or, rather, keep to a minimum) certain kinds of violent crime, ...
Getting an Ethics Charge Out of Current Events : Some Doubts About Katrina
(Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions, IIT, 2006)
The author discusses why he believes that Hurricane Katrina, which is certainly the biggest engineering disaster in the history of the United States, is not a good case for teaching engineering ethics. This is for three ...
Davis Discussant Remarks - APPE 2010
(National Academy of Engineering, 2010-03)
Remarks by Dr. Michael Davis as part of the panel "Engineering and Social Justice: What are the Difficulties, What are the Possibilities? as part of a mini conference at the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics ...
University Research and the Wages of Commerce.
(Notre Dame Law School, 1991)
This is a response to a talk given by Ralph Nader on "The Relationship Between the University and Business and Industry." The author acknowledges that a problems do come up when universities have close ties with industry. ...
Culture, Social Psychology, and Business Ethics
Michael Green's "Culture, Self, and Ethical Paradigms" is a daring paper. Though we must finally reject its argument and suspend judgement on its conclusions, it has much to teach us about the possible relationships between ...
General Contractors : Some Ethical Problems
(Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions, IIT, 1987-10)
A series of small ethics case studies illustrating ethical dilemmas that general contractors in the construction industry are likely to face.