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Wyatt, Wendy 1; Affiliations: 1: University of St. Thomas; Issue Info: Jul-Sep2008, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p260; Thesaurus Term: INTELLECTUAL property; Subject Term: DVD-Video discs -- Reviews; Subject Term: DOCUMENTARY films -- Reviews; Reviews & Products: FREEDOM of Expression: Resistance & Repression in the Age of Intellectual Property (Film); People: MCLEOD, Kembrew; People: JHALLY, S.; People: EARP, J.; Number of Pages: 3p; Document Type: Entertainment Review
24 cm.A model for ethical problem solving -- Values in health and illness -- What is the source of moral judgments? -- Benefiting the patient and others : the duty to do good and avoid harm -- Justice : the allocation of health resources -- Autonomy -- Veracity : honesty with patients -- Fidelity : promise-keeping, loyalty to patients, and impaired professionals -- Avoidance of killing -- Abortion, sterilization, and contraception -- Genetics, birth, and the biological revolution -- Mental health and behavior control -- Confidentiality : ethical disclosure of medical information -- Organ transplants -- Health insurance, health system planning, and rationing -- Experimentation on human subjects -- Consent and the right to refuse treatment -- Death and dying.Includes bibliographical references and index.Robert M. Veatch, Amy M. Haddad, Dan C. English. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource
(ed)Reviewer: Mooradian, Norman. Cover Date: December 1999. 1990. Source Info: 22(4), 420-424. Journal Announcement: 34-3. Update Code: 20090226.
2nd ed.21 cm.ch. 1.; Ethical issues in computing: work, privacy, and justice /; Mary B. Williams --; ch. 2.; Information technologies could threaten privacy, freedom, and democracy /; Dorothy Nelkin --; ch. 3.; Technology is a tool of the powerful /; Philip Bereano --; ch. 4.; Best action is the one with the best consequences /; John Hospers --; ch. 5.; Best action is the one in accord with universal rules /; James Rachels --; ch. 6.; Fundamental tendencies underlying the human moral system /; James Q. Wilson --; ch. 7.; "Design Errors" in the human moral system /; Mary Maxwell --; ch. 8.; Why privacy is important /; James Rachels --; ch. 9.; Are hacker break-ins ethical? /; Eugene H. Spafford --; ch. 10.; Your "private" information may be public property /; Carl Hausman --; ch. 11.; Solving the problems of electronic cash /; Steven Levy --; ch. 12.; Information and our interactive future /; Bill Gates --; ch. 13.; Will there be a job for me in the new information age? /; Jeremy Rifkin --; ch. 14.; Informing ourselves to death /; Neil Postman --; ch. 15.; Social relations and personal identity in a computerized society /; Kenneth J. Gergen --; ch. 16.; Gender differences in online communication /; Judith Broadhurst --; ch. 17.; Computers transform the work setting /; Ian G. Barbour --; ch. 18.; Computerization, work, and less-developed countries /; Ruth Pearson and Swasti Mitter --; ch. 19.; Computing in small, energetic countries /; Jason Dedrick, Seymour Goodman, and Kenneth Kraemer --; ch. 20.; Whatever happened to the Information Revolution in the workplace? /; Tom Forester --; ch. 21.; Constitution in cyberspace /; Lawrence H. Tribe --; ch. 22.; World wide web and copyright law /; Lance Rose --; ch. 23.; Copyright battles on the web: from Elvis to Wittgenstein /; Ross Kerber --; ch. 24.; GNU manifesto /; Richard M. Stallman --; ch. 25.; Legislation to protect privacy /; Thomas R. Mylott III --; ch. 26.; Digital communication must not weaken law enforcement /; Dorothy E. Denning --; ch. 27.; Wiretap laws must not weaken digital communication /; Marc Rotenberg --; ch. 28.; Morality of whistle-blowing /; Sissela Bok --; ch. 29.; Lotus marketplace: how the good guys finally won /; Steven Levy --; ch. 30.; Why good people do bad things: the case of collective violence /; Craig Summers and Eric Markusen --; ch. 31.; People are responsible, computers are not /; Batya Friedman and Peter H. Kahn, Jr. --; ch. 32.; Ten Commandments of computer ethics /; Computer Ethics Institute --; ch. 33.; ACM code of ethics and professional conduct /; Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) --; ch. 34.; Using the ACM code /; Ronald E. Anderson, Deborah G. Johnson, Donald Gotterbarn, and Judith Perrolle --; ch. 35.; Can we find a single ethical code? /; Robert N. Barger.Table of contents onlyhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0638/96008900-t.htmlIncludes bibliographical references.National bibliography no: GB97-W6470edited by M. David Ermann, Mary B. Williams, Michele S. Shauf. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource Date of Entry: 19960508
22 cm.Central issues in the ethics of digital media -- Privacy in the electronic global metropolis? -- Copying and distributing via digital media: copyright, copyleft, global perspectives -- Citizenship in the global metropolis -- Still more ethical issues: digital sex and games -- Digital media ethics: overview, frameworks, resources.Includes bibliographical references (p. 228-244) and index.Charles Ess. More Records: Show record informationBook
£30.00£9.95edited by Robert Elliot.21 cm.Includes bibliographical references and index.Discounting versus maximum sustainable yield / Mary B. Williams -- Animal liberation : a triangular affair / J. Baird Callicott -- Duties to endangered species / Holmes Rolston III -- Faking nature / Robert Elliot -- Duties concerning islands / Mary Midgley -- Against the inevitability of human chauvinism / Richard Routley and Val Routley -- Attitudes to nature / John Passmore -- Value in nature and meaning in life / Freya Mathews -- Nature, self, and gender : feminism, environmental philosophy, and the critique of rationalism / Val Plumwood -- Can environmentalists be liberals? / Mark Sagoff -- Ecological theory and value in nature / Andrew A. Brennan -- Stasis : the unnatural value / Colleen D. Clements -- Philosophical problems for environmentalism / Elliott Sober.
(OCoLC)ocm56761510 (IITdb)588982 project director, Elaine E. Englehardt ; co-directors, Barbra Wardle, Lucille Stoddard. Photocopy. Springfield, Va. : ERIC Document Reproduction Service, 199u. 29 cm. Caption title. A three-year project designed to integrate ethics into all disciplines at Utah Valley State College. ERIC Report ; ED 415 783. ERIC Report ; HE 030 929.
24 cm.Practical ethics in context -- Teaching and learning ethics in an ethical environment -- Aspirations, activities, and assessment -- The theoretical toolkit -- Relativism and moral development -- Integrated case analysis -- A bridge across cultures.Includes bibliographical references (p. 125-132) and index.Deni Elliott. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource Date of Entry: 20060213
2006032162GBA699309013608575Soraj Hongladaram, Charles Ess [editors].ill. ; 29 cm."Premier reference source"--Cover.Includes bibliographical references and index.SECTION I. THEORETICAL CONCERNS. -- The moral status of information and information technologies: a relational theory of moral status / Johnny Hartz Soraker -- Online communities, democratic ideals, and the digital divide / Frances S. Grodzinsky and Herman T. Tavani -- The mediating effect of material cultures as human hybridization / Lorenzo Magnani -- Culture and technology: a mutual-shaping approach / Thomas Herdin, Wolfgang Hofkirchner, and Ursula Maier-Rabler -- Mobile phone and autonomy / Thaptawee Chokvasin -- Invisability [i.e. Invisibility] and the ethics of digitalization: designing so as not to hurt others / Maja van der Velden -- Privacy and property in the global datasphere / Dan L. Burk -- Analysis and justification of privacy from a Buddhist perspective / Soraj Hongladarom -- SECTION II. SPECIFIC VIEWPOINTS. -- Information privacy in a surveillance state: a perspective from Thailand / Pirongrong Ramasoota Rananand -- Interactions among Thai culture, ICT, and IT ethics / Pattarasinee Bhattarakosol -- We cannot eat data: the need for computer ethics to address the cultural and ecological impacts of computing / Barbara Paterson -- Current and future state of ICT deployment and utilization in healthcare: an analysis of cross-cultural ethical issues / Bernd Carsten Stahl, Simon Rogerson, and Amin Kashmeery -- Business ethics and technology in Turkey: an emerging country at the crossroad of civilizations / Gonca Telli Yamamoto and Faruk Karaman -- The existential significance of the digital divide for America's historically underserved populations / Lynette Kvasny.
24 cm.Introduction -- Chronology -- Biographical sketches -- Issues in journalism ethics -- The shape of the news -- Objectivity and news bias -- The free press and democracy -- Morality and professionalism -- News sources and deception -- Court cases -- Codes of journalism ethics -- Selected print resources -- Selected nonprint resources -- Organizations -- Glossary.Includes bibliographical references and index.edited by Elliot D. Cohen and Deni Elliott. More Records: Show record informationBook
King's College (University of London).; Centre of Medical Law and Ethics.6th ed.28 cm.Publisher descriptionhttp://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/description/cam022/2002023441.htmlTable of contentshttp://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/toc/cam027/2002023441.htmlContributor biographical informationhttp://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0731/2002023441-b.htmlIncludes bibliographical references and index.National bibliography no: GBA3-24114Centre of Medical Law and Ethics, King's College, London ; edited by Sue Eckstein. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource Date of Entry: 20020318
23 cm.Introduction : morals, science and sociality / H. Tristram Engelhardt -- Objectivity in morality and objectivity in science / Alasdair MacIntyre -- The moral psychology of science / Stephen Toulmin -- Commentary : response to Stephen Toulmin / Gunther S. Stent -- The origins of psychoanalysis revisited : reflections and consequences / Steven Marcus -- Reconciling Freud's scientific project and psychoanalysis / Joseph Margolis -- Attitudes toward eugenics in Germany and Soviet Russia in the 1920s : an examination of science and values / Loren R. Graham -- Commentary : science and values- internal and external relations : response to Loren Graham / Kenneth F. Schaffner -- Moral autonomy / Gerald Dworkin -- The rights of persons in Plato's conception of the foundations of justice / Gregory Vlastos -- Commentary : moral autonomy and the polis : response to Gerald Dworkin and Gregory Vlastos / H. Tristram Engelhardt -- Self-conflict in ethical decisions / Eric Cassell -- Commentary : response to Eric Cassell / Paul Ramsey. Natural selection and societal laws / Richard D. Alexander -- Commentary : Sociobiology and evolving leagay systems : Response to Richard D. Alexander / Kenneth F. Schaffner -- Commentary : rejoinder to Kenneth Schaffner / Richard D. Alexander -- Science, ethics and the impersonal passions / Robert C. Solomon -- A concluding interdisciplinary postscript / H. Tristram Englehardt.Includes bibliographical references and index.edited by H. Tristram Engelhardt, Jr., and Daniel Callahan.
2009004516Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy, National Academy of Science, National Academy of Engineering, and Institute of Medicine of the National Academies.Includes bibliographical references.
(OCoLC)ocm35223084 (ELMdb)139269 edited by Deni Elliott and Judy E. Stern. 23 cm.
24 cm.Should peer review dominate decision making about science? -- Is science a faith? -- Should creationism and evolution get equal time in schools? -- Do we face a population problem? -- Are human activities significantly changing the global climate? -- Are environmental regulations too restrictive? -- Do cell phones cause cancer? -- Is irradiated food safe to eat? -- Can humans go to Mars now? -- Is it worthwhile to continue the search for extraterrestrial life? -- Should the Internet be censored? -- Does law enforcement technology threaten the fourth amendment? -- Will screens replace pages? -- Will it be possible to build a computer that can think? -- Is the use of animals in research justified? -- Should genetically modified foods be banned? -- Is it ethical to sell human tissue? -- Is it ethically permissable to clone human beings?Includes bibliographical references and index.Clashing views on controversial issues in science, technology, and societyselected, edited and with introductions by Thomas A. Easton.Book
ill. ; 24 cm.Is race a useful concept for anthropologists? -- Are humans inherently violent? -- Did Neanderthals interbreed with modern humans? -- Did people first arrive in the new world after the last ice age? -- Was there a goddess cult in prehistoric Europe? -- Did prehistoric Native Americans practice cannibalism in the American Southwest? -- Can apes learn language? -- Does language determine how we think? -- Should cultural anthropology model itself on the natural sciences? -- Was Margaret Mead's fieldwork on Samoan adolescents fundamentally flawed? -- Do native peoples today invent their traditions? -- Is it natural for adopted children to want to find out about their birth parents? -- Are San hunter-gatherers basically pastoralists who have lost their herds? -- Do some illnesses exist only among members of a particular culture? -- Is ethnic conflict inevitable? -- Should the remains of prehistoric Native Americans be reburied rather than studied? -- Did Napoleon Chagnon's research methods and publications harm the Yanomami Indians? -- Do museums misrepresent ethnic communities around the world?Includes bibliographical references and index.Clashing views on controversial issues in anthropologyselected, edited, and with introductions by Kirk M. Endicott and Robert L. Welsch.Book
24 cm.Preface -- Correlation guide -- Introduction -- Unit 1: Environmental Philosophy -- Issue 1: Is the precautionary principle a sound approach to risk analysis? -- Yes: Rise of the precautionary principle: a social movement gathers strength / Nancy Myers -- No: Precautionary principle: is it a threat to toxicological science? / Bernard D Goldstein -- Issue 2: Is sustainable development compatible with human welfare? -- Yes: European dream: building sustainable development in a globally connected world / Jeremy Rifkin -- No: Wilting Greens / Ronald Bailey -- Issue 3: Should a price be put on the goods and services provided by the world's ecosystems? -- Yes: Economic value of ecological services provided by insects / John E Losey and Mace Vaughan -- No: Pricing biodiversity and ecosystem services: the never-ending story / Marino Gatto and Giulio A De Leo -- Unit 2: Principles Versus Politics -- Issue 4: Should the endangered species act be strengthened? -- Yes: Testimony before the oversight hearing on the endangered species act / John Kostyack -- No: Testimony before the oversight hearing on the endangered species act / Monita Fontaine -- Issue 5: Should the EPA be doing more to fight environmental injustice? -- Yes: Environmental justice programs, statement before the Subcommittee on Superfund and Environmental Health, Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works / Robert D Bullard -- No: Environmental justice programs, statement before the Subcommittee on Superfund and Environmental Health, Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works / Granta Y Nakayama -- Issue 6: Can pollution rights trading effectively control environmental problems? -- Yes: Carbon trading / James Allen and Anthony White -- No: Trading away the earth: pollution credits and the perils of 'free market environmentalism' / Brian Tokar -- Unit 3: Energy Issues -- Issue 7: Should the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge be opened to oil drilling? -- Yes: To drill or not to drill / Dwight R Lee -- No: Senate Energy Committee / Jeff Bingaman et al -- Issue 8: Is global warming skepticism just smoke and mirrors? -- Yes: Smoke, mirrors & hot air: how ExxonMobil uses big tobacco's tactics to manufacture uncertainty on climate science / Seth Schulman et al -- No: Liberal scientists lead Jihad against global-warming skeptics / Ivan Osorio, Iain Murray, and Myron Ebell -- Issue 9: Is wind power green? -- Yes: Whither wind? / Charles Komanoff -- No: Wayward wind?, speech given in the township of Perry, near Silver Lake, Wyoming County, New York / Jon Boone -- Issue 10: Should cars be more efficient? -- Yes: CAFE standards, testimony before Committee on Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation / David Friedman -- No: Why the government's CAFE standards for fuel efficiency should be repealed, not increased / Charli E Coon -- Issue 11: Do biofuels enhance energy security? -- Yes: Testimony before Committee on Senate Energy and Natural Resources / Bob Dinneen -- No: Biofuels-facts and fiction / Mark Anslow -- Issue 12: Is it time to revive nuclear power? -- Yes: Testimony before the United States Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources, Hearing on the Department of Energy's Nuclear Power 2010 Program / Michael J Wallace -- No: Brave nuclear world, part II / Karen Charman -- Unit 4: Food And Population -- Issue 13: Do falling birthrates pose a threat to human welfare? -- Yes: Birth dearth / Michael Meyer -- No: Fewer the better / David Nicholson-Lord -- Issue 14: Is genetic engineering the answer to hunger? -- Yes: Is genetic engineering the answer to hunger?" / Gerald D Coleman -- No: Genetic engineering is not the answer / Sean McDonagh -- Issue 15: Is a large-scale shift to organic farming the best way to increase world food supply? -- Yes: Can organic farming feed us all? / Brian Halweil -- No: Organic myth: a food movement makes a pest of itself / John J Miller -- Unit 5: Toxic Chemicals -- Issue 16: Should DDT be banned worldwide? -- Yes: Malaria, mosquitoes, and DDT / Anne Platt McGinn -- No: Statement before the US Senate Committee on Environment & Public Works, Hearing on the Role of Science in Environmental Policy-Making / Donald R Roberts -- Issue 17: Do environmental hormone mimics pose a potentially serious health threat? -- Yes: Hazards of environmental estrogens / Michele L Trankina -- No: Endocrine disrupters, politics, pesticides, the cost of food and health / Michael Gough -- Issue 18: Is the Superfund Program successfully protecting human health from hazardous materials? -- Yes: Superfund matures gracefully / Robert H Harris, Jay Vandeven, and Mike Tilchin -- No: Not in their backyard / Randall Patterson -- Issue 19: Should the United States reprocess spent nuclear fuel? -- Yes: Statement before the House Committee on Science, Energy Subcommittee, Hearing on Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing / Phillip J Finck -- No: Case against a near-term decision to reprocess spent nuclear fuel in the United States / Matthew Bunn -- Issue 20: Is carbon capture technology ready to limit carbon emissions? -- Yes: Carbon capture and sequestration, testimony before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Energy and Air Quality / David G Hawkins -- No: Carbon capture & storage: blue-sky technology or just blowing smoke? / Charles W Schmidt -- Issue 21: Should North America's landscape be restored to its pre-human state? -- Yes: Restoring America's big, wild animals / C Josh Donlan -- No: Pleistocene Park: does re-wilding North America represent sound conservation for the 21st century? / Dustin R Rubenstein, Daniel I Rubenstein, Paul W Sherman, and Thomas A Gavin -- Contributors.Includes bibliographical references.Clashing views on environmental issues; Environmental issuesselected, edited, and with introductions by Thomas Easton. 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Science and Engineering Programs: On Target for Women?
Hastings Center ReportAccession Number: 26915755; Levine, Mark A. Wynia, Matthew K. Schyve, Paul M. Teagarden, J. Russell Fleming, David A. Donohue, Sharon King Anderson, Ron J. Sabin, James Emanuel, Ezekiel J.; Source Info: Sep2007, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p14; Subject Term: ESSAYS; Subject Term: MEDICAL ethics; Subject Term: HEALTH care reform; Subject Term: HEALTH services accessibility; Subject Term: MEDICAL care -- Evaluation; Number of Pages: 6p; Illustrations: 2 Charts; Document Type: Essay
FineLine: The Newsletter On Journalism Ethics, vol. 1, no. 3 (June 1989), pp. 1,2.
FineLine: The Newsletter On Journalism Ethics, vol. 1, no. 5 (August 1989), p. 1.