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(OCoLC)ocm28165578Atlantis Films Limited ; director, Sturla Gunnarsson.Title from data sheet.A foreign videorecording (Canada)Produced for the Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario in 1983.College students and adults.VHS format.
24 cm.ch. 1. In the beginning -- ch. 2. Genetic imperialism: the new world order of biotechnology -- ch. 3. Agribusiness and biotechnology: new crops and food problems -- ch. 4. Does genetic engineering have a place in organic agriculture -- ch. 5. Genetically engineered animals and the new "pharm" animal factories -- ch. 6. How prevalent and safe are genetically engineered foods -- ch. 7. Biotechnology and genetic pollution -- ch. 8. Scientific and bioethical issues in genetic-engineering biotechnology -- ch. 9. Corporate ethics in biotechnology: hard choices, soft paths -- ch. 10. Where do we draw the line -- ch. 11. Saving the seeds of humanity from spiritual corruption.Includes bibliographical references and index.Michael W. Fox. More Records: Show record informationBook
ill. ; 26 cm.Includes bibliographical references and index.edited by Patricia H. Werhane and R. Edward Freeman. More Records: Show record informationBook
Cambridge University Press26 cm.Introduction and background. Ethics after the information revolution / Luciano Floridi ; The historical roots of information and computer ethics / Terrell Ward Bynum ; Ethical approaches. Values in technology and disclosive computer ethics / Philip Brey ; The use of normative theories in computer ethics / Jeroen van den Hoven ; Information ethics / Luciano Floridi -- Ethical issues in the information society. Social issues in computer ethics / Bernd Carsten Stahl ; Rights and computer ethics / John Sullins ; Conflict, security and computer ethics / John Arquilla ; Personal values and computer ethics / Alison Adam ; Global information and computer ethics / Charles Ess and May Thorseth ; Computer ethics and applied contexts / John Weckert and Adam Henschke -- Ethical issues in artificial contexts. The ethics of IT-artefacts / Vincent Wiegel ; Artificial life, artifical agents, virtual realities : technologies of autonomous agency / Colin Allen ; On new technologies / Stephen Clarke -- Metaethics. The foundationalist debate in computer ethics / Herman T. Tavani -- Epilogue : the ethics of the information society in a globalized world / Luciano Floridi.Includes bibliographical references (p. -312) and index.Information and computer ethicsedited by Luciano Floridi. More Records: Show record informationBook
3rd ed.23 cm.Ethics and values in nursing. Values in health and illness ; The nurse and moral authority -- Ethical issues in nursing. Benefiting the patient and others: the duty to produce good and avoid harm ; Justice: the allocation of health resources ; The principle of autonomy ; Veracity ; Fidelity ; The sanctity of human life -- Special problem areas in nursing practice. Abortion, contraception, and sterilization ; Genetics, birth, and the biological revolution ; Psychiatry and the control of human behavior ; HIV/AIDS care ; Experimentation on human beings ; Consent and the right to refuse treatment ; Death and dying.Includes bibliographical references and index.Other format available: Online version:; Fry, Sara T.; Case studies in nursing ethics.; 3rd ed.; Sudbury, Mass. : Jones and Bartlett Publishers, c2006; Online version:; Fry, Sara T.; Case studies in nursing ethics.; 3rd ed.; Sudbury, Mass. : Jones and Bartlett Publishers, c2006Sara T. Fry, Robert M. Veatch. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource
ill., map ; 24 cm.Introduction: the collaborative continuum / Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh and T.J. Ferguson -- Navigating the fluidity of social identity: collaborative research into cultural affiliation in the American southwest / Michael Adler and Susan Bruning -- Unusual or "extreme" beliefs about the past, community identity, and dealing with the fringe / Larry J. Zimmerman -- Things are not always what they seem: indigenous knowledge and pattern recognition in the archaeological interpretation of cultural landscapes / Norm Sheehan and Ian Lilley -- Not the end, not the middle, but the beginning: repatriation as a transformative mechanism for archaeologists and indigenous peoples / Dorothy Lippert -- Heritage ethics and descendant communities / Lynn Meskell and Lynette Sibongile Masuku Van Damme -- Collaboration means equality, respect, and reciprocity: a conversation about archaeology and the Hopi tribe / Leigh J. Kuwanwisiwma -- The ethics of collaboration: whose culture? whose intellectual property? who benefits? / Claire Smith and Gary Jackson -- New Africa: understanding the americanization of African descent groups through archaeology / Thomas W. Cuddy and Mark P. Leone -- "I wish for paradise": memory and class in Hampden, Baltimore / Paul A. Shackel and Favid A. Gadsby -- Entering the agora: archaeology, conservation, and indigenous peoples in the Amazon / Michael J. Heckenberger -- Collaborative encounters / George P. Nicholas, John R. Welch, and Eldon C. YellowhornIncludes bibliographical references and index.edited by Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh and T.J. Ferguson. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource Date of Entry: 20070521
84003226Peter A. French.24 cm.Bibliography: p. -211.Includes index.
(OCoLC)ocm28221717Tom Forester and Perry Morrison.ill. ; 24 cm.Includes bibliographical references (p. -331) and index.Introduction : social, ethical, and professional issues in computing -- Computer crime -- Software theft -- Hacking and viruses -- Unreliable computers -- The invasion of privacy -- Artificial intelligence and expert systems -- Computerizing the workplace -- Hypothetical scenarios for classroom discussion.
col. ill., ports. (some col.) ; 29 cm.What are key policy and social issues facing the Internet? -- What is the secret of happiness in a career? -- What are some of technology's unanticipated consequences? -- What constitutes a good scientific theory? -- How can we be wiser about decisions of what to pursue in science and technology? -- How soon can we free ourselves from fossil fuels? -- If you could 'uninvent' a technology, which would it be? -- How will information technology transform global culture? -- Are we prepared for the nanotechnology revolution? -- When will society recognize that nuclear reactors are environmentally safer than fossil-fuel power plants? -- How can effective communication help engineers develop the best products? -- Can engineers abdicate leadership forever? -- How can we accurately evaluate creativity and diversity? -- Can we make society smarter? -- How can we separate the Internet's wheat from its chaff? -- Are computers really the tide that will float all boats? -- How can we prevent ourselves from drowning in high-tech waste? -- Are we eating our seed corn? -- When is unlimited information effectively no information at all? -- The electromagnetic spectrum--public trust or pork barrel? -- What is the role of industrial research laboratories in the twenty-first century? -- What is the most environmentally sound way to dispose of consumer electronics products? -- How will the Internet affect social relationships? -- What is the future of the U.S.'s universities and corporate research laboratories? -- Why can't we better predict which technologies will succeed? -- How can mentoring overcome racial discrimination? -- What practical advice can encourage women engineers? -- How can we ensure that technology is humane and not inane? -- When computer intelligence exceeds human intelligence, what will it mean to be human? -- How much will we pay for freedom of movement? -- What is the potential of computer intelligence in mass transit? -- Will cars ever have jet fighter controls? -- Can we overcome our fear of flying? -- How can we further explore the 'microverse'? -- Why are humans driven to explore? -- Do we really need an armada to explore Mars? -- Will humans live in cities floating on the oceans? -- Why should engineers take the long view? -- How can we best invest in the next generation of scientists and engineers? -- What does it take for people to realize that technology-induced climate change is jeopardizing our very lives? -- Why is it urgent now to investigate low-carbon sources of energy? -- How can we watch out for a weapon that hasn't been invented? -- Can we mount an effective defense without having to shoot? -- How much privacy will we trade for safety? -- How do we reduce the body count? -- How can students experience the impact of engineering on society? -- Engineering ethics--who cares? -- Why is diversity essential to sustaining creativity? -- How can people learn to get along better? -- How can more young people be attracted to engineering?Includes index.Janie Fouke, editor ; Trudy E. Bell and Dave Dooling, writers. More Records: Show record informationBook
3rd ed.ill., maps ; 25 cm.1. Environmental Engineering -- 2. Risk Analysis -- 3. Water Pollution -- 4. Measurement of Water Quality -- 5. Water Supply -- 6. Water Treatment -- 7. Collection of Wastewater -- 8. Wastewater Treatment -- 9. Sludge Treatment and Disposal -- 10. Nonpoint Source Water Pollution -- 11. Water Pollution Law -- 12. Solid Waste -- 13. Solid Waste Disposal -- 14. Reuse, Recycling, and Resource Recovery -- 15. Hazardous Waste -- 16. Radioactive Waste -- 17. Solid and Hazardous Waste Law -- 18. Air Pollution -- 19. Meteorology and Air Pollution -- 20. Measurement of Air Quality -- 21. Air Pollution Control -- 22. Air Pollution Law -- 23. Noise Pollution -- 24. Environmental Impact and Economic Assessment -- 25. The Environmental Ethic -- App. A Conversion Factors -- App. B Elements and Atomic Weights -- App. C Physical Constants -- App. D List of Symbols -- App. E Bibliography.Table of contentshttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/els032/93015890.htmlIncludes bibliographical references (p. 519-523) and index./ Also issued online.National bibliography no: GB94-74386 Other format available: Online version:; Vesilind, P. Aarne.; Environmental engineering.; 3rd ed.; Boston : Butterworth-Heinemann, c1994P. Aarne Vesilind, J. Jeffrey Peirce, Ruth F. Weiner. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource Date of Entry: 19930414
edited by Frederick Ferré and Peter Hartel.24 cm.Includes bibliographical references (p. 255-269) and index.Introduction : where are we headed? / Victoria Davion -- Grounding environmental ethics in ecological science / Frank B. Golley -- Come inside the circle of creation : the ethics of attunement / Elizabeth Dodson Gray -- Evolution of environmental ethics : a Chinese perspective / Yu-shi Mao -- The role of technology in the evolving concept of nature / J. Baird Callicott -- Efficiency and equity in international environmental cooperation / Ignazio Musu -- Toward a "Houston protocol" : how to allocate CO b2 s emission reductions between north and south / Udo E. Simonis -- The political consequences of an environmental question / Corrado Poli -- Environmental law and the eclipse of land as private property / Gary E. Varner -- Red war, Green Peace / Erazim Kohák -- An apologia for activism : global responsibility, ethical advocacy, and environmental problems / Kristin Shrader-Fréchette -- Can environmental ethics save the world? / Alastair S. Gunn -- Winning and losing in environmental ethics / Holmes Rolston III -- Where do we go from here? / Bryan Norton and Eugene Hargrove -- Epilogue : reflecting on the reflections / Frederick Ferré.
(OCoLC)ocm22575110volume editors: Celia B. Fisher and Warren W. Tryon.24 cm.Includes index and bibliographical references.Emerging ethical issues in an emerging field / Celia B. Fisher and Warren W. Tryon -- Doing good well / Diana Baumrind -- Ethical dilemmas in recent research : a personal saga / Sandra Starr -- Psychological risks and remedies of research participation / Celia B. Fisher and Susan A. Rosendahl -- How to be ethical in applied developmental psycholohgy : examples from research on adolescent drinking behavior / Joan E. Sieber -- Assessing social intervention : scientific and social implications / Michael Lewis -- Ethical considerations in the design, implementation, and evaluation of developmental interventions / Steven J. Danish -- Plasticity in development : ethical implications for developmental interventions / Richard M. Lerner and Jonathan G. Tubman -- Ethical concerns for the use of research findings in applied settings / Irving Sigel -- Ethical dilemmas in playing by the rules : applied developmental research and the law / Gary B. Melton -- Ethical considerations of psychologists working in the media / Robert B. McCall -- Ethical issues in parent education / David Elkind -- Predictive parallels between clinical and applied developmental psychology : playing the game you can't win / Gerald P. Koocher -- Population generalizability, cultural sensitivity, and ethical dilemmas / Luis M. Laosa -- Bias and social responsibility in the study of maternal employment / Lois Wladis Hoffman -- Ethics of research and intervention with ethnic minority parents and their children / Harriette Pipes McAdoo -- Cultural forces leading to scientific developmental psychology / James Youniss -- Developmental psychology in the real world : a perspective on its ethical issues / M. Brewster Smith.
ill. ; 24 cm.Pinto madness / Mark Dowie -- Ford rebuts Pinto criticism and says article is distorted / The National Underwriter -- The Pinto documents / Lee Patrick Strobel -- The Pinto fuel system / West's California Reporter -- Motor Vehicle Safety Standard, part 571; S 301 -- Investigation report, phase I : alleged fuel tank and filler neck damage in rear-end collision of subcompact passenger cars -- Pinto fires and personal ethics : a script analysis of missed opportunities / Dennis A. Gioia -- Cost-benefit analysis : an ethical critique / Steven Kelman -- Defending cost-benefit analysis : replies to Steven Kelman / James V. Delong ... [et al.] -- Product safety, cost-benefit analysis, and the Ford Pinto case / Douglas Birsch -- Fatalities associated with crash-induced fuel leakage and fires / E.S. Grush, C.S. Saunby -- Ethical responsibilities of engineers in large organizations : the Pinto case / Richard T. De George -- Commentary on "ethical responsibilities of engineers in large organizations : the Pinto case" / Hart T. Mankin -- Whistle blowing, ethical obligation, and the Ford Pinto case / Douglas Birsch -- Marketing and product liability : a review and update / Fred W. Morgan -- Strict products liability and compensatory justice / George G. Brenkert -- Grimshaw v. Ford Motor Company / West's California Reporter -- Profits vs. safety / Francis T. Cullen, William J. Maakestad, Gray Cavender -- Five moral imperatives of government regulation / Peter Barton Hutt -- Regulation : a substitute for morality / Alasdair MacIntyre -- The ethics and politics of automobile regulation / John H. Fielder.Includes bibliographical references and index.edited by Douglas Birsch and John H. Fielder. More Records: Show record informationBook
24 cm.Includes bibliographical references and index.edited by Stephen Lock and Frank Wells. More Records: Show record informationBook
Fraud and misconduct in biomedical research.MyiLibraryhttp://www.myilibrary.com?id=28505Electronic books.Rev. ed. of Fraud and misconduct in biomedical research. 2nd ed. 1996./ Includes bibliographical references and index./ Description based on print version record.Other format available: Print version:; Fraud and misconduct in biomedical research.; 3rd ed.; London : BMJ Books, c2001LC: R725.5Internet resource (url); eBook (ebk)
American Association for the Advancement of Science.23 cm."March 1992."/ Includes bibliographical references (p. 31-32).Albert H. Teich and Mark S. Frankel. More Records: Show record informationBook
American Nurses Association.26 cm.Provision 1 / Carol R. Taylor -- Provision 2 / Anne J. Davis -- Provision 3 / John G. Twomey -- Provision 4 / Laurie A. Badzek -- Provision 5 / Marsha D.M. Fowler -- Provision 6 / Linda L. Olson -- Provision 7 / Theresa S. Drought and Elizabeth G. Epstein -- Provision 8 / Mary C. Silva -- Provision 9 / Marsha D.M. Fowler -- Appendix A : Code of Ethics for Nurses with Interpretive Statements (American Nurses Association, 2001).Includes bibliographical references and index.Other format available: Online version:; Guide to the code of ethics for nurses.; Silver Spring, MD : American Nurses Association, c2008Marsha D.M. Fowler, editor. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource
23 cm.Table of contentshttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/uchi051/95033951.htmlIncludes bibliographical references and index.National bibliography no: GB96-43984Jack Fuller. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource Date of Entry: 19950627
Oxford University Press25 cm.The coming of bioethics -- The coming of bioethicists -- "Choices on our conscience": the inauguration of the Kennedy Institute of Education -- "Hello, Dolly": bioethics in the media -- Celebrating bioethics and bioethicists -- Thinking socially and culturally in bioethics -- Reminiscences of observing participants -- Bioethics circles the globe -- Bioethics in France -- The development of bioethics in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan -- The coming of the culture wars to American bioethics.Includes bibliographical references (p. 347-371) and index.Renée C. Fox and Judith P. Swazey ; with the assistance of Judith C. Watkins. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource Date of Entry: 20071011
Accession Number: 32869780; Boynton, Lois A. 1; Affiliation: 1: University of North Carolina; Source Info: Spring2008, Vol. 85 Issue 1, p219; Subject Term: BOOKS -- Reviews; Subject Term: JOURNALISTIC ethics; Subject Term: NONFICTION; Reviews & Products: ONLINE Journalism Ethics: Traditions & Transitions (Book); People: SINGER, Jane B.; People: FRIEND, Cecilia; Number of Pages: 2p; Document Type: Book Review