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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
sd., col. ; 1/2 in.VHS formatVideocassette release of a program originally produced by Jones International in 1997 in its telecourse series: Media waves: an introduction to mass communication./ Participants: Narrator, David Hartley.producer, David P. Stone; produced in cooperation with the College Division of the McGraw-Hill Company, Inc. and Knowledge TV. Music, David Anthony. More Records: Show record informationVideorecording (vid); Videocassette (vca); VHS tape (vhs)
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97044169edited by Jeffrey P. Kahn, Anna C. Mastroianni, Jeremy Sugarman.25 cm.Includes bibliographical references and index.
ill. ; 25 cm.Relationships in research: a new paradigm / Nancy M.P. King, Gail E. Henderson, and Jane Stein -- Is ethics universal?: gender, science, and culture in reproductive health research / Ruth Macklin -- Contract and covenant in Curacao: reciprocal relationships in scholarly research / Alan F. Benjamin -- Contract and covenant in ethnographic research / Rene
24 cm.Science and science studies: enemies or allies? / Ullica Segerstråle -- Antiscience in current science and technology studies / Henry H. Bauer -- Some patterns and processes in the development of a scientific sociology of science: notes from a sixty-year memoir / Bernard Barber -- Anti-science: a phenomenon in search of an explanation : pt. 1. Anatomy of recent "antiscience" allegations. pt. 2. The conflict about the social role of science / Ullica Segerstråle -- Visions of science in the twentieth century / Valéry Cholakov -- Postacademic science: constructing knowledge with networks and norms / John Ziman -- A social theory of objectivity / Stephan Fuchs -- Science studies through the looking glass: an intellectual itinerary / Steve Fuller.Includes bibliographical references and indexes.edited by Ullica Segerstråle. More Records: Show record informationBook
88187767by Ward Morehouse and M. Arun Subramaniam.23 cm."A preliminary report for the Citizens Commission on Bhopal."Bibliography: p. 183-186.
960182489704880Hugh LaFollette and Niall Shanks.23 cm.Includes bibliographical references (p. 270-282) and index.
19 cm.1.; The ethics of enhancement --; 2.; Bionic athletes --; 3.; Designer children, designing parents --; 4.; The old eugenics and the new --; 5.; Mastery and gift --; Epilogue : Embryo ethics : the stem cell debate --; Notes --; Index.Table of contents onlyhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/fy0715/2006039327.htmlIncludes bibliographical references (p. 131-155) and index.National bibliography no: GBA722537Michael J. Sandel. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource Date of Entry: 20061127
ill. ; 24 cm.The legal aspects of end-of-life decision making /; Nancy Neveloff Dubler --; Assessing competency to make medical decisions at the end of life: clinician and patient issues /; Daniel C. Marson --; The ethics of long-term care: recasting the policy discourse /; Charles J. Fahey --; Religiosity and spirituality at the end of life: challenges and opportunities /; Lucy Feild --; The family and the future: challenges, prospects, and resilience /; Norella M. Putney, Vern L. Bengtson, and Melanie A. Wakeman --; Long-term care, feminism, and an ethics of solidarity /; Martha B. Holstein --; Aging, generational opposition, and the future of the family /; H. Rick Moody --; Minority elders in the United States: implications for public policy /; Kyriakos S. Markides and Steven P. Wallace.; Allocating resources for lifelong learning for older adults /; Ronald J. Manheimer --; Transforming age-based policies to meet fluid life-course needs /; W. Andrew Achenbaum and Thomas R. Cole --; The political paradoxes of thinking outside the life-cycle boxes /; Robert B. Hudson --; Is responsibility across generations politically feasible? /; Robert H. Binstock --; Social security reform and responsibility across the generations: framing the debate /; John B. Williamson --; Setting the agenda for Social Security reform /; Eric R. Kingson --; A summary of Saving Social Security: a balanced approach /; Peter A. Diamond and Peter R. Orszag --; Assessing the returns from the new Medicare drug benefit /; Bruce Stuart --; Prescription drugs and elders in the twenty-first century /; Christine E. Bishop.Contributor biographical informationhttp://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0713/2006039066-b.htmlPublisher descriptionhttp://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0713/2006039066-d.htmlIncludes bibliographical references and index.edited by Rachel A. Pruchno and Michael A. Smyer. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource
2002023098(OCoLC)ocm49619614GBA2-X7327101142808Albert R. Jonsen, Mark Siegler, William J. Winslade.21 cm.
2006035634Giannis Stamatellos.23 cm.Includes bibliographical references (p. 125-131) and index.What is computer ethics? -- Computer crime and security -- Privacy and anonymity -- Intellectual property -- Computer reliability -- Intelligent machines -- Computers and business -- Computers and health -- Computers and education -- Computers and entertainment -- Computers and politics.
24 cm.Editors' note: Computing Curricula 2001 guidelines of IEEE-CS and the ACM -- Editors' introduction: Ethics in the information age -- What is computer ethics? Reason, relativity, and responsibility in computer ethics / James H. Moor -- Unique ethical problems in information technology / Walter Maner -- Ethical decision-making and case analysis in computer ethics / Terrell Ward Bynum -- Professional responsibility. Unintentional power in the design of computing systems / Chuck Huff -- Informatics and professional responsibility / Donald Gotterbarn -- The ethics of software development project management / Simon Rogerson -- Case to analyze: The London Ambulance case -- Codes of ethics. No, PAPA : why incomplete codes of ethics are worse than none at all / N. Ben Fairweather -- On licensing computer professionals / Donald Gotterbarn -- Case to analyze: The Chemco case -- Appendix: Example codes of ethics. The Software Engineering Code of Ethics and Professional Practice -- The Association for Computing Machinery Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct -- The Australian Computer Society Code of Ethics -- The British Computer Society Code of Ethics -- The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Code of Ethics -- The Institute for the Management of Information Systems Code of Ethics -- Sample topics in computer ethics. Computer security. Computer security and human values / Peter G. Neumann -- Are compute hacker break-ins ethical? / Eugene H. Spafford -- Case to analyze: A flight of fancy at AeroWright -- Privacy and computing. Towards a theory of privacy in the information age / James H. Moor -- Data protection in a changing world / Elizabeth France -- Case to analyze: A small matter of privacy -- Computing and intellectual property. Proprietary rights in computer software : individual and policy issues / Deborah G. Johnson -- Why software should be free / Richard Stallman -- Case to analyze: Free-range property -- Global information ethics. The computer revolution and global ethics / Krystyna Gorniak-Kocikowska -- Giving offense on the internet / John Weckert -- Case to analyze: A clever idea.2002-153908edited by Terrell Ward Bynum and Simon Rogerson. More Records: Show record informationBook
(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
(ed) Reviewer: Carson, Thomas L. Cover Date: January 2004. 2001. Source Info: 14(1), 161-182. Journal Announcement: 38-4. Update Code: 20090226.
23 cm.Includes bibliographical references and index.Richard A. Spinello. More Records: Show record informationBook
26 cm.The dental profession and professional ethics -- Profession and professional obligation -- The question of professional ethics -- The relationship between patient and professional -- The central values of dental practice -- Ethical decision making and conflicting obligations -- Ethical issues in the dental practice -- Patients with compromised capacity -- Education and cooperation -- Bad outcomes and bad work -- Working together -- HIV and AIDS in patients and dentists -- Confidentiality and patient records -- Social justice and access to dental care -- Third-party players and managed care -- Dentistry as a business -- The dental profession and the community.Includes bibliographical references (p. 317-330) and index.David T. Ozar and David J. Sokol. More Records: Show record informationBook
Reviewer: Tarlock, Dan. Cover Date: 2008. 2008. Source Info: 21(5), 499-501. Journal Announcement: 43-1. Update Code: 20100311.
Title from PDF t.p. (Morgan & Claypool, viewed Apr. 5, 2010)./ Includes bibliographical references and index.Other format available: Print version:; Engineering and Sustainable Community Development.; Morgan & Claypool 2009LC: TA157Juan Lucena, Jen Schneider, and Jon A. Leydens. More Records: Show record informationDocument (dct); Internet resource (url)
(& others)Reviewer: Spier, Raymond. Cover Date: October 1997. 1997. Source Info: 3(4), 499-500. Journal Announcement: 32-1. Update Code: 20090226.
86002956(OCoLC)ocm13271219(UICdb)530951edited by James H. Schaub and Karl Pavlovic ; with M.D. Morris.26 cm.Reprint. Originally published: New York : Wiley, 1983.Includes bibliographies.
5th ed.ill. ; 24 cm.Table of contents onlyhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0610/00027882-t.htmlIncludes bibliographical references and index.National bibliography no: GBA0-V5157John D. Kemper, Billy R. Sanders. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource Date of Entry: 20000228