Developing and Using Cases to Teach Practical Ethics

TitleDeveloping and Using Cases to Teach Practical Ethics
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1997
AuthorsDavis, M
JournalTeaching Philosophy
Volume20
Pagination353-385
Publication Languageeng
AbstractMuch has been written about "the case method", but most of it is about the teaching of law or business. Little has been written about teaching practical ethics–and most of that is rather theoretical–not about how to develop an ethics case, how to use one in class, or how to write or grade homework involving such a case will find only a few scattered remarks. The instructor who would like to use a few ethics cases in a course to which "the case method" is foreign will find almost nothing. This paper fills that gap in the literature.
NotesCover Date: December 1997.Source Info: 20(4), 353-385. Language: English. Journal Announcement: 32-2. Subject: APPLIED ETHICS; CASE STUDY; EDUCATION; ETHICS; TEACHING. Update Code: 20090226.
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