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95038926Jane Rissler and Margaret Mellon.ill., maps ; 24 cm.Includes bibliographical references (p. -159) and index.
Reviewer: Tarlock, Dan. Cover Date: 2008. 2008. Source Info: 21(5), 499-501. Journal Announcement: 43-1. Update Code: 20100311.
[electronic resource] / Marian Quigley, editor.Includes bibliographical references and index.Original: xvii, 661 p. : ill.Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mi : Gale. Available via World Wide Web.Mode of access: Internet.Connect to resourceRoosevelt University
Includes bibliographical references and index.Access restricted to subscribing institutions.LC: Q175.35; Dewey: 503; NLM: Q 175.35edited by Carl Mitcham. More Records: Show record informationDocument (dct); Internet resource (url)
William J. Lux.ill. ; 24 cm.Includes index.
97038063(OCoLC)ocm37594837(IITdb)488263GB98-55607edited by John R. Wilcox, Louis Theodore.Environmental ethics25 cm.Includes bibliographical references and index.pt. 1. Environmental ethics -- ch. 1. Air, solid waste, and water pollution -- ch. 2. Domestic applications -- ch. 3. Health, safety, and accident prevention -- pt. 2. Engineering ethics -- ch. 4. Chemical engineering -- ch. 5. Civil engineering -- ch. 6. Electrical engineering -- ch. 7. Mechanical engineering.
Compilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2009 Elsevier Inc.20082511320905(e ,3e) processCritical thinkingEducation and trainingKnowledge setspublic concernsRoad mapsSocial changesSocial justiceUnited States
ill. ; 24 cm.Part I. Engineering and society -- Part II. Engineering decisions in the 21st century -- Part III. Engineering: windows on society.Includes bibliographical references (p. 312-324).Caroline Baillie, George Catalano. More Records: Show record informationBook
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)
2004062682(OCoLC)ocm57002580(IITdb)648081GBA579629013296754edited by Michael Davis.ill. ; 25 cm.Includes bibliographical references and index.
(OCoLC)ocm34548302Rosa Lynn B. Pinkus ... [et al.].ill. ; 24 cm.Includes bibliographical references (p. 353-372) and index.
(OCoLC)ocn226974925 (IITdb)750174 GBA861279 014601531 (OCoLC)226974925 Charles E. Harris, Michael S. Pritchard, Michael J. Rabins. ill. ; 24 cm. Previous ed.: 2005. Includes bibliographical references (p. 300-308) and index.
ill. ; 24 cm.Introduction -- Engineering ethics -- Models of the Earth -- Engineering in a morally deep world -- Engineering design in a morally deep world -- Implications for engineering education -- Final thoughts.Includes bibliographical references (p. 63-67)./ Also issued online.George D. Catalano. More Records: Show record informationBook
(& others)Reviewer: Spier, Raymond. Cover Date: October 1997. 1997. Source Info: 3(4), 499-500. Journal Announcement: 32-1. Update Code: 20090226.
Compilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2009 Elsevier Inc.20064710259856Engineering designEngineering ethicsHistorical perspective
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.
24 cm.2002-2893GMOs, Luddites, and concerned citizens /; Marc Lapp
2002035609Daniel A. Vallero ; with a contribution by J. Jeffrey Peirce.ill., map ; 24 cm.Includes bibliographical references and index.
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
97000083(OCoLC)ocm36241600(CSUdb)261943P. Aarne Vesilind, Alastair S. Gunn.24 cm.Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
ill., maps ; 24 cm.Includes bibliographical references (p. 69-72).George D. Catalano. More Records: Show record informationBook