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2003071043(OCoLC)ocm54029368X1-291542Mike W. Martin, Roland Schinzinger.ill. ; 23 cm.Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
(OCoLC)ocm37155177(BRAdb)331165Caroline Whitbeck.24 cm.Includes bibliographical references (p. 313-323) and index.
2007009644101301193James M. DuBois.24 cm.Includes bibliographical references and index.Research ethics and regulatory compliance : competing or complementary approaches? -- An ethical framework for research -- Solving ethical problems : analyzing ethics cases and justifying decisions -- Informed consent -- Decision-making capacity and the involvement of surrogates -- Thinking about harms and benefits -- Justice in recruitment and research -- Research questions and study design -- Protecting privacy and confidentiality -- Identifying and managing conflicts of interest.
2nd ed.ill. ; 26 cm.On being an ethical psychologist -- Enforcement of ethical conduct -- Knowing thyself: competence and credentials -- Ethical obligations in psychotherapy -- Ethics in psychotherapy: techniques -- Privacy, confidentiality, and record keeping -- Psychological assessment: testing tribulations -- Multiple role relationships and conflicts of interest -- Attraction, romance, and sexual intimacies -- Money matters and managed care -- Psychologists in the marketplace -- Presenting psychology to the public -- Relationships with colleagues, supervisees, and employees -- Ethical dilemmas in specific work settings: juggling porcupines -- Psychologists in the legal system: tort and retort -- Psychologists as teachers: classroom conundrums -- Scholarly publication and research ethics -- Appendix A: Ethical principles of psychologists and code of conduct -- Appendix B: Rules and procedures.Table of contents onlyhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0603/97028322-t.htmlContributor biographical informationhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0726/97028322-b.htmlRev. ed. of: Ethics in psychology / Patricia Keith-Spiegel, Gerald P. Koocher. 1st ed. c1985./ Includes bibliographical references and index.National bibliography no: GB98-42858Gerald P. Koocher, Patricia Keith-Spiegel. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource Date of Entry: 19970626
96146682Robert F. Ladenson.ill. ; 28 cm.Includes bibliographical references and index.
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
Momeyer, Richard W. 1; Email Address: email@example.com; Affiliation: 1: Department of Philosophy, Miami University, Oxford, OH; Source Info: Mar2008, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p92; Subject Term: BOOKS -- Reviews; Subject Term: ETHICS; Subject Term: NONFICTION; Reviews & Products: ETHICS in the First Person: A Guide to Teaching & Learning Practical Ethics (Book); People: ELLIOT, Deni; Number of Pages: 3p; Document Type: Book Review
2006296043(OCoLC)ocm62475346GBA6014300133485169780521840118 (hbk.)9780521549424 (pbk.)edited by Chris Scarre and Geoffrey Scarre.24 cm.Includes bibliographical references (p. 273-305) and index.Cultures and the ownership of archaeological finds / James O. Young -- Who guards the guardians? / Oliver Leaman -- Is culture a commodity? / Robert Layton and Gillian Wallace -- Moral arguments on subsistence digging / Julie Hollowell -- Human subjects review and archaeology : a view from Indian country / Jeffrey C. Bendremer and Kenneth A. Richman -- Trust and archaeological practice : towards a framework of virtue ethics / Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh and T.J. Ferguson -- Truthfulness and 'inclusion' in archaeology / David E. Cooper -- Ethics and native American reburials : a philosopher's view of two decades of NAGPRA / Douglas P. Lackey -- Stewardship gone astray? Ethics and the SAA / Leo Groarke and Gary Warrick -- Can archaeology harm the dead? / Geoffrey Scarre -- Archaeological ethics and the people of the past / Sarah Tarlow -- A plea for responsibility towards the common heritage of mankind / Sandra M. Dingli -- The ethics of the World Heritage concept / Atle Omland -- What value a unicorn's horn? A study of archaeological uniqueness and value / Robin Coningham, Rachel Cooper and Mark Pollard.
24 cm.Ethics and the information revolution -- Marketing, privacy, and the protection of personal information -- Employees and communication privacy -- New, intellectual, and other property -- Ethical issues in information technology business and e-business -- Ethical issues on the Internet -- Information technology and society: business, the digital divide, and the changing nature of work.Includes bibliographical references and index.National bibliography no: GBA4-27257Richard T. De George. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource Date of Entry: 20020412
edited by Harold Y. Vanderpool.24 cm.Includes bibliographical references and index.Introduction and overview : ethics, historical case studies, and the research enterprise / Harold Y. Vanderpool -- From Nuremberg through the 1990s : the priority of autonomy / Robert M. Veatch -- The weight and weighing of ethical principles / Albert R. Jonsen -- Choosing between Nuremberg and the National Commission : the balancing of moral principles in clinical research / Terrence F. Ackerman -- Changing views of justice after Belmont : AIDS and the inclusion of "vulnerable" subjects / Carol Levine -- Challenges to IRBs in the coming decades / Charles R. McCarthy -- The promise and perils of public bioethics / John C. Fletcher and Franklin G. Miller -- Financial issues and incentives related to clinical research and innovative therapies / Stuart E. Lind -- Physicians' conflicts of interest in post-marketing research : what the public should know, and why industry should tell them / John La Puma -- International codes and guidelines for research ethics : a critical appraisal / Robert J. Levine -- The distinction between ethical pluralism and ethical relativism : implications for the conduct of transcultural clinical research / Nicolas A. Christakis -- Medical research and the principle of respect for persons in non-Western cultures / Carel B. IJsselmuiden and Ruth R. Faden -- The ethical analysis of clinical trials : new lessons for and from cancer research / Benjamin Freedman -- Ethical issues in pediatric research / William G. Bartholome -- Fetal and embryo research : a changing scientific, political, and ethical landscape / Constance M. Pechura -- Respecting human subjects in genome research : a preliminary policy agenda / Eric T. Juengst -- Appendix A. The Nuremburg [i.e. Nuremberg] code -- Appendix B. Declaration of Helsinki / World Medical Association -- Appendix C. The Belmont report : ethical principles and guidelines for the protection of human subjects of research / The National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research -- Appendix D. Code of federal regulations, Title 45 : Public welfare, pt. 46 : Protection of human subjects, subpart A : Federal policy for the protection of human subjects (Basic DHHS policy for protection of human research subjects) -- Appendix E. NIH guidelines on the inclusion of women and minorities as subjects in clinical research -- Appendix F. International ethical guidelines for biomedical research involving human subjects / The Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences (CIOMS) in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO).
(OCoLC)ocm30509920Kristin Shrader-Frechette.24 cm.Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-228) and indexes.
(OCoLC)ocm08345217edited by Joan E. Sieber.24 cm.Includes bibliographies and indexes. Surveys and experiments-- Fieldwork, regulation, and publication.
23 cm.Raymond S. Pfeiffer, Ralph P. Forsberg. More Records: Show record informationBook
80024002 (OCoLC)ocm06602806 (BENdb)16253 GB81-2410 edited by Daniel Callahan and Sissela Bok. 24 cm. Bibliography: p. 303-311. Includes index. Introduction / Daniel Callahan and Sissela Bok – The teaching of ethics in the American undergraduate curriculum, 1876-1976 / Douglas Sloan – Part I. General issues in the teaching of ethics – Goals in the teaching of ethics / Daniel Callahan – Problems in the teaching of ethics : pluralism and indoctrination / Ruth Macklin – What does moral psychology have to say to the teacher of ethics? / Thomas Kickona – Evaluation and the teaching of ethics / Arthur L. Caplan – Part II. The teaching of ethics in the undergraduate and professional school curriculum – The teaching of ethics in American higher education : an empirical synopsis / Hastings Center Staff – The teaching of undergraduate ethics / Bernard Rosen – The teaching of ethics in undergraduate nonethics courses / Susan Resneck Parr – Professional ethics : setting, terrain, and teacher / William F. May – Part III. Topics in the teaching of ethics – Paternalism in medicine, law, and public policy / Dennis F. Thompson – Whistleblowing and professional responsibilities / Sissela Bok – Part IV. Summary recommedations on the teaching of ethics – Hastings Centre Project on the teaching of ethics : summary recommendations. Hastings Center series in ethics.
ill. ; 24 cm.Beginnings -- Tools in history -- The prehominid era -- Making stone tools -- Tools have downsides -- Humans turn to fire -- One tool leads to another: the birth of language -- A view as to how language might have begun -- Tools at the dawn of history -- Putting it in writing -- Money and metals -- Humans acquire power -- Tools and intentionality -- What is/are ethics? -- Ethics: the word -- Ethics as hypotheses or "best guesses" (absolute and relative ethics) -- Ethics as the set point in a control system modulating human behavior -- Ethics and values -- Ethics in history -- Ethics in practice: normative and metaethics -- Toward a well-founded metaethics -- The issue of determinism and free will -- What about responsibility? -- The "is-ought" question -- Descriptive ethics -- Ethical systems -- Ethical systems compared -- Resolving ethical conflicts -- Teaching and learning ethics -- The early years -- Growing up -- Influential bodies -- Ethics and science and engineering courses at the tertiary level of education -- Ethics experts? -- Engineers as toolmakers and users -- Defining an engineer -- The fourfold way -- The need to use and acquire knowledge -- Achieving the practical -- Being a genius -- The ethics component -- The process of doing science can cause ethical concerns -- Fabrication and falsification of data -- Plagiarism -- Data selection, manipulation, and management -- Conflict of interest -- Authorship issues -- Mentoring issues -- Peer review: misconduct/theft -- Safety issues.Includes bibliographical references and index.by Raymond E. Spier. More Records: Show record informationBook
2002011064Anita Guerrini.ill. ; 23 cm.Includes bibliographical references (p. -160) and index.
25 cm.1. Introduction: The Centrality of Norms to Academic Work -- 2. Design for the Studies -- 3. Inviolable Norms -- 4. Admonitory Norms -- 5. Institutional Type and Norm Espousal -- 6. Academic Disciplines and Norm Espousal -- 7. Individual Faculty Characteristics and Norm Espousal -- 8. The Social Control of Teaching Misconduct -- 9. Prior Formalized Teaching Prescriptions and Proscriptions -- 10. Conclusions and Implications for Theory, Research, Policy, and Practice -- App. A. College Teaching Behaviors Inventory -- App. B. Response Bias Analysis -- App. C. Means and Standard Deviations for Behaviors Included in the College Teaching Behaviors Inventory (CTBI) -- App. D. Zero-Order Intercorrelation Matrix among Independent Variables.Publisher descriptionhttp://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/description/jhu052/99011238.htmlIncludes bibliographical references (p. 213-222) and index.John M. Braxton and Alan E. Bayer. More Records: Show record informationBook
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
2002021906Frederik A. Kaufman.24 cm.Includes bibliographical references and index.
ill. ; 27 cm.Includes bibliographical references (p. 277-302) and indexes.Karen Strohm Kitchener. More Records: Show record informationBook