Teaching Ethics Through an Interactive Multidiscipline Communication Ethics Development Activity

TitleTeaching Ethics Through an Interactive Multidiscipline Communication Ethics Development Activity
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsFredricks, S
Corporate AuthorsSociety for Ethics Across the Curriculum
JournalTeaching Ethics
Volume18
Issue2
Pagination149-159
Date PublishedJan-01-2018
AbstractThe purpose of this paper is to outline an ethics development activity that uses scenarios in university classes to further the knowledge, engagement, and enhancement of the ethical actions of the students. By starting with a brief review of the objective and use of scenarios in ethics research, the paper progresses to explain the activity, debrief the activity, and finally to provide an analysis of the activity with examples. Included in this activity are ways to incorporate a discussion of Kant’s Categorical Imperative Theories, NCA Credo of Ethical Communication (or any professional codes of ethics), and the use of videos for Milgram’s Blind Obedience and Stanford’s Prison studies—thus making this activity useful across all disciplines.
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DOI10.5840/tej201910866

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