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Research ethics : fifteen cases and commentaries
|Title||Research ethics : fifteen cases and commentaries|
|Year of Publication||2002|
|Pagination||Vol. 1-v. 6.; v. ; 28 cm.|
|Publisher||Association for Practical and Professional Ethics|
|Place Published||Bloomington, Ind.|
|Call Number||LC: Q180.55.M67 More Records: Show record information|
|Keywords||BIOLOGY , Case Study Method , CHEMISTRY , ethical , PHYSICS , PSYCHOLOGY , research , responsible conduct of research , SCIENCE , SCIENTISTS , SOCIAL sciences|
From 1997-2002, the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics invited groups of graduate students in the sciences and social sciences to jointly write a series of case studies highlighting key ethical issues in the area of research ethics. Each case study in this collection includes commentary written by a philosopher, and the cases are all individually indexed in the Ethics Education Library. You can also browse through the cases in the Online Ethics Center by visiting the link below.
Association for Practical and Professional Ethics. ; National Science Foundation (U.S.) ; Indiana University, Bloomington.; Research and the University Graduate School. ; Poynter Center.AnnualVol. 2-v. 6 have subtitle: Cases and commentaries./ Prepared under National Science Foundation grants SBR 9421897 and SES-9817880./ Editor: Brian Schrag./ Sponsored by the National Science Foundation; the Office of Research and the University Graduate School, Indiana University; the Poynter Center for the Study of Ethics and American Institutions; and the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics.
|Short Title||Research ethics : fifteen cases and commentaries|