“Food for thought: You are what you eat . . . and do”. Indiana University School of Journalism , 1990.
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“An oily gift horse : saying "No!" to Exxon”. Indiana University School of Journalism , 1989.,
“Agreeing to disagree: How one newspaper handles off-hour activities”. Indiana University School of Journalism , 1989.,
“Student Loan”. Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, 2014.,
“Rules aren't neat on Crack Street: Journalists know the rules; they also know that the rules don't always apply when confronted with life-threatening situations.”. Indiana University School of Journalism , 1990.,
“Freedom of political expression: Do journalists forfeit their right?”. Indiana University School of Journalism , 1989.,
“The Officer Cain Case”. TeachRCR, 2001.,
“When is a Contribution a Bribe? ”. Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, Santa Clara University , 2011.,
“Challenger: the anatomy of a flawed decision”, Technology in Society, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 161-183, 1993.,
“Education for Integrity : Teaching on Anti-Corruption Values and the Rule of Law”. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development , 2018.,
“Ethical Dilemmas Faced by Honest Public Officials”, Perspectives on the Professions, 1988. [Online]. Available: http://ethics.iit.edu/perspective/v7n2%20perspective.pdf.,