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Fragility, Stability, and Our Ideals Regarding the Well-Being of Others: Reflections on Fukushima Daiichi

K. Shockley, Fragility, Stability, and Our Ideals Regarding the Well-Being of Others: Reflections on Fukushima Daiichi, Ethics, Policy & Environment: A Journal of Philosophy and Geography, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 291-295, 2011.

Earthquake Building Overseas: Military Engineers, Cyclonic-Seismic Affinity and the Spanish Dominion in the Philippines, 1860–1898

Professional practices/ethics: The case of the three engineers vs. BART: The outcome of a suit brought by three Bay Area Rapid Transit exemployees may set a historic precedent in the public interest

Strengths and Weaknesses of Safety Practices to Improve Safety Performance in Construction Projects in Pakistan

R. M. Choudhry and Zahoor, H., Strengths and Weaknesses of Safety Practices to Improve Safety Performance in Construction Projects in Pakistan, Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice, vol. 142, no. 4, p. 04016011, 2016.

A historico-ethical perspective on engineering education: from use and convenience to policy engagement

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