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EAC Bibliography

These bibliographies contain books, journal articles, and links to other online resources on integrating ethics into undergraduate and graduate curriculum. In most cases, journal articles articles are divided by subject area such as engineering, journalism, and teaching ethics: methods.

We are always looking for new material to add to these bibliographies, so please email us if you have any recommendations.

  1. General Ethics Education Resources
  2. Biomedical Engineering
  3. Business, Management and Accounting
  4. Computer Science & Software Engineering
  5. Engineering
  6. Environment and Forestry
  7. Evaluation and Assessment of Ethics Instruction
  8. Healthcare & Medical Ethics
  9. Journalism
  10. Mentoring
  11. Military Ethics
  12. Nutrition
  13. Psychology
  14. Public Administration
  15. Science
  16. Social Work
  17. Teaching Ethics: Methods

General Resources available at CSEP Library

Books:

Davis, Michael. Ethics and the University. London; New York: Routledge, 1999.
CSEP.LB2324.D381999

Ethics Across the Curriculum - The Marquette Experience. Ed. Robert B. Ashmore & William C.Starr. Milwaukee: Marquette University Press, 1991.
CSEP.BJ66.E83 1991

Ethics Teaching in Higher Education. Eds. Daniel Callahan & Sissela Bok. New York : Plenum Press , 1980.
CSEP.BJ66.E84

Jennings, Bruce, James Lindermann Nelson and Erik Parens. Values on Campus : Ethics and Values Programs in the Undergraduate Curriculum. (Report). Briarcliff Manor , NY: The Hastings Center, 1994.
CSEP.LC331.J46x1994

Lynn, Laurence E., Jr. Teaching and Learning with Cases-A Guidebook. New York: Chatham House Publishers, 1999. LB1029.C37.L96 1999
CSEP.LB1029.C37L96 1999

Raritan Valley Community College and the New Jersey Center for Advanced Technology Education (NJCATE). Materials for Teaching Ethics Across the Curriculum: A Work-in-Progress. [Edison, NJ]: NJCATE, 1997.
CSEP.TA157.M38x1997

---. Teachable Moments: Practical Suggestions for Teaching Ethics Across the Curriculum. [North Branch, NJ]: Raritan Valley Community College, 1996.
CSEP. BJ66.T41x1996

Weston, Anthony. A 21st Century Ethical Tool Box Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.
CSEP.BJ1012.W447 2001

We also have the Hastings Center's 12-volume series, The Teaching of Ethics, which deals with ethics instruction in various subjects:

  1. The Teaching of Ethics in Higher Education (1980)
  2. Legal Ethics and Legal Education (1980)
  3. Teaching Ethics in Journalism Education (1980)
  4. Teaching Bioethics: Strategies, Problems, and Resources (1980)
  5. Ethics in the Education of Business Managers (1980)
  6. The Teaching of Ethics in the Social Sciences (1980)
  7. Ethics and the Engineering Curricula (1980)
  8. Ethical Dilemmas and the Education of Policymakers (1980)
  9. Ethics in the Undergraduate Curriculum (1980)
  10. Ethics in Criminal Justice Education (1982)
  11. The Teaching of Social Work Ethics (1982)
  12. The Teaching of Ethics in the Military (1982)

Journals (which have particular emphasis on teaching ethics):

Business and Professional Ethics Journal (Professional Ethics Center for Applied Philosophy), Vol. 9, #1 & 2 (Spr/Sum 1990)-
Business Ethics Quarterly (Society for Business Ethics), Vol. 1, #1 (January 1991)-
Journal of Mass Media Ethics, Vol. 1, #1 (Fall-Winter 1985-86)-
Professional Ethics (Professional Ethics Center for Applied Philosophy), Vol. 1, #1 & 2 (Spr/Sum1992)-
Science and Engineering Ethics, Vol. 1, #1 (January 1995)-
Teaching Ethics (Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum), Vol. 1, #1 (March 2001)-
Teaching Philosophy (Philosophy Documentation Center), Vol. 11, #1 (March 1988)-

Videos:

The following video series is a useful tool for teaching ethics to undergraduates. Each video lasts approximately 30 minutes. Audio-visual equipment is available on request for viewing.

Ethical Issues in Professional Life. Pittsburgh, Penn: Center for the Advancement of Applied Ethics, Carnegie Mellon University; Lincoln, NE : GPN [distributor], 1992. 14 videocassettes.

1) Introduction to Professional Ethics
2) Reasoning in Medical Ethics
3) Ethics in Engineering: the Case of the Challenger
4) Ethics and the Legal Profession
5) Government Ethics
6) Ethics and Media Professionals
7) Ethics and Business Professionals
8) Ethics and Social Science Professionals
9) Ethics and Scientific Research
10) Medical Ethics: The Neonatal Unit
11) Ethics and Accounting Professionals
12) Ethics and Financial Professionals
13) Ethics, the Environment, and Professionals
14) The Social Responsibilities of Professionals

Bibliography of EAC Materials by Professional Category

2) Biomedical Engineering

Dibrill, W. and E.A. Dobie. “Linking Biomedical Engineering Ethics Case Study Approach and Policy” Journal of Long Term Effects of Medical Implants. 17:1 (2007) 47-54.

Martin, Taylor. "Teaching for Adaptive Expertise in Biomedical Engineering Ethics." Science and Engineering Ethics. 11:2 (April 2005): 257-276.

Naurato, N. and T.J. Smith “Ethical Considerations in Bioengineering Research” Biomedical Sciences Instrumentation. 39 (2003) 573-8.

3) Business Management & Accounting

Berger, Jason and Cornelius B. Pratt. "Teaching Business Communication Ethics with Controversial Films". Journal of Business Ethics 17 (1998) : 1817-1823.

Block, Walter, and Paul F. Cwik. “Teaching Business Ethics: a “Classificationist” Approach.” Business Ethics: A European Review. 16:2 (April 2007) 98-106.

Brinkmann, Johannes. “Using Ibsen in Business Ethics. Journal of Business Ethics 84: Supplement 1 (January 2009) 11-24.

Brown, Kate M. "Using Role Play to Integrate Ethics into the Business Curriculum: A Financial Management Example." Journal of Business Ethics. 13(1994): 105-110.

Brown, Paula E. and Jean Mausehund. "Integrating Managerial Ethics into the Business Communication Curriculum." Business Communication Quarterly. 60:1(March 1997): 77-91.

Brytting, Tomas. "Moral Support Structures in Private Industry-The Swedish Case." Journal of Business Ethics. 16 (1997): 663-697.

Burton, Brian K , Craig P. Dunn, and Michael Goldsby. “Moral Pluralism in Business Education. It is About Time.” Journal of Management Education 30:1 (February 2006) 90-105.

Cagle, Julia A. B. “Case Studies of Ethics Scandals: Effects on Ethical Perceptions of Finance Students.” Journal of Business Ethics, 64:3 (March 2006) 213-229.

Corner, Debra R. and Gena Vega. “Unsavory Problems at Tasty’s: A Role-Play about Whistle-Blowing. Journal of Management Education 30:1 (February 2006) 251-269.

Davis, Michael. "Teaching Moral Responsibility Within Organizations: Are we Doing What We Should?" Business and Professional Ethics Journal, Vol 23, No. 3, Fall 2004,

Davis, Michael, "Who Can Teach Workplace Ethics?" Teaching Philosophy, Volume 13, Number 1, March 1990.

Dellaportas, Steven. “Making a Difference with a Discrete Course on Accounting Ethics. “ Journal of Business Ethics 65:4 (June 2006) 391-404.

Felton, Edward and Ronald R. Sims. "Teaching Business Ethics: Targeted Outputs." Journal of Business Ethics. 60:4 (Sept. 2005): 377-391.

Fischer, Charles C. "Strategic Linking of Ethics and Practical Experiences in the Economics Curriculum." The Journal of Economics. 24:2(1998): 63-75.

Gerde, Virginia W., Spencer R. Foster. “X-Men Ethics: Using Comic Books to Teach Business Ethics.” Journal of Business Ethics. 77:3 (February 2008) 245-258.

Gillespie, Janet. "Setting the Stage for Personal Change: Songs, Stories and Games." Research in Corporate Social Performance and Policy. Supplement 2 (1997): 273-287.

Goltz, Sonia M. and Amy B. Hietapelto. “Using Challenge Course Activities to Teach Organizational Ethics.” Journal of Management Education 30:1 (February 2006) 220-250.

Hartog, Mary and Philip Frame. “Business Ethics in the Curriculum: Integrating Ethics Through Work Experience.” Journal of Business Ethics 54:4 Part 1 (November 2004) 399-409.

Helps, Lynda. "Should we Teach Ethics in Accounting Education?" Management Accounting (June 1994) : 46.

House, Richard; AnnelieseWatt; and Julia M. Williams. "Teaching Enron: The Rhetoric and Ethics of Whistle-Blowing." IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication. 47.4 (December 2004) 244-255.

Jackson, Kevin T. “Breaking down the Barriers: Bringing Initiatives and Reality into Business Ethics Education.” Journal of Management Education 30:1 (February 2006) 65-89.

Klein, E. R. "The One Necessary Condition for a Successful Business Ethics Course: The Teacher Must Be a Philosopher." Business Ethics Quarterly. 8:3(1998): 561-574.

Knights, David, and Majella O’Leary. “Leadership, Ethics and Responsibility to the Other.” Journal of Business Ethics. 67:2 (August 2006) 125-137.

Koehn, Daryl. “Transforming Our Students: Teaching Business Ethics Post-Enron.” Business Ethics Quarterly. 15:1 (January 2005) 137-151.

Kolenko, Thomas A., Gayle Porter, Walt Wheatley and Marvelle Colby. "A Critique of Service Learning Projects in Management Education: Pedagogical Foundations, Barriers, and Guidelines." Journal of Business Ethics. 15 (1996): 133-142.

Kulshreshtha, Praveen. “Business Ethics versus Economic Incentives: Contemporary Issues and Dilemmas.” Journal of Business Ethics. 60:2 Part 2 (September 2005) 393-410.

Lampe, James C. and Don W. Finn. "Teaching Ethics in Accounting Curricula". Business & Professional Ethics Journal 13.1 & 2 (1994) : 89-128.

McDonald. Gael M. “ A Case Example: Integrating Ethics into the Academic Business Curriculum.” Journal of Business Ethics 54:4 Part 1 (November 2004) 371-384

McDonald, Gael M. and Gabriel D. Donleavy. "Objections to the Teaching of Business Ethics." Journal of Business Ethics. 14(1995): 839-853.

Mele, Domenec. “Integrating Ethics into Management.” Journal of Business Ethics. 78:3 291-297.

Mohagen, Roberta J. "Methods for Teaching Ethics Across the Business Curriculum." Business Education Forum. (October 1994):39-41.

Meisel, Steven I. And David S. Fearon. “’ Choosing the Future Wisely’: Supporting Better Ethics Through Critical Thinking.” Journal of Management Education. 30:1 (February 2006) 149-176.

Morbeg, Dennis J. “Best Intentions, Worst Results: Grounding Ethics Students in the Realities of Organizational Context.” Academy of Management Learning & Education5:3 (September 2006) 307-316.

Murphy, Patrick E. "Ethics in Advertising: Review,Analysis, and Suggestions". Journal of Public Policy & Marketing 17.2 (Fall 1998) : 316-319.

Murphy, Patrick E. “Observations on Teaching Marketing Ethics” Marketing Education Review 14:3 (Fall 2004) 15-21.

Neimark, Marilyn Kleinberg. "The Selling of Ethics: The Ethics of Business Meets the Business of Ethics." Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal. 8:3(1995) 81-96.

Rechner, Paula L. and Melissa S. Baucus. "Business Ethics As A Lifelong Journey: Developing Reflective Judgment, Self-Awareness and Empathy." Research in Corporate Social Performance and Policy. Supplement 2 (1997): 243-271.

Ruhe, John, and Monle Lee. “Teaching Ethics in International Business Courses: The Impact of Religions. Journal of Teaching in International Business. 19:4 (2008) 362-388.

Shannon, Richard J. and Robert L. Berl. "Are We Teaching Ethics in Marketing?: A Survey of Students' Attitudes and Perceptions". Journal of Business Ethics 16 (1997) : 1059-1075.

Simms, Ronald, and Edward Felton “Designing and Delivering Business Ethics Teaching and Learning.” Journal of Business Ethics 63:2 (February 2006) 297-312.

Silver, Lawrence S. and Valentine, Sean R. "College Students' Perceptions of Moral Intensity in Sales Situatuions." Journals of Education for Business 75.6 (July/August 2000): 309-14.

Small, Michael. “A Case for Including Business Ethics and Humanities in Management Programs. Journal of Business Ethics 64:2 (March 2006) 195-211.

Tan, Lin Mei and Frances Chua. "Integration of Ethics". Chartered Accountants Journal (September 1999) : 23-26.

Thomas, C. William. "An Inventory of Support Materials for Teaching Ethics in the Post-Enron Era." Issues in Accounting Education 19.1 (February 2004): 27-52.

Tomlinson, Edward C. “Teaching Interactionist Model of Ethics” Journal of Management Education. 33:2 (April 2009) 142-165.

Weber, James. “Implementing an Organizational Ethics Program in an Academic Environment: The Challenges and Opportunities for the Duquesne University Schools of Business.” Journal of Business Ethics. “ 65:1 (April 2006) 23-42.

Wittmer, Dennis P. “Business and Community: Integrating Service Learning in Graduate Business Education.” Journal of Business Ethics. 51:4 Part 1 (June 2004) 359-371.

Wolfe, Joseph and David J. Fritzsche. "Teaching Business Ethics with Management and Marketing Games." Simulation and Gaming. 29:1(March 1998): 44-59.

Woo, Carolyn Y. "Personally Responsible." BizEd 2.4 (May/Jun 2003): 22-7.

4) Computer Science & Software Engineering

Appel, Florence. “Ethic s Across the Computer Science Curriculum: Privacy Modules in an Introductory Database Course.” Science and Engineering Ethics 11:3 (December 2005) 635-644.

Appel, Florence. "Including the Social and Ethical Implications of Computing in the Computer Science Curriculum." Ethics and Social Impact, ACM Policy. (1998): 56-57.

Brown, Guy J. "Teaching Professional Ethics to Software Engineers." Projects in the Computing Curriculum, Proceedings of the Project 98 Workshop. (1998): 3-18.

Buerck, John P. “Ethics- A Curriculum Enhancement Initiative in Applied Computer Science Technology Degree Programs.” Teaching Business Ethics 6:2 (May 2002) 167-177.

Dick, Geoffrey. "Raising the Awareness of Ethics in IT Students: Further Development of the Teaching Model." Ethics in the Computer Age.(1994): 69-73.

Dahlbom, Bo and Lars Mathiassen. "The Future of Our Profession." Communications of ACM. 40:6 (June 1997): 80-90.

Epstein, Richard G. "The Use of Computer Ethics Scenarios in Software Engineering Education: The Case of the Killer Robot." Software Engineering Education, Seventh SEI Conference. 429-437.

Fisher, Theresia G. and Adel M. Abunawass. "Computer Ethics: A Capstone Course." Ethics in the Computer Age Conference Proceedings. (1994): 74-79.

Genova, Gonzalo, Rosario M Gonzalez, and Anabel Fraga. “Ethical Education in Software Engineering: Responsibility in the Production of Complex Systems.” Science and Engineering Ethics 13:4 (December 2007) 505-522.

Glagola, Charles. “Teaching Ethics in Engineering and Computer Science: A Panel Discussion.” Science and Engineering Ethics 3:4 (October 1997) 463-480.

Jewett, Tom. "A Cooperative Learning Approach to Teaching Social Issues of Computing." Computers and Quality of Life. (1996): 6-9.

Lidtke, Doris, Michael Israel, Gerald Engel, Ernst L. Leiss and Dietmar Watjen. "Professionalism and Social Issues in Informatics: An International, Collaborative Curriculum Development Project." 29th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference Proceedings. (1999): 11b8-10 to 11b8-13.

Martin, Dianne C. "From Awareness to Responsible Action (Part2): Developing a Curriculum with Progressive Integration of Ethics and Social Impact." SIGCSE Bulletin. 32:9(December 1999): 10-12.

Martin, Dianne C. and David H Martin. "Professional Codes of Conduct and Computer Ethics Education." Social Science Computer Review. 8 (Spring 1990) 1:12.

Martin, Dianne C. and Elaine Yale Weltz. "From Awareness to Action: Integrating Ethics and Social Responsibility into the Computer Science Curriculum." Computers and Society. (June 1999): 6-14.

McGarry, Kevin. "The Ethics of Information as a Curriculum Subject." Information. (1990): 305-310.

Pierce, Margaret Anne and Henry John W. "Computer Ethics and Social Issues: An Implementation Model." Computers and Quality of Life. (1996): 1-5.

Pulliam, Sylvia Clark. "A Social Implications of Computing Course which Teaches Computer Ethics." Ethics in the Computer Age Conference Proceedings. (1994): 80-84.

Quinn, Michael J. "On Teaching Computer Ethics within a Computer Science Department" Science and Engineering Ethics. (April 2006): 335-343.

Schulze, Kay G. and Frances S. Grodzinsky. "Teaching Ethical and Social Issues in CS1 and CS2." ACM. 1997: 6-9.

Sheratt, Don, Simon Rogerson, and N. Ben Fairweather. “The Challenge of Raising Ethical Awareness: A Case-Based Aiding System for Use by Computing and ICT Students.” Science and Engineering Ethics. 11:2 (June 2005) 299-315.

The authors describe the development of a tool designed to raise Computer Science and ICT students’ awareness of the social impact of information retrieval systems.

Smolarski, Dennis C. and Tamsen Whitehead. “Ethics in the Classroom: A Reflection on Integrating Ethical Discussions in an Introductory Course In Computer Programming.” Science and Engineering Ethics 6:2 (April 2000) 254-264.

Staehr, Lorraine J. and Byrne, Graeme. "Using the Defining Issues Test for Evaluating Computer Ethics Teaching." IEEE Transactions on Education. 46:2 (May 2003): 229-234.

Streib, James T. "Seminar in Computer Ethics: A One-Semester Hour Course." Computers and Quality of Life. (1996): 15-18.

Waldo, Roth R. "A Comparison of Recent Textbooks for Teaching Computer Ethics to Undergraduates." Computers and Quality of Life. (1996): 10-14.

Weltz, Elaine Yale. "A Staged Progression for Integrating Ethics and Social Impact." Computers and Society. (March 1998): 30-34.

5) Engineering

Acevedo, Jorge, Ricardo Barros, Catalina Ramirez and Natalia Realpe. “Engineers and Their Role in Public Policy: an Active Learning Experience for Enhancing the Understanding of the State.” European Journal of Engineering Education 34:2 (May 2009 171-182.

Abdullah, Haldun. "Environmental Topics in Engineering Education." Proceedings of 7th Mediterranean Electrotechnical Conference. (1994): 1004-1007.

Billington, David P. "Teching Ethics in Engineering Education through Historical Analysis." Science & Engineering Ethics. 12.2 (April 2006): 203-222.

Bouville, Mathieu. “On Using Ethical Theories to Teach Engineering Ethics” Science and Engineering Ethics 14:1 (March 2008) 111-120.
The author discusses some of the problems that arise in using ethical theories to teach engineering ethics, and recommends one strategy of getting around some of these difficulties by first stating where various theories disagree, and using this to allow students to frame ethical problems in terms of motive-consequence or society-individual rather than in terms of Kant-utilitarian.

Cruz, Jose A. and William J. Fry."An Effective Strategy for Integrating Ethics Across the Curriculum in Engineering: An ABET 2000 Challenge." Science & Engineering Ethics. 9.4 (October 2003): 543-568.

Cummings, M.L. “Integrating Ethics Design through Value-Sensitive Design Approach.” Science and Engineering Ethics. 12:4 (October 2006) 701-715.
The author presents a methodology developed in human-computer interaction research, value-sensitive design approach, as a tool that can help bridge the gap between design and ethics for a large number of engineering disciplines. The author uses a case study that focuses on the development of a command and control supervisory interface for a military cruise missile to show how this approach helps introduce students see the connections that exist between technical design considerations and ethical concerns expressed through human values.

Dahlbom, Bo and Mathiassen Lars. "The Future of Our Profession." Communications of the ACM. 40.6 (June 1997): 80-89.

D’Anjou, Phillippe. ‘Theoretical and Methodological Elements for Integrating Ethic as a Foundation into the Education of Professional and Design Disciplines.” Science and Engineering Ethics 10:2 (April 2004) 211-218.

Davis, Michael. “Integrating Ethics into Technical Courses: Micro-Insertion” Science and Engineering Ethics. 12:4 (October 2006) 717-730.

This article describes a technique by which ethics can be included in technical courses without having give up time spent on technical materials. This approach allows for ethics to be integrated into material already being taught in a way that requires no major changes to the course, and that helps students appreciate how ethical questions are embedded in the everyday issues faced by practicing engineers.

Davis. Michael. “Engineering Ethics, Individuals, and Organizations” Engineering Ethics 12:2 (2006) 223-231.

In this article, Davis discusses a family of criticism that exists focusing how too much attention has been paid the decisions of individuals in the realm of teaching engineering ethics, and not enough attention to the social context in which engineering is practiced.

Delatte Jr., Norbert J. "Failure Case Studies and Ethics in Engineering Mechanics Courses." Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice. (July 1997): 111-116.

Downey, Gary Lee, Juan C. Lucena, and Carl Mitcham. “Engineering Ethics and Identity: Emerging Initiatives in Comparative Perspective. Science and Engineering Ethics. 13:4 (December 2007) 463-487.
This article examines the historical differences in how engineers in France, Germany and Japan view the relationship between the identity of the engineer and the responsibilities of engineering work, and the implications it has had in the attention paid by professional societies to engineering ethics, and ethics education in each country.

Elder, Keith E. "Ethics Education in the Consulting Engineering Environment: Where Do We Start?." Science & Engineering Ethics. 10.2 (April 2004): 325-336.

Fleischmann, Shirley T. "Integrating an Environmental Ethic into Undergraduate Engineering Education II, A Case Study at Grand Valley State University." Proceedings: Frontiers in Education. (November 1994): 697-701.

Guralnick, Sidney A. "Whither Education in Structural Engineering?." Concrete International. (December 1998): 45-48.

Harris, Charles E. “The Good Engineer: Giving Virtue its Due in Engineering Ethics” Science and Engineering Ethics 14:2 (June 2008) 153-164.
In the past, engineering ethics has been oriented towards protecting the public from professional misconduct. This “preventative ethics” have failed to express some aspects of engineering professionalism, such as respect for nature, sensitivity to risk, and commitment to the public good. The author suggests that virtue ethics is a more approprate way for expressing these aspects of engineering professionalism.

Haws, David R. “The Importance of Meta-Ethics in Engineering Education” Science and Engineering Ethics 10:2 (April 2004) 204-210.

Herket, Joseph R. "Engineering ethics education in the USA: content, pedagogy and curriculum." European Journal of Engineering Education. 25.4 (December 2000): 303-313.

Herkert, Joseph. R. "Ways of Thinking about and Teaching Ethical Problem Solving: Microethics and Macroethics in Engineering." Science & Engineering Ethics. 11:3 (July 2005): 373-385.

Kaplan, Stephen. “Yoga and the Battlefield of Ethics: Highlighting an Infusion Model for Ethics Education. Science and Engineering Ethics 12:2 (January 2006) 391-398.
The author compares the infusion model of ethics education for engineering students to four other traditional approaches used to teach engineering ethics, and shows how this model provides an opportunity for students to reflect upon foundational ethical positions emanating from world religions. This approach can help them to not only ask what professional code applies in a given situation, but also reflect upon the nature of character needed to follow that ethical code.

Koehn, Enno. "An Ethics and Professionalism Seminar in the Civil Engineering Curriculum." Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering. 117.2 (April 1991): 96-101.

Latcha, Michael and William Jordan. "To Ship or not to Ship: An Engineering Ethics Case Study." IEEE, Proceedings of Frontiers in Education FIE'96. (November 1996):1159-1163.

Lozano, J. Felix and Guillermo Palau-Salvador and Vicent Gonzalez and Alejandra Boni. "The Use of Moral Dilemmas for Teaching Agricultural Engineers " Science & Engineering Ethics. 12.2 (April 2006): 327-334.

Lloyd, Peter and Ibo Van de Poel. “Designing Games to Teach Ethics” Science and Engineering Ethics 14:3 (September 2008) 433-447.
Arguing for the need to teach a “practical” understanding of ethical issues in engineering education along with the usual theoretical or hypothetical approaches, the authors show how this practical approach can be achieved by using a collaborative game design. In a course taught at TU Delft, the authors added an ethics compnant to the pre-existing design game Delta Design.

Lynch, William and Kline Ronald. "Engineering Practice and Engineering Ethics." Science, Technology and Human Values. 25.2 (Spring 2000): 195-225.

Magun-Jackson, Susan. "A Psychological Model that Integrates Ethics in Engineering Education." Science & Engineering Ethics 10.2 (April 2004): 219-224.

McCuen, Richard H. "Guidance for Engineering-Design-Class Lectures on Ethics." Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering. 116:3. (July 1990): 251-257.

McLean, G. F. "Integrating Ethics and Design." IEEE Technology and Society Magazine. 12: 3 (Fall 1993): 19-30.

Moore, Christy, Hilary Hart, D’Arcy Randall, and Steven P. Nichols. “PRiME: Integrating Professional Responsibility into the Engineering Curriculum.” Science and Engineering Ethics 12:2 (April 2006) 273-289.

Pantazidou, Marina and Indira Nair. "Ethic of Care: Guiding Principles for Engineering Teaching and Practice." Journal of Engineering Education. (April 1999): 205-212.

Passino, Kevin M. "Teaching Professional and Ethical Aspects of Electrical Engineering to a Large Class." IEEE Transactions on Education. 41: 4 (November 1998): 273-281.

Prince, Robert H. "Teaching Engineering Ethics using Role-Playing in a Culturally Diverse Student Group." Science & Engineering Ethics 12:2 (April 2006) 321-326.

Riley, Kathryn, Michael Davis, Apryl Cox, & James Maciukenas. "Ethics in the Details": Communicating Engineering Ethics via Micro-Insertion" IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 52:1 (March 2009) 95-108.

Rowden, Katherine, and Bradley Striebig. “Incorporating Environmental Ethics into the Undergraduate Engineering Curriculum.” Science and Engineering Ethics 10:2 (April 2004) 417-422.

Scheurwater, G. J., and S.J. Doorman. "Introducing Ethics and Engineering: The Case of Delft University of Technology." Science and Engineering Ethics. 7.2 (April 2001): 261-266.

Simonson, Larry. "Introducing Ethics across the Curriculum at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology" Science & Engineering Ethics. 11.4 (October 2005): 655-658.

Son, Wha-Chul. “Philosophy of Technology and Macro-Ethics in Engineering” Science and Engineering Ethics.14:3 (September 2008) 405-415.

Steneck, Nicholas H. "Designing Teaching and Assessment Tools for an Integrated Engineering Ethics Curriculum." Proceedings of the 29th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference. (1999): 12d6-11, 12d6-17.

Tillman, Robert. "Professional Ethical Orientation of Civil Engineering Co-op Students." Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering.116.2 (April 1990): 175-187.

Van de Poel, I. R., H. Zandvoort, and M. Brumsen. "Ethics and Engineering Courses at Delft University of Technology: Contents, Educational Setup and Experiences." Science and Engineering Ethics. 7.2 (April 2001): 267-282.

Van der Burg, Simone and Ibo Van de Poel. “Teaching Ethics and Technology with “Agora” an Electronic Tool.” Science and Engineering Ethics 11:2 (April 2005) 277-297.

Describes a web-based computer program on ethics education and technology. The resulting computer program, “Agora” was developed jointly by three Netherlands universities The program provides students a systematic and rational guide with which to analyze cases, offers students the possibility to distinguish different lines of thought that belong to different ethical theories, and also asks students to give their own view and think critically about the possible differences between their view and the result of an application of a rational method.

Wujek, Joseph H. "On Teaching Engineering Ethics and More." IEEE Technology and Society Magazine. 18:1 (Spring 1999): 41-42.

Zandvoort, H., G.J. Van Hasselt, and J.A. B.A.F. Bonnet. “ A Joint Venture for Teaching Required Courses in “Ethics and Engineering” to Engineering Students.” European Journal of Engineering Education 33”2 (May 2008) 187-195.

6) Environment and Forestry

Coufal, James E. and Charles M. Spuches. "Ethics in the Forest." Journal of Forestry. (September 1995): 30-34.

Force, J.E. Forestry Education After Denver: "Where Do We Go from here to Teach Ethics in a Forestry Curriculum?." Education and Communication Working Group Session. (1992): 459-460.

7) Evaluation of Ethics Teaching

Bebeau, Muriel J. “The Defining Issues Test and Four Component Model: Contributions to Professional Education.” Journal of Moral Education. 31:3 (September 2002) 271-295.

Brock, Meagan E., Andrew Vert, Vykinta Kligyte, et al. “Mental Models: An Alternative Evaluation of a Sensemaking Approach to Ethics Instruction.” Science and Engineering Ethics. 14:3 (September 2008) 449-472.

This paper assesses a novel responsible conduct of research curriculum developed at the University of Oklahoma that focuses on metacognitive reasoning strategies that professionals use when making sense of professional issues that have ethical implications for science. To find out the overall effectiveness of the sensemaking approach, the authors also studied mental models of field experts, faculty, and graduate students who were both trained and untrained in sensemaking. The study found that sensemaking training has the potential to lead in a shift in mental model structure and introduces a new way for research to think about the novel, highly complex, and ambiguous ethical situations that research professionals often face in their daily lives.

Brown, Sarah and Michael W. Kalichman. “Effects of Training in the Responsible Conduct of Research: A Survey of Graduate Students in Experimental Sciences.” Science and Engineering Ethics. 4:4 (October 1998) 487-498.

Carlson, Patricia J. and Frances Burke. "Lessons Learned from Ethics in the Classroom: Exploring Student Growth in Flexibility, Complexity and Comprehension." Journal of Business Ethics. 17 (1998): 1179-1187.

Campbell, Alastair V., Jacqueline Chin, and Teck-Chuan Voo. “How Can We Know that Ethics Education Produces Ethical Doctors? Medical Teacher 29:5 (June 2007) 431-436.

After discussing some of the goals of medical ethics instruction and some methods of teaching aimed at achieving this specific outcomes, the authors look at ways of improving instruction in the future through the development of clearly defined outcomes and valid assessment methods.

Clancy, Edward A, Paula Quinn, and Judith E. Miller. “Assessment of a Case Study Laboratory to Increase Awareness of Ethical Issues in Engineering.” IEEE Transactions on Education. 48:2 (May 2005) 313-17.

This article discusses the assessment of a three-hour “laboratory period,” during which students read and discussed three short cases on engineering ethics. The assessment included focus groups and surveys, and while in focus groups students agreed that this activity enhanced their awareness of ethical issues, the survey results, however, were equivocal.

Dienhart, John. “Rationality, Ethical Codes, and an Egalitarian Justification of Ethical Expertise: Implications for Professions and Organizations. Business Ethics Quarterly. 5:3 (1995) 419-450.

Feldhaus, Charles. R. Robert M. Wolter, Stephen P. Hundley, and Tim Diemer. “A Single Insturment: Engineering and Engineering Technology Students Demonstrating Competence in Ethics and Professional Standards. Science and Engineering Ethics 12:3 (June 2006) 291-311.

This paper details efforts by the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) to create a single instrument for honors science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) students wishing to demonstrate competence in the IUPUI Principles of Undergraduate Learning (PUL’s) and Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) Engineering Accreditation Criterion (EAC) and Technology Accreditation Criterion (TAC) 2, a through k. Honors courses in Human Behavior, Ethical Decision-Making, Applied Leadership, International Issues and Leadership Theories and Processes were created along with a specific menu of activities and an assessment rubric based on PUL’s and ABET criteria to evaluate student performance in the aforementioned courses. Students who complete the series of 18 Honors Credit hours are eligible for an Honors Certificate in Leadership Studies from the Department of Organizational Leadership and Supervision. Finally, an accounting of how various university assessment criteria, in this case the IUPUI Principles of Undergraduate Learning, can be linked to ABET outcomes and prove student competence in both, using the aforementioned courses, menu of items, and assessment rubrics; these will be analyzed and discussed.

Funk, Carolyn L., Kristin A. Barrett, Francis L. Macrina. “Authorship and Publication Practices: Evaluation of the Effect of Responsible Conduct of Research Instruction to Postdoctoral Trainees.” Accountability in Research: Policies and Quality Assurance 14:4 (October-December 2007) 296-305.

Kirkman, Robert. “Teaching for Moral Imagination: Assessment of a Course in Environmental Ethics.” Teaching Philosophy 31:4 (December 2008) 333-50.

This article looks at the results of an assessment project on a course in environmental ethics whose goals were to measure the impact of the course on students, as well as to contribute to a broader goal of developing assessment tools for ethics education.

Kligyte, Vkyinta, Richard T. Marcy and Ethan P. Walples et al. “Application of a Sensemaking Approach to Ethics Training in the Physical Sciences and Engineering." Science and Engineering Ethics 14:2 (June 2008) 251-278.

This study accesses the effectiveness of a newly-developed responsible conduct of research training in enhancing the ethical decision-making of researchers in the physical sciences and engineering, and examines the influence of training and trainee characteristics on ethical decision-making and application of broad metacognitive reasoning strategies.

Krawczyk, Rosemary. "Teaching Ethics: Effect on Moral Development." Nursing Ethics. 4.1 (1997): 57-65.

Lacour, Jean and Diane M. Lewis. "Effects of a Course in Ethics on Self-rated and Actual Knowledge of Undergraduate Psychology Majors." Psychological Reports. 82 (1998): 499-504.

Larkin, Luke. "Evaluating Professionalism in Emergency Medicine: Clinical Ethical Competence." Academic Emergency Medicine. 6.4 (April 1999): 302-311.

Newton, Lisa H. “Outcomes Assessment of an Ethics Program: Purposes and Challenges.” Teaching Ethics: The Journal of the Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum. 2:1 (Fall 2001) 29-45.

Plaisance, Patrick Lee. “An Assessment of Media Ethics Education: Course Content and the Values and Ethical Ideologies of Media Ethic Students. “ Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 61:4 (Winter 2007) 378-386.

Plemmons, Dena K. , Suzanne A. Brody and Michael W. Kalichman. “Student Perceptions of the Effectiveness of Education in the Responsible Conduct of Research. “ Science and Engineering Ethics. 12:3 (July 2006) 571-582.

Rudnicka, Ewa A. “Ethics in an Operations Management Course.” Science and Engineering Ethics. 11:4 (October 2005) 645-654.

Article includes a model of a grading rubric for evaluating students' understanding of ethics case studies.

Staehr, Lorraine J. and Graeme J. Byrne. “Using the Defining Issues Test for Evaluating Computer Ethics Teaching." IEEE Transactions on Education. 46:2 (May 2004) 229-244.

Steneck, Nicholas H. "Designing Teaching and Assessment Tools for an Integrated Engineering Ethics Curriculum." Proceedings of the 29th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference. (1999): 12d6-11, 12d6-17.

Strohmetz, David B. and Anne A. Skedler. "The Use of Role-play in Teaching Research Ethics: A Validation Study." in Handbook for Teaching Statistics and Research Methods, second edition. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1999. 140-142.

Valentine, Gill. "Geography and ethics: moral geographies? Ethical commitment in research and teaching." Progress in Human Geography 29.4 (August 2005): 483-487.

8) Healthcare & Medical Ethics

Applegate, Minerva L. and Nina M. Entrekin. Teaching Ethics in Nursing: a Handbook for Use of the Case-Study Approach. New York: National League of Nursing, 1984.

Begley, Ann M. "Facilitating the development of moral insight in practice: teaching ethics and teaching virtue." Nursing Philosophy. 7.4. (October 2006) :257-265.

Browne, Alister. "Bridging the Professions: An Integrated and Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching Health Care Ethics." Academic Medicine. 70:11. (November 1995) :1002-1005.

Coutts, Mary Carrington. Teaching Ethics in the Health Care Setting. Washington, D.C. : Kennedy Institute of Ethics,1991.

DeMars, Patricia A., John D. Fleming and Patricia A. Benham. "Ethics Across the Occupational Therapy Curriculum." The American Journal of Occupational Therapy . 45: 9 (September 1991): 782.

Dinç, L. and Görgülü, R.S. "Teaching Ethics in Nursing." Nursing Ethics 9.3 (May 2002): 259-268.

Goldie, John, Lisa Schwartz et al. “Can Students’ Reasons for Choosing Set Answers to Ethical Vignettes be Reliably Rated? Development and Testing of a Method." Medical Teacher 26:8 (December 2004) 713-718.

Hattab, Abdulla Saeed. "Current Trends in Teaching Ethics of Healthcare Practices." Developing World Bioethics 4.2 (December 2004): 160-172.

Kacerik, Mark G., Renee G. Prajer, and Cynthia Conrad. “Ethics Instruction in the Dental Hygiene Curriculum.” Journal of Dental Hygiene. 80:1 (Winter 2006) 1-13.

Kyle, Gaye. "Using Anonymized Reflection to Teach Ethics: A Pilot Study " Journal of Medical Ethics 15.1 (January 2008): 6-16.

Volandes, Angelo. "Medical ethics on film: towards a reconstruction of the teaching of healthcare professionals." Journal of Medical Ethics 33.11 (November 2007): 678-680.

9) Journalism

Barney, Ralph. "Journals as Dialogue Assignments in Ethics Courses." Journal of Mass Media Ethics. 12:4(1997): 243-245.

Christians, Clifford G. and Catherine L. Covert. Teaching Ethics in Journalism Education. New York: The Hastings Center, Institute for Society, Ethics and the Life Sciences, 1980.

South, Jeff. "Ethics in the Classroom." Quill 92.6 (August 2004): 10-13.

Stern, M. L. "Ethics Courses Missing in Action." Editor and Publisher. (September 12,1998): 14.

10)Mentoring

Anderson, Dana D. and Wendelyn J. Shore. “Ethical Issues and Concerns Associated with Mentoring Undergraduate Students. Ethics and Behavior. 18:1 (January-March 2008) 1-25.

Fisher, Celia B., Adam L. Fried, , Sabrina J.Goodman, Kaori Kubo Germano, "Measures of Mentoring, Department Climate, and Graduate Student Preparedness in the Responsible Conduct of Psychological Research." . Ethics & Behavior, 19:3 (May 2009) 227-252.

Fischer, Beth A. and Michael J. Zigmond. “Promoting Responsible Conduct of Research through ‘Survival Skills” Workshops: Some Mentoring is Best Done in a Crowd.” Science and Engineering Ethics 7:4 (July 2001) 563-587.

Whitbeck, Caroline. “Group Mentoring to Foster the Responsible Conduct of Research.” Science and Engineering Ethics 7:4 (July 2001) 541-558.

Wright, David E., Sandra L. Titus, and Jered B. Cornelison. “Mentoring and Research Misconduct: An Analysis of Research Mentoring in Closed ORI Cases.” Science and Engineering Ethics 14:3 (September 2008) 323-336.

The authors of this paper reviewed the USPHS misconduct files of the U.S. Office of Research Integrity to discover the role of the mentor in cases of trainee misconduct. The study focused on three specific behaviors the authors believed mentors should perform with their trainee: (1) reviewing source data, (2) teaching specific research standards, and (3) minimizing stressful work situations. The study found that three quarters of mentors in these cases had not reviewed source data and two-thirds had not set standards. The authors end by recommending that mentors and institutions devote more attention to the teaching of mentors about the process of education and their responsibilities in helping to educate upcoming generations of scientists.

11)Military Ethics

Martinelli-Fernandez, Susan. ‘Educating Honorable Warriors.” Journal of Military Ethics. 5:1 (January 2006) 55-66.

McGrath, James H. and Gustaf E. Anderson III. "Recent Work on the American Professional Military Ethic: An Introduction and Survey." American Philosophical Quarterly 30.3 (July 1993): 187-208.

Toner, James H. "Teaching Military Ethics." Military Review 73 (May 1993): 33-40.

Wittich, Arthur. "Development of a Core Curriculum in Professional Growth: Practice Management Military Model." Military Medicine. 164.11 (Nov. 1999): 764-766.

12) Nutrition

Dooley, DA. "The study of ethics in the applied science curriculum: Training future science educators in the ethics of nutrition". Journal of College Science Teaching 29.5 (2005):341-345.

Edlestein, Sari. "Development of Moral Judgment and its Relationship to the Education and Training of Dietitians." Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 92.8 (1992): 938-941.

13) Psychology

Beins, Bernard C. "Using the Barnum Effect to Teach About Ethics and Deception in Research." Handbook for Teaching Statistics and Research Methods, Second Edition. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1999.

Branstetter, Steven A. and Mitchell M. Handelsman. "Graduate Teaching Assistants: Ethical Trainings, Beliefs and Practices." Ethics and Behavior. 10:1 (2000): 27-50.

Carkenord, David M. "A Group Exercise to Explore Employee Ethics in Business Related Psychology Courses." Teaching of Psychology.100-102.

Fisher, Celia B. and Tara L. Kuther. "Integrating Research Ethics into the Introductory Psychology Course Curriculum." Teaching of Psychology. 24.2 (1997): 172-175.

Fisher, Celia B., Adam L. Fried, , Sabrina J.Goodman, Kaori Kubo Germano, "Measures of Mentoring, Department Climate, and Graduate Student Preparedness in the Responsible Conduct of Psychological Research." . Ethics & Behavior, 19:3 (May 2009) 227-252.

Greene, Beverly. "Teaching Ethics in Psychotherapy." Women & Therapy: a Feminist Quarterly. 15:1(1994): 17-27.

McMinn, Mark R. Ethics "Case-Study Simulation: A Generic Tool for Psychology Teachers." Handbook for Teaching Statistics and Research Methods, Second Edition. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1999.

Sondheimer, Adrian. "Teaching Ethics and Forensic Psychiatry. A National Survey of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Training Programs." Teaching Ethics and Forensics. 22:4(Winter 1998): 240-252.

Welfel, Elizabeth Reynolds. "Psychologist as Ethics Educator: Successes, Failures, and Unanswered Questions." Professional Pyschology: Research and Practice. 23: 3(1992): 182-1889.

14) Public Administration

Bowman, James and Donald Menzel. Teaching Ethics and Values in Public Administration Programs: Innovations, Strategies and Issues. State University of New York Press. (1998): 352

Hejka-Ekins, April. "Teaching Ethics Across the Public Administration Curriculum." Journal of Public Affairs Education. 4 (1998): 45-50.

Martin, Taylor and Karen Rayne and Nate J. Kemp and Jack Hart and Kenneth R. Diller. "Teaching for Adaptive Expertise in Biomedical Engineering Ethics." Science & Engineering Ethics. 11.2 (April 2005): 257-276.

Teaching Ethics and Values in Public Administration Programs: Innovations, Strategies, and Issues. Ed. James S. Bowman & Donald C. Menzel. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1998.

Torp, Kenneth H. "Ethics for Public Administrators." National Civic Review. (Winter-Spring 1994): 70-73.

Walton, John R., James W. Steams and Charles T. Crespy. "Integrating Ethics into the Public Administration Curriculum: A Three Step Process." Journal of Policy Analysis and Management.16: 3(1997): 470-483.

15) Science

Anderson, M.S. "Collective Openness and Other Recommendations for the Promotion of Research Integrity." Science and Engineering Ethics. 13:4 (2007) 387-394.

This article reports on the findings of a 2002 survey of mid-career U.S. scientists who had received funding from the National Institutes of Health that looked at the relationship between mentoring and responsible conduct of research (RCR) instruction and subsequent engagement in misconduct. The survey found that RCR instruction and mentoring were less reliable inhibitors of misconducts and one would hope. The bulk of this article makes some recommendations on ways to improve RCR instruction, mentoring, and making a shift towards collective openness in the research culture to promote research integrity.

Bebeau, Muriel, Kenneth Pimple et al. Moral Reasoning in Scientific Research: Cases for Teaching and Assessment. Materials developed for "Teaching Research Ethics: A Workshop at Indiana University" (TRE). December 1995. Download full PDF document here.

Bird, Stephanie J. and Joan E. Sieber. "Teaching Ethics in Science & Engineering: Effective Online Education." Sceince & Engineering Ethics. 11.3 (July 2005) : 323-328.

Bisbee, Linda A. "Ethics in the Science Classroom." Journal of College Science Teaching. (November 1994) : 132-134.

Braxton, John M. and Leonard L. Baird. “Preparation for Professional Self-Regulation." Science and Engineering Ethics. 7:4 (July 2001) 593-610.

Brock, Meagan E., Andrew Vert, Vykinta Kligyte, et al. “Mental Models: An Alternative Evaluation of a Sensemaking Approach to Ethics Instruction.” Science and Engineering Ethics. 14:3 (September 2008) 449-472.

This paper assesses a novel responsible conduct of research curriculum developed at the University of Oklahoma that focuses on metacognitive reasoning strategies that professionals use when making sense of professional issues that have ethical implications for science. To find out the overall effectiveness of the sensemaking approach, the authors also studied mental models of field experts, faculty, and graduate students who were both trained and untrained in sensemaking. The study found that sensemaking training has the potential to lead in a shift in mental model structure and introduces a new way for research to think about the novel, highly complex, and ambiguous ethical situations that research professionals often face in their daily lives.

Brown, Sarah and Michael W. Kalichman. “Effects of Training in the Responsible Conduct of Research: A Survey of Graduate Students in Experimental Sciences.” Science and Engineering Ethics. 4:4 (October 1998) 487-498.

Bruton, Samuel V. "The Educational and Moral Significance of the American Chemical Society's The Chemist's Code of Conduct". Journal of Chemical Education. 80.5 (2003) : 503-506.

Bulger, Ruth Ellen and Stanley Joel Reiser. "Studying Science in the Context of Ethics."Academic Medicine. 68:9 (September 1993): s5-s9.

Dooley, Dian A. "The Study of Ethics in the Applied Science Curriculum: Training Future Science Educators in the Ethics of Nutrition." Journal of College Science Teaching. 29:5 (March/April 2000): 341-345.

Eisen, Arri, and Kathy P. Parker. “A Model for Teaching Research Ethics.” Science and Engineering Ethics 10:4 (October 2004) 693-704.

Fischer, Beth A. and Michael J. Zigmond. “Promoting Responsible Conduct of Research through ‘Survival Skills” Workshops: Some Mentoring is Best Done in a Crowd.” Science and Engineering Ethics 7:4 (July 2001) 563-587.

Fisher, Ellen R. and Nancy E. Levinger. “A Directed Framework for Integrating Ethics into Chemistry Curricula and Programs Using Real and Fictional Case Studies." Journal of Chemical Education, 85:6 (June 2008) pp. 796-801.

Funk, Carolyn L., Kristin A. Barrett, Francis L. Macrina. “Authorship and Publication Practices: Evaluation of the Effect of Responsible Conduct of Research Instruction to Postdoctoral Trainees.” Accountability in Research: Policies and Quality Assurance 14:4 (October-December 2007) 296-305.

Heitman, Elizabeth, and Ruth Ellen Bulger. “Assessing the Educational Literature in the Responsible Conduct of Research for Core Content.” Accountability in Research: Policies & Quality Assurance 12:3 (July-September 2005) 207-224.
Heitman, Elizabeth. ‘Ethical Values in the Education of Biomedical Researchers.” Hastings Center Report 30:4 (July-August 2000) S40-S44.

Kligyte, Vykinta, Richard T. Marcy and Sydney T. Sevier. “ A Qualitative Approach to Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Training Development: Identification of Metacognitive Strategies.” Science and Engineering Ethics. 14: 1 (March 2008) 3-31.

Koppelman-White, Elysa. “Research Misconduct and the Scientific Process: Continuing Quality Improvement.” Accountability in Research: Policies & Quality Assurance 13:3 (July 2006) 225-446.

McGuffin, Victoria L. “Teaching Research Ethics: It Takes More Than Good Science to make a Good Scientist. Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry 390:5 (March 2008) 1209-1215.

Pimple, Kenneth D. “Six Domains of Research Ethics: A Heuristic Framework for the Responsible Conduct of Research.” Science and Engineering Ethics. 8:2 (April 2002) 191-205.

Plemmons, Dena K. , Suzanne A. Brody and Michael W. Kalichman. “Student Perceptions of the Effectiveness of Education in the Responsible Conduct of Research. “ Science and Engineering Ethics. 12:3 (July 2006) 571-582.







Schachter, Amy M. “Integrating Ethics in Science into a Summer Undergraduate Research Program.” Journal of Chemical Education 80:5 (May 2003) 507-512.

This article describes the development, implementation, and assessment of an Ethics in Science program as a component of a summer undergraduate research experience.

Thomsen, Marshall. “A Course Treating Ethical Issues in Physics.” Science and Engineering Ethics 13:1 (March 2007) 117-127.

Whitbeck, Caroline. “Group Mentoring to Foster the Responsible Conduct of Research.” Science and Engineering Ethics 7:4 (July 2001) 541-558.

16) Social Work

Biggerstaff, Marilyn A. “Social Work Ethics Online: Reflective Learning.” Journal of Technology in Human Services. 23:3/4 (2005) 245-257.

Corey, Gerald and Marrianne Schneider Corey and Patrick Callanan. "An Approach to Teaching Ethics Courses in Human Serivces and Counseling." Counseling & Values. (April 2005).

Gray, Mel and Jill Gibbons. "There are no Answers, Only Choices: Teaching Ethical Decision Making in Social Work." Australian Social Work. 60.2 (June 2007) 222-238.

Hugman, Richard. "Exploring the Paradox of Teaching Ethics for Social Work Practice." Social Work Education. 24:5 (Aug. 2005) 535-545.

17) Teaching Ethics: Methods

Andrews, G.C. "EGAD! -- A Strategy for Solving Ethical Problems." Canadian Conference in Engineering Education. (June 16-18, 1996).

Baker, Sherry. "Applying Kidder's Ethical Decision-Making Checklist to Media Ethics." Journal of Mass Media Ethics. 12: 4: 197-210.

Collins, Denis and Laura V. Page. "A Socrates/Ted Koppel Paradigm for Integrating the Teaching of Business Ethics in the Curriculum" Research in Corporate Social Performance and Policy. Supplement 2 (1997): 221-242.

Cottone, R. Rocco and Ronald E. Claus. "Ethical Decision Making Models: A Review of the Literature." Journal of Counseling and Development. 78 (Summer 2000): 275-283.

Davis, Michael, "Developing and Using Cases to Teach Practical Ethics." Teaching Philosophy 20:4, December 1997, pp. 353-385

Davis, Michael, "Ethics Across the Curriculum: Teaching Professional Responsibility in Technical Courses." Teaching Philosophy, 16:3, September 1993

Davis, Michael. "Five Kinds of Ethics Across the Curriculum: An Introduction to Four Experiments with One Kind." Teaching Ethics (Spring 2004) 1-14

Davis, Michael, "On Teaching Cloistered Virtue: The Ethics of Teaching Students How to Avoid Moral Risk." Teaching Philosophy, 14:3, September 1991

Davis, Michael. "IIT's Workshops for Integrating Ethics into Technical Courses: Some Lessons Learned." Teaching Ethics, Spring 2006: 1-14.

DeMars, Patricia A., John D. Fleming, and Patricia A. Benham. "Ethics Across the Occupational Therapy Curriculum." The American Journal of Occupational Therapy. 45:9 (September 1991): 782-787.

Divoky, James J. and Mary Anne Rothermel. "Tearing Down the Silo Surrounding Quantitative Courses: Incorporating Ethics into Introductory Statistics" DSS/AI/Expert Systems, Decision Sciences Institute. 2 (1996):1138 -1140.

Duizend, Johnny and Greg K. McCann. "Do Collegiate Business Students Show a Propensity to Engage in Illegal Business Practices?." Journal of Business Ethics. 17(1998): 229-238.

Fisher, Ellen R. and Nancy E. Levinger. “A Directed Framework for Integrating Ethics into Chemistry Curricula and Programs Using Real and Fictional Case Studies." Journal of Chemical Education, 85:6 (June 2008): 796-801.

Gampel, Eric. "A Method for Teaching Ethics." Teaching Philosophy. (December 1996): 371-383.

Geva, Aviva. "Moral Decision Making in Business: A Phase-Model." Business Ethics Quarterly. 10:4 (2000): 773-803.

Glass, Richard S. and Joseph Bonnici. "An Experimental Approach for Teaching Business Ethics." Teaching Business Ethics. 1 (1997): 183-195.

Groarke, Leo and Sally J. Scholz. "Seven Principles for Better Practical Ethics." Teaching Philosophy. 19:4 (December 1996): 337-355.

Guthrie, Joanne F. and Martha L. Taylor. "Teaching Ethics To Community Nutrition Students: A Case Study Approach." Journal of Nutrition Education. 27:157B.

Halliday, Robert and Linnea Franits. "Teaching Goodness: Moral Development Theory and the Teaching of Ethics." Teaching Philosophy. 29.2 (June 2006): 81-92.

Haws, David R. "Ethics Instruction in Engineering Education: A (Mini) Meta-Analysis." Journal of Engineering Education. (April 2001): 223-229.

Haywood, M. Elizabeth. "Using Games to Enhance Student Understanding of Professional and Ethical Responsibilities." Issues in Accounting Education. 19:1 (Feb. 2004) 85-99.

Herkert, Joseph R. "Making Connections: Engineering Ethics on the World Wide Web."

Hundert, Edward M. "Characteristics of the Informal Curriculum and Trainees' Ethical Choices." Academic Medicine. 71:6 (June 1996): 624-628.

Kligyte, Vykinta, Richard T. Marcy and Sydney T. Sevier. “ A Qualitative Approach to Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Training Development: Identification of Metacognitive Strategies.” Science and Engineering Ethics. 14: 1 (March 2008) 3-31.

This article describes the development of a responsible conduct of research training program based on a sensemaking model , which is based on the assumption that professional integrity is shaped by the decisions people make when they are faced with complex and ambiguous ethical situations. The study focused on metacognitive reasoning strategy frameworks that can be used by researchers to address ethical issues that arise in their day-to-day work, The authors describe the tested training program, and discuss the implications for responsible conduct of research in the sciences.

Kracher, Beverly. "What Does It Mean When Mitchell Gets an 'A' in Business Ethics? or the Importance of Service Learning." Teaching Business Ethics. 2 (1998): 291-303.

Krawczyk, Rosemary M. "Teaching Ethics: Effect on Moral Development." Nursing Ethics. 4:1(1997): 57-65.

Krow, Grant R.; Kim Kostka; and Brian K. Niece. "Who Is Responsible for a Fraud: An Exercise Examining Research Misconduct and the Obligations of Authorship through Case Studies." Journal of Chemical Education, 82::10 (Oct 2005) 1521-1522.

Kuhn, James W. "Emotion as Well as Reason: Getting Students Beyond Interpersonal Accountability." Journal of Business Ethics. 17(1998): 295-308.

Laditka, Sarah and Margaret Houck. "Student-Developed Case Studies: An Experimental Approach for Teaching Ethics in Management." Journal of Business Ethics. 64:2 (March 2006): 157-167.

Maguire, Stephen. "Business Ethics: A Compromise Between Politics and Virtue." Journal of Business Ethics. 16(1997): 1411-1418.

Magun-Jackson, Susan. "A Psychological Model that Integrates Ethics in Engineering Education." 10:2 (April 2004) 219-224.

McDonald, Ross "A. Seven Exercises to Get Students Thinking." Teaching Business Ethics. 2 (1998): 411-432.

Mukund Acharya, Michael Davis, and Vivian Weil, "Integrating Ethics Into a Research Experience for Undergraduates." Journal of Engineering Education, April 1995

Orlitzky, Marc. "Developing Intellectual Ability, Moral Insight, Active Involvement, and Objectivity Through the Ethics Mock Trial Simulation Technique." Research in Corporate Social Performance and Policy. Supplement 2 (1997): 201-219.

Primeaux, David L. "Teaching Ethics in a CIS Curriculum: A Nearly Hands-off Approach." The Association for Computing Machinery, Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Southeast Conference. (1994): 345-351.

Preston, David. "What Makes Professionals So Difficult: An Investigation into Professional Ethics Teaching." Computers and Society. (June 1998): 58-67.

Riley, Kathryn, Michael Davis, Apryl Cox, & James Maciukenas. "Ethics in the Details": Communicating Engineering Ethics via Micro-Insertion" IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication 52:1 (March 2009) 95-108

Rosnow, Ralph L. "Teaching Research Ethics Through Role-Play and Discussion." Handbook for Teaching Statistics and Research Methods, Second Edition. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1999.

Sanyal, Rajib N. "An Experimental Approach to Teaching Ethics in International Business." Teaching Business Ethics. 4 (2000): 137-149.

Schlossberger, Eugene. "The Middle Path: Using Dual-Investor Theory in Teaching Business Ethics." Teaching Business Ethics. 2 (1998): 127-136.

Schonfeld, Toby L. "Science & Engineering Ethics." Science & Engineering Ethics. 11.3 (July 2005): 481-494.

Silva, Mary Cipriano and Sharron E. Guillett. "Teaching Ethics in Nursing Education: National Curriculum Trends." Nursing Connections. 9:3 (1996) 26-28.

Sofaer, Beatrice. "Enhancing Humanistic Skills: An Experiential Approach to Learning about Ethical Issues in Health Care." Journal of Medical Ethics. 21(1995): 31-34.

Schonfeld, Toby L. "Reflections on Teaching Health Care Ethics on the Web." Science & Engineering Ethics, 11:3 (July 2005) 481-494.

Tysinger, James W., Leah K. Klonis, John Z. Sadler and James M. Wagner. "Teaching Ethics Using Small-group, Problem-based Learning." Journal of Medical Ethics. (1997): 315-318.

Weil, Vivian, "How Can Philosophers Teach Professional Ethics?" Journal of Social Philosophy, Vol XX, No 1-2, June, 1989

Whitbeck, Caroline. "Teaching Ethics to Scientists and Engineers: Mortal Agents and Moral Problems." Science and Engineering Ethics.1:3 (1995): 299-308.

Winston, Kenneth. "Teaching Ethics by the Case Method." Curriculum and Case Notes. 153:159.

Wolfe, Joseph and David J. Fritzsche. "Teaching Business Ethics with Management and Marketing Games." Simulation and Gaming. 29: 1(March 1998): 44-59.