Tata McGraw - Hill Education
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Engineering & Technology
Now in its fourth edition, Martin and Schinzinger's Ethics in Engineering provides an introduction to the key issues in engineering ethics, taking account of both specific organizational contexts and broader technological trends. Current and thorough, it promotes critical thinking and discussion about moral and ethical issues that engineers face. The up-to-date content provides real world examples and cases and by offering a framework for understanding ethical dilemmas within engineering, prepares readers for issues they will confront in their careers.
Updated case studies are provided throughout the book to further support the concepts presented.
The appendix contains additional pedagogical resources, as well as sample codes of ethics, to give additional real-world perspective to the reader.
The book provides the important connections between the choices made by individuals and corporations with broader social concerns.
Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: Ethics and Professionalism
Chapter 2: Moral Reasoning and Codes of Ethics
Chapter 3: Moral Frameworks
Chapter 4: Engineering as Social Experimentation
Chapter 5: Commitment to Safety
Chapter 6: Workplace Responsibilities and Rights
Chapter 7: Honesty
Chapter 8: Environmental Ethics
Chapter 9: Global Issues
Chapter 10: Engineers and Technological Progress