Why Design?. What do you want to do when you grow up?.By nikita
ECS SEC. Ethics and the School Ethics Committee. Lester Gilbert Learning Societies Lab University of Southampton Chair, ECS SEC Version 2 Updated September 2009. Ethical issues. The condition of humankind What is a life well (properly) lived? Moral theory What is right and wrong?By tucker-wiley
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Ethics What are Ethics?. Ethics: The moral principles that govern a person’s or group’s behavior. Moral correctness of a specified conduct. Morals? What are morals?. Moral: Concerned with the principles of right or wrong behaviour and the goodness or badness of the human character.
Feminist Ethics, Care Ethics and Nursing Ethics. September 25 , 2013 Rels 300 / Nurs 330. Feminist Ethics. Feminist ethics values women and resists oppression or domination When men dominate women because of their gender, that is “patriarchy” = rule of the fathers
Ethics and Media Ethics. Adapted by Dr. Mike Downing from News Reporting and Writing , Eighth Edition. What are “Ethics”?. Ethics. A discipline that deals with moral duty and obligation Principles of conduct governing an individual or a group A guiding philosophy .
Ethics. How do we know what is right and what is wrong? What is the difference between what “is” happening and what “should” happen? Human beings are naturally good and tend towards cooperation with others.
Ethics. Democratic Sovereignty And Personal Responsibility. Basic Issue, Part 1. American (and other Western) democratic political theory: Legitimizes decisions made through elective and legislative processes. Places a high value on participation and representation.
Section A. Are Moral Values Objective? . 1. Morality Grounded in Unchanging Spiritual Forms: Plato 2. Moral Relativism: Sextus, Montaigne, and Mackie 3. The Case Against Moral Relativism: James Rachels. Optimist (objectivist) view of morality.. Objective: moral values are based on some spiritual
Morals . Standards of conduct that represent he ideal in human behavior to which society expects its members to adhereAs a nurse you are expected to be a moral agent; practice nursing within established standards of conduct. Values. Ideals, beliefs, and patterns of behavior that are prized and cho
Ethics. … sometimes doing the right thing is hard to do…. A set of principles that guides one’s behavior I n academics these ‘principles’ are outlined by the Institutional Review Board (IRB). Types of Consent (you need BOTH types for ethical research) Informed Consent