Ethics in Engineering 4 9780072831153 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.
Ethics in Engineering

Ethics in Engineering

4th Edition
By Mike Martin
ISBN10: 0072831154
ISBN13: 9780072831153
Copyright: 2005

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Program Details

1 Ethics and Professionalism

2 Moral Reasoning and Codes of Ethics

3 Moral Frameworks

4 Engineering as Social Experimentation

5 Commitment to Safety

6 Workplace Responsibilities and Rights

7 Honesty

8 Environmental Ethics

9 Global Issues

10 Engineers and Technological Progress

Appendix A General Resources on Engineering Ethics

Appendix B Codes of Ethics: NSPE, ABET, IEEE, AICHE, ASCE, ASME

About the Author

Mike Martin

Mike W. Martin received his B.S. (Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi) and M.A. from the University of Utah, and his Ph.D. from the University of California, Irvine, and he is currently professor of philosophy at Chapman University. In addition to publishing many articles, he is author, coauthor, or editor of eight books, including Meaningful Work: Rethinking Professional Ethics (2000) and Everyday Morality (3d ed., 2001). He received the Arnold L. and Lois S. Graves Award for Teachers in the Humanities and two fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities.