Engineering ethics [electronic resource] : contemporary and enduring debates / Deborah G. Johnson
- Johnson, Deborah G., 1945-
- New Haven : Yale University Press, 2020.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource (213 pages)
- Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- PART ONE: Foundational Issues -- 1 Can Engineering Ethics Be Taught? -- 2 Do Engineers Need Codes of Ethics? -- 3 How Should Engineers Think about Ethics? -- PART TWO: Employment Relationships -- 4 Should Engineers See Themselves as Guns for Hire? -- 5 Are Whistleblowing Engineers Heroes or Traitors? -- PART THREE: Engineers, Safety, and Social Responsibility -- 6 Are Rotten Apples or Rotten Barrels Responsible for Technological Mishaps? -- 7 Will Autonomous Cars Ever Be Safe Enough? and 8 Is Social Justice in the Scope of Engineers' Social Responsibilities? -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Index.
- An engaging, accessible survey of the ethical issues faced by engineers, designed for students.
- 9780300252798 (electronic bk.)
030025279X (electronic bk.)
- Description based upon print version of record.
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