Engineering Ethics: Contemporary and Enduring Debates (Paperback)Deborah G. Johnson (author)
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The first engineering ethics textbook to use debates as the framework for presenting engineering ethics topics, this engaging, accessible survey explores the most difficult and controversial issues that engineers face in daily practice. Written by a leading scholar in the field of engineering and computer ethics, Johnson approaches engineering ethics with the premise that engineering is both a technical and a social endeavor and that ethical issues arise in the social practices of the profession that are often intertwined with technical decision making.
Publisher: Yale University Press
Number of pages: 224
Dimensions: 210 x 140 mm
"Johnson has written a compact, clear, readable, and well-organized textbook for use in Engineering Ethics courses."-Michael D. Jaworski, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
"Johnson has the perfect touch for elucidating engineering ethics debates. No one understands better the distinctions between individual behavior and organizational culture, microethics and macroethics, and conventional and emerging technologies."-Joe Herkert, North Carolina State University
"This relevant and pragmatic book is especially timely given the accelerated pace of engineering innovation. Engineers of all backgrounds will find this very helpful as they navigate complex sociotechnical issues."-Missy Cummings, Duke University
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