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Teaching Ethics at Arizona State University

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teaching ethics at arizona state university
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Joseph R. Herkert The Lincoln Teaching Fellows Program at the ASU Polytechnic Campus
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Jeffrey A. Thomas Teaching Applied Ethics in Fire & Emergency Medical Services
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Christopher Wharton Food Beyond Nutrition: Bringing Politics and Ethics into Nutrition Curriculum
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Heather E. Canary Using an Ethics Lens for Teaching Communication: Focus on Small Group and Leadership Communication
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Mary Jane C. Parmentier Beyond Machiavelli: Integrating Applied Ethics into a Course on Technology and International Politics
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Jean Stutz Integrating Applied Ethics into a College-Level Non-Majors Biology Course
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Carol-Lynn Bower Integrating Ethical Learning Into Intercultural Communication Classes
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Jaime R. Aguila The Role of Ethics Within the Contemporary Immigration Debate
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Alden L. Weight Making a Monkey Look Good: The Case for Consumer Ethics of Entertainment Media
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Timothy C. Shiell Using the Concept of “Traditional Ethics” to Teach Introductory Ethics
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Michael Clifford Moral Literacy
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David R. Keller An Introduction to Ethics for Teaching
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Kimberly S. Peer, Gretchen A. Schlabach Uncovering the Moral Compass: An Integrated Ethics Education Approach Transcending the Curriculum
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Kalpana Shankar, Kay H. Connelly Ethics and Pervasive Technologies: A Collaborative Approach to Teaching
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Wendell Wallach Robot Morals and Human Ethics: The Seminar
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Deborah S. Mower Scripting Situations in Moral Education
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Michael Strawser Creative Case Studies in Ethics
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How should we think about the many ethical dilemmas that face us today? How should research in current ethical dilemmas be conducted to move beyond impasses in judgment towards developing a consensus for action? According to Anthony Weston, “we need a more expansive view of ethics,” one that incorporates creativity. Following Weston’s lead, I shall discuss our new Honors Interdisciplinary Seminar on Case Studies in Ethics. This course is designed to prepare our students to participate in the Ethics Bowl, which is already a creative act of engagement, but more importantly, we hope to open new possibilities in the study of ethical dilemmas that would allow for creative problem-solving in ethics. In this paper I explain background reasons for the course, the methodsfor preparing students for creative research in ethics, as well as potential problems to be avoided in the process.
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