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Introduction to Professional Ethics

Price: $59.95
Order Number: 626.0001
Format : DVD
This episode examines:
• The VCR principles of applied ethics: Values and Virtues; Consequences and Contingencies; Rights and Responsibilities
• A definition of professional ethics
• Analyzing ethical dilemmas using a rational framework
• The role of values in ethical decision making
• Doing the “Right Thing”

Features Dr. Lisa Newton, director, Program in Applied Ethics, Fairfield University, and project consultant for the PBS series, Ethics in America.

A student textbook which covers the entire Ethical Issues in Professional Life series is also available - Product Number: 626.0015

Rights granted include: a) life of media audiovisual use, b) public performance, c) campus or building closed circuit and digital/video-on-demand transmission.

Course Packs (all 14 episodes on three DVDs in a one case) is available for $25.00 plus 7% (minimum of $5.00) for S & H. Course Packs are ideal for students are required to view all or most of the episodes on an independent basis. Course Packs are only available to institutions who have purchased the complete series or have licensed broadcast, cablecast or telecourse rights. Email for details.

Click here for Teacher’s Guide

Ideal for grades: College/Adult/In-Service
Duration: Fourteen, 30-minute programs
©1993 Center for Advancement of Applied Ethics, Carnegie Mellon University
Series #626.

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