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Professional ethics and Human values by R.S. Naagarazan
Ashish talpade

Professional ethics and Human values by R.S. Naagarazan

Ashish talpade | 06-Feb-2016 |
HUMAN VALUES , ENGINEERING ETHICS , Engineering as Social Exprimentation , RESPONSIBILITIES AND RIGHTS , Safety , GLOBAL ISSUES ,

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Chapter 1 – Human Values ....... 1–21
1.0 Objectives ........................... 1
1.1 Morals ................................ 2
1.2 Values ................................. 2
1.3 Ethics ................................. 5
1.4 Integrity .............................. 5
1.5 Work ethics ......................... 5
1.6 Service learning ................... 7
1.7 Virtues ................................ 8
1.8 Respect for others ................ 9
1.9 Living peacefully ................. 9
1.10 Caring ................................10
1.11 Sharing ..............................10
1.12 Honesty ..............................11
1.13 Courage .............................12
1.14 Valuing time .......................13
1.15 Cooperation ........................13
1.16 Commitment ......................14
1.17 Empathy ............................14
1.18 Self-confidence ...................15
1.19 Challenges in the work place 16
1.20 Spirituality .........................20
Chapter 2 – Engineering Ethics ....................... 22–44
2.0 Overview ...........................22
2.1 Senses of engineering ethics .23
2.2 Variety of moral issues .........23
2.3 Types of inquiries ...............24
2.4 Moral dilemma ...................25
2.5 Moral autonomy .................26
2.6 Moral development (theories) .........................27
2.7 Consensus and controversy ...29
2.8 Profession ..........................29
2.9 Models of professional roles .31
2.10 Responsibility .....................32
2.11 Theories about right action (Ethical theories) ....................36
2.12 Self-control ........................41
2.13 Self-interest ........................41
2.14 Customs .............................41
2.15 Religion .............................42
2.16 Self-respect ........................43
2.17 Case study: Choice of the theory ............................43
Chapter 3 – Engineering as Social Exprimentation .............. 45–54
3.0 Engineering as experimentation ..........................................45
3.1 Engineers as responsible experimenters ............................48
3.2 Codes of ethics ...................49
3.3 Industrial standards .............51
3.4 A balanced outlook on law ...51
3.5 Case study: The challenger ...52
Chapter 4 – Safety, Responsibilities and Rights ........................... 55–89
4.0 Safety definition .................55
4.1 Safety and risk ....................56
4.2 Risk analysis .......................56
4.3 Assessment of safety and risk ............................65
4.4 Safe exit .............................66
4.5 Risk-benefit analysis ............66
4.6 Sefety lessons from ‘the challenger’ .....................68
4.7 Case study: Power plants ......69
4.8 Collegiality and loyalty ........71
4.9 Collective bargaining ...........72
4.10 Confidentiality ....................74
4.11 Conflict of interests .............77
4.12 Occupational crime .............78
4.13 Human rights ......................80
4.14 Employee rights ..................81
4.15 Whistle blowing ..................83
4.16 Intellectual property rights ...85
Chapter 5 – Global Issues ..... 90–118
5.0 Globalization ......................90
5.1 Multinational corporations ...90
5.2 Environmental ethics ...........94
5.3 Computer ethics ..................97
5.4 Weapons development ....... 102
5.5 Engineers as managers ....... 103
5.6 Consulting engineers ......... 104
5.7 Engineers as expert witness ......................................... 105
5.8 Engineers as advisors in planning and policy making ...................... 107
5.9 Moral leadership ............... 108
5.10 Codes of ethics ................. 109
5.11 Engineering council of India ................................................... 118
5.12 Codes of ethics for TATA group ........................................... 118
5.13 Ethics and codes of business conduct in MNC .................. 118
Bibliography ................................ 119
Case Studies ................................. 120
Question Bank Part-A ................. 140
Question Bank Part-B ................. 154
Questions and Answers – Beyond the syllabus .................... 166

 

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