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Ronald Kline

Bio: Ronald Kline is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Research ethics & Health systems engineering. The author has an hindex of 1, co-authored 1 publications receiving 14 citations.

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors present an introduction to ethical reasoning in engineering and the evaluation of acts in the field of science and technology, including the following: 1. Professional practice in engineering 2. Engineering Responsibility: 3. Ethics as design - doing justice to moral problems 4. Central professional responsibilities of engineers 5. Computers, software, and digital information 6. Rights and responsibilities regarding intellectual property 7. Responsible Research Conduct: 8. Ethics in the changing domain of research 9. The Future of Engineering: 10. Responsibility for the environment 11.
Abstract: Part I. Values and the Evaluation of Acts in Engineering: Introduction to Ethical Reasoning and Engineering Ethics: 1. Professional practice in engineering 2. Two examples of professional behavior: Roger Boisjoly and William Lemessurier Part II. Engineering Responsibility: 3. Ethics as design - doing justice to moral problems 4. Central professional responsibilities of engineers 5. Computers, software, and digital information 6. Rights and responsibilities regarding intellectual property 7. Workplace rights and responsibilities Part III. Responsible Research Conduct: 8. Ethics in the changing domain of research 9. Responsible authorship and credit in engineering and scientific research Part IV. The Future of Engineering: 10. Responsibility for the environment 11. End use and 'macro' issues.

21 citations


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01 Jan 1982
Abstract: Introduction 1. Woman's Place in Man's Life Cycle 2. Images of Relationship 3. Concepts of Self and Morality 4. Crisis and Transition 5. Women's Rights and Women's Judgment 6. Visions of Maturity References Index of Study Participants General Index

7,539 citations

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TL;DR: Turkle is a public intellectual whose work as a Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) professor of the social studies of science and technology is critically considered in this exploration of a single public presentation based on her 2015 book Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in the Digital Age as mentioned in this paper.
Abstract: Few academics who become public intellectuals have the opportunity to use their research findings to influence and direct public opinion Sherry Turkle is a public intellectual whose work as a Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) professor of the social studies of science and technology is critically considered in this exploration of a single public presentation based on her 2015 book Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in the Digital Age Drawing deeply on subjective observations, Turkle performs public ethnography, using her knowledge and practice as a psychologist to create what she has called “computer psychotherapy” This type of ethnographic practice operates within an agent-egoist model of performativity, which Turkle uses to establish her opposition to student use of laptops and social media in classrooms Arguing in favor of and thereby privileging classroom conversation, Turkle misses the challenge of rendering creative pedagogical options for millennials in the context of their enriched, always-on digital lives As a public intellectual, she fails to assist the public and educators explore collective and progressive options to technology within emerging forms of pedagogy

10 citations

Book
01 Jul 1979
TL;DR: The legal system of the United States State and Federal Laws and Regulatory Agencies Basic Concepts of Product Liability Law Product Lability Evolution Reducing Product Littability Risk Product Lettability Insurance Product LIT Litigation Engineering and Ethics The Role of Engineering Education The Unreasonably Dangerous Product
Abstract: Introduction The Legal System of the United States State and Federal Laws and Regulatory Agencies Basic Concepts of Product Liability Law Product Liability Evolution Reducing Product Liability Risk Product Liability Insurance Product Liability Litigation Engineering and Ethics The Role of Engineering Education The Unreasonably Dangerous Product

10 citations