Integrating Ethics

From Thought to Action

 

 

 

 


Module 1: Resources

What is Ethics?

(and Why Should We Care) 


 

The content for this project would not have been possible if not for our UTEP faculty and Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission consultants.  We also referred to secondary research for inspiration and to support content development. We have done our best to attribute all sources here, as well as point faculty to additional resources that may encourage further study. If there are any issues regarding attribution or copyright, please use “Contact Us ” and we will resolve those concerns immediately.

 

Works Consulted

Ametrano, I. M. (2014), Teaching Ethical Decision Making: Helping Students Reconcile Personal and 
          Professional Values. Journal of Counseling & Development , 92: 154–161.

Aristotle (1980), The Nicomachean ethics [Translated from the Ancient Greek with an introduction by D.
          Ross. Revised by J. L. Ackrill and J. O. Urmson], Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.

Bok, D. C. (1976). Can ethics be taught?” Change, pp. 26-30.

Gardner, H., M. Csikszentmihalyi, and W. Damon. (2001). Good work: When excellence and ethics meet.
          New York: Basic Books.

Garcia, J. G., Cartwright, B., Winston, S. M., & Borzuchowska, B. (2003). A transcultural model for ethical
          decision making in counseling. Journal of Counseling and Development, 18, 268-277.
          http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/j.1556-6678.2003.tb00253.x

James, C., Davis, K., Flores, A., Francis, J.M., Pettingill, L., Rundle, M. & Gardner, H. (2008). Young people,
            ethics, and the new digital media: A synthesis from the Good Play Project (GoodWork® Project
            Report Series, Number 54). Project Zero, Harvard School of Education.

Lesser, L. & Nordenhaug, E. (2004). Ethical statistics and statistical ethics: Making an Interdisciplinary
          module. Journal of Statistics Education, 12(3),
          http://www.amstat.org/publications/jse/v12n3/lesser.html

Lueke, A., & Gibson, B. (2014). Mindfulness meditation reduces implicit age and race bias: The Role of
          reduced automaticity of responding. Social Psychological and Personality Science, Online First.

Ozar, D. T. (2001). Ethics across the curriculum programs. Teaching Ethics, 2(1), 1-27.

 

Teaching Strategies

Using Infographics

Who Gets the Parachute?

Spark the Conversation: Case Studies

 

Discussion Questions for Videos

“Just Fries, Please”

“For the Good of the Show”

“A Good Father”

 

Web Resources

An Ethical and Sustainable Hamburger?   

“Ethics Unwrapped” at The University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business    

Ethics of the World’s First Synthetic Burger  

Santa Clara University Markula Center for Applied Ethics