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Earth’s Insights: A Multicultural Survey of Ecological Ethics from the Mediterranean Basin to the Australian Outback. Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press, 1994. ________. In Defense of the Land Ethic: Essays in Environmental Philosophy. Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, 1989. Callicott, J. Baird and Michael P. Nelson, eds. The Great New Wilderness Debate . Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1998. Callicott, J. Baird and Clare Palmer, eds. Environmental Philosophy: Critical Concepts in the Environment . 5 vol. London and New York: Routledge, 2004. Cataldi, Suzanne L. and William S. Hamrick, eds.
with the aim of creating, replacing, improving or understanding information systems. Information science is often (mistakenly) considered a branch of computer science . However, it is actually a broad, interdisciplinary field, incorporating not only aspects of computer science, but often diverse fields such as archival science , cognitive science , commerce , communications , law , library science , museology , management , mathematics , philosophy , public policy , and the social sciences . Information science focuses on understanding problems from the perspective of the stakeholders involved and then applying information and ...
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Philosophical Bibliography on Pain by Murat Aydede
This is a partially annotated bibliography containing largely philosophical literature on pain.  It also contains some scientific works that are of particular interest to philosophers or are useful to a general audience. It focuses on psychological, epistemological and metaphysical issues rather than ethical or religious ones.  It is a work in perpetual progress and by no means complete.  I’ll try to complete (or, replace) the annotations in time -- some of them are downloaded either from PsychInfo or Phil Index, and are not always very useful.  I would appreciate if the authors provide me with ... market research, surveys and trends
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The teaching of business ethics: A survey of AACSB member schools
The resulting information was divided into three ... these ethics courses are elective. Sixty-five percent of .... Bibliography of ethics course texts ( Abridged) a ... Byrne, J. A.: 1987, 'Harvard's $30 Million Windfall for Ethics ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Number of Alcoholics : Alcoholism and Other Drug Problems
In 1993 NCADD put the figure at 12.1 million. Using our working definition but applying it conservatively, one can say as a rule of thumb that alcoholics constitute 4 percent of the general population. In an adult population where at least three-fourths are drinkers, about 6 percent of the total group are probably alcoholic. In groups where practically all are drinkers, as in certain professions or types of work, the alcoholism rate may run about 8 percent, or one in twelve. If we include alcohol abusers as well as alcoholics, the best estimate is 10.5 percent of working Americans. Those percentages vary markedly by locality and ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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ICT Ethics Bibliography 2005: A select list of recent books
included in my Bibliography of Computing, Ethics, ... Information Ethics: Privacy and Intellectual Property. Hershey, PA: Idea Group, Inc., 2005; 439 pages. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Annotated Bibliography - Law and Ethics, National Mental Health ...
Clinicians and managed care companies will incur new legal duties as a result of their activi-ties in a managed care environment. This article discusses potential legal responsibilities of clinicians. These include the duty to appeal adverse decisions of a managed care company; to discuss the potential economic consequences of treatment decisions; and to continue treat-ment without payment or at a reduced rate. The article describes several legal cases involving managed care. The author concludes that clinicians may be reassured by the tendency of courts to recognize the legal responsibilities of both clinicians and care ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
David Vance: Computer Ethics - Cyberethics
»To provide links to on-line information resources and courses that may be of interest to academics, practitioners, and the general public. »To provide a forum for discussion and assistance on issues and topics of interest relative to computer or information ethics. How do Cyberethics fit into the overall scheme of Information Systems Management? This is the question we seek to answer. New technology creates challenges in the areas of privacy, property, security and individual identity and radically reshapes life styles around the globe. While the scholarly debate continues as we define the field, it seems not ...
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Google Answers: How to give credit for sources used in writing
Hello - I have a question about using other souces (books, magazines, etc...) when writing a book or manual. When you use borrow content and ideas from another author or writer to use as supplement in your book or report and you document where you got that information from, including the book and the author's name, but you did not contact the author directly for permission (such as talking to him or even e-mailing him), will you still be held liable for plagarism? Is just documenting where and whom you got the information from enough, or do you also have to get the author (and the publisher's) permission ...
L. Ron Hubbard bibliography at AllExperts
Because the majority of Hubbard's writings of the 1950s through the 1970s were aimed exclusively at Scientologists, the Church founded its own publishing companies, Bridge Publications for the North American market and New Era Publications , based in Denmark, for the rest of the world. New volumes of his transcribed lectures continue to be produced; this series will ultimately total a projected 110 large volumes. An extensive series of audio recordings of Hubbard's lectures are also published by Bridge/New Era, as well as a large number of publications that commemorate Hubbard and his varied pursuits. On November 1, 2005,