Engineering professionalism and ethics
Wiley, Jan 19, 1983 - Technology & Engineering - 559 pages
A balanced, thought-provoking series of selected readings on professionalism and ethics in engineering. Addresses such topics as the concept of professionalism; education and maintenance of competence; registration; the role of professional and technical societies; professional autonomy; engineers' responsibilities for the social effects of engineering practice; whistle-blowing; and the formulation and enforcement of codes of ethics. Includes case studies of the ethical dilemmas faced in engineering practice, compilations of major codes of engineering ethics, and references for further reading.
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