ETHICS IN A COMPUTING CULTURE introduces key ideas in moral theory and professionalism to explore the hottest topics in computer ethics. With a unique blend of theory, application, and critical thinking exercises, each chapter underscores the interdisciplinary links between computing and diverse areas of study. Abundant multicultural cases are presented throughout to highlight contrasts and conflicts in ethical perspectives across the globe. ETHICS IN A COMPUTING CULTURE encourages students to continually read, reflect and write to hone sharp critical thinking skills. Students learn that that computing is not a purely technical discipline but one with moral and social implications that affect everyday life. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.... Saulny, Susan, 301 Schaefier, Bob, 322 Scharper, Matt, 313 Scheme ( programming language), 130 Schenck, Charles, 247 Schenck v. ... Andres, 258 server(s), 124, 128 file sharing and, 114 key, 128 touch screens, 331a333 Toyota, 48, 170, 329 trade dress, 121 ... Shawn, 243 reliability, 150a194 religious ethics, 9, 10 remote parking, 324a325 Renaissance art, 134 Republic, The (Plato), 250a251, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Ethics in a Computing Culture|
|Author||:||William Brinkman, Alton Sanders|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2012-01-24|