Cases and Ideas in Professional Ethics

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Pages in category "Cases and Ideas in Professional Ethics"

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  1. Professionalism/Anarchist Cookbook
  2. Professionalism/Vioxx: Merck and the FDA
  3. Professionalism/Cody Wilson and the Liberator
  4. Professionalism/Apple, iPhone Software, and Planned Obsolescence
  5. Professionalism/Workplace Harassment Training
  6. Professionalism/Robert MacLean and Unsecured TSA Communication
  7. Professionalism/The Disneyland Measles Outbreak of 2014-2015
  8. Professionalism/The Right to Repair
  9. Professionalism/Rhona Applebaum, Coca-Cola, and Health Research
  10. Professionalism/Knightscope and Autonomous Data Machines
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  2. Professionalism/Michael de Guzman and the Bre-X Scandal
  3. Professionalism/Ellen Pao, Reddit, and the trolls
  4. Professionalism/Anarchist Cookbook
  5. Professionalism/HeLa Cells and Timeless Ethics
  6. Professionalism/Chernobyl Disaster
  7. Professionalism/Apple Batteries: Transparency, Trust, and Technology
  8. Professionalism/Shawn Carpenter and Sandia National Laboratories
  9. Professionalism/David Franklin, Parke-Davis, and Neurontin
  10. Professionalism/Jeffrey Wigand and Brown & Williamson

The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 244 total.

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