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Ethics When Biocomplexity Meets Human Complexity (Role-Play Workshop) and Nanosilver Linings Case
Ethics When Biocomplexity Meets Human Complexity (Role-Play Workshop) and Nanosilver Linings Case

Added05/04/2016

Updated08/29/2016

Author(s) Kathleen Eggleson Joshua Dempsey
Authoring Institution University of Notre Dame
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Year 2016
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    This is a role play workshop designed for ethics education of STEM graduate students. It primarily emphasizes societal-level macroethics related to decision-making related to commercial application of emerging nanotechnoloies, as opposed to microethics or responsible conduct of research (RCR). However, students will confront dilemmas at the level of individual contact through perspective-taking in acting as one of seven characters in a hypothetical, but realistic, case.
    Author(s) Kathleen Eggleson Joshua Dempsey
    Contributor(s) Kathleen Eggleson
    Year 2016
Cite this page: "Ethics When Biocomplexity Meets Human Complexity (Role-Play Workshop) and Nanosilver Linings Case" Online Ethics Center for Engineering 5/4/2016 OEC Accessed: Sunday, November 19, 2017 <www.onlineethics.org/Resources/InfusingExemplars/35742.aspx>