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Secondary Title A Second Story

Added04/12/2006

Updated02/12/2016

Authoring Institution Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE)
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Contributor(s) Brian Schrag
Notes Brian Schrag, ed., Research Ethics: Cases and Commentaries, Volume 4, Bloomington, Indiana: Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, 2000
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Rights The Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE) grants permission to use these case and commentary material with the citation indicated above.
Year 2001
Publisher provided Keywords Case Cases Conflict Historical interest issues of professional research RESPONSIBILITY Type: University
Publisher Association for Practical and Professional Ethics
Language English
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Cite this page: "A Second Story" Online Ethics Center for Engineering 4/12/2006 OEC Accessed: Wednesday, November 14, 2018 <www.onlineethics.org/Resources/gradres/gradresv4/story.aspx>