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Parkville
Secondary Title Engineering Ethics: Concepts and Cases

Added06/19/2006

Updated02/04/2016

Author(s) Charles E. Harris, Jr Michael Pritchard Michael J. Rabins
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Notes Harris , Charles E.; Pritchard, Michael S.; Rabins, Michael J. , Engineering Ethics: Concepts and Cases, Wadsworth Cengage Learning, Belmont, CA, 2009, http://wadsworth.com/philosophy_d/templates/student_resources/0534605796_harris/cases/Cases.htm, (OCoLC)ocn226974925 (IITdb)750174 GBA861279 014601531 (OCoLC)226974925 Charles E. Harris, Michael S. Pritchard, Michael J. Rabins. ill. ; 24 cm. Previous ed.: 2005. Includes bibliographical references (p. 300-308) and index.
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Year 1995
Publisher provided Keywords business Conflict Conflict of Interest Employer/Employee Employer/Employee Relationships ENGINEERING
Publisher Wadsworth Publishing Co.
Language English
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