專業倫理 (Professional Ethics): 科技倫理 、教學大綱授課名稱:專業倫理,科技倫理

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2007/9/7

專業倫理 (Professional Ethics): 科技倫理 、 教學大綱

授課名稱: 專業倫理,科技倫理 (一般專業倫理)

授課教師: Frank Budenholzer

柏殿宏( 辦公室 化學系 CH 227;電話 3564) e-mail: 001898@mail.fju.edu.tw

授課時間: 96 學年度第一學期,週五下午 1:40 ~ 3:30

教室: 化學系,CH 121

授課系級: 化學系 三 年級甲班

教學目標: (一)、使學生們認識,在化學專業中所會引起的倫理問題。

(二)、讓學生們處理他們自己在化學專業中所遇到的倫理問題。

(三)、幫助學生們來反省他們在倫理選擇時所根據的基礎與原則。

授課方式: (一) 、任課教師演講

(二)、 訪問演講 (三)、 學生報告

Syllabus: [9/21] Week 1 (1) Case study.

(1) The case study method.

(2) What is “professional ethics”?

(3) Professional Codes: 中國化學會化學家守則 [9/28] Week 2 教師節

[10/5] Week 3 (1) Kohlberg’s six stages of moral development.

(2) Religious and philosophical traditions.

[10/12] Week 4 Student presentations [10/19] Week 5 Student presentations [10/26] Week 6 Student presentations [11/2] Week 7 Student presentations [11/9] Week 8 Student presentations [11/16] Week 9 (期中考)

Grades: 一般專業倫理 40% 八週 ( 期中考前 ) Presentation: 8% (all students participate) Report: 32% (one grade for each group) Class participation: 0 to –24 % (attendance mandatory)

參考書 References

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(1) 輔仁大學理工學院倫理課程小組。1999。科技倫理。

(1) Committee on Science, Engineering, and Public Policy (National Academy of Science, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine). 1995. On Being a Scientist: Responsible Conduct in Research. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. (輔仁大學理工學院倫理課程小組。1999。怎樣當一位科學家:

科學研究中的負責行為。)

(2) Gendron, Louis. 1990. 基本倫理神學。台北:光啟出版社。

(3) Kohlberg, Lawrence. 1984. The Psychology of Moral Development: The Nature and Validity of Moral Stages. New York: Harper and Row.

(4) Kovac, Jeffrey. 2003. The Ethical Chemist: Professionalism and Ethics in Science. New York: Prentice Hall.

(5) Resnik, David. 1998. The Ethics of Science: An Introduction. London: Routledge.

[科技倫理‧譯者:何畫瑰‧台北:韋伯文化事業出版社、1999。]

(6) Stivers, Robert L.; Gudorf, Christine E.; Frazer Evans, Alice; Evans, Robert A.

1996. Christian Ethics: A Case Approach. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books.

(7) Whitbeck, Caroline. 1998. Ethics in Engineering Practice and Research.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998.

Professional Ethics – Case Analysis (1) Statement of the case.

(2) What is (are) the ethical problem(s)?

(3) Who are the main persons involved (stakeholders)?

(4) Are there legal issues? Professional codes?

(5) What are the values involved? What is the basis for an ethical decision?

Presentations: (1) Form ten groups of approximately five students each.

(1) Select an ethical case from those provided by the teacher or of the group’s own choosing.

(2) At least one week before the presentation, make appointment and review the case with the instructor. (Usually noontime.) (4) Presentation: MAXIMUM 40 MINUTES

(a) Presentation – short skit required, etc. ~ 10 minutes (b) Analysis ~ 12 minutes

 What is the ethical problem(s)?

 Who are the main persons involved? Stakeholders?

 Are there legal issues? Professional codes?

 What does your religious or philosophical tradition

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have to say? Basis for ethical decision.

 What would you do?

(c) Class discussion ~ 8 minutes (a) Conclusion ~ 8 minutes

Written report: Within two weeks of presentation, submit written report One report per group, possibly different opinions.

(a) Statement of the case, 1 page.

(b) Ethical Analysis, 1-3 pages typewritten.

 What is the ethical problem?

 Who are the main persons involved? Stakeholders?

 Legal issues? Professional codes?

(c) What does the tradition have to say? 1-2 pages.

 What values are involved?

 What does your religious tradition have to say?

 What is the basis for your ethical behavior?

(d) Conclusion -- what should be done, reasons. 1-2 pages.

 Student opinions.

 Your opinions (possibly different).

Requirements: (1) All students of each group must sign the front cover, indicating that they take responsibility for the content of the report.

(1) All references either from the world-wide-web or printed material must be clearly referenced. Failure to do so will lead to a failing grade. It should be clear which references refer to which sections of the report.

(2) Written reports must include a clear statement of the ethical problems, a description of the persons involved and a conclusion.

These must be written by the students themselves and not be taken from the web or other written text. Failure to do this will lead to a failing grade on the report.

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