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  This module is a resource for lecturers  

 

Core reading

 

This section provides a list of (mostly) open access materials that the lecturer could ask the students to read before taking a class based on this Module.

  • BBC Ethics Centre (2014). What is Ethics?   » This online reading provides short introductions to the main ideas and issues arising out of ethics.
  • The Ethics Centre (2018). What is Ethics?   » This online reading provides short introductions to the main ideas and issues arising out of ethics.
  • Luban, David (2003). Integrity: its causes and cures. Fordham Law Review, vol. 72, pp. 279-310.  » This article defines integrity, a core part of this Module, and then analyses the sociological research regarding why integrity is difficult to achieve. The article concludes with suggestions about how integrity might be achieved. This article is considerably more challenging than the suggested websites so lecturers should determine if it is appropriate for their students, but it will assist students to realistically face some of the challenges posed by integrity.
  • Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, Santa Clara University (2010). What is Ethics?   » The Markkula Center is a good resource for materials on integrity and ethics, and this entry briefly addresses the difference between ethics and law.