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This reader-friendly and interactive text offers a combination of ethical theory and practical application in the form of discussions and exercises geared to the major social and global ethical issues facing Canadians today. It encourages self-reflection by asking questions and leaving space for answers within the text, and through worksheets for you to fill out.
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“This Canadian text cannot tell readers what the ultimate right and wrong or good and bad is. Its intent is to make the readers’ own ethical judgments more conscious, more broadly considered and more ethically informed.”...from the Introduction.
By offering a combination of ethical theory and practical application, the author has created a text that is reader-friendly and interactive for college students and adult learners taking their first course in Ethics. It has three parts: Part I, UNDERSTANDING THE FOUNDATIONS OF ETHICS; Part II: CURRENT ISSUES FOR CANADIANS;
Part III: DEVELOPING AN ETHICAL LIFESTYLE.
Canadian students will relate well to the content because it applies theory in discussions, case studies and exercises on issues and dilemmas, be those personal, communal, national or global, which are part of our experience as Canadians. Reflective questions and worksheets are included throughout the text for students to complete. Students are thus asked to think about and respond to the content as they are reading it, for a deeper learning experience.About the Author:
Jane Anne McLachlan, Conestoga College.
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Book Description Pearson Education Canada, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110135041406
Book Description Pearson Education Canada, 2009. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0135041406