Ethics in Science and Engineering
1. Explaining Ethics.
1.2 The Impact of Science and Engineering.
1.3 The Framework of Ethics.
1.4 Ethics in Professional Life.
2. Scientists and Engineers.
2.3 Scientific Disciplines.
2.4 Engineering Disciplines.
2.5 Expert Witness.
3. The Psychology and Philosophy of Ethics.
3.2 Ethical Responsibilities in Research.
3.3 Ethics in Science and Engineering.
3.4 A Phenomenological Theory of Ethics.
3.5 Conflicts of Interest.
4. Education of Scientists and Engineers.
4.2 The High School Experience.
4.3 The Baccalaureate Experience.
4.4 The Graduate Degree Experience.
4.5 Postdoctoral Education.
4.6 Morals and Values.
4.7 Evaluating Scientists and Engineers.
4.8 Intellectual Property.
5. Scientific and Engineering Societies.
5.2 Scientific Societies.
5.3 Engineering Societies.
5.4 Codes of Ethics and Ethical Standards.
5.5 Promoting Research Integrity.
5.6 The Effectiveness of Society Activities.
5.7 Academic Freedom.
6. Codes of Ethics and Ethical Standards.
6.3 Codes of Ethics.
6.4 The Premise Behind Codes of Ethics.
6.5 Codes of Ethics and Peer Reviews.
7. Integrity in Research.
7.2 The Nature and Conduct of Research.
7.3 Collecting Research Data.
7.4 The Controls.
8. Publication and Communication.
8.2 The Scientific and Engineering Literature.
8.3 The Journals.
8.4 Data Manipulation for Publication.
8.5 Detecting Falsified Data.
8.6 Peer Reviewers and Their Duties.
8.7 Duties and Responsibilities of a Journal Editor.
9. Enforcement of Codes of Ethics.
9.2 Following a Code of Ethics.
9.3 Enforcing a Code of Ethics
9.4 Reporting Misconduct.
9.5 Published Examples of Unethical Behavior.
Russell Foote earned his PhD in Sociology of Education in 2002 at The University of the West Indies. He has accumulated a range of teachingexperiences at the primary, secondary and tertiary education levels, in addition to administrative, research and community service. He also has publications that are used at every academic level.