Module 1.2: International Accountability
International-level mechanisms that hold researchers, research institutes, firms, or others accountable to society are often misunderstood or ignored in current science and engineering curricula. This module will discuss accountability in terms of innovation, self-regulation, scientific unions, corporate pressures, public and private standards, and corporation-specific campaigns and social movements.
Peterson, MJ, "Module 1.2: International Accountability" (2008). Ethics in Science and Engineering National Clearinghouse. 319.
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Cultural Assimilation, International Perspectives on Research Ethics
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