A Textbook on Professional Ethics and Human Values by R.S. Naagarazan

By R.S. Naagarazan

Frank and continuous feed again from the prestigious scholars and esteemed colleagues of the writer received in the course of educating, enthused him in shaping this e-book right into a useful current to the students pursuing engineering. This publication amply covers the up to date syllabus Ethics via Anna college. in addition to the elemental human values, Codes of ethics of significant Indian expert societies, special probability research with illustrative examples are incorporated. additional, twenty 4 crisp case experiences overlaying a large spectrum of issues in expert Ethics, short-answer questions, long-answer questions with tricks were appended to maintain the curiosity of the engineering scholars. in addition to the prescribed syllabus, ethics-related subject matters equivalent to Social Acceptability SA 8000, defense approach OHSAS 18001 and Engineer-Manager interactions have additionally been defined. the scholar neighborhood in addition to the instructing fraternity is sure to get pleasure from utilizing this ebook, not just from the teaching-learning perspective, but additionally for his or her expert profession and development.

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The pre-conventional level, which is same as that of Kohlberg’s first one, right conduct, is viewed in a selfish manner solely as what is good for oneself. The second level called conventional level, the importance is on not hurting others, and willing to sacrifice one’s own interest and help others. This is the characteristic feature of women. At the post-conventional level, a reasoned balance is found between caring about others and pursuing the self-interest. The balance one’s own need and the needs of others, is aimed while maintaining relationship based on mutual caring.

Individuals vary not only in the type of their character but also in the degree. Those whose lives are determined and directed by the prevailing habits, fashions, beliefs, attitudes, opinions and values of the society in which they live have at best a developed social as opposed to an individual character. The character is exhibited through conduct. Character is determined by the expectations of society. Many act and live within its norms, refusing to fall below the required social minimum, failing to rise above the maximum expected of a normal member of the group.

Sensitivity to genuine difficulties and subtleties, including willingness to undergo and tolerate some uncertainty while making decisions, 6. Using rational dialogue in resolving moral conflicts and developing tolerance of different perspectives among morally reasonable people, and 7. Maintaining moral integrity. Engineering Ethics 27 Autonomy which is the independence in making decisions and actions, is different from authority. Authority provides freedom for action, specified within limits, depending on the situation.

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