Ethical Decision Making and Information Technology: An Introduction with Cases
McGraw Hill Higher Education
Ernest A. Kallman
2 Rev ed
This streamlined discussion of ethical issues in the decision-making process supports and supplements any introduction to CIS or MIS textbook. Chapter One defines ethics. Chapter Two relates ethics to the use of technology. Chapter Three applies a four-step analysis process to an ethical dilemma, illustrating how to reach a defensible decision. The remaining chapters of 18 cases challenge the student to apply the knowledge gained in Chapters 1-3 to recognize, evaluate, and react responsibly to an ethical dilemma. The class-test cases are based on real business situations. Case worksheets guide students in the case analysis. This edition offers new and expanded coverage of the Internet, privacy, and the ACM code. The Instructor's Manual contains case objectives, key ethical issues, discussion ideas, guidelines assigning and evaluating cases, strategies for managing classroom discussion, and lessons to be learned.
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