Through the analysis of forty ethical dilemmas drawn from real-life situations, Ethics in Action guides the reader through a process of moral deliberation that leads to the resolution of a variety of moral dilemmas. Fosters critical thinking by evaluating the reasons people give to support their choices and actions Challenges the paradigm of moral relativism that often impedes efforts to resolve moral dilemmas Incorporates international perspectives often lacking in texts published for a U.S. audienceSCHOOL. KIDS. WITH. MEDICAL. NEEDS. Justin Jones is a typical second- grader a with one exception: he has type-1 (insul- independent, ... must inject more insulin to metabolize the excess sugar; if the level is too low, the person must have a snack to get more sugar into the body. ... The problem is that Justina#39;s school, like increasingly many schools, does not have a nurse. ... do. To add insult to injury, Ms Jones is not paid for the time away from her 494 CASES AND COMMENTARIES.
|Title||:||Ethics In Action|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2009|