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Applying an interdisciplinary approach to teaching computer ethics

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Tavani, H.T. ; Philos. Dept., Rivier Coll., Nashua, NH, USA

The question of who should teach courses on ethical aspects of technology continues to be debated in the computer ethics literature. A central question is whether such courses should be taught by philosophy faculty or by computer science/engineering faculty. This analysis focuses on computer ethics instruction within the undergraduate computer science curriculum.

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Technology and Society Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:21 ,  Issue: 3 )