SO 220 Ethical Iss. in Social Sci.
F1M 2009 CH
Andrews, Claude ("Tweetybird")
Senior Adjunct Faculty
B. A., M. Div., M. ed., Ph. D. work ("ABD")For other information, location, and particulars, Tweetybird has a brief bio-sketch for those requesting it.
Home office: 147 Hoop Pole Creek Drive, Atlantic Beach, NC
Office hours may be individually arranged in terms of time and place as needed.
252-407-1485 (This is a "blind" pager--you may leave a very brief message or dial in number with area code.) Since Tweetybird is subject to be anywhere within (and out of) the state, the pager is the best way to contact him for fast contact--or either the e-mail addresses. If you do not wish him to return your call at "all hours," let him know of your own time frame. He does not have a "land-based" phone.
Fall I, (08/17/2009-10/11/2009)
4:45 - 7:15 PM (16:45-19:15)
An introductory social science class (i.e., SO141, PS101, CJ100, or SW205).
Textbook: ALL REQUIRED (the final six are tiny pocket guides at $4-6 each)
Israel & Hay Research Ethics for Social Scientists, (2006). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. ISBN-13: 9781412903905
Paul & Elder The Miniature Guide to Critical Thinking: Concepts and Tools, 2004, Dillon Beach, CA: Foundation for Critical Thinking. ISBN: 0944583105
Paul & Elder The Miniature Guide to Analytic Thinking, 2003, Dillion Beach, CA: Foundation for Critical Thinking. ISBN: 0944583199
Paul & Elder The Miniature Guide to Taking Charge of the Human Mind, 2002, The Miniature Guide to Taking Charge of the Human Mind, Dillon Beach, CA: Foundation for Critical Thinking. ISBN: 0944583148
Paul & Elder The Miniature Guide to Scientific Thinking, 2003, Dillon Beach, CA: Foundation for Critical Thinking. ISBN: 0944583180
Paul & Elder The Thinker's Guide to Ethical Reasoning, 2003, Dillon Beach, CA: Foundation for Critical Thinking. ISBN: 0944583172
Paul & Elder The Thinker's Guide to Critical & Creative Thinking, 2004, Dillon Beach, CA: Foundation for Critical Thinking, Dillon Beach, CA: Foundation for Critical Thinking. ISBN: 0944583261
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Instructor Learning Outcomes
800 - 899
700 - 799
Late Submission of Course Materials:
Classroom Rules of Conduct:
1A Ethical Thinking: Problems & Principles
"Taking Charge" & "Critical Thinking"
1B Ethical Thinking: Analysis & Critique
"Analytical Thinking" & "Critical & Creative"
2A Ethical Building: Responsible Science
"Ethical Reasoning" & "Scientific Thinking"
2B Ethical Building: Community of Science
Israel & Hay, Ch. 1 & web resources
3A Ethical Research: Principles & Codes
Israel & Hay, Ch. 2-4 & web resources
3B Ethical Research: Consent, Confidentiality & Harm
Israel & Hay, Ch. 5-7
4A Ethical Communication
Israel & Hay, Ch. 8 & 9
4B Ethical Application
UA8, CA, Final
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