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POSTDOC - Laurentian University

Postdoctoral Researcher, Ethics of Ecological Research
Laurentian University and the Centre for Evolutionary Ecology & Ethical Conservation (CEEEC)
Applications open until position is filled. 234 more words

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Posthumanist postcolonialism?

In 1987, a group of leading conservation biologists called for a “new age of exploration and classification of the biosphere on a scale to rival that of the colonization of the new world”. 2,742 more words

Anthropocentrism

POSTDOC - Ethical-Epistemic Analyses for Sust. Climate Risk Mgmt, Penn State

Postdoctoral Researcher in Coupled Ethical-Epistemic Analyses for Sustainable Climate Risk Management (Fixed term)
Pennsylvannia State University
AOS: Philosophy of Science, Environmental Philosophy, Ethics
Deadline: March 23, 2015 326 more words

Environmental Ethics

Blog #1: Fears from Facebook

Anytime you create a membership on a website or social media service you give away personal information about your identity. The more you use and contribute to the site, the more owners and other users are able to gather knowledge about you. 515 more words

Applied Ethics

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The Cooper article was very interesting about mass media and the ethical issues. A survey was conducted and asked what mass media behaviors concerns them the most? 638 more words

Applied Ethics

Is Modern Media Ethical?

Tom Cooper wrote an article depicting the factual evidence of people’s perspectives of the media. Now, there is a variety of media: Internet, tele, journalism, video game, cell phones, and more. 862 more words

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Privacy: A Major Concern in Media Ethics

With the amount of media platforms and increasing technologies in the world today, it is clear that there are many ethical concerns involving the media. According to the research in Between the Summits: What Americans Think About Media Ethics, the most prevalent concerns among Americans include media bias, media dishonesty, invasion of privacy and inaccuracy (Cooper, 18). 720 more words

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