[SIGCIS-Members] Codes of ethics/conduct in engineering

Roger Johnson rgj at dcs.bbk.ac.uk
Mon Aug 12 01:43:26 PDT 2013

I presume you will already be familiar with the detailed analysis done by IFIP SIG 9.2.2. For example, Ethics of Computing: Codes, Spaces for Discussion and Law, Jacques BERLEUR & Klaus BRUNNSTEIN, Eds., A Handbook prepared by the IFIP Ethics Task Group, London: Chapman & Hall, 1996, 336 p., ISBN 0-412-72620-3.

Good wishes

Roger Johnson

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From: members-bounces at sigcis.org [mailto:members-bounces at sigcis.org] On Behalf Of M. Hicks
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Subject: [SIGCIS-Members] Codes of ethics/conduct in engineering

Hi all,

I'm looking for historical studies on codes of ethics or codes of conduct for engineers--codes created by and for practitioners in a particular field, such as electrical engineering. I would like to find articles or books that evaluate and explain the evolution of some professional engineering codes of conduct/ethics over time, either specific to one field or more broadly for engineering in general. Does anyone know of any references?



Marie Hicks, Ph.D.
Asst. Professor, History of Technology
Illinois Institute of Technology
Chicago, IL USA
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