Social ethics and S Guide - Resources and Review

JSCOPE is an organisation of military professionals, academics, and others formed to discuss ethical issues relevant to the military. The Conference meets each year in late January to present and discuss academic papers.
Electronic journal and web site looking at psychoanalytic and related psychodynamic approaches to bear on group, institutional, cultural and political processes. Includes an archive of contributions to the journal, writings under consideration, and a facility for reader feedback.
Extensive set of annotated links to current literature in ethics broken down by topic, covering moral theory, relativism, pluralism, religion, egoism, utilitarianism, deontology, duty, human rights, anti
theory, gender, race, multiculturalism, virtue, abortion, cloning, euthanasia, punishment, death penalty, ethnicity, sexism, sexual orientation, poverty, welfare, world hunger, animal rights, and environmental ethics. Types of resource include court decisions, statistical reports, books, monographs and articles.
Resources on business ethics, biomedical ethics, computer and information ethics, media ethics, professional ethics, science and technology ethics.
Selected articles from this bi
monthly magazine covering aspects of journalism from reporting, ethical conduct, new developments in technology and the experience of working as a reporter, editor or news gatherer in all media.
An automated catalogue of numerous mailing lists relevant to ethics, with descriptions and subscription details.
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