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are always an interesting topic come lecture day. How should the topic be introduced? How should it be discussed? What does it mean to be ethical? My conclusion was to ask them the same questions. 

I spent the majority of class presenting various ethical dilemmas and allowing students to argue whether the situations were ethical or unethical and why. Lets say the day concluded with the decision not to leave my wallet unattended in my 8am class. 

Here are a few of the "dilemmas" I presented...what would you do?

  • Do you have a responsibility to tell the cashier that she or he undercharged you?
  • Is it unethical for spouses of police officers to get out of tickets?
  • Is it ethical to smoke around children?
  • Do you have an ethical responsibility to leave a tip if your waiter provided "good service"?


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I talk WAY too much about absolutely nothing, but it's my own way of getting to what actually matters. Too analytical but at times it comes in handy. Enjoy hearing peoples stories. Get bugged by stereo-type people. Bad speller. Secretly lazy. Quasi OCD. Carry a constant frustration for the marginalization within America. Sarcastic. Suffer from (UL) aka uncontrollable laughter...never know when it's going to hit.

On my night stand

  • Foster's: Celebration of Discipline
  • Gawande's : Better
  • Macarthur's: New Testiment Commentary
  • Orman: Women & Money
  • Pausch's: The Last Lecture
  • Rowling's: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
  • Safran's: Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
  • Young's: The Shack

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