Melbourne University Press (1996)

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Margaret Coady
University of Melbourne
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In Codes of Ethics and the Professions 12 contributors, including philosophers, historians, lawyers, nurses, psychiatrists, and a journalist seek answers to a range of tough questions. Do we need codes of ethics? How do we go about creating them? Can codes of ethics be misused and abused? How should they be enforced, regulated and revised?
Keywords Professional ethics  Professional ethics
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ISBN(s) 0522847013   9780522847017
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