Moral Concern for the Objects of Scientific Research
A utilitarian analysis of the scientific method, as well as ample precedence, show that explicit attitudes and values ought to be included among the learning outcomes in science education.
||scientific method, value education, ethics in science
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 6, pp.147-152.
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I began as a biologist (DiplBiol. Munich; MSc. Guelph), branched out into education (BEd. Toronto; MScT. McMaster)and bioethics (PhD. Otago). My research spans human ecology, science education and environmental ethics.
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