Archaeological Ethics Education in the University: A View from an Early Career Instructor

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Article Title

Archaeological Ethics Education in the University: A View from an Early Career Instructor

Journal Title

Teaching Ethics

Author(s)

McGill, Dru

Month of Publication

Spring

Year of Publication

2012

Volume Number

12

Issue Number

2

Article Pages

113-118

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http://search.ebscohost.com.myaccess.library.utoronto.ca/login.aspx?direct=true&db=eue&AN=83529962&site=ehost-live

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English

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Abstract: The author reports on teaching the topics of compliance and research ethics education in the university setting in the U.S. He said that he had a number of noteworthy experiences in the area as an instructor in the field of anthropology. Since 1960, archaeologists have been thinking about ethics at a profession-level.

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College teachers
Research ethics
Anthropology
Universities & colleges -- United States
United States

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