This book contains all the content covered by the web lectures and will cover various aspects of RI, in an effort to provide an in-depth insight into applied ethics of technology and engineering, innovation management, stakeholder dialogues, risk perception, controversy and emotions, and science communication. The reader will also find interesting examples and case studies at relevant sections, casting light on the real-world applicability of these concepts across a host of different domains. The primary objective then is to demonstrate how to think about, and translate moral values as technical requirements for new technologies. Moreover, the book covers how to articulate value conflicts and think of creative (and moral) solutions for these quandaries.


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Authors: Srivatsa, N., Kaliarnta, S., & Groot Kormelink, J. (Eds.)
Publication year: 2017
Language: English (EN)
Level of knowledge: Introductory: no previous knowledge is required
Usage rights: Rights belong to the authors of the book

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