What do social networking sites and reality TV have in common?
Both are new entries in The Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics, the second edition of which is now available online. Ideally suited for undergraduate students, each article delivers a thorough description of its topic and concludes with a recommended reading list. You can also browse the table of contents to generate ideas for paper topics.
Jutta Seibert covers the new edition in her Philosophy topic blog: “The interested reader encounters a brave new world expressed in neologisms such as Savior Siblings, Genetic Exceptionalism, and Open Source Software, terminology which largely did not exist back in 1998.”
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