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Talk With Your Kids: Ethics电子书

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作       者:Michael Parker

出  版  社:Ventura Press

出版时间:2014-05-01

字       数:19.2万

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"Would you rather your child was smart or good? Talk With Your Kids: Ethics has over 100 conversational and interactive questions for parents to discuss with their children to help decipher their child's stance on ethics, and hopefully sharpen the right values . Academic achievement is not the only important aspect of raising children. Michael says that parents also need to think consciously as to how we develop the next generation to be ethical thinkers and decent members of society. Talk With Your Kids asks universal questions perfectly pitched to 10 to 15 year olds. From Cyber-bullying, politics, terrorism, environment to crime and animal rights, every question that you have ever been asked is answered. Parents of varying opinions can choose a topic and lead the charge in a conversation that will engage, inspire and even divide their children. Ethics is written with the intention to raise more questions rather than answer them, drawing kids into an area of thinking that gets progressively trickier and murkier promoting deeper thinking. New York publishing house Black Dog & Leventhal published and distributed a US version of the book America wide, where the topic of ethics is at the forefront of every conversation. Featured as Augusts Indie Choice by US booksellers, the message of this book is set to spread around the world.
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Cover

Title Page

Copyright

Acknowledgement

Dedication

Contents

Introduction

1. Music downloads and stealing

2. Stealing???

3. Stuck on a lifeboat (M)

4. Is stealing ever okay?

5. Ethical thinker — Plato

6. What is cheating at school?

7. Sport

8. Killing a madman (M)

9. G-rated parties

10. Being reciprocal

11. Gender relations (M)

12. World of liars

13. What makes a lie?

14. Is it ever okay to lie? (M)

15. Ethical thinker — Aristotle

16. More lies!!

17. Money, money, money and inheritance. (Justice between the generations) (M)

18. Alcohol (M)

19. Smoking

20. Using criteria

21. Death and taxes (M)

22. Rank the criminals (M)

23. Our grandchildren and the planet (M)

24. Should we accept asylum seekers? (M)

25. Ethical thinkers — Hobbes and Locke

26. Rights of animals (M)

27. Should we eat meat?

28. How smart can kids be?

29. Killing animals (M)

30. What is a fact? What is an opinion?

31. Should we cage animals?

32. Bad consequences, right act? (M)

33. Donating to earthquake relief

34. Prejudice

35. Ethical thinkers — Hobbes and Rousseau

36. What is torture? (M)

37. Is torture ever okay? (M)

38. Torture continued (M)

39. Looting after disasters (M)

40. Ethical potholes at Dudgeon High

41. Saving survivors and reconstructing after an earthquake.

42. Fate — are people morally responsible? (M)

43. Free will and life factors

44. Is the old man evil?

45. Ethical thinker — Immanuel Kant (M)

46. Friendship (part one)

47. Killing people on a railway line

48. Accepting differences

49. Make up your own school rules

50. Generalisations

51. What is bullying?

52. Bullying continued

53. What should be done to bullies?

54. What is cyberbullying?

55. Ethical thinker — Jeremy Bentham (m)

56. Why cyberbullying is bad

57. Capital punishment (the death penalty) (m)

58. Making promises

59. Medical ethics and the government (M)

60. Being consistent

61. Medical ethics — testing drugs on prisoners

62. Medical ethics and kidney transplants

63. Discrimination

64. The good life pie

65. Ethical thinker — John Stuart Mill (m)

66. Duty

67. The cure for AIDS

68. Sex

69. Relationships, social standing and body image

70. Eleven lousy arguments

71. Parents, children and rules

72. Declaring war on Canada (m)

73. Acting ethically in the middle of a war (m)

74. Who are we responsible to for climate change?

75. Ethical thinker — Elizabeth Anscombe (and Aristotle) (M)

76. What to do about climate change

77. Changing lanes on the road (M)

78. Justice at the canteen

79. How to treat your brothers and sisters

80. Being comprehensive

81. Road ethics: letting people in (M)

82. Drugs

83. Health, drugs and young people

84. Speed limits on the road (m)

85. Ethical thinker — John Rawls and the mind game

86. A teenager’s car (m)

87. When is a ‘new life’ a human? (M)

88. Online etiquette and age restrictions

89. Housework

90. Universalising

91. The terrorist attack (M)

92. Euthanasia (M)

93. Secrets

94. Fighting

95. Ethical thinker — Lawrence Kohlberg and Heinz’s Dilemma

96. Ethics in business — zen bracelets

97. Business ethics — competition

98. Business ethics — staff

99. Sharing

100. Designer babies (part one) (M)

101. Designer babies (part two) PG)

102. Friendship (part two)

103. How to spread stuff around (part one)

104. How to spread stuff around (part two)

105. Martin Luther King Jr and non-violence

106. Pets (part one)

107. Pets (part two)

108. Rights and responsibilities

109. Violent computer games (m)

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