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Title: 大学生を対象とした技術者倫理に関する討論式講義の研究
Other Titles: ダイガクセイ ヲ タイショウ トシタ ギジュツシャ リンリ ニ カンスル トウロンシキ コウギ ノ ケンキュウ
A study of a discussion-type-lecture class in civil and environmental engineering ethics for university student
Authors: 中村, 圭吾
小池, 則満
NAKAMURA, Keigo
KOIKE, Norimitsu
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2007
Publisher: 愛知工業大学
Abstract: The number of accidents due to human error are related to ethical problems in engineering has increased. but we are not able to ensure by taking technological measures. Instead we need to rely on ethics. In the previous study, the majority of students arrived at similar opinions, and as a result the discussion came to a stop with everyone’s agreement. There are a lot of examples of these types of discussion. There are various methods of conducting class based on these discussions. But the effect on the student is vague. And, the evaluation of the student is also difficult. So we believe to be necessary to present a highly complex problem with no easy solution for the student to discuss. In this class, I had the student engage in role-playing by taking the part of the engineer and other workers in a hypothetical business situation. In each hypothetical situation the students are required to make a judgment. Built into each situation are conditions that present the student with a dilemma. This paper will examine whether the students were sufficiently motivated to think seriously about the problem and whether they were successful at making a realistic judgment.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11133/1332
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