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Involving young people as co-researchers: some methodological issues
The purpose of this article is to introduce and consider some of the issues which may arise in research projects seeking to engage young people as co-researchers. The article will focus on the methodological challenges ...
How are Ethical Problems Resolved in a Paediatric Intensive Care?
(De Montfort University, 2012)
Few studies have explored how medical ethics works in practice specifically in terms of the social processes that result in a decision regarding an ethical problem. This is particularly so in the case of children’s intensive ...
Ethics and social responsibility in the Nigerian insurance industry: a multi-methods approach
(De Montfort University, 2010)
The concern about how business should behave as one of the dominant institutions in society, widely referred to as corporate social responsibility, has been a subject of interest among academics and practitioners all over ...
Finding Our Sea-Legs: Ethics, Experience and the Ocean of Stories
(Kingston University Press, 2009)
When it comes to ethics, it seems that we are all at sea. Since the beginning, the philosophers have always dreamed of finally reaching solid ground, but their proofs and demonstrations and laws have failed to bring us ...
Introducing Happiness: A Practical Guide
(Icon Books / Totem Books, 2012)
A brief and breezy guide to the various philosophies of happiness—from Zhuangzi to the world of Positive Psychology and from Epicurus to the Buddha—packed with entertaining and fun exercises. Introducing Happiness is also ...
Three Cups: The Anatomy of a Wasted Afternoon
Emmanuel Levinas wrote in his Nine Talmudic Readings that the café is, “a place of casual social intercourse, without mutual responsibility. One goes in not needing to. One sits down without being tired. One drinks without ...
What the Snorgh Taught me about Emmanuel Levinas
(Interdisciplinary Humanities Spring Issue 2012: Children's Literature, 2012-05)
When thinking about the relationship between philosophy and children’s literature, it is often assumed that philosophy should have the last word. In this view, if children’s literature has any philosophical interest at ...
Organ shortage: Ethics, law and pragmatism.
(Cambridge University Press, 2011-03-08)
Levinas, Storytelling and Anti-storytelling
(Bloomsbury Academic, 2013-02)
The telling of tales is always a troubling business, and the way in which we tell stories about ourselves and about others always involves a degree of ethical risk. Levinas, Storytelling and Anti-Storytelling explores the ...