This step-by-step approach to untangling the complexities of ethics from the bestselling … Demystified brand is a trusted companion to a college (346,000 students annually) course or as a self-teaching guide for readers studying on their own.
About the Book
This easy-to-use guide from the popular Demystified series makes learning about ethics simple by walking readers step-by-step through the fundamentals of the subject. Each chapter concludes with a self-test that allows readers to track their progress, and a comprehensive final exam at the end of the book gives instant feedback on new knowledge.
Ethics Demystified lets readers to work at their own pace and provides them with the essentials of the subject. Readers will learn:
The important concepts of ethical theory
How to untangle moral dilemmas and questions of right conduct
Metaethics and how to understand ethical facts and judgments
How to define a “right action” with normative ethics
Applied ethics—from civil liberties and capital punishment to euthanasia and affirmative action
The role business ethics play in today’s corporate world
Following the easy-to-use format of the books in the bestselling … Demystified series, Ethics Demystified helps you truly comprehend this challenging subject a without overwhelming you with complexities or mystifying jargon.
Bestselling series: Since its launch in 2002, the 100+ books in the Demystified series have sold more than 1.6 million units for more than $14 million in revenue.
Unique features: Readers work at their own pace, and hands-on self tests and a “final exam” lets readers gauge their progress to ensure that they stay on track.
Large audience: In 2006, 368,000 college students studied ethics.
Current topic: Business ethics are becoming an important part of MBA programs.
Step-by-step, self-teaching approach lets readers build ethics knowledge at their own pace.
Chapter-ending quizzes, part-ending tests, and a final exam give readers instant feedback on their understanding of the topic. Ethics Demystified is an excellent self-teaching guide for: Undergraduate-level ethics and philosophy students (368,000 annual enrollment)
Independent readers who want to build a solid foundation in ethics in their spare time