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From the PublisherFor those for whom the polemics ring true, this work may deserve a welcomed place on their bookshelf. From everyone else, it provides a framework for exploring and introducing moral reasoning in the classroom.
The Journal of Academic Librarianship
Conscience of the Campus succeeds admirably in thoroughly and concisely laying out a host of moral-legal issues that we on college campuses should discuss with our students….very useful.
…likely to generate serious discussion in almost any academic discipline….a helpful tool toward addressing one of the pressing concerns of academic life—the conscience of the campus community.
Journal of College Student Development
"The authors have written an engaging little book peppered with numerous and varied ethical case studies and examples of moral reasoning in action—all with the intention of sparking a meaningful dialectic in the academic classroom and beyond. … To my delight, the interlocutor method employed by the authors renders this book very relevant to today's college student. … this text is a very welcomed addition (albeit late) to the scholarship of teaching ethics and moral reasoning in college, and I recommend it with enthusiasm."