Ethics: An Introduction to Philosophy and Practice / Edition 1 available in Paperback
About the Author
Stephen J. Freeman is a professor of Counseling and Chair of the Department of Counselor Education at California State University, Sacramento. Dr. Freeman served on the graduate faculty at Texas Woman's University for 18 years where he was the Coordinator of the Counseling and Development Program. He also maintained a private practice in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Dr Freeman has published on a variety of topics relating to death, grief, and loss and is the author of the book ETHICS: AN INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY AND PRACTICE.
Table of ContentsPreface. PART ONE: ETHICAL ISSUES AND ETHICS CODES. 1. Problems of Ethics in the Helping Professions. 2. Codes of Ethics. PART TWO: THEORETICAL ORIENTATIONS TO ETHICS. 3. Introduction to Ethics. 4. Ethical Relativism: Knowledge or Opinion. 5. Consequentialism or Justice. 6. Kant and Deontology. 7. Natural Law Ethics: St. Thomas Aquinas. 8. Virtue Ethics. 9. Moral Ethical Development. 10. Feminist Ethics: A Different Voice. 11. The New Casuistry. PART THREE: ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES. 12. Ethics and the Law. 13. Ethical and Legal Issues in School Counseling. 14. Ethics: Research with Human Subjects. Epilogue. References. Appendices. Index.