How we in the justice field may inherit values?
Explain notion of subculture in policing and corrections?
Explain notion of De-individuation?
Explain Moral Philosophy?
What is the concept of philosophizing?
Explain potential dangers of gullibility and mindlessness?
Explain Dr. Martin Luther King's ideas about good laws and bad laws?
What is the difference between ethics and morals?
Explain the term Moral Dilemma?
Explain what we might mean by the term a wise person?
What is libertarianism ?
What is Determinism?
Explain utilitarianism and identify two major writers who developed the concept?
Explain the principle of equal respect?
The principle of equal respect?
List and explain some ideas about justice developed by Plato, Socrates, Aristotle, Hobbes, Kant and Sartre?
Explain Plato's idea that how we behave is closely linked to the thinking we do about our behavior.
Explain Socrates ideas about teaching (called the Socrates method)?
Explains Aristotle's contribution to philosophical thought in terms of his ideas about logic?
Explain what Hobbs meant by Social Contract?
Explain what Kant meant by the categorical imperative?
Explain Sartre's view that "man is condemned to be free"?
Explain what we mean by teaching ethics?
Explain what the purpose of ethics education might be?
Identify reasons for including ethics education in curricula?
Explain what is meant by advice-giving by a teacher?
Identify in what situations should advice giving may be appropriate?
Explain the collaborative approach to ethics education?
Identify and explain some dangers with respect to the role of the ethics educator?
Describe the notion of teacher influence?
Explain why the teacher-student dynamic is a particularly awkward one in the context of ethics education?
Identify at least one reason why students sometimes do not trust a teachers invitation for them to think critically and independently?
Identify four characteristics of critical thinkers?
Explain the significance of including a discussion of subculture in a book about ethics?
Explain what we mean by the terms subculture and sub culture restraints?
List six norms that characterize police and correctional officer subculture?
Identify two or more significant norms in police and corrections officers sub culture?
Explain why police and corrections sub culture norms may be more compelling on officers than sub culture norms in most other work places?
Explain why it may be risky for police and corrections officers to talk openly about the group norms that govern their conduct?
Identify (3) key ideas that practitioners have about officer subculture and sub culture constraints?
Explain why sub cultural restraints may make it difficult for officers to make autonomous moral decisions at work?
Explain the terms loyalty and solidarity in the context of a criminal justice sub culture?
Explain why there may be a link between officer and offender sub culture?
Identify one reason why some officers may take a moral stand on certain issues and be ostracized by their colleagues?
Explain why members of a sub culture need to identify common "enemies" and what effect this has on the group?
Explain how sub culture pressures can sometimes affect the choices officers make?
Explain William Tafoya's concept of the vortex?
Explain how the roots of officer wrongdoing may reside in allegiance to the solidarity norm?
Identify two possible ways in which an officers moral choices can adversely affect his sense of personal and professional well being?
Explain the dilemmas are usually complex?
Explain why it is that however we respond to some dilemmas, we will feel that we are in a no win situation?
Explain what is meant by by the phrase "the choice really may be one between self respect and colleague respect?
Identify (2) ideas that some officers have expressed that may help to explain how some officers deal with dilemmas they experienced on the job?
Identify the tools that may help our decision making when we are faced with a moral dilemma?
Explain why there may be a gender difference with respect to individual officers setting limits?
Explain what is meant by setting limits?
Explain the principles of benefit maximization and equal respect?
Explain what we mean by the imaginary video camera?
Explain the general Idea of Critical Thinking?
Explain what we mean by critical in critical thinking?
Identify Five elements of critical thinking?
Explain how thinking about moral stages may help our moral decision making?