Essay On Code Of Ethics In Engineering

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ETHICAL ISSUES ABOUT MILLIKAN'S CASE Engineers should have some fundamental characteristics without their position, job or wage. Because, engineers build the future of society, so if these developers of society would not have basic rules, it causes to stop developing both technology and science. An engineer has responsibilities to the public and other engineers. Some of those and behaviors that should an engineering exhibit are entitled as Codes of Ethics. In time, some foundations established to standardize these responsibilities and rules of being a good engineer. For example, National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) Code of Ethics influences all engineers who live in different places of the world. Therefore, engineers who relate to NSPE behave and live as a global engineer. If they go another country or continent, they would find other engineers who believe common values.
However, in the history of science these regulations, did not exist for a long time. When progress in science started being fast especially in the nineteenth century, to determine some ethics rules became essential. A very famous example of this context belonged Robert Andrews Millikan. He had an important role in science history with
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They shall not offer any gift or other valuable consideration to secure work. They shall not pay a commission, percentage, or brokerage fee with secure work, except to a bona fide employee or bona fide established commercial or marketing agencies retained by them. “[2] and also, according to the tenth rule of IEEE’s Code of
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