1971-02-01

Technological Morality and the Automotive Engineer 710003

The roles and responsibilities in this era of technological morality raise questions concerning active participation of engineers in ordinary day-to-day problems. Items of current interest, such as waste disposal, summer “brownouts,” locations of powerplants and their possible detrimental effects on ecology, are discussed; the feasibility of providing qualified group judgment on national policy is shown; the ways and means of publicizing the overall problems are presented.

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