Ethics written out
Welcome to the Erickson Library's Ethics guide. You'll find tabs at the top that will lead you to additional information with print and online resources. 

The Erickson Library is here to help you find credible and reliable information. Please feel free to call or email with any of your research questions!
Finding background information on your subject is helpful before you dive into subject specific databases. Credo Reference (link below) is a great place to start to gather ideas for keywords.

A few keywords to try: ethics, morality, code of ethics.

Visit the Articles tab to get more tips on using keywords in databases.

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Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Open access encyclopedia of articles on philosophical topics
Words of Wisdom: Intro to Philosophy
Textbook for use in Ethics or Intro to Philosophy
Ebsco eBook Collection
You'll need to log-in with your StarID and password to access the Ebsco eBook Collection.

Book JacketEncyclopedia of Ethics by Arlene Romero

Book JacketEthics and Moral Philosophy by Thom Brooks

Book JacketA Guide to Ethics and Moral Philosophy by Brent Adkins

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Keyword Search Tips
1. Useful keywords: ethics, morality, code of ethics, professional ethics
2. Break down your topic into smaller concepts and identify synonyms.
3. Use and to combine keywords, i.e. "ethics and philosophy"
4. Use or to expand your results, i.e. "ethics or morality"
5. Use "quotaton marks" to search keywords as a phrase, i.e. "code of ethics"
6. Use an asterik* to search multiple endings, i.e. ethic* will search ethics, ethical, etc.
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