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Sources of Bias in Ethical Decisions

Author: Megan Welle

Recognize common sources of bias in ethical decisions

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Notes on "Sources of Bias in Ethical Decisions"


(00:00 - 00:20) Introduction

(00:21 – 01:12) Definition

(01:13 – 04:32) Where does bias come from?

(04:33 – 06:06) Ethics in Action

(06:07 – 08:44) Summary

Terms to Know

An unfair preference for or against something