174. Occupational ethics books
Harriet Washington Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans From Colonial Times to the Present, 2007.
Why do so many African Americans look at the medical and scientific establishment with distrust? Award-winning author Harriet Washington provides a well-researched, comprehensive history of medical experimentation performed on African Americans from the years of slavery to modern times.
177 Ethics of social relations
Margo Silk Forrest A Short Course in Kindness: A Little Book on the Importance of Love and the Relative Unimportance of Just About Everything Else, 2003.
While kindness is often equated with being nice, that is only a small part of it. According to Margo Silk Forrest, kindness can be a powerful agent for social change. She provides techniques to help you learn to empathize with others and simple ways to share kindness in your everyday life, even with yourself.
Azim Jamal The Power of Giving; How Giving Back Enriches Us All, 2009.
Management consultant Azim Jamal reminds us that what we give to others will come back to us in measure. With plenty of ideas on ways we can bring help, kindness, and hope to others, he assures us that the results will enhance our relationships and careers.
Nawang Khechog Awakening Kindness Finding Joy through Compassion for Others, 2010.
Former Tibetan monk Nawang Khechog shares how kindness is more than good, it is one of the best qualities of humanity. Sharing kindness, compassion, and love are the only way for any of us to find true happiness. He provides mantras, meditations, and other practices to help us access these qualities that are already a part of ourselves.
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