180 Critical Thinking Questions

  1. Which topic, thought, or reported fact was the most interesting for you?
  2. Briefly describe something that you learned from this chapter.
  3. The human genome project raised several questions:
    A. Who should have access to personal genetic information, and how will it be used?
    B. Who owns and controls genetic information?
    C. How does personal genetic information affect an individual and society’s perceptions of that individual? How does genomic information affect members of minority communities?
  4. Explore or discuss how question A could be a question for the field of i) research ethics, ii) professional ethics, iii) common ethics, iv) personal ethics.
  5. Explore or discuss how question B could be a question for the field of i) research ethics, ii) professional ethics, iii) common ethics, iv) personal ethics.
  6. Explore or discuss how question(s) C could be a question for the field of i) research ethics, ii) professional ethics, iii) common ethics, iv) personal ethics.

 

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