Social Issues and Ethics:
Resources and Links
The following links are provided as an on-line resource guide for Derek
Stanovsky's course, Social Issues and Ethics,
taught at Appalachian State University for the Department
of Philosophy and Religion.
Remember, in addition to these web based resources there is another
wonderful resource called the library.
Use it. The Appalachian State library also maintains an extensive list
catalogs to help you search for books
General resources on social issues and ethics include:
Pages specific to the authors and issues we will be discussing this
Alger resources from Bill Roach including links to:
Census Bureau Poverty Statistics.
Unger's home page, including an abridged e-text of his book Living
High & Letting Die.
K. LeGuin web page by Laura Quilter including links, interviews and
Honey In the Rock, with discography, concert dates and other information.
For more information on the topics dealt with
in Barbara Katz Rothman's The Tentative Pregnancy, see the following
resource pages on Reproductive
and Disability Rights
as well as the NARAL home page.
Brecht International Society home page, containing up-to-date links
and information. Brief information on Brecht's life,
and his continuing influence
are also available on-line.
United Nations Declaration
of Universal Human Rights.
Robin D. G. Kelley, a Response
to Eugene Rivers on Black Nationalism in the Boston Review,
general resources on Race and
Multiculturalism, as well as other resources on Race.
Gilliam page, including an interview
on the making of Brazil. There is also a Brazil
FAQ page for those mystified by the movie, and the cast
and credits along with much other information is available from the
Internet Movie Database.