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CORE Issues in Professional and Research Ethics (ISSN: 2160-8784) strives to advance scholarship on ethics in professional practice and in the responsible conduct of research. CORE Issues publishes original articles of potential interest to academic administrators, ethics instructors, students, and scholars across all academic disciplines, as well as practicing science researchers and engineers.

Editor: Nicholas C. Burbules
Managing Editor: Megan Hayes Mahoney

Now Accepting Submissions

CORE Issues publishes three types of articles: regular articles, review articles, and book reviews. Regular articles should report original scholarship on current and emerging ethical issues across disciplines, on teaching methods, responses to ethical dilemmas, assessment and evaluation, etc.; they should build upon existing research and scholarship. Review articles should synthesize and critique the scholarly literature on a particular topic. Book reviews should assess specific texts for their value and insights and evaluate their usefulness to any particular audience(s).

For further information on submission and formatting guidelines, see Instructions for Authors.

Current Articles

The Ethical Issues of Dual-Use and the Life Sciences by Louise Bezuidenhout and Brian Rappert

The Importance of Formative Assessment and Curricular Alignment in Professional Ethics Education: Some Practical Tools by Matthew W. Keefer

Why is Ecological Ethics Necessary? by Dan Perry, Mark C. Wallace, Gad Perry, Howard Curzer, and Peter Muhlberger

Authorship in Scientific and Academic Research by Kenneth D. Pimple

Ethical Issues in Participatory Sensing by Katie Shilton and Deborah Estrin

Reproducible Research by Paul A. Thompson and Andrew Burnett