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Distance education ethics: How technique impacts morality and deontology

Abstract : Using a hybrid episteme of descriptive education science and prescriptive philosophy of education, I will question the problem of distance education ethics, focusing on how new techniques are impacting morality and deontology. I will focus on every aspect of these ethics: accessibility and neutrality of media as to what concerns morality; then transmission of values and engineering of organizational culture concerning deontology. I will finally study the relationship between morality and deontology, prescribing distance education elitism in order to promote a deontology that will not only be shaped by current morality but will also shape future generation ethics – education being a link between generations. Keywords
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Olivier Marty. Distance education ethics: How technique impacts morality and deontology. 2014. ⟨halshs-01233793⟩

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