Dr Emmanuel Osuteye
Will I cause harm?: Practising Ethics Guides for built environment research
Dr Emmaunel Osuteye presents a guide on how to practice ethics in the built environment.
An open access project for built environment researchers and practitioners
‘Practising Ethics’ is an open-access educational tool for emerging and established built environment practitioners to teach themselves how to identify ethical dilemmas that may arise in research and practice, negotiate their ethical responsibilities, and rehearse strategies to navigate unpredictable situations and environments with care and creativity.
This has been developed by Dr David Roberts, Prof Jane Rendell, Dr Yael Padan, Ariana Markowitz, Dr Emmanuel Osuteye at the Bartlett.
Learn more about the series of Practising Ethics Guides here
Name Dr Emmanuel Osuteye (he/him)
Department: The Bartlett Development Planning Unit, The Bartlett School of Architecture
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