Ethics: A discourse of power

  title={Ethics: A discourse of power},
  author={Robert Muffoletto},
ConclusionIn conclusion, moral and ethical criteria generated by normalized reality, steers and directs what we who practice in the field of educational technology do. The challenge for us is to see and to understand our field as a construct within a particular tradition at a particular point in time. As national boundaries dissolve, time is reformatted, and distance (space) becomes almost non-existent, the challenge is to understand and honor different ethical perspectives, while at the same… 

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