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Getting down to the business of teaching ethics. An inter-disciplinary case study

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McGrath, C., Fisher, R.M., Hanberg, A. et al. Getting down to the business of teaching ethics. An inter-disciplinary case study. International Journal of Ethics Education 4, 23–29 (2019).

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