Ethics and the Practice of Architecture

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INDEX
Abramovitz, Ava, cited, 157, 158–159
ACSA (Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture), 44, 107
ethical themes of conferences, 44
agathos, 43
AIA (American Institute of Architects), 5, 107, 109, 113
adopts code of ethics, 108
Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct Decisions, 127
Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct, 2, 17–18, 78, 109, 113, 115, 116–117, 121, 123, 152
full text, 269–274
Canons, 116
Ethical Standards, 117
Rules of Conduct, 117
code of ethics
changes to, 115–116
emphasis of, 116
common good, 116
community responsibility, 116
professionalism in practice, 116
service to the public, 116
early history of, 113
founding principles, 113–114
membership
alternative career members, 119
women members, 68
National Judicial Council, 116, 127
Professional Interest Areas (PIA's), 127
Statement of Voluntary Ethical Principles, 116
Alberti, Leon Battista, 38, 39, 40, 72, 82
On The Art of Building in Ten Books, cited, 39, 83
Alternative careers, 117–120
career options, Table, 118
ethical issues, 118–120
in-house architects, 118–120
American Institute of Architects, see AIA
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), 127
applied ethics, 30
Aquinas, Thomas, 60
Architect, definition of, 7, 72,
dictionary definition of, 72
Architect, ethical duty(ies) of, 7, 57, 73, 78, 82, 85
Architect, process to become an, 108–110
internship, 73, 108, 109, 110
licensing, 73, 108
registration exams, 110
university education, 107, 108
Architect, professional character, 120–123
leadership, 120–122
integrity and honesty, 122–123
personal conduct, 123
Architect, professional development, 125–127
AIA Professional Interest Areas (PIA's), 127
continuing education, 126–127, 148
how architects learn, 126
maintaining competency, 125, 148
NCARB Architect Development Verification Program (ADVP), 126
Architect, professional roles
activities and ethical issues, 160–165, overview Chart, 161
consultant firm/in-house A., 164
contractor/in-house A., 164
corporate/in-house A., 163
developer/in-house A., 164
educator/researcher, 165
government/code official, 162
government/policy administrator, 162
government/program administrator, 162
government/project management, 163
institutional/in-house A., 163
volunteer, 165
Architect, virtue(s) of, 48, 57, 58, 74

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I - Awareness 10
  • Part II - Understanding 104
  • Part III - Choices 178
  • Epilogue 258
  • Appendix I 259
  • Appendix II 269
  • Appendix III 275
  • Appendix IV 285
  • Notes to the Text 293
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