Everyday Ethics Everyday Ethics is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran broadcaster Craig Kopp, featuring media ethicist Kelly McBride of the Poynter Institute, and medical ethicist Art Caplan of NYU's Langone Medical Center. Each week we take a look at many of the common situations we all find ourselves in, and break them down to better understand the ethical considerations surrounding them. Know the difference between what you have a right to do and what's right to do.
Everyday Ethics

Everyday Ethics

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Everyday Ethics is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran broadcaster Craig Kopp, featuring media ethicist Kelly McBride of the Poynter Institute, and medical ethicist Art Caplan of NYU's Langone Medical Center. Each week we take a look at many of the common situations we all find ourselves in, and break them down to better understand the ethical considerations surrounding them. Know the difference between what you have a right to do and what's right to do.More from Everyday Ethics »

Most Recent Episodes

Charlie Gard

This episode is a tough one to listen to, but it's a matter that potentially affects all of us. What do we do when medical science can't help our suffering infants?

Foul Language

When White House Communications Directors are giving F-bomb-laced interviews to reporters, it's probably time to have a discussion on the ethics of fowl language...

Competitive Eating

Competitive eating—competitions where people cram upwards of 70 hot dogs down their throats in under 10 minutes—is on the rise. Is it a symptom of the greater breakdown of ethics in our society, or is it just good fun?

Celebrity Quackery

Gwyneth Paltrow is currently hawking her line of pseudoscientific quackery, and it makes us wonder why people give celebrities a pass. So let's get to the bottom of this, shall we?

Femvertising

When advertising cozies up with movements like feminism in order to sell their products, is that ethical?

Perpetually Late

Is it unethical to be late all the time?

Shopping Cart Ethics

What could be more 'everyday' than shopping cart ethics? Yes, shopping cart ethics.

Homework

The amount of homework our kids take home seems to be doubling each year. Let's take a look at some of the ethics around homework, shall we?

Voice Modulation

We all use different voices for different times, whether we realize it or not. In some of these cases, there are some ethics to talk about. So basically in this episode we're talking about talking.

Tattoos

They're not necessarily symbols of rebellion anymore. They're art.

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