Siri Granum Carson

Siri Granum Carson
Norwegian University of Science and Technology | NTNU · Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies

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August 2009 - present
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
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  • Professor (Associate)

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Publications (23)
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Taking issue with sustainable governance involves careful consideration of social, economic, and environmental dimensions of sustainability, and the interplay of those dimensions in political processes and decision-making. The current issue of Etikk i Praksis contributes to this task by offering analysis of central concepts in the discourse of sust...
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This issue provides readers the opportunity to broaden understanding of methods used in applied ethics. We hope you will be inspired to decide on which method, or a combination of different ones, to use towards achieving reflective balance that can enhance understanding of all considerations relevant to deciding what should be done. Like tools, met...
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Four papers are included in this November 2018 special issue Open Section. First is by Bjørn Hofmann and Siri Granum Carson titled Filosofiens rolle i det offentlige ordskiftet: Hvordan har debatten om sorteringssamfunnet i 2017 påvirket forholdet mellom filosofi og samfunn? En innholdsanalyse (The role of philosophy in public debate - A content an...
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This open themed issue of Etikk i praksis compiles five diverse papers that overlap at key conceptual intersections around trust, care and responsibilities across national boundaries. Our globalized social environments have become more and more complex, and the information needed to understand society and our moral responsibilities have grown ever...
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p class="Paragraph">The editors of Etikk i praksis are pleased to introduce six papers in this open-themed issue for the journal’s 10<sup>th</sup> year anniversary.</p
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The aim of this paper is to compare the historical and cultural contexts of CSR in Scandinavia and the Mediterranean-European Area. The theoretical point of departure for the study is Matten and Moon’s distinction between implicit and explicit CSR, and their claim that while Europe historically has been an implicit CSR regime, the continent is now...
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In a world where issues of food safety and food security are increasingly important, the social responsibility of central actors in the food chain—producers and the main grocery chains—becomes more pressing. As a response, these actors move from implicitly assuming social responsibilities implied in laws, regulations and ethical customs, towards ex...
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Temanummer om «etikkbølgen» i yrkesutdanning og -praksisHøstens utgave av Etikk i praksis er et temanummer om «etikkbølgen» innen yrkesutdanning og -praksis, altså tendensen til å gjøre etikk til et eksplisitt tema for fag, kurs, kodekser og retningslinjer innen ulike profesjoner og utdanningsløp. Den tematiske delen består av fire artikler som omh...
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Dette nummeret av tidsskriftet er et åpent nummer. Der fire av fem bidrag handler om profesjonsetikk. Ett av disse drøfter profesjonsetikk mer generelt, mens de andre tre fokuserer på bestemte profesjoner. Det ene bidraget drøfter spionvirksomhet, mens de andre to ser på toppfotball og global helseetikk. I tillegg har vi et bidrag som sammenlikner...
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Norwegian farming is among the most subsidized and protected areas of food production in the world. In a world where issues of food safety and food security are increasingly important, the social responsibility of central actors in the food chain - producers and the main grocery chains - becomes more pressing. As a response, these actors move from...
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Dette nummeret av Etikk i praksis – Nordic Journal of Applied Ethics er et temanummer om styring av naturressurser. Den tematiske delen inneholder tre artikler, mens den åpne delen har to artikler som drøfter svært dagsaktuelle tema.http://dx.doi.org/10.5324/eip.v8i1.1799
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Dette nummeret av Etikk i praksis – Nordic Journal of Applied Ethics er kommet i stand i stafettpinneskiftet mellom avtroppende og påtroppende redaksjon. Vi byr på bidrag fra et variert utsnitt av det mangfoldige forskningsfeltet som omfattes av anvendt etikk. Tematisk er det bredde i utvalget, men felles for alle bidragene er at de drøfter svært r...
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The aim of this article is to explain the transition from implicit CSR to explicit CSR that has taken place in Scandinavia over the last two decades. Matten and Moon’s (Academy of Management Review, 33:404–424, 2008) distinction between implicit and explicit CSR is the point of departure for the analysis, which is based on case studies of two Norwe...
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This introduction points to the divergent factors relevant to the topic of CSR, clearly indicating the need for multidisciplinary and cross-disciplinary approaches to this research area. This is reflected in the way CSR has developed at NTNU. For the past 10 years, there has been a focus on CSR in different ways; in course curricula, research proje...

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Deep Sea Mining (DSM) involves retrieving mineral deposits from the ocean floor at great depths and in ecologically complex environments. I look at normative questions of relevance to decision-making with regard to this emerging technology. I critically examine the argument that there is a need for minerals from DSM in order to manage the transition to 'green' economies. How can we assess the validity and normative significance of this argument? On a more general level, I develop a theory of how to assess the moral significance of needs and needs-based arguments, which I call the Relational Account of needs.
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Doctoral project. Part of the NTNU Oceans Pilot Programme on Deep Sea Mining, which is an interdisciplinary research project on deep sea mining, i.e. the prospect of retrieving minerals from the ocean floor at great depths. Includes research in geology, biology, ethics, environmental studies, history and technology. https://www.ntnu.edu/oceans/deep-sea-mining