Ford Pinto Case - Research Article from Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics

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Automobiles;; Engineering Ethics.

Bibliography

Birsch, Douglas, and John Fielder. (1994). The Ford Pinto Case. Albany: State University of New York Press. Includes the basic documents needed to understand the case and articles that discuss the ethical issues related to it.

Cullen, Francis; William Maakesstad; and Gray Cavender. (1987). Corporate Crime under Attack: The Ford Pinto Trial and Beyond. Cincinnati, OH: Anderson Publishing. Contains a section on corporate crime and the movement to control it and another part on the Indiana criminal trial of ford motor company related to three pinto fire fatalities.

Strobel, Lee Patrick. (1980). Reckless Homicide? Ford's Pinto Trial. South Bend, IN: And Books. Discusses the Indiana criminal trial in which Ford Motor Company was found not guilty on three counts of reckless homicide.

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