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discuss and analyze the roles and responsibilities of computing professionals and interpret and make use of professional codes of ethics in relation to these roles and responsibilitiesbegin to identify and analyze assumptions and values embedded in technologies and technological systemsbegin to effectively communicate on matters relating to the social and professional issues surrounding computing. This includes the ability to appropriately defend and rebut arguments, to support conclusions and recommendations based on research, and to present ideas in a coherent, well-organized mannerTEXTBOOKSQuinn, M. J. (2016). Ethics for the Information Age Chapter 1: Catalysts for ChangeChapter 9: ProfessionalismRequired Online Readings Gotterbarn, Don. ‘Thinking professionally: professional computer ethics: ‘i didn’t do it’ is not good enough’, ACM SIGCSE Bulletin Volume 41 Issue 2, June 2009, Pages 65-66.Shinder, Deb. ‘Ethical issues for IT security professionals’ ComputerWorld, August 2, 2005.Nevo, Dorit and Wade, Michael R. How to Avoid Disappointment by Design Communications of the ACM, 50, Issue 4 (April 2007) , 43 – 48.ACM Code of Ethics and Professional ConductSoftware Engineering Code of Ethics and Professional PracticPAPER MUST BE 3-4 PAGES LONG