Based on the guiding principle: E- Social Responsibility (in the attachment). I need some help in discussing the guiding principle. In addition, I need to discuss 4 ethical standards from the list provided that could align with the selected principle and provide rationale for your belief in the importance of that principle. Please include references.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 9:23 am ad1c9bdddf
Based on the guiding principle: E- Social Responsibility
Discuss the guiding principle
Discuss 4 ethical standards from the list provided that could align with the selected principle and provide rationale for your belief in the importance of that principle. Please include references
The E: Social Responsibility requires educators to remain aware of their professional and scientific responsibility toward the communities and societies where they live and work. Researchers are responsible for making their research knowledge public for contributions to social good, and should always strive to maintain a pursuit toward serving the public's good while advancing scientific and scholarly ...
This solution explores the guiding principle of E-social responsibility, and also 4 other ethical standards with a detailed explanations and real-life examples.
Juvenile Justice: Treatment Strategies
Create a list of 3-4 guiding principles to be used during the development of a treatment strategy for female juvenile offenders.
Outline a treatment strategy.
Develop a comprehensive portfolio of information about female juvenile offenders in the juvenile justice system. The portfolio needs to contain information about the following elements:
* Profile and risk factors
* Corrections and detention
* Juvenile courts
* Prevention programs
* Guiding Principles
* Treatment strategy
I need some help on this one because I can honestly say I don't even know what a portfolio is. Any help and suggestions will be very much appreciated. Thank you in advance for all of your knowledge.
The book I'm using is Juvenile Justice (4th ed.) by Karen M. Hess and Robert W. DrownsView Full Posting Details