Identify some of the features and values you associate with a just society. For example, does it include access to quality education, basic healthcare, and housing? How involved should the national government be with local issues and personal decisions about healthcare and other issues? Is the opportunity for economic equality i
What do you think of Socrates' conclusion that no person knowingly does evil, and therefore, all evil is ignorance? Do you agree or disagree, and why? If you disagree, please identify at least one logical fallacy. If people accepted that all evil is ignorance, what implications would that have on the justice system? How would
Suppose you were a loan officer for a bank. The leaders in the organization have encouraged all loan officers to approve loans regardless of income or credit background. If you predict that people will not be able to make the payments and are likely to eventually lose the property, would approving this loan violate your personal
PART A Most people have views that are strongly influenced and informed by philosophy, often without realizing it. Discuss the following: 1. Identify a view you have - whether on politics, religion, science, culture, or even the media and entertainment - that might be regarded as being related to philosophy. 2. What kind of r
Find and read the following journal article to help you form a solution: Sethi, S., Veral, E., Shapiro, H., & Emelianova, O.. (2011). Mattel, Inc.: Global Manufacturing Principles (GMP) - A Life-Cycle Analysis of a Company-Based Code of Conduct in the Toy Industry. Journal of Business Ethics, 99(4), 483-517. While the Sethi
Case: You are a member of the country Eggonia's grand council on ethics. The country has been giving charge of deciding whether or not your country's citizen are morally obligated to send famine relief to the neighboring country of Furesia. In centuries past both countries have had thriving economies that were based on small eg
Case: The Case of the Sole Remaining Supplier The heart pacemaker is a modern wonder. The device has a timer that resets itself every time the patient's heart beats. If the heart does not beat on schedule (say, within 1.2 seconds), the pacemaker gives a stimulus that causes a heartbeat. But the technology was not always so
I am writing an Argumentation-Persuasion Essay on the above topic. Please help discuss ideas for the following; A: Negative effect of people have become overly dependent on technology B: Positive effect of people have become overly dependent on technology First, I need to set up a graph on the outline and then to have the
I need to identify an ethical issue from a volunteering experience in a hospital and: 1) Identify 10 relevant significant peer reviewed papers 2) Do a critical analysis of each paper 3) Synthesizing their various ideas into a coherent discussion/argument. (In addition to the 10 papers, other sources may be used if necessary
Background: Alexander Hill and Joseph Badaracco both have written guides they hope will help the practitioner act in ethical ways within the practice of leadership in organizations. This said, the two authors take very different approaches. Hill explicitly provides the ground for his ethical perspective, while Badaracco focuses
What is plagiarism? How will you avoid plagiarism? What are the penalties for plagiarism?
Using the Theism worldview, the learner is to discuss the concept of worldview and its application to business. 1. Briefly discuss the concept of worldview and present an argument for the application of this concept to business leadership. 2.Share what you think you hold as your personal worldview. How does this worldview
I have chosen Goodwill. Research a community organization on an individual basis. Write a short overview of the organization that addresses the following: - Evaluate the organization's involvement and responsibility to the community. - Summarize what factors have influenced the social responsibility strategies of the
What role did the organization play relative to fomenting the behavior identified? The idea is to define unethical business behavior in a given situation. What would that unethical behavior be? For example: The USAF has had several encounters of rape charges. How would I define this as "unethical behavior"?
How would you describe the responsibilities of the individuals to the community? o What are the community's responsibilities to the individuals? o As a member of the community, what do you think it means to be socially responsible? What does it mean to be socially responsible?
Hello, can you please help me come up with an outline for the following? *I need to find an example of an organization undergoing a major change and explain why the organization is making the change and what its change strategy is. *I need to find an example of a company in each of the 4 stages of the organizational life cyc
Subject: Expound on the advantages of plastic pipe over materials in a water infrastructure. Frame your paper in 2,500 to 5,000 words, following the style guidelines outlined below. Entries will be judged on vision, understanding of issues, originality and emphasis on material solutions. Style Guidelines Submit yo
How would your alternatives change if you were working in a foreign country? What effect does globalization have on the choice of preferred alternatives?
I will need to write a 5 page paper and need to address an important issue from one of the suggested topics. Can you please help with some ideas? Teen pregnancy
You have just been named CEO of a small chemical refinery in the Northeast. Shortly after you assume your new position, you discover that your three predecessors have kept a horrifying secret. Your headquarters location sits atop thirty 5,000-gallon tanks that have held a variety of chemicalsâ?"from simple oil to highly toxic c
Analyze the convergence of U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). Explain why accounting rules differ from country to country? Discuss the advantages of a single set of financial statements worldwide. Are there any disadvantages, particularly to the U.S.?
Please provide an example of morality and decision-making in the current American culture. Focus on the issue of abortion and the role of the state in mitigating this debate.
Please provide some ideas for each question so that I can write a complete response: 1. The Male Brain Dr. Louann Brizendine discusses her latest book, The Male Brain: A Breakthrough Understanding of How Men and Boys Think. An article about Dr. Brizendine and her research in her first book The Female Brain in a July 2006 is
Why are we here? What is my purpose? Am I supposed to be doing something great (or greater) with my life? For thousands of years, men and women have pondered these and similar questions. Have you ever taken the time to do some deep thinking to try to determine what life means to you? If you have done so before, this task will g
EDD/723 - ETHICS AND VALUES IN LEARNING ORGANIZATION Agonizing Over Ecstasy at Cedar Hill School Miss Chelsea is vice-principal of Cedar Hill Christian Secondary School, a small independent schoolin a prosperous suburban neighborhood. In the last term of her fourth year at the school, MissChelsea was approached by several
Please help with these questions (see attachment): 1. The rightness and wrongness of an action. 2. Influence on personal ethical philosophy.
What might a society look like if ethics were absent? What potential problems might evolve from a society without ethics? What potential benefits might appear from a society without ethics?
Identify a situation in an organization that could be considered legally acceptable, but would still pose an ethical problem for the organization. What makes this situation legal but not ethical?
Your co-worker is infatuated with a woman whom you know to be promiscuous. Since this co-worker is also a close friend, you are concerned about his/her welfare. You are terrified that this friend could contract a social disease, based on what you know about the object of his affections. How do you handle this dilemma in an et
According to the contract view of business' duties to customers, what are the four basic duties a firm has to its customers? Why are they necessary? What objections do critics raise about this theory?