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Ethics Essays

Introduction Ethics refers to the moral principles that serve as governing influences on the behavior of an individual or which influence the completion of an activity (Venkatadurai, Dhyani, & Sharma, 2014). The application of ethics can occur from a personal standpoint, or it can be applied in a broader sense,...

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In the given paper I would like to present my thoughts and answer the question “Is it seriously wrong to deceive someone into having sex with you?” Based on the information provided in the article by Tom Dougherty, lying to someone in order to convince them to have sex is...

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During my tenure as an NICU nurse, a situation arose regarding a newborn brought into the ER. It was discovered that the infant had a malignant brain tumor and, as various treatment approaches were considered, a team from oncology requested of the parents sample tissues of themselves and their child....

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For this topic I interviewed a spiritual leader, Reverend Bates, which identifies with the Christian faith. This interview was done by email request. (Revised) Question: Hello, thank you for your time. I wanted to ask what your spiritual belief on embryo harvesting, and genetic manipulation for posthumous conception? Spiritual Leader:...

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Main purpose of this article I believe that the author’s aim of writing this piece was to update the reader of what it entails to be a psychiatric therapist and demonstrate the regulations that preserve a good moral practice in this particular career. The author further advises on the utilization...

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Despite the controversy around health promotion, it plays an important role in the modern public health. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), wellbeing promotion refers to a process that enables people to improve their health (Gardner, 2014). In society, this is visible in governments in influencing people to wear...

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Professionals’ code of ethics and behavior within an organization always contrasts with hypothetical social approaches. The components of ethics are honesty, integrity, equity, and fairness, and the behavior guidelines revolve on verbal communication, also build the foundation in which a society can say one is right or wrong. Practical examples...

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In his article “Building Baby from the Genes Up”, Professor Ronald M. Green discusses the ethical implications of genetic engineering in the context of the decision of the British HFEA to allow reprogenetic procedure for two couples who wanted to eradicate breast cancer in their families. While acknowledging the limitations...

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The video on domestic violence explains how domestic violence is increasingly turning homes within Australia into crime scenes. The video notes that even in refuges, a woman may still face trials placing their life at risk. Within Australia domestic violence is at the forefront of policy issues. Among the therapeutic...

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The Code of Ethics contains six fundamental canons. These include giving priority to people's welfare, staying within the bounds of competence, being objective, being faithful to the client, not being deceptive, and being honorable, responsible, ethical and lawful to reflect well on the profession. These canons can best be interpreted...

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As with all health care fields, psychology also must recognize the significant ethical issues associated with it. In the case under discussion, the psychologist is treating a minor child for depression, as well as self-injurious behaviors (cutting). The father is the custodial parent; however, the mother is requesting to be...

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Do we have a moral responsibility to the less fortunate? Everyone has a moral responsibility to the less fortunate. This is because society is only great, based upon helping these individuals to learn to support themselves and have the skills necessary to sustain a comfortable standard of living. In many...

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It is said that “To whom much is given, much is expected.” My community has blessed me with tremendous gifts. Thanks to the community of Aurora, Minnesota, I have received support and nurturing, friendship and family, an education and a calling. As a recent Nurse Practitioner graduate, I believe I...

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The case of Henrietta Lacks created many legal, ethical and moral issues within scientific research. Henrietta Lacks was an African-American woman who died of complications from cancer. However, the cells taken from her cancerous tumor still live today. They were used to create the first immortal cell line for scientific...

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Research is only valuable if all parties have a thorough understanding of what the study entails, even in blind or double blind studies. The participants cannot provide valid responses if they are not aware of what is happening to the in the study. Whether a medical, psychological, social, or other...

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Ethical Actions and Accounting Judgements Tim Cook, the current CEO of Apple, had been in leadership positions in different corporations before succeeding the late Steve Jobs as the Apple CEO. Moral credibility at a personal level is essential in fostering the leader's impact on a formal ethical culture in an...

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In their article, The Ethical and Economic Case against Sweatshop Labor: A Critical Assessment, Powell and Zwolinski examine the controversial issues revolving around sweatshops. The article argues that sweatshops do not rely on competitive market and it is the role of various agencies within the economy to find diverse ways...

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When conducting clinical research and performing research studies with human or animal subjects, the research (experimenter) must consider the ethics of certain actions. Although most research studies that use human subjects must be approved first by an Institutional Review Board (Institutional Review Boards, 2002), some ethical dilemmas still present themselves....

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Abstract In America, there is a continuing focus on trying to impose ethical standards on the way firms are doing business. This means that laws such Foreign Corrupt Practices Act o 1977 are designed to curb unethical behavior. However, the problem is that these challenges are creating issues in the...

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Financial management is a responsibility that requires a vigilant; multi-faceted; multi-dimensional; ever-faithful; and ever-considerate conscientiousness concerning the funds that have been vouchsafed to the care and control of the financial manager. Anything less could be construed as negligence or incompetence. The vantage point of the financial manager has to be...

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Marcie’s situation is very delicate because she is an adult with some severe mental health concerns. She clearly has an intact relationship with her mother who brought her to the session. Marcie appears to be competent to make her own decisions but she is needing a psychiatric evaluation to determine...

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Ethics in engineering is ethics in the everyday world. As engineers, we are required to conduct our business with the utmost integrity, professionalism, and knowledge in our field. What we do shapes the world as we know it, and to take part in any type of action which could be...

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There are quite a few episodes of the Simpsons that profess a loyalty to ideology which is found in almost all media. One of those episodes is in the episode entitled “The Ned-Liest Catch”. In “The Ned-Liest Catch” Flanders is newly single. This episode calls dominant American ideological assumptions into...

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Anytime a company chooses to do business overseas, it invites a tremendous amount of uncertainty and even more difficulty. There are many legal issues that come into play when working through these transactions. Perhaps most importantly, legal disputes in the international realm involve questions of choice of law. Which country’s...

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If I was placed in the ethical dilemma described then I believe that I would vote for awarding Hamilton Craft the residency. I would do this because I consider the situation described as one which is best served by a utilitarian ethical model. By this I mean that it clearly...

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