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An Ethically Bad Life
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...ethically bad life and What is an ethically bad life? How do we know? Introduction Ethics is a complex subject, which is concerned with the nature of the decisions, actions and the choices of individuals. Ethics has to do with the things that humans do or fail to do – the ethical models in this question are classed as the “ethics of doing”. Therefore, the focus of whether an ethically bad life is real has more to do with what we do and the decision making process of members of society, on what they ought to engage or what they ought not to engage in. However, ethics does not offer easy answers to these questions, unlike in the case of issues that are patently obvious within the society... ...
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Ethically acceptable research
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...ethically acceptable research conduct may take one of three forms. Discuss these and include your opinion (and the reasons for such) as to which of these forms is the most effective. Before conducting any research, the important point is to be aware fit its uses and the appropriate was of conducting it. Studying and conducting research only has one main answer and that is to gain knowledge. The knowledge usually used to come simply from the teachings that obtained from the experiences of generations of practitioners and most of it had no factual scientific data on which to validate various practices. The concept of “evidence-based practices” or (EBP) is established on the account... The regulation of...
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Did the board act ethically
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...ETHICALLY? Proposal Ethics defines moral behaviors and principles that are generally acceptable in a society. It is defined as a society’s tradition with developed rules for distinguishing between good and evil. Professions, as societies, have defined values of ethics that includes ethical principles, theories, and codes of conducts. This paper seeks to discuss ethics in a healthcare scenario. The paper will evaluate various ethical principles in order to determine ethical position of decision made in a case and to answer the question, ‘did the board act ethically?’ Observation Hospitals have purchased limited number of kidney dialysis machines due to the high cost... process The boards...
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Businesses are not Behaving Ethically
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...Ethically In today's age organizations are not expected to simply show profits but to act ethically in the process and benefit the society through its processes. Importance of Ethics in Businesses Ethics would decide the morals and values that the business believes in and practices for its daily operations. If a business decides to use unethical means to show profits or simply make sales then it would not just be frowned upon by society but could be sued or face legal prosecutions. Ethics provides a uniform code of conduct to be adapted in the business environment for all the players existing in it. Ethics could vary between geographical areas... and Section # of Businesses Are Not Behaving...
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Ethically Bound and Legally Speaking -Discussion
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...Ethically Bound and Legally Speaking al Affiliation Ethically Bound and Legally Speaking Nurses play a critical role of delivering care to patients. However, more than often, nurses are confronted with issues that pose ethical dilemmas that they have to deal with (Cooper, 2001). I am among the many nurses that have been confronted with an ethical dilemma in the delivery of care to patients. One day, an accident victim was rushed to the hospital. The casualty was in critical condition and therefore needed intensive care. The doctors in charge assessed the condition of the casualty and realized that he needed urgent surgery....
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How can we ethically increase organ donation
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...ethically increase organ donation?” Introduction This research paper is devoted to the discussion of a critical modern issue: organ donation. On the basis of the article “Altruism + incentive = more organ donations” by Sally Satel, ethical concerns about organ donation is considered further on. Moreover, legal principles are discussed as the crucial principles of organ donation development in UK and USA. On the examples of legal regulations adapted in UK and USA organ donation it is clearly seen that organ transplantation is currently developed in such a way that organ donation is propagated in the society as a moral obligation of all citizens. Many people die every year in a queue... ? “How can we...
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Multinationals Act More Ethically as They Are More Successful
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...ethically as they become more successful. Here, the explains the connection between ethics and profits, and whether there is an indirect link between the two. In order to understand the origins of ethics, the definitions and roles of shareholders and stakeholders in a company are studied where shareholders are characterized as financial investors and stakeholders are individuals or bodies of people like employees, customers, partners, and pressures groups who have emotional and long-term ties to a company. Looking more in depth into the contribution of stakeholders, the impact of the customer group will be examined in more... This essay examines the question whether multinational companies act more...
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Why is ethically correct to criticize competitors through comparative advertisement
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...ethically correct to criticize competitors through comparative advertisements because it is a good way to gather attention and earn profit by the company. It is a marketing tactic which has been used for many centuries and as long as it doesn’t tell any lies and misleads the customers it is ethically correct to utilize this technique. Comparative advertisement is a strategy used by companies in which they compare their product with another similar one in order to achieve an upper hand over their competitors. It was first approve by the Federal Trade Commission in 1970, according to which, it is a tactic used to enhance competition. Ever since... Comparative Advertisement Comparative Advertisement It is...
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Strenght limitation ans challenge of ethically social responsible business
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...ETHICALLY SOCIAL RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS The sustainability of a well growing business largely depends on the social ethical behavior of the employers, employees, training and the working environment. Failure to an endorsed equipped business plans and strategies simply means there are more challenges for the business and the people working for the success of it. It is important to learn and fully understand the importance of the ethical issues that are common in the business to ensure a smooth running and respect enhancement in the business environment. Some ethical training is essential as it increases the relationships and independence in all the business sectors... STRENGHT LIMITATION AND CHALLENGE OF...
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Moral dilemma of whether euthanasia is ethically acceptable
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...Ethically Acceptable Table of Contents I. Introduction 3 II. Covering the Theories in Brief 3 A. Cultural Relativism 3 B. Utilitarianism 5 C. Kantian Ethics 6 III. Weighing the Ethics of Euthanasia, Tackling the Dilemma of Its Ethical Acceptability 7 A. Cultural Relativism 7 B. Utilitarianism 8 C. Kantian Ethics 9 III. Conclusion 10 Works Cited 11 I. Introduction This paper weighs in on the ethics of euthanasia as it applies to elderly people near death and suffering, and in the context of such people being in nursing homes and hospices, being administered end of life care. My own experience visiting, interacting with residents and workers, and reflecting... ? Moral Dilemma of Whether Euthanasia is...
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Why should businesses today act ethically and socially responsible
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...ethically responsible business in order to maintain the trust and support of customers. Businesses that act in an unethical manner have a low chance of being successful. A concept that has gained a lot of popularity in the business world is corporate social responsibility. Corporate social responsibility can be defined as the obligation of companies of behaving in ethical and moral ways (Schermerhorn, Hunt, Osborn, 2003). The purpose of this paper is to describe the reasons why companies should act in ethical and socially... ?Companies in today’s business landscape are competing with millions of other businesses across the world. It is imperative for corporations to maintain a solid reputation as an...
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Is Radical Enhancement of the Human Species Ethically Justified
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...ethically" justified? Using biochemical technology to enhance the performance of human species beyond their existing capabilities has evoked different controversial views from different thinkers. Scientific revolution has necessitated biological advancements, which can enhance the operations of the human species with a view to maximizing on their current capacity (Buchanan 42). Along with these biomedical revolutions arise ethical questions on whether the enhancements will be positive or negative to the human species. To discuss on this topic, this essay shall compare and contrast two texts; ‘Humanity’s end’ by Nicholas Agar and ‘Better than human... Is radical enhancement of the human species is...
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How can power be used ethically in organizations
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...ethically in organizations? Introduction Power is capable of doing good if it is used for purposes that are well-intentioned and used carefully however it also has the capacity to cause damage if used irresponsibly and carelessly for unethical or evil purposes, it also corrupts the person who exercises it. Yet benefits and legitimate uses of power cannot be neglected because of it (Harvard Business School Press 2006) and its capacity to corrupt lies in how it is perceived and how people react toward others. It was found in previous research that people with power are more creative and feel free to take decisions that they think are fit and can lead to organizational success... ?How can power be used...
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Behaving ethically can lead to higher profits for a company
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...ethically can lead to higher profits for a company Operating an ethical business is rewarding and can be thebest way to get profits for a company. That is evident from the fact that most companies that uphold business ethics have the highest returns and profitability. Ethical businesses respond to customers’ demands and maintain great relationship with employees and other stakeholders. It is justified to argue that embracing ethical business operations is rewarding to a company or business through high income, based on two aspects outlined in this essay. First, a successful company with a highly famous brand and embraces ethical business operations gain customers’ trust. Companies have... Behaving...
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Euthanasia: Can It Ever Be Morally or Ethically Justifiable
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...Ethically Justifiable? This paper reflects on the Assisted Suicide bill by Lord Joffe, which has been the subject of immense controversy when it was attempted to be introduced in the House of Lords. The bill, if enacted into law, would allow terminally ill patients to seek drugs from their doctors that would end their lives. The benefits of the act, if passed, will only be for those who have been medically diagnosed to live for six months, who are suffering from unbearable pain, and who are psychologically of sound mind and not depressed. The bill was defeated in the House of Lords but the debates concerning assisted dying persist and are unlikely... and if the moral and...
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To what extent is there a responsibility on the part of business people to act ethically
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...ETHICS I. INTRODUCTION Globalisation has driven many corporations to undertake changes that will enable them in creating their niche and becoming globally competitive in the global market economy. In the context of change, one transformation that has altered the contemporary face of corporations is the concept and reality of business ethical responsibility. The coming together of business and ethics is relatively new. Although as early as 1932 there is already a proposition regarding the “idea of service [in business] as expressing man’s altruism” ( Follet, 1925 as cited in Hemingway, 2002), but still it does not try to clarify and negotiate how business can become an expression of man’s... BUSINESS...
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How the human race should and could ethically handle new technological developments
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...Ethically Handling New Technology Science and technology have over the of the lastcentury brought about unprecedented changes in the way humans live and interact with each other. Every day, new discoveries are made in various fields from ICT to medical and genetic technology. However, while there have been a number of obvious advantages, it is becoming apparent that technology has the potential to be destructive if it is not ethically managed. Technology provides a previously unprecedented number of options; however it is becoming more difficult for people to decide which are the most ethical as well as least damaging. An ethical perspective... Celine Torode ENC 1101 Rosemary Toulas September 18th,...
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Management consulting-To what extent is it realistic to expect consultancies to act ethically
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...ethically? Table of Contents Management consulting-To what extent is it realistic to expect consultancies to act ethically? 1 Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Critical Analysis 4 Conclusion 7 References 8 Bibliography 10 Introduction The present business environment has been often described as the age of turbulence. Business organizations are therefore trying to analyse means to generate competitive advantage. Consulting has therefore become a common practice with business firms to take have a deeper analysis of their business strategies before making a vital decision. Consulting is defined as a practice... that involves use of multiple talents and expertise to help solve issues in...
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Love. Ethically views on a medical topic. My topic is Cloning
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...Ethical Issues in Cloning How it started Who ever thought of having the perfect replica of oneself that one canactually pull the act of being on two different places at the same time without being caught, or the odd fiction that one person can actually go to sleep and have another self do the work for him without any people having doubt as if the realization of the “surrogate” movie has already come to reality. Another related scenario is the cruel act of having another person take the place of another but that person is the exact replica. Have we thought of it as being a part of reality? Is it really possible or not? The possibility of having “another you” in this world or having two... March...
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Thinking and Managing Ethically
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...ethical conduct so as to contribute to the economic development whereas improvising the quality of living of the workforce and society as a whole is referred to as Corporate Social Responsibility. It is a transparent practice based on the ethical values rendering respect to the communities and its environment... Executive Summary Small and medium enterprises are the primary elements of any private sector. They are the chief reasons for rapid economic growth resulting from enormous creativity and innovation. A number of entrepreneurs are generated from these SMEs every year. SMEs sometimes are present in the informal sector in ...
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Euthanasia and Whether it is Morally Justified and Hence Ethically Acceptable
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...ethically acceptable Introduction The term euthanasia is used differently by most people. Personally, I use it to include all forms of assisted suicide. The question for most people is whether euthanasia can be morally justified. Many people consider this practice to be against all ethics. This is despite whether compassion was the motive or otherwise. There are many dynamics that are involved when a person requires it to alleviate extreme pain or a condition that is considered to be torture towards the person experiencing it. There is need for the act of assisted suicide to be morally justifiable to make it ethical. However, the major... Euthanasia and whether it is morally justified and hence...
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Management consulting-To what extent is it realistic to expect consultancies to act ethically
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...ethically? Table of Contents Management consulting-To what extentis it realistic to expect consultancies to act ethically? 1 Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Critical Analysis 4 Conclusion 7 References 8 Bibliography 10 Introduction The present business environment has been often described as the age of turbulence. Business organizations are therefore trying to analyse means to generate competitive advantage. Consulting has therefore become a common practice with business firms to take have a deeper analysis of their business strategies before making a vital decision. Consulting is defined as a practice... that involves use of multiple talents and expertise to help solve issues in...
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Is the management of culture an ethically acceptable use of power
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...Ethical Use of Power in Management of Culture Organizational culture is a set of symbols, values, and rituals that members of a particular organization share and describes how every aspect of organization’s operations, which also covers the clients, suppliers, and business environment should be carried out. When managing culture, various elements underpin moral reasoning and behaviour in an organizational setting. The first element in managing culture is moral imagination for those in authority, which involves the appreciation that even routine choices have ethical aspects to be considered. Secondly, exercising given powers in a way that recognizes...
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Human Rights and Labor Practices in Foreign Countries: Is a Business Morally or Ethically Obligated to Uphold Them
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...Ethically Obligated to Uphold Them? Research Paper Date of Submission Name of University Introduction From the point of view of business ethics, multinational corporations (MNCs), or businesses operating in foreign countries, becomes a focus of analysis by academic professionals who study the moral and ethical obligations of businesses to the society. There are several moral dilemmas and issues that surround business practices. As an outcome of this academic interest, a field of business ethics has been developed wherein the moral or ethical obligations of businesses and the ethics of global business activities... are integral. This field has been named international corporate responsibility...
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Intellectual Property Issues - Software Piracy - why is it widespread, what are the ethically flawed justifications people use f
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...ethically flawed justifications people use for this? Date Abstract This paper covers the practice of software piracy focusing on illegal downloads and their ethical implications. This paper will attempt to piece together pertinent information and formulate an ethical analysis of the practice of software piracy. The information gathered will be representative of the many sides to the argument. Table of Contents Abstract 2 Table of Contents 0 Introduction 0 Software Piracy & Intellectual Property 1 File Sharing & Digital Culture 2 Software Piracy & Global Economic Inequality 4 Conclusion 5 References 6 Introduction... ? Intellectual Property Issues - Software Piracy: Why is it widespread, what are the...
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Listed companies are under increasing pressure from the media and politicians to behave ethically. In recent months, c
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...Ethically”.  In Recent Months, Certain Multinationals Have Been Criticized For Arranging Their UK Tax Affairs In Such A Way That They Are Legally Required To Pay Very Little Tax In This Country. Large Companies’ “Green” Credentials Have Increasingly Come Under Intense Scrutiny.” Table of Contents Introduction 3 Ethical responsibilities of A Director Under Section 172 Of The Companies Act 2006 3 Opinion As To Whether Section 172 of the Companies Act 2006 Is In Need Of Reform. 7 Conclusion 10 References 11 Introduction In the modern day perspective, a director’s role is considered to be quite significant when... ?Listed Companies Are Under Increasing Pressure From The Media And Politicians To Behave...
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How might a large multinational clothing retailer ensure its workers and its suppliers are acting ethically at all times in all the countries in which it operates
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...ethics. This of ethics should provide general guidelines on what behaviors and practices are acceptable and what are not. The code of ethics should also mention the penalties and liabilities associated with the breach of particular rules. In addition to that, there should be a special code of ethics customized to the individualistic laws of the various countries in which the branches operate. The special code of ethics should include additional rules and regulations without driving out the power or significance of the general code of ethics in areas where there is no contradiction between the two. Formulation... Ans. The first thing a multinational corporation should do is carefully plan and devise a of...
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Intellectual Property Issues - Software Piracy - why is it widespread, what are the ethically flawed justifications people use for this - illegal download
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...ethically flawed justifications people use for this? Date Abstract This paper covers the practice of software piracy focusing on illegal downloads and their ethical implications. This paper will attempt to piece together pertinent information and formulate an ethical analysis of the practice of software piracy. The information gathered will be representative of the many sides to the argument. Table of Contents Abstract 2 Table of Contents 0 Introduction 0 Software Piracy & Intellectual Property 1 File Sharing & Digital Culture 2 Software Piracy & Global Economic Inequality 4 Conclusion 5 References 6 Introduction... Intellectual Property Issues - Software Piracy: Why is it widespread, what are the...
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Provide critical arguments in support or against the statement that Leaders from Enron are accountable for its downfall as they were not ethically and morally responsible
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...ethically and morally responsible’. Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 About the company 3 Rise of Enron 4 Cause for downfall of Enron 6 Functions of Operations management 6 Mark-to-Market Accounting 8 Off the balance sheet record 9 Corporate Governance 9 Influence of poor performance of management for Enron downfall 10 Recommendations for Best Practices 13 Reference 13 Bibliography 16 Introduction The sudden collapse of Enron Corporation for bankruptcy was one of the largest failures in business in the history of U.S and mankind. It came as a shock... Provide critical arguments in support or against the ment that ‘Leaders from Enron are accountable for its downfall as they were not...
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How far neuromarketing can go ethically
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...Ethical Issues For Models Traditional and Revealed Preference Models The ethical issues that might occur in traditional preference model includes potential ethical conflicts in the primary practice i.e. awareness and consent of the consumers prior to and during the exposure to marketing stimuli. In addition, lack of transparency may occur such as; the use of one-way mirrors to observe the reaction of the consumers (Wilson, Gaines, & Hill, 2008). On the other hand, consumers willingly... ?Introduction In earlier years, marketing was just considered as a tool to attract consumers by dressing up sales pitch but with the changes in time,consumers have started becoming internet maniacs. With consumers getting ...
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Leadership Challenge: Using Sources of Power Ethically
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...ethics of conduct in the organization. The trait of openness therefore plays an important role... ? Leadership Models: Power and Tactics of Influence Leaders possess various powers that they would use to influence the subordinates to act towards the attainment of the organizational goals. There would be need for a mix of the various influence strategies available for leaders so as to realize solutions unique for each situation. This report considers the recent increase in corporate scandals in organizations and discusses various powers that the CEO of a large organization has to contain the scandals. There are various ways to influence subordinates based on the type of power being exercised in a...
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Primark supplying consumers with ethically sourced garments
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...Ethical Sourcing Policy Module and number: Coursework title: Student name and number: Table of Contents Preamble 3 a.Introduction 3 b.Evaluation of the approach followed 4 Economic Functioning of Primark 4 Demographic Demand Pattern 5 Causes and Impacts of the Shifts of Demand and Supply Curve 5 Comparison with named Fashion Stores 7 Market failures faced by Primark 7 Impact of the Government Intervention 8 Advantages and disadvantages of Government Intervention 8 Recommendation 9 a.Firm 9 b.Government 9 Conclusion 9 Self-Reflection 10 Reference List 11 Appendix 13 Preamble a. Introduction Primark constitutes a part of the Associated British Foods... Primark’s...
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Leadership Challenge: Using Sources of Power Ethically
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...ethical theories. INDVIDUAL DIFFERENCES AND TRAITS IN LEADERSHIP Research into the trait based model of leadership has emphasized the importance of individual traits in leadership as well as differences... INTRODUCTION Ever since the collapse of Enron and companies like WorldCom etc, there has been a renewed focus on leadership and corporate governance. In the context of providing effective leadership, CEO’s have found themselves in a position where they have to exercise the power at their disposal judiciously and with appropriate judgment so that they don’t end up misusing their power. This paper discusses some of the traits of leadership and the kinds of situations that call for application of...
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Listed companies are under increasing pressure from the media and politicians to behave ethically. In recent months, certain multinationals have been criticised for arranging their UK tax affairs in such a way that they are legally required to p
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...Ethically”.  In Recent Months, Certain Multinationals Have Been Criticized For Arranging Their UK Tax Affairs In Such A Way That They Are Legally Required To Pay Very Little Tax In This Country. Large Companies’ “Green” Credentials Have Increasingly Come Under Intense Scrutiny.” Table of Contents Introduction 3 Ethical responsibilities of A Director Under Section 172 Of The Companies Act 2006 3 Opinion As To Whether Section 172 of the Companies Act 2006 Is In Need Of Reform. 7 Conclusion 10 References 11 Introduction In the modern day perspective, a director’s role is considered to be quite significant when... Listed Companies Are Under Increasing Pressure From The Media And Politicians To Behave...
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Question: Account for the importance of core philosophical frameworks in guiding in the delivery of ethical practice in welfare settings. Use a philosophical framework to underpin an essay exploring how to respond ethically to 2/3 practice incidents in t
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...ethical practice in welfare settings. Two case studies will be reviewed and the precepts of utilitarianism, deontology or Kantian theory as well as the GSCC Codes of practice will be used to analyze each welfare incident. The first case concerns Mr. A, a 54 year old male asylum seeker in need of food and transport to the care centre where he needs to apply for NASS support. However, Mr. A receives money that is insufficient in covering his needs. Mr. A makes complains that he has only received transport money... of an interrelated system of theory, values and practice. Social work practice is based on theories of behavior and human development as well as social systems. This helps in the...
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Watch movie . Identify and explain one ethically ambiguous activity
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...ethical issues requires us to appeal to values. Boiler Room the 2000 feature film directed by Younger is a drama that explores greed and corruption in American business. A movie entailing illegal activities of a con artist by engaging in get rich quick telephone swindles. The people operate inside rented offices, apartments and con people off, their hard-earned money, including retired folks... The movie ‘Boiler Room’ by Ben Younger Moral issues are part of our lives every day. However, dealing with these moral issues is often perplexing. They create controversies because, sometimes, it is difficult to get the real facts. However, these facts tell us what it is and not what it ought to be. Resolving...
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1.Is it ever right to do what is wrong Examine and discuss this question by way of one of the ethical theories discussed in class. You may consider a specific action; for example, is it ethically justifiable to lie in the hopes of good consequences W
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...ethical dilemma arises regarding the justification of some actions or decisions, specifically an ethical justification for doing something wrong. In such a case, an ethical analysis of the action or decision is made by way reference to the various ethical theories. These theories are viewpoints from which people can obtain guidance towards various decisions or actions. For example, is it ethically justifiable to speak falsehood in the hopes of obtaining good consequences? In this paper, I will discuss Kant’s moral theory/philosophy, a deontological theory, as a foundation of analyzing whether it is ethically justifiable to speak... Is it Ever Right to do what is Wrong? There are at times when an ethical ...
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Management Consultancy : To what extent is it realistic to expect consultancies to act ethically
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...ethical conduct, with the media actively reporting corrupt cases, scandals and corporate failures. This also is partly because of continued ethical conflicts we observe such as lay-offs followed by high pays for the executives (McKenna, 2006). Hence bring a sharp focus on ethical... ?Introduction It was McKenna (2006, p, 43) who poised this question “is the business environment in which consultants work becoming highly unethical?He answers this question by stating that it is difficult to state if unethical business practices are on increase in recent past, or not, though he adds that it appears like it. According to McKenna (2006) a contributing factor is the increase in public awareness regarding...
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When is it ethically responsible to leave a job or leave the profession
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...Ethical responsibility to leave a job or leave the profession Health care facilities around the globe are experiencing nursing shortages, with a large number of young registered nurses expressing the willingness to exit from the profession (Flinkman & Isopahkala-Bouret et al, 2013). Nurses’ work content is demanding, which is a factor that leads to the development of ethical dilemmas associated with their inability to provide proper and humane care to their patients (White, 2002). The ethical dilemmas can be a precursor to ethics-related stress, which relates to their knowledge in determining the right course to take in...
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Is the US government acting ethically towards detainees with regards to confinement, access to legal representation, torture methods
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...ethical consideration in acting towards detainees... 9/11 was a black day in the history of United s. More than 3000 people died and hundreds of thousands more bruised psychologically. The emergingnew trends of extreme aggressive behavior, in the form of terrorists’ acts or the cases where low tolerance have often resulted in violent events primarily due to fast transforming societal dynamics which is increasing becoming heterogeneous. The threats from terrorist outfits are the harsh realities of our time. In such a scenario, it becomes important to anticipate, preempt, detect and deter threats to the homeland and its people from terrorist attacks, natural disasters or any other emergency. But the...
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Narrative Essay - Write a narrative about an instance in which people have challenged a personal decision that you felt ethically or emotionally committed to
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...ethical decision at the time was to initiate on breaking down layers of miscommunication by setting all my concerns aside with complete humility. Consequently, the foundation as a team earned back its original strength and trust that essentially reunited our individual exertions to a common vision. Whatever one chooses to accomplish, a sense of balance must be present in all aspects of undertaking and not be taken for granted at the expense of valuable affairs or priceless relations as a friendship founded through the test of time and circumstances.... Narrative Essay on ‘A Challenged Personal Decision’ Way back in high school, I became part of the five students chosen from our class to participate in...
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On an ethical dilemma of your choice,in reference to specific academic dialouge, what is the ethically correct position on your chosen dilemma Defend your choice using arguments from the philosophy of ethics,facts,&good critical reasoning skills
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...ethics and the dilemmas arising out of it can be quite complicated or complex. This is because the question ofethics in any field has to be viewed according to several viewpoints. They include religious beliefs and customs, social practices that have evolved over the years, personal values and viewpoints, laws and statutes etc. Moreover, there is also the question of diversity that may exist from country to country or region to region that further complicate matters. But in any case, the question of ethics is taken into account in practically all the fields of human endeavor in a civilized society. When such questions come up, dilemmas can crop up as to whether... Introduction: Any discussion involving...
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What (if anything) is the role of the will of God in deciding what is good and what is bad Does what is ethically good for human beings have anything to do with divine commandments If so, in what way Is it that Gods perfect wisdom allows God to know
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... Reflection What is good and what is bad is something that is not always clear. Some acts may be good in nature but are in fact executed in order to justify or cover up certain bad acts. For instance, a third world country may be asking for loans and donations from rich countries but may not be investing all the money in improving the economy. Rather the leaders of the country may be keeping a large portion of the money for their own benefit and only giving out a small portion of it to the needy people. These leaders are able to justify their actions by claiming that it was because of their efforts, time and convincing power that the rich countries sanctioned the amount to the third world... Reflection...
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...Ethics deals with mortality, semantic, ontological and epistemic arrangement of the society. Depending upon the magnitudes of culture, a variation is observed in corporate ethical values which are depicted in idealism and relativism in ethical decision making (Karande et al, 2002). A corporate attains success not only on the basis of managerial skills but requires decision making aide and ethics to deal with ethically challenging situation. For the analysis of ethical dilemmas, idealism and relativism are essential to judge and resolve ethically questionable situation. Idealism encompass individual dealings based on corporate ethical values, religion, gender and age, while the relativism... Summary...
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Business Ethics
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...ethically and morally. This makes them moral agents which are “created to perform specific functions in society and [are] therefore responsible to society for [their] actions” (Ferrell, Fraedrich, Ferrell 207). What this means for organizations is that they need to be ethically aware of the ways their actions can have repercussions in society at large. Since... they are morally responsible, there is a greater need for them to act in ethical manners than if their actions caused no harm to anybody. One example could be international trade and the food industry. Ethically speaking, a lot of food from third-world countries is problematic because it is farmed...
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Response Journal 2 (ethics)
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...ethically. He had given appropriate advices to his clients. On the other hand he had been very keen about the purpose of the machine he is attending to, for he knows that ethically, he will be liable for all damages that the machine would give to the community and the environment as well. Thus, as stated... Response Journal 2 In the story Adventure of the Engineer’s Thumb by Doyle, Mr. Hatherley, a hydraulics engineer, was conveyed by a man supposed to be Colonel Lysander Stark to work on a hydraulic press for a fuller’s-earth. On the house of his client, where he checked the machine, he pointed out exactly the problem of which his client’s machine is experiencing. He answered several questions to help...
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Response Journal 2 (ethics)
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...ethically. He had given appropriate advices to his clients. On the other hand he had been very keen about the purpose of the machine he is attending to, for he knows that ethically, he will be liable for all damages that the machine would give to the community and the environment as well. Thus... ?Response Journal 2 In the story Adventure of the Engineer’s Thumb by Doyle, Mr. Hatherley, a hydraulics engineer, was conveyed by a man supposed to be Colonel Lysander Stark to work on a hydraulic press for a fuller’s-earth. On the house of his client, where he checked the machine, he pointed out exactly the problem of which his client’s machine is experiencing. He answered several questions to help his client...
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...ethically significant issue. Three reasons why the issue is ethically significant include the fact that most religions forbid violence, the fact that it is a self-inflicted crime, and it has negative effects on the relatives of the person who commits suicide. The fundamental root... Do people have a right to end their lives whenever they choose to? Suicide is a common form of self-inflicted violence. Every year, thousands of people commit suicide all over the world for a variety of reasons. Suicide is the extreme form of violence as it leads to death. Any action ranging from excessive dosage of pills to cutting the wrist vain that may result in the end of life qualifies as suicide. Suicide is an...
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Ethics
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...Ethics can broadly be defined as parameters of human interaction that determine what is good or bad. They promote guideline for social interaction so that people can lead a peaceful life. Ethical considerations become complex because people have different perspectives on issues and things. The complex nature of differentiating ethical conduct has promoted various theories. Non consequentialist asserts that acts are good or bad according to their consequences. Thus, rational approach encourages ethical behavior. Again, theory of utilitarianism believes that acts which result in maximum happiness to maximum number of people...
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Virtue Theory, Utilitarianism, and Deontological Ethics
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...Ethics Virtue ethics theory is part of normative ethics that place more emphasize on persons character and focuses more on virtual such as honesty. The virtue of being honest emphasizes on the character of doing what is right and just. It further eliminates vices and ensures that person’s acts are always good. There are three major types of virtue ethics that distinguishes it from utilitarianism and deontological include; eudemonia, practical/actual wisdom and virtue. Virtue ethics contrast itself from habit in the senses that it takes into consideration personal values, attitude, interest, choices and even personal emotions. The central point...  Virtue Theory, Utilitarianism, and Deontological Ethics...
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