These are the second steps and provide an in-depth review of the theory selected (seminal work), along with an analysis of the work as interpreted by Northouse. Compare and contrast these two works. Submission Instructions: The paper is to be clear and concise and students will lose points for improper grammar, punctuation, and misspelling. The paper is to be 1-2 pages in length, double-spaced, current APA style. Breakdown of points: Review of seminal work, 5pts Review of Northouse interpretation, 5pts Compare/Contrast, 5pts Your assignment will be graded according to the grading rubric. Analysis of the Theory and Review (1) Analysis of the Theory and Review (1) Criteria Ratings Pts Review of seminal work view longer description 5 pts Full Marks 3 pts Partial Marks 0 pts No Marks / 5 pts Review of Northouse interpretation view longer description 5 pts Full Marks 3 pts Partial Marks 0 pts No Marks / 5 pts Compare/Contrast view longer description 5 pts Full Marks 3 pts Partial Marks 0 pts No Marks / 5 pts
Read Chapter 14 prior to completing this assignment. Many case studies are included in your textbook. This exercise will help you to learn vocabulary and how to analyze the case and write a brief a case. For every Case Brief: You must find a case related to the weekly chapter. You can pull your case from the book or from the internet as long as you cite the sources. Please write a short synopsis of the case using the brief outline below no longer than two pages. The synopsis should be typed, double-spaced, times new roman 12 font and printed in black ink. Case brief written assignment expectations: Facts: This should be a quick list of facts, but make sure to include any legally significant facts. Procedural history: These are notes about the journey the case has taken through the court system. Issue presented: What is the legal issue that the court is discussing? Note, there can be more than one issue. Holding: This is the ruling of the court. If the issue presented is a question for the court to answer, then the holding is the answer to that question. Legal reasoning: This is a quick summary of the thought process used by the court to reach their conclusion. Rule of law: If the court applied any rules of law that are important, you want to write that down too. Concurring or dissenting opinions (if any): If your casebook included a concurring or dissenting opinion in your reading, you will need to read it carefully. It is there for a reason. Citation: Required. For examples on how to find a case, the attached document will help you start off in your search for cases to discuss and brief during this course.
assignment is as follows: Lesson 01 – Discussion 22 unread replies.22 replies. Discuss how law is relevant to business using your text and the Internet to: Identify and discuss at least two fundamental concepts and principles of the American legal system, particularly those pertaining to today’s business environment. Define ethics and evaluate how the law you have read in the first 2 chapters is based on ethical principles. Do you feel that corporate ethics, by and large, have worsened in recent years, or is it that these “bad guys” are made more visible by the media. Or is it the magnitude of the ethics violations. Thoughts class as it applies to what you think of ethics and business? Requirements: Begin contributing to the discussions no later than midnight of the first Saturday after a lesson opens. Your original post should be a minimum of 250 words and based on your own unique composition. Read, evaluate and compose a substantial in-depth response (minimum 150 words) to at least one or more of your peer’s responses in the discussion area. See discussion rubric for grading details. Include examples in your discussion. Adhere to APA standards and use APA guidelines to cite references. Correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation are expected. Do not copy and paste someone else’s work.
These are the first steps to creating an Application Brief, and includes a summary of the problem identified and a summary of the selected theory. The problem should be justified through the following prompts: Why is this a problem? To whom is this a problem? Who are the key players in the problem? What is the environment or external factors driving the problem? Any other evidence if available. Your theory selection should include: The name of the theory, a brief explanation of why it was selected, the seminal work (citation and annotated bibliography). Submission Instructions: The paper is to be clear and concise and students will lose points for improper grammar, punctuation, and misspelling. The paper is to be 1-3 pages in length, double-spaced, current APA style, excluding the title, and references page. Incorporate a minimum of 5 current references (published within last five years) scholarly journal articles or primary legal sources (statutes, court opinions) within your work. Grading Rubric Your assignment will be graded according to the grading rubric. Some Rubric (1) Some Rubric (1) Criteria Ratings Pts Specifically identifies a problem in a context view longer description 10 pts Full Marks Excellent 6 pts Partial Marks Adequate 4 pts Limited Marks Inadequate 0 pts No Marks Poor / 10 pts Properly utilizes sources to document a problem view longer description 15 pts Full Marks Excellent 8 pts Partial Marks Adequate 4 pts Limited Remarks Inadequate 0 pts No Marks Poor / 15 pts Theory selected is appropriate and justified view longer description 10 pts Full Marks Excellent 6 pts Partial Marks Adequate 4 pts Limited Marks Inadequate 0 pts No Marks Poor / 10 pts Writing Effectiveness, Grammar, etc. view longer description 5 pts Full Marks Excellent 3 pts Partial Marks Adequate 0 pts No Marks Poor / 5 pts Total Points: 0
Guidelines & Rubric attached! Instructions: Identify and discuss the most common reasons for unethical decision making among psychology professionals. Once you have established some reasons why unethical decision making may occur in the field, discuss the conditions under which a professional will be more vulnerable to making unethical decisions.
Imagine that you are training new supervisors for your company. Because you successfully navigated a complex and high-profile ethical issue inside your company last year, your boss has asked you to share on the topic of “what happens when” during a training session for new supervisors. Please choose an issue of interest to you. Specifically, your boss has asked you to explain reasons or causes to act. When you are done with the brief training, your boss hopes that the new supervisors will have better understanding of the various reasons to act. Using Google Slides, create a presentation on the various reasons for a leader to act, as discussed in the attached slide presentation titled, “ethics-supplier-webinar-2”. Your brief presentation should include no fewer than 5 slides but no more than 8 slides. Use the following to guide your presentation creation and delivery: • Focus on responsibility and the various components that were covered in the in the Learning Objective. • APA is required even in a presentation. Cite as appropriate. • Make sure to include information from the “ethics-supplier-webinar-2” presentation.
Some people believe that you can tell who a person is by what they do when no one is looking. Let’s look at the following case. John Doe, a nurse, has downloaded an application to her phone that allows him to download copyrighted textbooks for a nursing course (that Doe is going to take) without his Internet Service Provider knowing it. The application is called “Cloak” as in cloak of invisibility (a hooded coat one wears to make it so others cannot see you). The application disguises his phone and makes it so the information on it is inaccessible. John is aware that other people who are of a lower socio-economic status (like him) also use this software program for the same reason (and to save money). John Doe knows that his religion forbids him from using this application to download in this manner. John Doe is focused on his own economic situation and does not consider the publisher, author, and others involved in the books. Think about a course of social action; what social values should be used to address this moral issue and conflict. Initial Post Instructions Create a personal ethical philosophy and explain from which philosophy or philosophies (it must include at least one of the following: virtue ethics, Kantian ethics, utilitarianism, virtue ethics, or social contract ethics) you created it and why the contents are important and meaningful for you. List its precepts. Take your personal ethical philosophy statement and use it to work through John Doe’s case. What is moral and immoral per your theory? How would the veil of ignorance or a different theory of justice address John Doe’s case? Writing Requirements Minimum of 2 sources cited (assigned readings/online lessons and an outside scholarly source) APA format for in-text citations and list of references
This is a journal entry Welcome to Ethics. Part of the problem with learning ethics is being able to intellectually (but not really) step back from yourself and your own moral code to understand and portray another’s. This can be difficult. I will be presenting ethical theories and difficult situations for you to consider. I am trying to teach you, not convert you. In this journal, you need to step back from yourself and put yourself in the position of an ethical relativist. This is not about you and your beliefs. ———————————————————– In 1996 the Congress enacted the Female Genital Mutilation Act of 1996, which banned female genital mutilation (FGM) on anyone under the age of 18. In 2018, this law was struck down as unconstitutional: the government does not have the authority to regulate local actions. State laws banning FGM have been upheld by the federal courts. In December 2020, Congress passed a new law, STOP FGM Act of 2020, that makes it a felony to carry out or to conspire to carry out FGM. The federal courts have not yet ruled on this new law. As of February 2021, 39 states have banned FGM. No states ban circumcision of male babies. Bills to ban non-therapeutic circumcision have been submitted in multiple state legislatures, but none have made it out of committee. The CDC reports that the rate of infant circumcision in the U.S. has decreased; however, the WHO found the rate of circumcision higher in the U.S. than in any Western European nation, mostly topped only by Muslim nations and Israel (Islam and Judaism both require circumcision as a religious ritual). REGARDLESS OF HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT THE TWO PRACTICES . . . explain how a relativist in the U.S. can reconcile these two positions, that you may not mutilate a girl’s genitals, but you may mutilate a boy’s
What I’m looking for is just your opinion on Foreman’s (and any other character you might want to include) professional ethics in this scenario, and what your own assessment of his/their actions is/are, in light of the ethical theories and concepts that we’ve been discussing this term.
Choose one character (from the list above) and analyze his/her treatment and ethical decisions regarding the case and the character of the tyrant using two ethical models.* In your estimation, did the character you choose make an ethically defensible decision?