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The Ethical Connection:

The Ethical Connection:

The Ethical Connection:. Public Relations & Journalism. Public Relations & Journalism. Different but much in common Major emphasis on writing Gathering information, synthesizing Interviewing Using the channels of mass media, including the Internet Ethical values.

By albert
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Consequentialism

Consequentialism

Consequentialism. Copyright 2005 Makoto Suzuki Caution: Some materials are adapted from Prof. Donald Hubin’s PowerPoint Presentation. Their copyright belongs to him. Aims. Understand the notion of impersonal value. Understand the distinction between a theory of right and a theory of good.

By Samuel
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Rigor...

Rigor...

Rigor. Stiffening of the body following death?. Rigidly severe or unbending?. Extremely strict?. Rigor is not the number of students a teacher fails!. Many people equate rigor with academic difficulty. So what is rigor? . The purpose of rigor is not to make work hard for students:

By lumina
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War on Terror Surveillance and Human Rights

War on Terror Surveillance and Human Rights

War on Terror Surveillance and Human Rights. Dr Maurice Mullard 30 November 2007. American Exceptionalism Human Rights. Freedom of Speech Freedom of Expression

By elkan
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EVIL IS STILL A PROBLEM!!!

EVIL IS STILL A PROBLEM!!!

EVIL IS STILL A PROBLEM!!!. ETHICS SLIDES. © Robert Barnard 2006. Ethics and Morality. Morality – from the Latin ( mores) for conduct -Right vs. Wrong -Focuses on acts Ethics – from the Greek ( ethos) for character -Good vs. Bad -Virtue vs. Vice

By charo
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Critical Thinking

Critical Thinking

Thinking – how you make sense of the world Senses Perceiving – construct beliefs – selecting, organizing, interpreting sensations Out eye glasses – filters – select and shape - perceive. Critical Thinking. Critical thinker – lenses

By jam
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Philosophy 2803 – Lecture II

Philosophy 2803 – Lecture II

Philosophy 2803 – Lecture II. Introduction to Ethical Theory. Why Survey Ethical Theory At All?. Different Aims in Different Courses In a course on ethical theory In order to investigate what the correct theory is In a course like this In order to acquire some tools to work with

By benson
(171 views)

Kant’s Ethics of Duty

Kant’s Ethics of Duty

Kant’s Ethics of Duty. 3 insights form the basis for Kant’s Ethical Theory An action has moral worth if it is done for the sake of duty. ( DUTY) An action is morally correct if its maxim can be willed as a universal law. ( UNIVERSALIZABILITY)

By tyrell
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The Value Bases of Care Work

The Value Bases of Care Work

The Value Bases of Care Work . Unit 1: Health, social care and early years provision. The Care Value Base. All care work is about improving the clients quality of life by meeting people’s; Physical Intellectual Emotional and Social needs. One way of doing this is to ‘EMPOWER’ clients.

By kalea
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Ethics Discussion Thomas N. Davidson, J.D.

Ethics Discussion Thomas N. Davidson, J.D.

Ethics Discussion Thomas N. Davidson, J.D. Ethics Defined. Ethics can be defined as a branch of philosophy that is concerned with the study of what is morally right and wrong, good and bad. The term comes from the Greek root ethikos , which means character. Why study ethics?.

By keaira
(134 views)

Ethical Relativism

Ethical Relativism

Ethical Relativism. Ethical Subjectivism.

By anitra
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And Then There Were None mystery unit

And Then There Were None mystery unit

And Then There Were None mystery unit. And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie Reading Goals. As you read this novel, you will: 1.) Identify clues to make informed predictions . 2.) Analyze characterization to make informed predictions .

By shaylee
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Hallmarks of …

Hallmarks of …

And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what the will of God is, that which is good and acceptable and perfect. (Romans 12:2). Hallmarks of …. The Tranformed Life.

By nike
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And Then There Were None mystery unit

And Then There Were None mystery unit

And Then There Were None mystery unit. And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie Reading Goals. As you read this novel, you will: 1.) Identify clues to make informed predictions . 2.) Analyze characterization to make informed predictions .

By albert
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Ethics—The Basics by John Mizzoni

Ethics—The Basics by John Mizzoni

Ethics—The Basics by John Mizzoni. INTRODUCTION. Ethics—The Basics INTRODUCTION. Do murderers Deserve the death penalty?. Ethics—The Basics INTRODUCTION.

By gisela
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Chapter 2: Introduction to Ethics

Chapter 2: Introduction to Ethics

Chapter 2: Introduction to Ethics. Chapter Overview. Introduction Review of eight ethical theories Comparing workable ethical theories Morality of breaking the law. Utilitarianism.

By cathal
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Got Ethics?

Got Ethics?

Got Ethics?. Got Ethics?. Ethical Options – Which is Correct?. Ethical Dilemma…. A woman and her husband are both held prisoners at a Nazi prison camp. If a prison guard asks the wife to have sex with her, and she does, is she morally guilty of the sin of adultery?.

By lavender
(158 views)

introduction to Law

introduction to Law

introduction to Law. Chapter 1. The Law and Change. In the U.S., the founders wrote the constitution with the idea that as society changed and the needs of society changed, the laws could also change and be adaptive to the needs of the time. . Jurisprudence.

By tannar
(105 views)

Introduction to Ethics

Introduction to Ethics

Introduction to Ethics. Presented by: Chuck Cochran, CFE Sponsored by: San Diego Chapter-ACFE. About Your Presenter; That’s Me!. Licensed Private Investigator since 1982 Certified Fraud Examiner since 1993 Researching, studying and instructing in ethics since 1992 Office Phone: 619-691-6379

By emory
(117 views)

Com2040/6650 Professional Issues in Information Technology

Com2040/6650 Professional Issues in Information Technology

Com2040/6650 Professional Issues in Information Technology. Part VI: Introduction to Ethics Dr. Amanda Sharkey amanda@dcs.shef.ac.uk Department of Computer Science University of Sheffield. 1 Introduction 2 Definitions 3 Western Ethical Thought 4 Ethical Problem Solving

By enrico
(148 views)

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