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Moral values

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Physical Beauty vs Inner Beauty

There is the saying, beauty if in the eye of the beholder. What this means is that we all have different standards for what we think is beautiful. However, there are physical characteristics that most all people will agree make someone beautiful. Who would disagree that the model Christie Brinkley...

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Personal Values and Ethics Statement

For me, it is essential to ensure that my research efforts are in line with my personal and professional values and ethics. Therefore, as I undertake my original research project, it is important for me to articulate these principles, consider the challenges that I may face, and identify possible solutions...

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Being Rich versus Being Famous

The terms rich and famous are two things that typically go hand-in-hand. Separating them is not something one would normally consider. However, in the event you had to choose one, it becomes far more difficult. Would you rather have the fame or have the fortune? They both come with their...

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Disease or Moral Failure

Despite evidence that alcoholism and drug addiction share the symptomology of disease, as well as changes in social perspectives regarding them, there remains a persistent belief in many that all substance abuse is inherently due to individual inabilities to exercise self-control. This in turn enhances ideas that the addict or...

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Satirical Rhetoric in Swift’s A Modest Proposal

Jonathan Swift’s 1729 text A Modest Proposal (full title: A Modest Proposal for Preventing the Children of Poor People From Being a Burthen to Their Parents or Country, and for Making Them Beneficial to the Publick) is arguably one of the most notorious texts in English literature. This is because...

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Morality

Part 1 As a moral relativist, there is no hard wrong or right in this situation. Rather, there is an opinion on this matter that can only be deciphered when one considers the dynamics of the situation (Harman, 1975). In this instance, the idea that “taking things that belong to...

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ENFJ Profile: Extroverted, Intuitive, Feeling, and Judging

The personality type of ENFJ stands for Extroverted, Intuitive, Feeling, and Judging. 2.5% of the population fits this type. In some ways, I do feel that the ENFJ personality profile describes me. The component of being a people person who cares about other individuals fits me well. I enjoy helping...

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Values, Principles and Goals Developed

While working in the healthcare sector, I encounter more and more often that the importance of values in critical for ensuring proper organizational functioning. As listed in the book, healthcare employees are in charge of dealing with the constant multitasking that not only requires organizational management but also encourages the...

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What is Evil?

I do not understand evil separately from the culture I live in and from my religion. Also, I closely associate evil with the appalling and wicked events that are labelled as “evil” in my society. Evil is a much stronger word than bad. I believe it has a far more...

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Personal Norms

In reflecting on my values, norms, and beliefs, I am first obligated to present a confession; in my life to date, these are not matters I have usually thought of as such. More exactly, and I think in common with many others, I have always tended to trust to my...

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Empowerment or Dependency?

People can become empowered by seeing the success and motivation of an individual who is determined to complete a task. It is important to understand the difference between empowering and enabling a person. In business, empowerment can be defined as the sharing of pertinent information such as rewards and power...

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Third Short Assignment: Theories of Morality

Theories of morality or “normative ethics” provide standards that help people decide how they should act in a range of different situations. They are often applied when people need to figure out whether certain actions are right or wrong. One such normative theory is called utilitarianism, which states that a...

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Values and Morals

Values and morals are similar in nature in that they both are inherent of an individual’s personal beliefs and convictions in matters of right and wrong. Morals are what define human behavior and conduct. Oftentimes morals are instilled early on through one’s faith or religious affiliation. They serve as guiding...

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Moral Courage

I do agree with Kleinman (2006) in her statement that ethical breeches occur due to “gradual erosion” over time. I believe she is correct in her assertion of the cause for a number of reasons. First, when a nurse does something small that saves time or effort, and gets away...

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Moral Responsibility in Video Games

Throughout the 20th century, society was fascinated with the moral responsibilities of people who participated in outlandish games and arts such as music, dance and popular theater. In many ways, these forms of entertainment were seen to negatively impact the moral responsibilities of younger generations. This has since followed on...

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Moral Disengagement, Latina Mothers of Adolescents

My experience of applying the required readings is that doing so provides better understanding and memory of the covered course material while it is worked through to select our design. Tips for combining or contrasting methodologies are to narrow down the choices based on one's research needs. The textbook can...

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Moral Disengagement: Summary of Findings

The primary qualitative research question that was posed is as follows: How do Latina mothers’ perceive their teenagers being affected by moral disengagement? Factors of consideration included mothers’ perceptions of teenagers’ emotional behaviors, respect for authority, school attendance, drug/alcohol use, bullying behaviors with peers and/or younger siblings, and incidences of...

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Moral Development of School-Age Children

Very often, children encounter numerous moral dilemmas on their way that reflect in various ways. The majority of these difficulties occur once they have to define their life paths. Therefore, understanding of the theoretical background provides an additional incentive to the clarity of interpreting children’s behavior in various ways. In...

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Faith, Mystery, Meaning, Morality

1) In this collection of readings, the author takes us through a journey of perspective-changing. In each section there is an opportunity to question our past assumptions and look at the concepts in a different light. Rather than taking our perspectives and suppositions for granted, follow them as though they...

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Kant’s Moral Theory and its Applicability to Everyday Life

Both J.S. Mill and Immanuel Kant’s theories of Utilitarianism and Moral Theory, respectively, may apply to individuals’ lives and thus dictate different actions of persons based on specific situations. After learning about Mill’s Utilitarian Theory and how it aims at achieving happiness by any means, I found this did not...

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