Ethics

Ethics Management at Cross-border Enterprise

In any business, there are challenges that the business faces. The management must establish these challenges and come up with strategies on how to counter them. Cross-border businesses are no exception. They are faced with challenges such as compliance with the rules and regulations of both countries. Decentralization could also lead to fraudulent activities. From […]

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Ethics Paper

Introduction The term ethics refers to a philosophical concept which is used as guidance to human being. It helps individuals to understand the concept of life in its totality by distinguishing between morality and immorality. Ethics is a very important thing which is applicable in all spheres of life. There is a Meta, normative, descriptive […]

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Outline the view that there are no rights and wrongs in sexual ethics

Sexual ethics encompasses a wide variety of issues including, abortion, contraception, homosexuality, bisexuality, transexuality, marriage, cohabitation, masturbation, sexual acts, rape, prostitution, sex with animals and pornography. A modern perspective on sexual ethics is that mutual consent of any form of sex is morally acceptable. It is seen as a positive, pleasurable and physical experience. Negotiated […]

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Critically Compare The Use Of VIDe Decision Making Software

Ethics is concerned with the fundamental principles, norms or values which lie behind particular moral judgments (Campbell and Higgs, 1982). Ethical issues arise when someone wants to know what is right or wrong, appropriate or inappropriate, praiseworthy or blameworthy, good or evil (Goodman, 1998). This essay will explore and compare two areas of ethical enquiries […]

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To what extent would you say Situation Ethics

One strength is that it is an alternative Christian Ethic which is consistent with the Gospel. This means it goes directly with the teachings of Jesus’ lesson of choosing love over the law. This shows that Jesus puts God and his faith above everything else even the law. Due to these Situation Ethics is seen […]

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Situation Ethics Analysis

Situation ethics is a theory based around love. It is a teleological theory which means it is a consequential theory and not one based on rules. Situation ethics is not based on all types of love but agapeistic love which is love for your fellow man. In the Christian tradition this may be expressed as, […]

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Subjectivism as an Ethical Theory

While ethical relativism comes in many shapes, its most individualistic expression is ethical subjectivism. It argues that the criteria for what is considered morally right or wrong is ‘the individual’s perceptions, opinions, experiences, inclinations, and desires. ‘ Ethical subjectivism denies the existence of universal moral codes. It views ethics as being private, individual, and subjective […]

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Ethical Health Care Issues

Health care staff governed to perform their professional duties based on the practice acts from the professional licensing boards under the statutes of the states. The professional duties include the balance between competency in skills, and application of ethics that will help promote the provision of the quality of care to the public (Harris, 2008). […]

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Development of a Code of Ethics: It Challenges

In our modern era of business and society, Information Technology has become an overwhelming system integrated in just about all aspects of our lives. Cell phones, computers, social networks, websites, email, etc. are but just a few examples of how IT is used and distributed throughout society. What was once a society that was based […]

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Legal and Ethical Leadership in Management

This paper will discuss a scenario involving two competing designer and manufacturing companies and their mutual retailer. The names of the two designer companies are Mathis Inc. and Countess Lori- Ann (CLA). The name of the retailor is Normandale???s. Normandale???s is having trouble profiting from the sales of the high priced clothing items made by […]

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Ethics in Gladiator: an Honorable Death

According to Aristotle the moral principles of which ethics are derived from are based on an individual’s use of justice, courage, and temperance in social situations. However, one cannot gain this moral conduct by solely learning a list of generalized rules, but rather they must experience it and understand the consequences of this practical wisdom. […]

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Ethical Dilemmas Argumentative

Ethical dilemmas, also known as moral dilemmas, have been a problem for ethical theorists as far back as Plato. An ethical dilemma is a situation wherein moral precepts or ethical obligations conflict in such a way that any possible resolution to the dilemma is morally intolerable. In other words, an ethical dilemma is any situation […]

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AICPA Code of Professional Conduct

The AICPA Code of Professional Conduct represents the principles that “are based on the values of the profession and the traits of character that enable CPA’s to meet their obligations to the public” (Mintz & Morris, 2011). The AICPA Code of Professional Conduct has six essential principles to guide them in the performance of their […]

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Paper on Business Law and Ethics

Before beginning about the discussion of the of the Law and Ethics, it is very helpful to explain what they stand in the context of the business world. According to the Oxford Dictionary, Law is defined as the system that a particular country or community recognizes as the regulating the actions of its members and […]

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Medical Ethics: an Inclusice History

As long as there has been some form of medical treatment in the world, there has been someone who has voiced their ethical viewpoints on the treatment of patients. It is difficult to trace back the very first ethical thinking in medicine, but Islamic and Muslim traditions have left their footprints in Medical and Bioethics […]

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Business Ethics & Social Responsibility

PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) is considered to be one of the most renowned global professional services firm in the world. With 161,000 employees located in 154 countries, the company’s ???core values of excellence, teamwork and leadership (have) help us to achieve this growth. ??? (PricewaterhouseCoopers) They not only focus on meeting their clients??? needs but they apply […]

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Nursing Ethics Argumentative

In every nurse’s career, the nurse is faced with many legal or ethical dilemmas. Nurses are accountable and responsible for their own morals, decisions and behaviors. Nurses are accountable for judgments made and actions taken in the course of nursing practice, irrespective of healthcare organizations policies or providers’ directives, which may not always be in […]

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Ethics – College Essay

We live in a world where we have to make decisions daily. Some of these decisions may be as little as choosing where to place a flower vase in our house or they may be as weighty as having to decide what to do when we are faced with a life threatening situation. Whatever the […]

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Personal Environmental Ethics

My personal environmental ethic centers on the belief that it is our responsibility to conserve what we can for the safety and security of future generations to come. Such a task is consistent with what God would like for us to do to better serve our environment and fellow humans. If we deplete all of […]

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Ethical Dilemmas Analysis

I. Should the law be changed to allow active euthanasia or not? Active euthanasia is defined as the active acceleration of a “good” death by the use of drugs etc. whether by oneself or with the aid of a doctor. This is one act that raised a lot of questions. Law must be changed to […]

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Group Therapy Ethics

Ethics in group counseling is a topic that needs to be looked at by today’s practicing counselors. There are many different agencies and organizations that are promoting ethics in counseling. Each organization has different views on what is needed. This report will highlight some points by a few different organizations and give their takes on […]

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The Seven Moral Philosophies

The textbook breaks down seven philosophies used in business decisions; they are Teleology, Egoism, Utilitarianism, Deontology, Relativist, Virtue ethics, and Justice. In this paper I will define each of the seven listed and compare and contrast so that it is clear to decipher each one from the other. Also I will provide an example of […]

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