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Ethical Land Use
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A 5 page overview of the changes in land use ethics experienced in this country since its settlement by Europeans. Discusses the current state of environmental permitting and gives examples of the problems which still exist. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: Landeth.wps

Ethical Leadership: Bill Clinton and Colin Powell Compared (First Person Essay)
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This 9 page paper includes an outline. It is a personal essay about leadership. The paper concludes that the idea of core values is probably overlooked by leaders because they are generally trying to secure votes, something that sometimes gets in the way of being an ethical leader. Bill Clinton and Colin Powell are used as examples. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: SA733ldr.rtf

Ethical Perspectives and Workplace Issues
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This 5 page paper discusses the ethical perspective known as “character” and what issues might arise in the workplace for someone who holds this point of view. It also discusses four ethical perspectives. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: HVEthWrk.rtf

Ethical Position Paper
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This 8 page paper considers a proposal. A clinic in China relies on external funding, they treat the poor who cannot afford medical treatment, when funds are low they have to turn many away. There is a plan, the building of an abortion clinic, this will attract middle class women and the funds can be used to support the treatment given to poor families. The paper considers what position should be taken by a US non profit making organization that funds projects to help eliminate poverty which are likely to be self sufficient. The bibliography cites 3 sources.
Filename: TEclinabo.rtf

Ethical Principles in “Tears of the Giraffe”
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A 5 page paper discussing this novel by Alexander Smith in terms of principles of ethics in general, but specifically those involving health care. The bottom-line message is that there are certain basic rights that individuals should be able to expect in their lives, but that are not always made available to them. When injustice occurs, the individual is to rise above it, condemning the unjust not with words or revenge, but with acts of kindness and understanding. The individual is to break the chain. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KShlthCarEthGir.rtf

Ethical Principles Of Psychologists And Core Values XYZ University
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A 9 page paper that compares and contrasts the American Psychological Association's Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct and a set of Core Values of a University provided by the student. The general structure of the revised Code of Ethics from the APA is explained, followed by the five General Principles. The Core Values of the university are then reported. The similarities and differences between the two codes are then discussed. Other sources are used to discuss how the literature sees the role of religion and spirituality therapy. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PGpapun.rtf

Ethical Questions and Answers
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A 14 page paper which answers 15 different questions offered by the student in regards to ethics. No sources cited.
Filename: RAethque.rtf

Ethical Reasoning Regarding Oil Exploration in Protected Wildlife Areas
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This is a 5 page paper discussing the ethical approaches of utility, rights, justice and care and their use in the decision making process of oil exploration in protected wildlife areas. The ethical approaches of utility, rights, justice and care are used when making business decisions. In the decision making process of oil companies in regards to exploration of protected wildlife areas, companies which originally employed the approach of utility without consideration of the ideals of rights, justice and care are now being considered as globally irresponsible and this has an impact on their bottom line and reputation. Oil companies now must balance the decision making process with ethical components from all approaches in that the approaches of rights, justice and care may have to be considered foremost in order for them to have a positive impact on utility and overall benefit for the company, its employees and the global population which depends on the refinement of oil as its energy source. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TJoilex1.rtf


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