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RequiredReadings•Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Research Center, https://c

RequiredReadings•Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Research Center, https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html; https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/us-map•Plato, Apology(c. 395-80 BC)•Will Durant,What isWisdom? (1957)•David Remnick, A Historian’s View of the Coronavirus Pandemic and the Influenza of 1918, March 25, 2020 (video)•Coronavirus Tips: Frequently Asked Questions and Advicehttps://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/world/coronavirus-tips-advice.html• What Caused Covid and Risks Future Spillovers? Cross-Over Species Zoonosesand Human Diseases.University Associate Dean, Biology Professor•OPTIONAL Background Reading: "Leave bats, in particular, the hell alone..." in Nicholas Triolo, "Why David Quammen Is Not Surprised," Orion Magazine, March 17, 2020, https://orionmagazine.org/2020/03/why-david-quammen-is-not-surprised/t•Weekly COVID Current Event:…

Instructions For this week’s assignment respond to one of the following options,

Instructions For this week's assignment respond to one of the following options, and include Option 1, 2, or 3 as part of your heading. Option 1: The first option is to name and describe in detail a key specific and recent healthcare technology. What are at least two key moral problems this technology creates? What are the proper moral guidelines for dealing with it in your view? Compare your approach to what an utilitarian and ethical egoist would say (each…

In 1997, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) disciplined employees who, out of cu

In 1997, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) disciplined employees who, out of curiosity, were looking up tax returns of famous people. The employees were not working on the taxpayers’ returns. They were not obtaining information for investigations; they were simply checking to see who made how much income. The IRS fired 23 employees, disciplined 349, and provided counseling for 472. During 1996 and 1997, the IRS investigated 1,515 cases of snooping among its 102,000 employees. By 2007, the number of…

Your entry should share your personal ethical reflections in relation to the rea

Your entry should share your personal ethical reflections in relation to the reading assignment. Possible reflection questions: Why is ethics important? Why be ethical? How will the study of ethics be helpful in your (future) career? Be specific. The journal is meant to facilitate your learning as you assess your personal moral code. Book: Doing Ethics: Moral Reasoning, Theory, and Contemporary Issues (Fifth Edition) Lewis Vaughn Chapters 1-4

https://www.ethicalconsumer.org/company-profile/tesco-plc Provide a brief backgr

https://www.ethicalconsumer.org/company-profile/tesco-plc Provide a brief background about the organization. Then, explain what unethical actions occurred in this organization. Detail the parties involved, settlement information (if applicable), etc. Explain the direct and indirect costs that these behaviors/actions took on the individuals and the workplace. Discuss how these issues could have been prevented through the use of HR policies and practices.

Conduct ‘Appreciative Inquiry’ interviews of two public sector or nonprofit sect

Conduct ‘Appreciative Inquiry’ interviews of two public sector or nonprofit sector leaders they admire and then write a paper describing the key themes of each interview, the common themes between the two, how the themes relate to concepts, models, theories as presented in Cooper and Johnson. Using data from the interviews and the texts, present a description of the Public Sector/Nonprofit Sector Ethical leader. PLEASE FOLLOW ATTACHED APPRECIATIVE INTERVIEW GUIDE. INTERVIEWEES WILL BE FICTIONAL PEOPLE WITH REAL US GOVERNMENT LEADERSHIP…

I had to submit a topic outline, see bellow: The topic for my final paper will b

I had to submit a topic outline, see bellow: The topic for my final paper will be Artificial Intelligence (AI). A hot topic in the community and with applications that are endless, AI research is being conducted across major technology companies to make the first perfect one. An ethical hot topic though because one issue that has come up is biased AI created through programing. Amazon was using a recruitment AI online for internal hires which was later scrapped as…

PERSONAL CODE OF ETHICS INSTRUCTIONS The purpose of this assignment is for you t

PERSONAL CODE OF ETHICS INSTRUCTIONS The purpose of this assignment is for you to write your own Personal Code of Ethics (PCE) on the various issues covered in this course. Beginning in Module/Week 2, you will write a section of the code of ethics each module/week and submit it to your instructor for evaluation. Each section must be at least 250 words. The instructor will assess what you have written and make suggestions for clarification or improvement if necessary. Once…

Debate Argument Students will develop a debate argument structure that involves

Debate Argument Students will develop a debate argument structure that involves writing a claim (argument), warrant (evidence/proof), and impact (So what? Why does this matter?). Below are the guidelines for writing each aspect of the argument structure with a minimum of 3-4 sources: Claim - Is your argument expressed in one simple and clear sentence? This is not a restatement of the debate topic; this is one reason why you are in favor (PRO) the debate topic statement or one…

“Give me the ‘McFacts,’ ma’am, nothing but the McFacts!” So argued the defense a

"Give me the 'McFacts,' ma'am, nothing but the McFacts!" So argued the defense attorney for McDonald's Corporation as she questioned Stella Liebeck, an 81 year-old retired sales clerk, two years after her initial lawsuit against McDonald's claiming that it served dangerously hot coffee. Liebeck had bought a 49-cent cup of coffee at the drive-in window of an Albuquerque McDonald's, and while removing the lid to add cream and sugar, she spilled the coffee and suffered third-degree burns of the groin,…