Required Resources Read/review the following resources for this activity: Textbook: Chapter 1, 2 Lesson Minimum of 2 scholarly sources in addition to the textbook Instructions For this assignment propose a scenario where you or someone you know are confronted with a moral dilemma relating to cultural diversity and multiculturalism. It cannot be the same as […]
In the global economy, we see law and ethics wrestling with similar issues; laws from different jurisdictions and ethical codes from different cultures may clash or not connect. How can these parallel systems be reconciled? Considering the legalities of ethics and how the two are intertwined reveals insights into how ethical cultures are fostered. Learning […]
Use at least two sources and answer this question: Why would someone say that “utilitarianism is a doctrine worthy of swine?” Mill, John S. Utilitarianism. Available from: Columbia College, (2nd Edition). Hackett Publishing, 2002.
What are “filter bubbles” and why does Pariser believe they are a danger? In your opinion, is part of being information literate understanding ways to circumvent “well-meaning” personalized web searches? If so, how might that be accomplished? What do we risk by accepting, without question, what appears in answer to our Google or other Internet […]
Read this article about the reliability of Amazon reviews: https://www.cnbc.com/2020/09/06/amazon-reviews-thousands-are-fake-heres-how-to-spot-them.html . Think about all the different kinds of reviews (online or off) that you use before making a purchase (Amazon, Yelp, etc.). Choose one you have used (or go online and simply choose one if you haven’t used one before). Break that review down (briefly […]
Of the rationalizations listed in the powerpoint and discussed in the video explanation of the powerpoint, which one was the most surprising to you?
*this discussion requires you to reflect on page 1.5 Of the rationalizations listed in the powerpoint and discussed in the video explanation of the powerpoint, which one was the most surprising to you? Why?
General Paper Guidelines: 4-5 Pages Double Spaced, Times New Roman (Or similar font structure), 12 Pt. Font. 4 Sources (Two from in-class material and two outside sources) Support for finding credible sources can be found in our “course resources” module and as always the library has an amazing collection of material and databases to choose […]
Articulate a specific dilemma in a situation faced by a particular person based on that topic. The situation can be real or fictional. Summarize the dilemma. Define any needed key terms associated with the dilemma. Analyze the conflicts or controversies involved in the dilemma. Reference and discuss any professional code of ethics relevant to your […]
This will be a discussion post for my doctoral research ethics class. You must support your response with at least three new peer-reviewed articles, but can also cite any of the provided resources. For this particular assignment, using using McNamee, M. J., Olivier, S., & Wainwright, P. (2006). Research ethics in exercise, health and sports sciences. […]
This will be a written assignment for my ethics class regarding a mock IRB proposal for my dissertation topic (effect of daily vs. weekly check-ins for adherence in an online fitness & nutrition coaching program ). The course textbooks are McNamee, M. J., Olivier, S., & Wainwright, P. (2006). Research ethics in exercise, health and sports […]