1. character education

    How do you develop a moral code? Think through each situation according to its circumstances. Insist upon what you want, regardless of consequences. Modify what parents and others give you based on your inner sense of right and wrong. C?
  2. ICT (Programming)

    Based on the table below, Based on the table below, using a CASE structure to display the type of designation when a specific code is entered. CODE TYPE OF DESIGNATION L LECTURER S SENIOR LECTURER D DEAN A ADMINISTRATION (other code) WRONG CODE ENTERED! 4. Student is required ...
  3. ethics

    According to John Arthur, a reasonable moral code would require us to: a. Give money to famine relief when there is no significant reduction in our own happiness, or the happiness of our family. b. Give food to our own children first, because they have a negative right to such...
  4. Cont. English

    Dimmesdale is not free since he does not live with his moral code, because he is concerned with society’s condemnation. He hides his secret of adultery, which is going against his moral code of honesty. Consequently, he is unable to relieve himself of his guilt, and for this...
  5. Ethics

    Consequentialist theories of moral decision making would have us focus primarily on: A. our relevant moral duties. B. the “goodness” of the actual or expected consequences of the actions. C. the development of moral character. D. the struggle to overcome moral vice. is it D
  6. character education

    What is the difference between liberty and license? Liberty and license are the same thing. Liberty recognizes consequences of actions; license does not. Liberty has restrictions; license does not. B? Good judgment results from ________________________ . acting according to a ...
  7. Ethics

    1. Prima facie duties are different from categorical duties in that: A. they can be overridden by more important duties in a given situation. B. they only need to be followed if doing so brings the best consequences. C. they only apply to some people. D. they only apply to ...
  8. history

    In Europe, warriors of the feudalist society were referred to as knights (1). In Japan, they were known as ninjas (2). Knights were bound by a moral code known as chivalry (3), whereas ninjas followed the moral code of bushido (4). I think 1,2 are true and 3,4 are false
  9. Science

    Develop three guidelines based on the four scientific principles of sustainability for our use of genetic engineering and synthetic biology to modify species and ecosystems. I know the four scientific principles are: 1) Reliance on solar energy 2) Biodiversity 3) Nutrient ...
  10. Environmental Science

    Develop three guidelines based on the four scientific principles of sustainability for our use of genetic engineering and synthetic biology to modify species and ecosystems. I know the four scientific principles are: 1) Reliance on solar energy 2) Biodiversity 3) Nutrient ...
  11. character education

    How does self-knowledge help one live a moral life? knowing the normal reactions helps decide what is best knowing his or her precise moments of decision alerts a person to the most important time to consider his or her moral code self is the most important person to satisfy; ...
  12. English

    As the case manager, what ethical issues do you encounter in this situation? How can you advocate for your clients’ needs while supporting the dialysis center’s new policy? Under what circumstances would it be appropriate or necessary for a human service organization to ...
  13. Health (Ms. Sue)

    How would you respond in the following situations? 1. Your friend drove you to a party and then she had four drinks. She says she will never speak to you again if you do not ride home with her. A: I would respond by taking the key to her vehicle and then, since she demanded ...
  14. writing

    Describe a time when your moral values influenced the way you responded to an issue. What differences did you notice between your logical reasoning process and your moral reasoning process? What were the possible consequences or outcomes of your decision? When YOU have written...
  15. ethical issues

    What international moral code, if any, is being violated by the Bank? What bank? What did "the Bank" do that might have violated international moral code? Please explain and we'll be glad to help you find the answer.
  16. Cont. Again English

    In contrast to Dimmesdale, Chillingworth does not have a moral code to follow, and because of this, he is never truly free. Chillingworth focuses his life on revenge, and he does have a sense of moral. He finds pleasure in trying to reveal Hester’s lover and destroying her ...
  17. Business Law

    please can you help me in this: Ethical Systems Table Ethical Systems Table Directions: 1. Fill in brief definitions of each primary ethical theory. 2. Identify alternate names or variations of each ethical system based on your reading of the text and supplemental materials. ...
  18. English

    Please say hello to your parents. Give my best wishes to your parents. Give my regards to your parents. Give my best regards to your parents. ------------------------ 1. Are they all the same? Can we add or delete 'best'? 2. He had lunch in a second. (What is the meaning of '...
  19. child development

    If a child is unable to connect to others because her parents do not show her love and acceptance what would be the appropriate solution for this situation? A. Change adult expectations. B. Help the child get her needs met. C. Get outside help. D. Use related consequences. I ...
  20. Ethical Dilemmas/Criminal Justice

    Which statement is NOT consistent with Ethical Formalism? a. Moral law is self-imposed b. Moral actions are determined by reason c. lying is never justified d. individuals cannot control the consequences of their decisions. I believe it is D
  21. Ethics

    1. If you were to argue that although a person with an IQ of 60 cannot be a world-renowned physicist, she or he still has the freedom to choose within limits of what is physically, psychologically, and socially possible, you would be presenting which of the following positions...
  22. none

    describe a situation you are familiar with in which people based their actions or opinions on false information. How would the situation have changed if the facts were researched and presented more carefully? Obviously, this information has to come from you: " ... a situation ...
  23. CRT/205

    Describe a time when your moral values influenced the way you responded to an issue. What differences did you notice between your moral reasoning process and your logical reasoning process? What were the possible outcomes and consequences of your decision?
  24. critical thinking

    Describe a time when your moral values influenced the way you responded to an issue. What differences did you notice between your logical reasoning process and your moral reasoning process? What were the possible consequences or outcomes of your decision?
  25. Ethics

    Please help with an assignment: I need to pick 5 articles from the Washington post, each addressing a moral issue. Each essay needs to have one moral issue question based on the following topics. 1. utilitarianism 2. Moral Rights 3. Distributive Justice 4. Ethic of Care 5. ...
  26. History

    The Code Talkers were members of which Native American tribe? Apache Hopi Navajo******** Pueblo 2. Why was the Code Talkers' code so hard to break? It was based on a language that lacked an alphabet and was hard to learn. The people who developed it came mostly from the U.S. ...
  27. English

    5) What are your overall conclusion about the article? Also give two original examples of how the information in the article could be applied to real life on to working with children in the home and the second to working with them in community settings such as school. Are my ...
  28. English

    I urgently need you to chech the question and the answer to it. I considered your corrections. 1) Explain the meaning of the word compromise applied to the Victorian way of life. (Explain how the word compromise applied to the Victorian way of life). Then outline briefly the ...
  29. English

    Thank you very much for your help. I tried to correct all the things I made wrong. Can you check my question and answer one more time. 1) Explain then the meaning of the word compromise applied to the Victorian way of life. (Explain how the word compromise applied to the ...
  30. Criminal justice

    1. Which of the following principles approves or disapproves of an action according to its tendency to promote happiness for the greatest number of people? A. Altruism B. Utility C. Hedonism D. Egoism im confused between B and C 2. Which of the following propositions is true ...
  31. character education

    How does self-knowledge help one live a moral life? knowing the normal reactions helps decide what is best knowing his or her precise moments of decision alerts a person to the most important time to consider his or her moral code self is the most important person to satisfy; ...
  32. English

    I forgot to include the following sentences. I hope you can look at them as well. 8) The second theme, epiphany, describes a sudden revelation in the everyday life of the characters due to (or caused by?) a trivial gesture, an external event or a bad situation which leads them...
  33. GRAMMAR/SENTENCE STRUCTURE

    John Darsee has been one of many scientists and researchers involved with the scandal of scientific misconduct, where he deliberately falsified data and published his results to scientific journals. First, I will discuss the case of John Darsee, as well, examine the moral ...
  34. medical coding

    this 32-year old female was burned by hot grease in her kitchen 1 week ago. She is seen in the hospital-based wound clinic for large dressing changes on both upper extremities following second-degree burns to both arms. This is accomplished without requiring anesthesia. I got ...
  35. english

    Please, how do I paraphrase the sentences below? Every time I try, I come up with the original text, please help!!!!! There are many reasons for a school to adopt a dress code. A recent court opinion sets forth an illustrative list of such reasons offered by one school ...
  36. Statistics

    The research hypothesis is a vitally important element of any quantitative research study. This Discussion provides an opportunity for you to develop your own testable hypothesis based on the data set for the Final Project. To prepare for this Discussion, review this week’s ...
  37. pseudo code algorithm

    Convert your algorithm from Question One into a complete Java application. Marks will be allocated based upon: ● Your Java code matching your pseudo code algorithm from Question One. ● Your Java code being syntactically correct. ● Your Java code conforming to...
  38. Just really need some help

    Acela’s aging parents own a house and a car. Acela is currently living in the house with her parents. Her brother and sister are married and live elsewhere. Why is it important for Acela’s parents to have wills? What are some possible consequences of not having wills?
  39. philosophy

    Q: Which of the following are considered purposes for a moral theory? a. subjective satisfaction b. provide pleasure c. cause pain d. all of the above e. none of the above I have ruled out A and C, which also rule out D, but i am not sure about of the right answer or if i ...
  40. Accounting

    What circumstances would moral standards approach to stakeholder impact analysis be most useful?
  41. 6th grade language

    I have to write a fable, based on a moral. I need a good idea for a moral. (All the kids in my class are smart,and they have really imaginative, humorus and creative minds, and I want to have a funny and interesting story too.)
  42. science linear equation

    A theater is presenting a program on drinking and driving for students and their parents. The proceeds will be donated to a local alcohol information center. Admission is $18 for parents and $9 for students. However, this situation has two constraints: The theater can hold no ...
  43. English

    1. I will give my parents the flower. 2. I will give my parents it. 3. Make two flowers and give each of your parents one flower. 4. Make two flowers and give each of your parents one. (Are #2 and #4 grammatically correct?)
  44. English

    Individuality is the sum of qualities that characterize and distinguish one person from another. This is what defines a person. Disregarding one’s individuality means not taking one for oneself. In Nathaniel Hawthorne’s novel, The Scarlet Letter, he discusses this similar ...
  45. English

    Are claims about moral issues subjective, objective or a matter of debate? Subjective and a matter of debate (but no one will really win the debate!) mor·al (môr'əl, mŏr'-) adj. Of or concerned with the judgment of the goodness or badness of human action and ...
  46. psychology

    In both parents are carriers of PKU A one child out of four will develop the disorder B none of the children will develop the disorder C their daughters are more likely to develop the disorder than their sons are. D all of their children will develop the disorder I believe A ...
  47. Psychology

    you examine basic concepts of human interaction from a psychology perspective. In your examination, describe at least two examples of how human behavior changes based on social situations. In your description be sure to address the following: a.Describe the specific behaviors...
  48. Criminal Justice

    Name at least three unintended consequences of an ever-increasing prison population? Give concrete examples of each. Discuss the political and social affects of these consequences. Are they acceptable? Explain your reasoning
  49. English

    I need you to check the question and my answer to it. Shall I include more details in the question? In sentences 3 and 5 I don't know which connectors to use (to express a contrast between two different concepts). How can't find a suitable verb to finish of my paragraph. Thank...
  50. ethics

    A coworker calls you at 9 a.m. at work and asks for a favor. He is having trouble this morning and will be an hour late for work. He explains that he has already been late for work twice this month and that a third time will cost him four hours of pay. He asks you to stop by ...
  51. Computer Programming

    Can anyone give me a site that contains a C source code. it must be a game or something that I can copy the code. thanks
  52. computers

    What is the code to unlock the elite puffle on club penguin? P.S: This is very important to me so please give me the code.
  53. english

    wat is moral imperfection? in your own words You need to do it in your own words. Moral imperfection is not immorality, but can lead to it. Lying is a moral imperfection, as is stealing, or cheating. Note to Michelle: When talking to your friends, using shortcuts is fine. When...
  54. ENGLISH

    When Grizzlies Walked Up Right: Modoc Questions Help Me Please? 1.What event, accident, or situation is being introduced? 2.What are two examples used to catch the readers attention? 3.How is the event broken broken into smaller segments? 4.Three details used to emphasize the ...
  55. language arts (adverbs)

    Modifying 1)what does the word (originally) modify in the sentence Native American originally developed lacrosse? 2) what does the word (first)modify in this sentence it was first played by the iriquois 3) what does the word (differently) modify in this sentence It was play ...
  56. SAT essay

    Should people change their decisions when circumstances change, or is it best for them to stick with their original decisions? Environments, including the people around us, the values of society and the opinions of the majority, always exert influence on our decision. Some ...
  57. English

    Hello. I'll be grateful for your help. 1)Is it possible to say "next day" instead of "tomorrow", for example: "I'm meeting with him next day."? 2)Is it possible to use "develop" in the meaning "explain", for example:"He will develop the situation later."? Thank you very much ...
  58. Ethics

    I am suppose to write an essay on a Moral Issue of my choice, but I do not really remember all of the Moral Issues, can someone give me a hand on the best one to write on, I need a awesome grade. Thanks Kelly
  59. Biology

    A recessive sex-linked allele (h) located on the X chromosome increases blood-clotting time, causing hemophilia. a. With the aid of a Punnet square explain how hemophilic offspring can be born to normal parents? My work: Hemophilic offspring could be born to normal parents ...
  60. General Psychology

    In considering the importance of culture to ethics please help me answer the below questions: 1. Are some cultures more moral than others? Please give examples and explain your position. Can you describe a moral standard that is at variance with your own ethical system? 2. Are...
  61. English

    I left out a few sentences on family relationships I'd like you to check. Thank you. I think the word choice an be improved. 1) Teenagers sometimes feel as if they are caught in a No-Man’s-Land (synonym?) between childhood and adulthood. On the one hand, they want to be ...
  62. Government

    The contention that the Constitution contains moral language that justifies the vigorous protection of individual rights by the judiciary is a view compatible with a. judicial activism. b. judicial restraint. c. analytical jurisprudence. d. precedent-based jurisprudence. e. ...
  63. code of ethics

    I am working on a paper about ethics in professional healthcare/medicine. It is difficult for me to word it properly, but here goes: Is "the right to die, or assisted suicide a question of ethics-or a moral dillema that healthcare professionals face? (helping terminal patients...
  64. pls, help me out(proofreading)

    Hi. I wrote an essay about GATTACA, a movie which describes our future life. I tried to criticize the company's employment policy. pls, check my essay, focusing on the rationales. ---------------------------------------------- Due to the dramatic advances in genetic ...
  65. environment

    In what circumstances would each approach to stakeholder impact analysis (moral standards, 5-question, and Pastin’s approach) be most useful?
  66. Accounting

    In what circumstances would each approach to stakeholder impact analysis (moral standards, 5-question, and Pastin’s approach) be most useful?
  67. health

    I need help coding this situation: A 67-year old Medicare patietn presents to the office, exhiting symptoms of HIV infection. After detailed examination, symptoms are determined to be advanced AIDS with manifestation of Kaposi's sarcoma and other opportunistic infections. I ...
  68. English

    Uther Pendragons willingness to give his son Arthur to Merlin in exchange for spending just one night with Igraine reflects the idea of courtly love chivalry "contemptu mundi" NoNE OF THE ABOVE This confuses me, I don't understand why he gave his child up, I don't think it ...
  69. Grammar

    Adverbs modify verbs. Adjectives modify nouns. Adjective: That car is different. Adverb: He thinks differently. What happens with the following verbs and why? He looks __________ Different or differently? He sounds different or differently? The form of Different is modifying ...
  70. child development

    1. When you share observations with parents, they typically A. develop trust in the program. B. pay less attention to their children. C. become less confident in themselves as parents. D. worry about their child's development.
  71. Philosophy

    True/False 1. Rosenstand argues that moral subjectivism is an intuitively sound, "live and let live" kind of moral position that is both appealing and socially cohesive. 2. For the members of the Flat Earth Society, who believe that all physical evidence of a round or ...
  72. Philosophy

    True/False 1. Rosenstand argues that moral subjectivism is an intuitively sound, "live and let live" kind of moral position that is both appealing and socially cohesive. 2. For the members of the Flat Earth Society, who believe that all physical evidence of a round or ...
  73. working with parents and families

    The purpose of including a dress code in the parent handbook is to ensure that children are A. neatly and cleanly dressed. B. dressed in a manner reflecting their parents' income. C. dressed in comfortable and suitable clothing. D. all dressed alike so that no child feels ...
  74. accounting

    In what circumstances would each approach to stakeholder impact analysis (moral standards, 5-question, and Pastin’s approach) be most useful? Generalize about the approaches and describe when each would be most or least useful
  75. accounting

    I am having a hard time of figuring this out can you please help me? In what circumstances would each approach to stakeholder impact analysis (moral standards, 5-question, and Pastin’s approach) be most useful?
  76. Accounting

    In what circumstances would each approach to stakeholder impact analysis (moral standards, five-question, and Pastin’s approach) be most useful? Summarize the approaches and describe when each would be most or least useful.
  77. accounting

    I am having a hard time of figuring this out can you please help me? In what circumstances would each approach to stakeholder impact analysis (moral standards, 5-question, and Pastin’s approach) be most useful?
  78. Accounting

    Can someone please help me with this because I am lost. In what circumstances would each approach to stakeholder impact analysis (moral standards, 5-question, and Pastin’s approach) be most useful? Generalize about the approaches and describe when each would be most or least...
  79. Accounting

    Can someone please help me with this because I am lost. In what circumstances would each approach to stakeholder impact analysis (moral standards, 5-question, and Pastin’s approach) be most useful? Generalize about the approaches and describe when each would be most or least...
  80. accounting ethics

    n what circumstances would each approach to stakeholder impact analysis (moral standards, five-question, and Pastin’s approach) be most useful? Summarize the approaches and describe when each would be most or least useful.
  81. criminal justice

    Which of the following statements is most likely to be used to advocate ethical egoism? A. In making decisions that affect ourselves, we should seek to be as impartial as a disinterested spectator. B. If no harm is being caused by a situation that brings about happiness for ...
  82. Philosophy - Ethics

    I'm trying to write a 2-3 paged essay about a topic that Immanuel Kant covers in his book Grounding for the Metaphysics of Morals. My working thesis is 'Univeral law of morality can not be based on anything other than duty.' But I don't know if I should say duty. Is he basing ...
  83. Religion

    List at least two effects that organized religion has had on society and give examples from past and/or present world events that illustrate your examples. Try Google searches of the following: crusades, "war on terror", jihad, "thirty years war", reformation, pilgrims, "...
  84. algebra

    50. Steve borrows $4,800 from his parents to purchase a used car. No interest is charged on the loan and Steve will pay his parents $150 per month until the loan is paid off. (a)Write a function that describes the relationship between the amount Steve owes his parents and the ...
  85. Home, school and community

    A teacher who makes a genuine effort to understand and solve problems that parents may have in a situation, but still finds no solution should: A. ask for the child to be moved to another class. B. remember that he or she is not alone. C. do exactly what the parent wants to ...
  86. english -

    Describe a time when your moral values influenced the way you responded to an issue. What differences did you notice between your logical reasoning process and your moral reasoning process? What were the possible consequences or outcomes of your decision? (150-200) Three years...
  87. Religion

    Discuss the ways that two religious traditions approach the problem of evil and establish a moral code for believers. Compare and contrast the two approaches.
  88. critical thinking

    Resource: “Terri Schiavo’s Parents” news clip · Due Date: Day 4 [Main forum] · View the CNN Pipeline news clip located on aXcess for Week Eight. · Post your response to the following: State your stance on the Terri Schiavo case, and identify the moral value judgment ...
  89. criminal justice

    Make up a federal case against a fictitious criminal offender. Use your knowledge to develop the circumstances and details that would be involved. In your assignment, provide a description of the criminal offender, including the type of crime committed and the charge handed ...
  90. ethics

    Write a 1,750- to 2,450-word paper that formulates your personal code of ethics, using one of the major ethical frameworks as a guide. Include answers to the following questions: o In previous weeks, you examined the professional code of ethics for a field in criminal justice ...
  91. Please help--algebra!

    Here's the question I'm having trouble with. Please walk me completely through the question and give me the answer so I can thoroughly understand it, so I can solve similar problems in the future. #1: Mary uses a secret code to write messages. First, she translates each letter...
  92. Philosophy

    Can someone please check my answers if it is right. Thank you! True/False 1. Rosenstand argues that moral subjectivism is an intuitively sound, "live and let live" kind of moral position that is both appealing and socially cohesive. -FALSE 2. For the members of the Flat Earth ...
  93. Writing

    I have to write 10 statements on the pros of dress code. I have 5 for con so far: 1. freedom of expression 2. waste of money 3. dress code can give you meaningless detentions 4. limited choices on what to wear. 5. being different from each other. can you please help me? i cant...
  94. writing

    I have to write 10 statements on the cons of dress code. I have 5 for con so far: 1. freedom of expression 2. waste of money 3. dress code can give you meaningless detentions 4. limited choices on what to wear. 5. being different from each other. can you please help me? i cant...
  95. Algebra 1

    Task 2 In Task 1 you determined how much of your own money you’re willing to spend to get your business started. This is your limit—when making your product you can’t exceed this amount. a. Write an inequality that represents the fact that while making your product you ...
  96. English

    Can you check these other sentences, too. Thank you. 1) Michael Brown believes that shows such as the “Funniest Home Videos” have a negative effect on the children. 2) They show children making fun of their parents while the TV hosts, along with the audience have a nice ...
  97. Business Law

    1. The Law that enables the federal government to remove from the market any food shown to cause cancer is the A. Consumer Product Safety Act B. Right to Health Amendment C. Strict Liability Rule D. Delaney Amendment In my book it was confusing because it stated that the law ...
  98. Current moral and ethical issues.

    I need to describe current moral and ethical issues faced by a child's day care. Can somebody give me some current moral and ethical issues?
  99. science

    Do you think, based on knowledge, that the portrayal of anthropology in the media is correct and/or appropriate in this article Cambridge-based scientists develop 'superwheat' Website: BBC News
  100. Ethics and the Administration of Justice

    Please Help!!!· In previous weeks, you examined the professional code of ethics for a field in criminal justice and analyzed ethical dilemmas for several fields. How does your code of ethics compare to the professional code of ethics? What are the differences between your ...
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