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  1. Ethics

    M.K. Gallant is president of Kranbrack Corporation, a company whose stock is traded on a national exchange. In a meeting with investment analysts at the beginning of the year, Gallant had predicted that the company’s earnings would grow by 20% this year.

    asked by Chris M on November 11, 2010
  2. Ethics

    1. With regard to how we feel about ourselves and our own accomplishments, which of the following would be the virtuous midpoint between moral deficiency and excess? A. Arrogance B. Servility C. Self-respect/proper pride D. Courage is it C 2. Part of the

    asked by Any on March 16, 2014
  3. ethics

    There is a difference between power and authority. Which statement below best describes the relationship and/or difference between power and authority? All supervisors have power and authority. Supervisors gain authority from the people they supervise and

    asked by Jennifer on April 22, 2016
  4. Ethics

    1. When confronted with a moral dilemma, care ethics encourages us to consider: A. relevant duties and imperatives. B. equality and proportionality. C. situational factors and the needs of all involved. D. natural and legal rights. im confused between B

    asked by Any on March 16, 2014
  5. Ethics

    With regard to the Hippocratic Oath, which of the following statements, if any, is true? The Hippocratic Oath requires physicians to obtain the consent of their patients. The Hippocratic Oath requires physicians to provide information to their patients.

    asked by Anonymous on February 4, 2017
  6. ethics

    Choose an ethical approach and explain the steps one should take when one discovers that a supervisor is performing a lawful, but immoral act.

    asked by Anonymous on November 13, 2010
  7. ethics

    Disloyalty, greed, mercilessness, prejudice, and intolerance are examples of: a. Moral virtues. b. Corrective emotions. c. Other-directed traits. d. Moral vices. is it D

    asked by Amy on April 20, 2016
  8. ethics

    what is ethics Ethics is the analysis of good, evil, right, wrong, and the practices thereof. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethics There are many different types of ethics as well...medical ethics for example and medical ethics might be about euthanasia,

    asked by haha on November 9, 2006
  9. Ethics

    The Edwin Meese syndrome, giving examples from the fields of probation and parole.

    asked by Eva on May 4, 2009
  10. ethics

    Does your organization address ethical issues in a formal and systematic way? If so, is it a cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all approach or has the organization customized an ethical culture to match its unique needs? Please provide examples. i don't have a

    asked by bob on November 22, 2010
  11. Ethics

    Things we are morally obligated NOT to do (e.g., lie, cheat, exploit others) can be termed: A. correlated duties. B. negative duties. C. positive law. D. positive duties. im confused between B and D

    asked by Any on March 12, 2014
  12. ethics

    Part of the value of moral virtues is that they help us overcome tendencies to think, feel, and act in ways indifferent or harmful. In other words, we can think of virtues as: Answer Irascible. Corrective. Servile. Intrinsic.

    asked by kim on September 1, 2014
  13. Ethics

    HIPAA, GLB, and COPPA laws can help ensure people's privacy. What is their ethical justification? Is there gray area in these laws? How do some businesses try to find their way around these laws

    asked by David on May 24, 2013
  14. Ethics

    1. Which of the following is a key Aristotelian idea that describes a midpoint between extremes of excess and deficiency? A. Eudaimonia B. The golden mean C. The middle path D. Care is it B 2. Which of the following is a virtue commonly emphasized in

    asked by Any on March 16, 2014
  15. Ethics

    1. Those things that we hold to be worthwhile and worth pursuing, such as freedom, happiness, and health, can be thought of as: A. virtues. B. values. C. vices. D. obligations. is it B 2. Which of the following would NOT be an example of a moral value? A.

    asked by Any on February 14, 2014
  16. 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

    asked by Amy on March 25, 2016
  17. Ethics

    1. Direct misconduct by a police officer, such as extorting money from drug dealers, would be an example of which of the following forms of misconduct? A. Nonfeasance B. Misfeasance C. Malfeasance D. All of the above im confused between C and D 2. A law

    asked by Any on February 24, 2014
  18. 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.

    asked by Any on March 12, 2014
  19. 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

    asked by Any on February 17, 2014
  20. Ethics

    Are my answers correct? Please help. Thank you! 18-20) Some arguments have complex premises, where too much information is given. Outline the following argument. Some matters of foreign policy are just beyond George W. Bush’s grasp, for, like in the

    asked by Anna on January 21, 2015
  21. ethics

    According to Aristotle, human beings are different from all other living things because of our: A. tolerance for pain. B. reason and rationality. C. free will. D. faithfulness. im confused between B n C

    asked by Amy on April 20, 2016
  22. Ethics

    1. Moral principles or moral rules such as "never kill an innocent human being" might be described as: A. virtues. B. conditionals. C. maxims. D. courses of best interest. is it A 2. Which of the following would be a form of disablement? A. Committing a

    asked by Any on March 12, 2014
  23. Ethics

    1. Kantian (deontological) ethics justifies criminal punishment on which of the following grounds? A. Retribution B. Rehabilitation C. Deterrence D. Incapacitation is it A 2. For Kant, the focus of the moral life is: A. pursuing freedom. B. doing one’s

    asked by Any on March 12, 2014
  24. Ethics

    1. "Goods" that are valued as a means to some other good are referred to as: A. intrinsic. B. instrumental. C. extraneous. D. non-essential. im confused between A and B 2. Which of the following refers to the study of questions concerning right and wrong

    asked by Any on February 14, 2014
  25. ethics

    Which of the following key deontological concepts refers to the idea that criminal punishment should “fit the crime”? Answer Retribution Desert Proportionality Recidivism

    asked by kim on September 1, 2014
  26. Ethics

    Life, justice, and happiness are typically considered to be: A. intrinsic goods. B. instrumental goods. C. intrinsic evils. D. non-moral values. is it A

    asked by Amy on March 25, 2016
  27. Ethics

    Tony works for a small company that tests electronics products before they are released to the market. The company performs independent quality assurance tests to certify that the products meet all government regulation standards. Tony’s company signs a

    asked by Sagar on October 6, 2019
  28. ethics

    Which of the following types of programs seeks to bring victims and offenders together, promoting healthy interaction between them? Answer Victim-offender reunification Preservation programs Victim-offender reconciliation Validation programs

    asked by kim on September 1, 2014
  29. ethics

    For Kant, the focus of the moral life is: Answer Pursuing freedom. Doing one’s duty. Attaining happiness. Achieving intellectual pleasures.

    asked by kim on September 1, 2014
  30. Ethics

    1. Which of the following positions holds that moral beliefs vary from person to person, and that one person's beliefs and practices cannot be said to be more right (or wrong) that any other person's? A. Relativism B. Pluralism C. The principle of

    asked by Any on February 24, 2014
  31. ethics

    Disloyalty, greed, mercilessness, prejudice, and intolerance are examples of: Answer Moral virtues. Corrective emotions. Other-directed traits. Moral vices.

    asked by kim on September 1, 2014
  32. ethics

    Traits of character that dispose a person to act in a moral fashion are typically referred to as: Answer Vices. Character tendencies. Dispositional values. Virtues.

    asked by kim on September 1, 2014
  33. Ethics

    1. Modern-day determinism tends to be based in: A. religious teachings. B. science. C. the idea of predestination. D. intentionalism. is it B 2. Which of the following is theorized to play an important role in imitative behavior and our capacity to relate

    asked by Any on February 17, 2014
  34. Ethics

    Why is adherence to ethical standards important for the smooth functioning of an advanced market economy?

    asked by malia on April 8, 2008
  35. Ethics

    1. Which of the following ethical frameworks suggests that morality should be linked to human nature, including a concern for human dignity and universal human rights? A. Utilitarianism B. Ethical egoism C. Social hedonism D. Natural law is it D 2. If the

    asked by Any on March 5, 2014
  36. Ethics

    1. With respect to religion and morality, the problem of common ground refers to the fact that religious commands and principles: A. are too old to be valuable today. B. are of unknown origin. C. only appeal to believers. D. are often immoral themselves.

    asked by Any on February 24, 2014
  37. Ethics

    1. Deterrence occurs when we: A. discourage offenders from repeating offenses, or discourage others by example. B. change the character of an offender such that she or he is no longer inclined to commit criminal offenses. C. prevent offenders from

    asked by Any on March 12, 2014
  38. 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

    asked by Gurv on November 9, 2006
  39. Ethics

    1. If we eliminate free will completely, we would also be eliminating: A. the possibility of genetic bases for human behavior. B. the value of modern science. C. moral responsibility. D. excuses for criminal conduct. is it C 2.

    asked by Any on February 17, 2014
  40. Ethics

    o The Ethical issues considered important in today’s health care organization • how will ethical issues alter your way of conducting change in the organization? O The impact of financial and human resource management. • How will

    asked by HELLLLLPPPPPP on October 31, 2010
  41. ethics

    Write a 200-300 word summary that answers the following questions: what information about race and ethnicity in the united states has helped you better understand or relate to specific minority groups?, Have you learned something new about your own cutural

    asked by kim on March 16, 2009
  42. Ethics

    Which of the following frameworks encourages us to imagine alternative solutions to moral dilemmas, "focusing less on deciding between given alternatives" and,instead, "envisioning new alternatives" that we may not have initally considered? A.

    asked by Pat on May 16, 2014
  43. Ethics

    I need some Examples of environmental-based ethical dilemmas for me to do my assignment on any suggestions would be helpful.

    asked by Abby on March 27, 2008
  44. Ethics

    Codes of ethics are best understood as: A. general principles. B. detailed solutions to ethical problems. C. formal laws with prescribed punishments. D. All of the above is it D

    asked by Amy on March 25, 2016
  45. ethics

    Which of the following serves, in theory, to prevent crime by physically preventing an offender from repeating criminal actions? Answer Specific deterrence lex talionis Disablement (or incapacitation) Retribution

    asked by kim on September 1, 2014
  46. ethics

    Which of the following does Viktor Frankl claim that the prisoners in concentration camps needed in order to survive their ordeal? a. Faith in the future. b. Faith in humanity. c. Faith in God. d. Faith in the workings of fate.

    asked by anna on August 25, 2014
  47. ethics

    What are some examples of cultural differences around the world that can affect business practices? Should a business change practices based on cultural sensitivities? Why or why not?

    asked by Anonymous on December 5, 2010
  48. ethics

    Consider the following scenario: You are aware of a problem that is costing your company productivity. This problem is caused by a fellow employee who refuses to use current technology. This employee has asked you to keep the situation to yourself, since

    asked by Anonymous on November 16, 2010
  49. ethics

    Explain the Edwin Meese synddrome, giving examples from the fields of probation and parole

    asked by frank on May 16, 2010
  50. Ethics

    The primary purpose of ethical inquiry is to: A. find all the possible solutions to a problem. B. critically reflect upon how we live and the choices we make. C. learn about the philosophies of the past 2000 years. D. memorize relevant codes of conduct. is

    asked by Amy on March 25, 2016
  51. Ethics

    How do you format a journal entry in apa writing style ? http://nutsandbolts.washcoll.edu/ Scroll down and look in the list on the left. You'll find an entire section on APA. http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/research/index.html Scroll down until you

    asked by kim on October 28, 2006
  52. Ethics

    Things we are morally obligated NOT to do (e.g., lie, cheat, exploit others) can be termed: A. correlated duties. B. negative duties. C. positive law. D. positive duties. is it D

    asked by Amy on April 19, 2016
  53. ethics

    Viktor Frankl states that it is ______ to define lifes meaning in broad and sweeping terms. a. Necessary. b. Easy. c. Impossible. d. Possible but very hard.

    asked by Annette on November 28, 2014
  54. Ethics

    Which of the following answers to the meaning of life did Tolstoy hold prior to his change of heart and mind? my answer is A a. Life has no meaning, and we must embrace that fact. b. Life's meaning is to provide comfort for oneself and one's family. c.

    asked by Annmarie on February 17, 2014
  55. ethics

    Would I talk about what I am expected to do in a Amish family as well as how I live with no electricity etc..... This Question is about the recent question of subordinate member and 3 day journal question I asked.

    asked by teri on February 4, 2011
  56. ethics

    write a memo explaining how you would enhance communication during a business trip to another country. We'll be glad to critique your memo. Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Since you say a "memo" you might like the following site from

    asked by Sharon on May 20, 2007
  57. Ethics

    Which of the following answers to the meaning of life did Tolstoy hold prior to his change of heart and mind? my answer is A a. Life has no meaning, and we must embrace that fact. b. Life's meaning is to provide comfort for oneself and one's family. c.

    asked by Annmarie on February 18, 2014
  58. ethics

    Write a 1,400- to 1,750-word autobiographical research paper analyzing the influences of race as it relates to your community. In your paper, write your first-person account of how human interactions in your community have been racialized. For the

    asked by jamanica on March 1, 2010
  59. 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

    asked by Gurv on November 9, 2006
  60. Ethics

    1. Which of the following would be of greatest concern from an ethical standpoint? A. The number of homicide victims in a given place during a given time period B. The legal elements of the crime of homicide C. Whether capital punishment is a justifiable

    asked by Any on February 14, 2014
  61. ethics

    What protects whistleblowers from retaliation? What federal law or federal act stands up for them?

    asked by Anonymous on December 4, 2010
  62. Ethics

    Describe the role civil disobedience played in the Civil Rights Movement. Civil disobedience means deliberately breaking a law that is believed to be unfair. When Rosa Parks sat in the front of the bus in Montgomery, Alabama, she was practicing civil

    asked by Sandra on November 7, 2006
  63. ethics

    1. Viktor Frankl states that it is ______ to define lifes meaning in broad and sweeping terms. a. Necessary. b. Easy. c. Impossible. d. Possible but very hard.

    asked by anna on August 25, 2014
  64. ethics

    the difference between psychological and ethical egoism?

    asked by chris on January 31, 2010
  65. Ethics

    1. When we claim that certain moral values or principles (e.g., do not steal) apply or should apply to all people, everywhere, we are saying that some values or principles are: A. descriptive. B. relative. C. universal. D. pragmatic. is it D 2. Which of

    asked by Any on February 24, 2014
  66. ethics

    What type of situation would personal or religious beliefs conflict with something that may be asked of you professionally? What should one do in this situation?

    asked by Anonymous on December 6, 2010
  67. ethics

    What is virtue and how do we acquire it? this is according to aristotle

    asked by justin on September 20, 2010
  68. ethics

    Religious discrimination against Muslims and Arab-appearance people rose steeply in the United States after 9/11. Consider the differences between Arabs, Muslims, and Arab Muslim extremists and fundamentalists. What may be done to maintain the American

    asked by juju on August 1, 2010
  69. ethics

    I need help getting started on this question: In the healthcare field, different groups of healthcare professionals adhere to their own codes of ethics. Using any resources available to you, research two different codes of ethics for any two groups of

    asked by Niki on February 2, 2010
  70. ethics

    If you are an employee of a business, and learn that it is violating the law, what would you do in this situation? What are your ethical obligations? Under what conditions would you report the illegal activities? Under what conditions would you keep quiet?

    asked by Anonymous on November 30, 2010
  71. ethics

    Examine the issue of monitoring of e-mail and develop a justification or condemnation for this use of the technology using a rules-based (Deontological) ethical theory

    asked by Anonymous on November 11, 2010
  72. ethics

    What is a workplace example of utilitarianism?

    asked by Anonymous on November 2, 2010
  73. ethics

    How would a utilitarian approach cause someone to make a different decision in certain cases. Can you think of cases in which a decision made would be different based on the ethical approach a person takes?

    asked by Anonymous on October 31, 2010
  74. ethics

    Approaching moral issues and ethical situations from each of the major ethical frameworks means deciding with duties or with any of the following EXCEPT: A. deciding with consequences. B. deciding with virtue C. deciding with care. D. deciding with

    asked by Amy on April 27, 2016
  75. Ethics

    Traits of character that dispose a person to act in a moral fashion are typically referred to as:

    asked by Anonymous on June 18, 2015
  76. ethics

    explain the ethics of public service. why must all criminal justice professionals adhere to such a set of ethics.

    asked by frank on May 16, 2010
  77. 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

    asked by jessie on May 15, 2010
  78. ethics

    I need help writing a two page paper answering these questions about the topic Autonomy: Respecting the Autonomy of Old People Living in Nursing Homes. Please help. Discuss the major codes of ethics of the stakeholders involved in the issue and how these

    asked by Niki on February 3, 2010
  79. ethics

    When confronted with a moral dilemma, care ethics encourages us to consider: Answer Relevant duties and imperatives. Equality and proportionality. Situational factors and the needs of all involved. Natural and legal rights.

    asked by kim on September 1, 2014
  80. ethics

    Choose an ethical approach and explain the steps one should take when a supervisor asks one to perform a lawful, but immoral act

    asked by norma on May 22, 2011
  81. Ethics

    what measurements do sociologists utilize to calculate prejudice

    asked by Rachael on May 1, 2011
  82. ethics

    A person driving home late one evening on a dark, deserted road comes across a single-vehicle accident. Getting out of the car and viewing the damaged vehicle, it is clear that the lone occupant, the driver, is hurt and unconscious. Wishing to help the

    asked by Ria on April 18, 2011
  83. Ethics

    What differentiates the act of grouping people from the act of stereotyping?

    asked by Rochelle on November 30, 2010
  84. ethics

    what are some methods sociologists use to measure prejudice

    asked by cristina on January 7, 2010
  85. Ethics

    should united states government policy favor certain kinds of immigrants? What do you think? Should we favor certain nationalities as we have throughout most of our history? Should we favor skilled and educated workers? Should we favor spouses and children

    asked by Anonymous on January 10, 2007
  86. Ethics

    The traditional view of medical ethics is that a physician has a duty to his or her individual patient, rather than to society as a whole. Under that view, a physician should not deny a potentially beneficial treatment for one patient, in order to save

    asked by Anonymous on March 30, 2017
  87. 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

    asked by anna on September 8, 2014
  88. Ethics

    The goal of Q-sort assessment is: Answer a. To create a comprehensive taxonomy of human attributes. b. To bring out an individual's repressed thoughts and feelings. c. To compare individuals with each other along a given dimension. d. To examine the unique

    asked by boo on March 6, 2014
  89. Ethics

    Which of the following answers to the meaning of life did Tolstoy hold prior to his change of heart and mind? my answer is A a. Life has no meaning, and we must embrace that fact. b. Life's meaning is to provide comfort for oneself and one's family. c.

    asked by Annmarie on February 17, 2014
  90. ethics

    Can you explain why these types of organizations have specific organizational cultures? Why does a high risk organization have a "baseball team culture", for example? Why does one go with the other?

    asked by Anonymous on November 19, 2010
  91. ethics

    Consider the following scenario: You are aware of a problem that is costing your company productivity. This problem is caused by a fellow employee who refuses to use current technology. This employee has asked you to keep the situation to yourself, since

    asked by Anonymous on November 15, 2010
  92. ethics

    Write a recommendation for both the Energy Cooperative and the Clean Power Company. Your recommendations should include: 1.A statement of the ethical concerns in each case 2.How it will affect the stakeholders in each case 3.At least 3 specific references

    asked by tina on August 5, 2010
  93. ethics

    o According to research and news reports within the past 2 years, what are some of the changes the United States has made to policies concerning the treatment of Muslim and Arabic members of society? CAN SOMEONE POINT ME IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION TO START MY

    asked by chadisia on March 15, 2010
  94. ethics

    The rising number of uninsured patients has led to an increased reliance on the hospital emergency room for routine non-emergency care. The EMTALA is an example of a law that impacts who must be seen when presenting to the emergency room seeking care. How

    asked by Niki on February 2, 2010
  95. ethics

    The rising number of uninsured patients has led to an increased reliance on the hospital emergency room for routine non-emergency care. The EMTALA is an example of a law that impacts who must be seen when presenting to the emergency room seeking care. How

    asked by Niki on February 2, 2010
  96. ethics

    75- to 100-word response describing the role civil disobedience played in the Civil Rights Movement.

    asked by munkin on February 3, 2009
  97. ethics

    Which of the following occurs when jurors return a verdict which is consistent with their own sense of justice and morality, but inconsistent with the law

    asked by Anonymous on May 23, 2015
  98. ethics

    Prima facie duties are different from categorical duties in that: Answer They can be overridden by more important duties in a given situation. They only need to be followed if doing so brings the best consequences. They only apply to some people. They only

    asked by kim on September 1, 2014
  99. ethics

    give examples from the field of probation and parole of the edwin meese syndrome

    asked by Katrina Pearson on January 19, 2012
  100. Ethics

    What are some advantages and disadvantage for a Christian following conscience rather than scripture.

    asked by Anique on March 8, 2011

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