Ethical concerns

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  • Ethical Concerns : Ethical Issues

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    Hydrofracking Ethical Concerns One of the focal points in the argument for and against hydrofracking is the ethical concerns of the process. These ethical concerns can be broken down into a collection of other topics. Hydrofracking ethical concerns are based on a web of different topics. The first of which is political; as hydrofracking is a political topic as much as it is any other. Currently some states allow hydrofracking and some do not. On the political side of things Republicans tend

  • The Ethical Concerns Of Psychotherapy

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    problem of confidentiality. That in what kind of situation should a therapist disclose the content of the therapy is actually hard to be determined. Whether or not leaking the secrets of the patients under certain circumstances is ethical becomes one of biggest ethical dilemma in Psychotherapy. The typical cases will be: If the patient is doing certain illegal activities that violates the law with no one knowing it, should the therapist report it? Do the parents of the patient have the right to know

  • Ethical Concerns On Abortion

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    Abortion concerns My wife and I are against abortion. But if a pregnant woman wants to end her unplanned pregnancy, for health or economic reasons, this is between her and God and between her and the law of the land. It’s nobody else’s business. I don’t understand why this will anger somebody to the extent of committing murder! In the United States, 60 percent of pregnancies are unplanned. Every American has every right to believe abortion is wrong, and a moral sin. But the loud and angry voices

  • Explain The Ethical Concerns Of Nike

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    P4: examine the ethical concerns of the communities in which Nike operates: Nike is an American multinational corporation, which is primarily focused in the production of footwear, apparel, equipment, accessories and offering services. Over the past several years, Nike has raised many ethical concerns in the communities in which they operate. They have local, regional, national and global affects. Globalisation Globalisation is a process in which a business expands into other regions and operates

  • Lifespan Research: Ethical Concerns

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    Some of the ethical concerns relating to the lifespan research is that any scientific knowledge can sometimes exploit people and it could pose a serious ethical dilemma when it comes to examining the guidelines of the research situations. It also depends on the researcher. The researcher does the research, give procedures to the participants, and sometimes seek advice from other professionals. When it comes to the research, there are four rights given to the participants. The four rights are protection

  • Ethical Concerns Of Computer Technology

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    Ethical Concerns in Computing A journey down the fine line of ethical concerns in computing. However there is a constant change in nature and in technology. Therefore, change creates a difficulty in what specific moral codes are to be followed when viewing the region of computer technology, moreover it is a necessity that ethics be considered when making decisions in this specific region. Computing or in other words the use or operation of computers (Bowles, M. D. 2013). Has created a whole new

  • Ethical Concerns Of Autonomous Vehicles

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    ¬¬¬ Ethical Concerns for Autonomous Vehicles The Issues with Designing the Perfect Driver Bob Jack University of North Texas Author Note This paper was prepared for Social Issues in Computing, CSCE 4010, Section 1, taught by Ian Brooks.  Abstract At the rate our technology develops, it’s difficult to keep up with the issues and concerns that result from our creations. Over the past few years, the development of the driverless car has moved closer to reality. In 2012, Google’s driverless

  • The Ethical Concerns Involving Tobacco

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    The main ethical concerns involving tobacco is well known to educated Americans; however, the ethics around the marketing aspects of tobacco, especially tobacco exposure to children, are less talked about. Some of the early marketing decisions of tobacco can be traced back to one of the most renowned and valuable cigarette brands in the world, Marlboro. Marlboro first emerged onto the tobacco scene at the beginning of the nineteenth century. They originally were a cigarette brand with a female-based

  • Discuss The Ethical Concerns Of Nike

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    P4: examine the ethical concerns of the communities in which Nike operates: Nike is an American multinational corporation, which is primarily focused in the production of footwear, apparel, equipment, accessories and offering services. Over the past several years, Nike has raised many ethical concerns in the communities in which they operate. They have local, regional, national and global affects. Globalisation Globalisation is a process in which a business expands into other regions and operates

  • Deception Is Not Based On Ethical Concerns

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    now deeply embedded within the practice. Deception is often permitted in sociology and social psychology, but prohibited within economics. Barrera and Simpson (2012) believe that the differences regarding the use of deception is not based on ethical concerns. Those who do not agree with deception argue that deceiving people results in invalid outcomes. Those who agree with the use of deception believe that it has minimal bearing and can be used to enhance the validity of results (Barrera & Simpson

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