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SOC 120 Entire Course Introductions to Ethics & Social Responsibility Flashcards
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SOC 120 Entire Course Introductions to Ethics & Social Responsibility http://homeworklance.com/downloads/soc-120-entire-course-introductions-ethics-social-responsibility/ SOC 120 Entire Course Introductions to Ethics & Social Responsibility Relativism. Give an example of something that one culture might regard as a virtue that another culture might not. Explain why this could lead to relativism. Egoism and Altruism. Psychological egoism claims that whatever we do, we do out of self-interest. Give an example of an act you think is not done out of self-interest, and explain how the psychological egoist might try to interpret that act as selfish. School Prayer. John wants prayer in school, and Mary does not. Describe a compromise position you think John and Mary might agree on, and identify any problems that position might encounter. Responsibility and Reward. You work hard in your office; overtime, weekends, and early mornings. You get paid well, but you realize your coworkers get paid the same as you do, though they do not put in the effort you do. Some have even been promoted ahead of you. Identify which of the responses below is the best one to adopt: a. Continue to work hard and hope it is recognized b. Begin slacking off c. Roll your eyes at the other employees and make them feel guilty d. Look for another job Your initial post should be at least 250 words in length. Support your claims with examples from required material(s) and/or other scholarly resources, and properly cite any references. Respond to at least two of your classmates’ posts by Day 7. Relativism and Morality. In “Some Moral Minima,” Lenn Goodman argues that there are certain things that are simply wrong. Do you think Goodman is right? Using specific examples, explore the challenges Goodman presents to relativism. Determine whether you think there are such universal moral requirements, and defend your answer in a well-argued three page paper. Death Penalty. Advocates of the death penalty recognize that no system is perfect and that applying the death penalty runs a small risk of executing someone who is innocent. Is this a price society should be willing to pay? Future Generations and Development. Answer one (1) of the questions below. Be sure to explain your answer. a. Assume that by burning coal extensively, the U. S. causes a substantial increase in pollution and acid rain, and Canada, understandably, objects. How might the U. S. and Canada resolve this dispute? b. How can underdeveloped societies grow economically and develop technologically without causing environmental harm to their own country as well as to other countries? c. Can countries such as the United States continue to grow and develop without causing environmental damage? How can one balance the demands of economic development with environmental concerns? Rough Draft of Final Paper on Ethics: Theory and Practices. In this course, we look at classical ethical theories of utilitarianism, deontology, and virtue ethics. We also look at the different kinds of perspectives on ethical issues introduced by relativism, ethical egoism, and emotivism. For this paper, you will pick an ethical issue to discuss, but one that is not a specific topic addressed in our text (thus, gun control or product liability would not be possible choices). Some examples are given below, but it is recommended that you choose to write on a topic you have already encountered or you have thought about previously. (One way of thinking about this is to think of an ethical issue that either worries you or enrages you.) Identify, specifically, the ethical issue and the ethical problems it presents. Drawing on various sources, explain how one of the classical theories (utilitarianism, deontology, virtue ethics) would resolve the problem. Then, contrast this response with the perspective brought to the issue by relativism, emotivism, or ethical egoism. Finally, state which of these views is closer to your own, supporting your response with a clearly-presented and well-supported argument. The more specific you can be the better, and feel free to include examples that will strengthen your account. Possible Topics Physician Assisted Suicide Corporate Contributions to Political Campaigns Ethical Treatment of Prisoners The Media and Its Responsibilities Gay Marriage Health Care: Right or Privilege Ethical Treatment of Animals Legalizing Marijuana Ethical Problems of Gambling Progressive Taxation Rates Following Military Orders That May Be Unethical Age Restrictions on Alcohol Relative to Military Eligibility Presumption of Innocence. In discussions about personal privacy and government surveillance, one sometimes hears “If you’re not doing anything wrong, you don’t have anything to worry about.” What is your reaction to this claim? Give two examples of some things that may not be “wrong” but you do not necessarily want to be public knowledge. Workplace Surveillance. Imagine your boss has decided that all phone calls, e-mails, and other communications will be recorded and monitored. What assumptions is the boss making about the employees? Is such monitoring justified morally? Is it a good idea as a management tool? “Victimless” Crime. Can the government require you to a wear seat belt while driving? What is the argument that it can, and what is the argument that it cannot? How would such seat belt laws differ from the requirement that infants in cars be in car seats? Ethical Progress. The outlawing of slavery and extending voting rights to women seem to indicate that ethics can have beneficial results. Give an example from the past that indicates a similar result or a current social policy that might be regarded as wrong, which therefore needs to be changed. Give your reasons and indicate which ethical theory you believe provides the best support for your view. Focus of the Final Paper In this course, we look at classical ethical theories of utilitarianism, deontology, and virtue ethics. We also look at the different kinds of perspectives on ethical issues introduced by relativism, ethical egoism, and emotivism. For this paper, you will pick an ethical issue to discuss, but one that is not a specific topic addressed in our text (thus, gun control or product liability would not be possible choices). Some examples are given below, but it is recommended that you choose to write on a topic you have already encountered or you have thought about previously. (One way of thinking about this is to think of an ethical issue that either worries you or enrages you.) Identify, specifically, the ethical issue and the ethical problems it presents. Drawing on various sources, explain how one of the classical theories (utilitarianism, deontology, virtue ethics) would resolve the problem. Then, contrast this response with the perspective brought to the issue by relativism, emotivism, or ethical egoism. Finally, state which of these views is closer to your own, supporting your response with a clearly-presented and well-supported argument. The more specific you can be the better, and feel free to include examples that will strengthen your account. Possible Topics Physician Assisted Suicide Corporate Contributions to Political Campaigns Ethical Treatment of Prisoners The Media and Its Responsibilities Gay Marriage Health Care: Right or Privilege Ethical Treatment of Animals Legalizing Marijuana Ethical Problems of Gambling Progressive Taxation Rates Following Military Orders That May Be Unethical Age Restrictions on Alcohol Relative to Military Eligibility
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SCI 207 Entire Course All LABS Flashcards
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SCI 207 Entire Course All LABS To Buy this Class Copy & paste below link in your Brower http://homeworklance.com/downloads/sci-207-entire-course-labs/ Or Visit Our Website Visit : http://homeworklance.com Email Us : lancehomework@gmail.com SCI 207 Entire Course All LABS SCI 207 Week 1 SCI 207 Week 1 Innovation and Sustainability assignment SCI 207 Week 1 Discussions SCI 207 Week 1 Lab Population Biology SCI 207 Week 1 Lab 1 Dissolved oxygen is oxygen that is trapped in a fluid, such as water. Since many living organism requires oxygen to survive, it is a necessary component of water systems such as streams, lakes and rivers in order to support aquatic life. The dissolved oxygen is measured in units of parts per million (ppm). Examine the data in Table 4 showing the amount of dissolved oxygen present and the number of fish observed in the body of water the sample was taken from; finally, answer the questions below. 1. What patterns do you observe based on the information in Table 4? 1. Develop a hypothesis relating to the amount of dissolved oxygen measured in the water sample and the number of fish observed in the body of water? 1. What would your experimental approach be to test this hypothesis? 1. What would be the independent and dependent variables? 1. What would be your control? 1. What type of graph would be appropriate for this data set? Why? 1. Graph the data from Table 4: Water Quality vs. Fish Population (found at the beginning of this exercise). Describe what your graph looks like (you do not have to submit a picture of the actual graph!!). 1. Interpret the data from the graph made in Question 7. Lab 1 – Exercise 2: Percentage Error In the questions below, determine the percentage error. Show your work on all problems. 1. A science teacher tells her class that their final project requires the students to measure a specific variable and determine the velocity of a car with no more than 2.50% error. Jennifer and Johnny work hard and decide the velocity of the car is 34.87 m/s. The teacher informs them that the actual velocity is 34.15 m/s. Will Jennifer and Johnny pass their final project? 1. A locomotive train is on its way from Chicago, IL to Madison, WI. The trip is said to last 3.15 hours. When the train arrives in Madison the conductor notices it actually took them 3.26 hours. The train company prides itself on always having its trains to the station within a 3.00% error of the expected time. Will the train company live up to its reputation on this trip? 1. A coach tells his little league players that hitting a 0.275 batting average, within 7.000% percentage error, means that they had a really great season. Seven year old Tommy ended the season hitting a 0.258 batting average. According to his coach, did he have a great season? SCI 207 Week 2 SCI 207 Week 2 Lab 2 Water Quality and Contamination SCI 207 Week 2 Discussions SCI 207 Week 2 Footprints Lab SCI 207 Week 2 Pinchot Lab SCI 207 Week 3 SCI 207 Week 3 Lab 3 Post-Lab Questions 1. Restate your hypothesis. Was it confirmed or denied? How do you know? 1. Indicate which species was removed during each round of the experiment. 1. Explain how the ecosystem was affected by the missing species for each round of the experiment. 1. What actions do we as humans engage in that can lead to extinction of any of these components? 1. What can we do to minimize our impact on the ecosystem? Lab 3 – Experiment 2: Diversity of Plants Post-Lab Questions 1. Restate your hypothesis. Was it confirmed or denied? How do you know? 1. How many different kinds of species did you find in your sample? Which species is the most numerous in your sample area? Which is the least numerous? 1. If each peat pot was a sample you found in a group of wildflowers, would you determine based on the diversity of flowers that the ecosystem is healthy? 1. How does biodiversity contribute to overall health of an ecosystem? SCI 207 Week 3 Discussions SCI 207 Week 3 Global Warming - Outline SCI 207 Week 3 Quiz SCI 207 Week 4 SCI207 week 4 Energy Sources and Alternative Energy. Lab 4 – Experiment 1: The Effects of Coal Mining Post-Lab Questions 1. Restate your hypothesis. Was it confirmed or denied? How do you know? 1. What, if any, change did you observe within your water samples? 1. What type of substance formed in the jars? 1. What effect do you predict coal mining has on the environment? 1. What can be done to prevent mine drainage from damaging the ecosystem? Lab 4 – Experiment 2: Solar Energy 1. Restate your hypothesis. Was it confirmed or denied? How do you know? 1. How did the revolutions of the motor compare when the solar cell was held to an incandescent light source vs. the sun as a light source? 1. Does increased exposure to the sun’s light produce more current? Explain. 1. How did shading different parts of the solar panel affect the motor’s output? 1. What effect did you observe when different colored filters were placed atop the solar panel? What does this indicate about different wavelengths of light? 1. How could you increase the electricity generated by a solar cell during the day, when the sun’s angle is constantly changing? SCI 207 Week 4 Discussion Questions SCI 207 Week 4 Lab Greenhouse Gases SCI 207 Week 4 Nuclear Power SCI 207 Week 5 SCI 207 Week 5 LAB Weather and Climate Change Lab 5 – Experiment 1: Modeling the Water Cycle Post-Lab Questions 1. Restate your hypothesis. Was it confirmed or denied? How do you know? 1. Which water cycle processes are represented in this model and by what components? Which processes are not represented? How could the model be altered to include these processes? How would the “weather” be affected if the water was at a decreased temperature? Lab 5 – Experiment 2: Assessing Infiltration Post-Lab Questions 1. Restate your hypothesis. Was it confirmed or denied? How do you know? What formed on the inside of the bags? What parts of the water cycle are represented in this experiment? What condition showed the greatest change? What force contributed to this change? How would increasing the proportion of land (sand) to water affect the amount of water vapor released? How would drought conditions impact infiltration and condensation from the ground? SCI 207 Week 5 Discussions SCI 207 Week 5 Lab SCI 207 Week 5 Assignment Final Paper
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RES 351 Business Research Ethics All Complete Weeks1-5 Flashcards
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RES 351 Business Research Ethics All Complete Weeks1-5 http://homeworklance.com/downloads/res-351-business-research-ethicscomplete-wk-1-5/ RES 351 (Business Research Ethics) Complete Course Week 1-5 RES 351 Week 1 Discussion Question 1 RES 351 Week 1 Discussion Question 2 RES 351 Week 1 Individual Assignment Current Events in Business Research Paper RES 351 Week 2 Discussion Question 1 RES 351 Week 2 Discussion Question 2 RES 351 Week 2 Individual Assignment Business Research Ethics Paper RES 351 Week 2 LT Reflection Summary RES 351 Week 3 Discussion Question 1 RES 351 Week 3 Discussion Question 2 RES 351 Week 3 Individual Assignment Understanding Business Research Terms and Concepts Part 1 RES 351 Week 3 LT Reflection Summary RES 351 Week 3 Learning Team Assignment Preparing to Conduct Business Research Part 1 RES 351 Week 4 Discussion Question 1 RES 351 Week 4 Discussion Question 2 RES 351 Week 4 Individual Assignment Understanding Business Research Terms and Concepts Part 2 RES 351 Week 4 LT Reflection Summary RES 351 Week 5 Discussion Question 1 RES 351 Week 5 Discussion Question 2 RES 351 Week 5 Individual Assignment Understanding Business Research Terms and Concepts Part 3 RES 351 Week 5 LT Reflection Summary RES 351 Week 5 Team Assignment Preparing to Conduct Business Research Part 3
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