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Addressing International Legal and Ethical IssuesTeam BUniversity of PhoenixBUS 415June 4, 2009Addressing International Legal and Ethical IssuesThe University of Phoenix offers a simulation about CadMex and Gentura and an international contract they pursue (University of Phoenix, 2009). CadMex as a pharmaceutical company is about to go into contract with Gentura, a company in the country of Candore. CadMex needs to make sure that the contract that is formulated offers protection that will mutually benefit each party while allowing CadMex to successfully market a new product from Gentura entitled ProPrev. This paper will answer why
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negotiating terms and condition. In preparing such documents as an international trade contract, a balance must be presented with an understanding of the purpose. This thought out plan must be extremely clear on what the goal is and who will be involved.According to Cad Mex Pharma's history, the company has strived to develop a "cost-effective health care product" (Addressing International Legal and Ethical Issues, 2004). The company's experience in international businesses has allowed over 127 global alliances. This also includes five research centers within the United States and Europe.While preparing this international contract, make an allowance for the company having limited experience in
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an agreement. If the venue is held on another country's soil, the same laws may not apply. This will also alleviate any concern of government interference since Candore is currently experiencing political turmoil.ReferencesUniversity of Phoenix. (2005). Addressing International and Ethical Legal Issues [Computer Software]. Retrieved September 3, 2006, from University of Phoenix, rEsource, Simulation, MGT415-Business Law Web site.Wikipedia. (2006). International Arbitration. Retrieved September 2, 2006, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_arbitration
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appropriate contract law, the proper forum for dispute resolution and proper utilization of the dispute resolution process will aid in the conduct of fair business with international entities such as Gentura. Gentura, and similar entities, can gain from the technology and resources of CadMex.Sincerely,V.P International Business DevelopmentUniversityReferencesAddressing International Legal and Ethical Issues. (2008). Retrieved September 21, 2008, from https://mycampus.phoenix.edu/secure/aapd/vendors/tata/UBAMSims/business_law1/business_law1_intl_legal_ethical_simulation.html.
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everyone involved, Gentura and CadMex, and the Candorean government were all able to reach agreements that everyone was happy with and that were also best for the businesses. In doing business with Gentura, CadMex learned a very valuable lesson about doing business with a foreign company. They learned that when a U.S. company enters into an agreement with a company located in another country, it must ensure that the contract, which forms the basis of the agreement, is legally enforceable. The contract drafted must protect the company's interests in the foreign country against all eventualities, given that possible disagreements and disputes are common in international trade. Besides the legal aspects of international business, American companies have to also consider the cultural and ethical differences inherent in such business transactions as well. The decisions made by CadMex provided solutions to issues that could have caused severe problems.
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Upon completion of the University of Phoenix simulation "Addressing International Legal and Ethical Issues," we as a team have outlined below several concerns that must be addressed prior to entering into any legally binding business contracts with international organizations.Addressing International Legal and Ethical Issues.Prior to entering into international contractual business agreements it is important to take into consideration the rules and laws of all countries that are to be bound by those agreements, as well as any multinational governing bodies such as the WTO. Among the many issues that should be considered include the political stability of the countries involved, copyright
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conduct business with each other, there are specific legal and ethical standards that have been set within each country. The participating businesses must be aware of the legal guidelines that must be followed in order to avoid potential legal issues. Being that there may be cultural differences between businesses, the responsibility relies on these businesses to insure that the ethical guidelines are also followed. Legal and ethical issues may arise while conducting business in other countries. The importance of knowing what the issues are and how to resolve them will produce affective international businesses and relationships.ReferencesCheeseman, H. (2007). The Legal Environment of Environment of Business OnlineCommerce. Prentice HallUniversity of Phoenix. (2009). Week three overview. Retrieved May 16, 2009from University of Phoenix, Week Three, rEsource. BUS415-Addressing International and Ethical Issues Simulation.
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International Legal and Ethical Issues
When businesses deal globally to expand their markets they may face dilemmas which must be dealt with to avoid conflict. The types of issues many companies encounter deal with legal, ethical and cultural encounters. From our example we see the legal issues in settling disputes for international transactions can become very complex. Ethical issues concerning the workers, the culture, and the environment are all contributing factors international companies must be ready to address. CadMex Pharma and Gentura must establish a business agreement that protects both of the company’s interest from issues concerning the social, legal, and ethical norms of
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CadMex and Gentura. The CRTIC set a stronger foundation for both parties involved, with regards to international technology and equipment transfer as well as protection of rights and patent provisions. CRTIC outlines specific rules for international technology transfer between foreign and Candorean businesses. The provisions of the CRTIC specify basic contract issues, contract terms, registration procedures, and other aspects regarding technology type businesses. Although, this forum gives the controlling favor to the Candorean government its guidelines and specific rules for contracts focused more specifically to the technology protections that were needed within this joint venture. Another
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extended to the question of who can give consent for children to participate in research. In the case of abused children, the consent issue is complicated by the potential adversarial relationship between abusing parent and abused child.When it comes to addressing the potential ethical / moral issues, that can arise from the implanting this new policy. There are many people that would agree with this policy and that it should not be fulfilled because of psychological holdups that a child can endure if suddenly taken from the only place they know as home and the only people they know as family. If the child is taking from the home this can cause problems later down the line. The ramifications
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market, businesses need to be mindful of the different legal, ethical, and regulatory issues in order to remain competitive and to avoid potential legal liability.Ethical ConcernsEthics is an important issue when conducting business online as well as traditionally. Ethics allows a business to establish a good rapport with customers and creates a relationship with the customer, which is based on trust. According to Gauzente and Ranchhod (2002), ". . . firms that wish to differentiate themselves from their competitors will have to turn to marketing ethics in order to gain and keep consumers" (p. 1). Organizations that use short-term strategies tend to use even shorter marketing and advertising
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B2C and B2B Ethical, Legal, and Regulatory IssuesEBUS 400 - E-BusinessUniversity of PhoenixB2C and B2B Ethical, Legal, and Regulatory IssuesWhen one deals with customers and clients it make sense to remember that honesty is the best policy. Not following this policy can be damaging in the long run. Businesses are not wise to put their integrity on the line by being swayed by oversight. Before considering that quick dollar, ask yourself if this is the proper way to handle business. Businesses have been guilty of shortsightedness themselves for decades. Every company needs to deal with ethical and legal issues every day in normal business activities. There is a whole new
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doors. In our environment robots must exceed the law and human must create them to obey the laws so these are ethical issues. However, there are some types laws of robots and they created by Isaac Asimov ; “fisrtable, a robot may not injure a human being, or through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm, secondly a robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law. Therefore, robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second law.” (Asimov).
In the past years robots are made a life easier for human. In most of the factories robots are being exchanged with
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Running head: ETHICAL AND MORAL ISSUES IN BUSINESSEthical and Moral Issues in BusinessUniversity of PhoenixMGT/216When one thinks of moral issues, he or she is often thinking of right and wrong concepts that are typically related to personal character. A moral issue would include concepts of murder, theft, and concepts such as being a good person. Ethical issues are closely related to moral issues because they represent standards or codes of behavior that a particular group adheres to. For instance, ethical issues typically pertain to a specific group setting such as ethical issues in nursing or banking. This difference in morals and ethics
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Recent world events have challenged many to prepare to manage previously unthinkable situations that may threaten the future of a business. Business continuity planning involves issues that need to be addressed throughout its development. There are many factors that may be influenced by a disaster and that is why one must think ethically and culturally when developing a business continuity plan. Even a fine food distributor like Kudler Fine Foods must identify its limiting resources and time restrictions while addressing each of these obstacles in a ethical and cultural sensitive way.Kudler being an upscale specialty food store and stocked with the very best domestic and imported foodstuffs
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Ethical and Legal issues in ICT
The consistent use of information and communication technology (ICT) in modern world enables us for countless opportunities for individuals, institutions, business organisations and scientists, but it also raises difficult ethical and legal problems. In particular, ICT helped to make societies more complex and thus even harder to understand. The use of ICT has led to changes in concepts: ownership, buying and selling, right to possession, theft, justice in the distribution of resources and access rights. During the nineties, the internet has grown into all business segments resulting in a large number of questions running. It has been noted
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wealth and business value. It has also created opportunities to make large mistakes about the future of products, ideas, and companies. As organizations work on Internet strategies, thorough follow through is a key aspect in ensuring the ethical, legal and regulatory aspects are met. The Internet does not provide anything like the obvious international boundary lines in the physical world. Thus, the four considerations that work so well in the physical world--power, effects, legitimacy, and notice--do not translate very well to the virtual world of eBusiness. Governments that want to enforce laws regarding business conduct on the Internet must establish jurisdiction over that conduct.In terms
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prospective customers the security to safely make the same purchases they would make in the bricks and mortar store. However, each company must understand and aware of the many risks that await individuals who participate in conducting e-business transactions on the web. According to McAfee Inc., an internet security company, new threats are constantly arising on the internet that make consumers vulnerable to becoming victims of cyber crime (CNN, 2009).Aside from security issues, companies well as consumers need to be mindful of legal, ethical and regulatory issues when participating in an e-business environment. Team D's paper will discuss how Pratt and Whitney, Harley-Davidson, and Pine Grove
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The topic of this paper focuses on the battles school counselors face as the law and ethical standards collide. School counselors face a number of legal and ethical issues and recognizing a clear decision isn’t always easy. School counselors have to work with a large number of students, parents, and administrators while conforming to ethical codes, state laws, and school board guidelines. This topic is of great relevance to me as I will be going into the school counseling profession. It is also a meaningful topic to me because life-changing decisions are made every day in reference to legal and ethical issues. Researching this topic has shed some light on the difficulty for school
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Social and Ethical Issues The social and ethical issues of an information system are dependent on a number or things including the specific information system described and each of the elements that are needed to make it all work.Recently the social and ethical issues of the Ameritech Cable Services were challenged as they experienced a flaw in their online billing system called ¡¥E-Bill¡¦.The Participants within the Information System The participants within the information system which carry out the information processes can be effected by these social and ethical issues.The accuracy of the data is an important issue within this kind of system due to the handling of
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surveillance and sousveillance . There has been varoius concerns regarding privancy intrution and ethical implications of device uage in public and recording people without their permission, possible privacy violation by google, security breaches and others.
This essasy study the privacy threats presented by Google Glass, particulary unauthorized tracking of eye movements (section 2) and what the user looks at (section 3). In chapter 2 and 3, a definition for eye tracking will be presented along side with a study of its main two category, namely, tracking of eye movement and tracking of objects user looks at with their privacy and ethical implications. The essay also discuss the possible
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Ethical Issues and Issues of Sensitivity in Sociological Research
Ethical issues are the considerations that can have an important
influence on the research process. They are moral principles- beliefs
about what is right and wrong, which often guide research.
Sociological associations in many countries have a set of ethical
guidelines for conducting research. There are six main ethical issues;
I will explore them below.
Sensitive issues are issues that need to be dealt with tactfully
because of their subject matter. This could include subjects such as
death, health issues, sex etc. These are potentially sensitive
subjects as the people being
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). Marketers have always been blamed of false information and unethical performances, from Listerine claiming to fight colds, to encouraging status concerns to sell big houses, trucks and cars. Therefore neuromarketing raises powerful ethical issues for children and adults (Acuff, 2005; Lawer, 2004). That is, in the minds of some, neuromarketing raises disturbing questions about the extent to which advertising agencies, market researchers and their clients should be allowed to invade the privacy of their consumers. As for psychologists, they are more worried about the adverse affects of neuromarketing on people who have purchasing disorders, compulsive disorders. Thus, these medical experiments on
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reason, consumers generally have to overcome more resistance to using the Internet for purchases, than do their B2B purchasing counterparts.ConclusionWe began this paper by explaining certain differences between B2B and B2C sites. B2Bs are in existence basically to link businesses together for purposes of improvement whether through supplier development, partnerships or other reasons. At this point, B2Cs are mainly in existence to sell products to consumers and to disseminate information.As such, certain ethical issues are going to impact these two different types of sites. We touched on regulations somewhat -- although the differences in terms of regulations more involve region to region
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Animal and Human Cloning: Moral, Ethical, and Regulatory Issues
Dolly, woolly, innocent, and sweet, strongly contrasts with the severity of the issues that she has raised. Ever since the news surfaced that Dr. Ian Wilmut had succeeded in cloning a sheep, people around the world have been participating in a frenzied debate over the morality of cloning animals, and more importantly human beings. The cloning of animals and humans could help the world in unprecedented ways, but could also give rise to unforeseen problems. It raises moral, ethical, and regulatory issues which must be considered during with the formation of cloning legislation. While I believe animal cloning is useful on a
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against fraud is an important issue for both B2C and B2B sites, but because B2C has to deal with so many more transactions than B2B it will always have difficulty dealing with those types of problems.There are many legal and regulatory issues that pertain more to a B2B site than a B2C site, such as:- Copyright Infringement- Tariffs- Electronic Copyright- Credit and cash policies- Security- International TradeSince e-commerce is a fairly new trend, there are very few rules consistent procedures. There are also many issues dealing with taxes that are hard to regulate on a B2B site (PWSI, 2006). As e-commerce begins to grow in the future, legal, ethical and regulatory issues will go through many
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value. It has also created opportunities to make large mistakes about the future of products, ideas, and companies. As organizations work on Internet strategies, thorough follow through is a key aspect in ensuring the ethical, legal and regulatory aspects are met. The Internet does not provide anything like the obvious international boundary lines in the physical world. Thus, the four considerations that work so well in the physical world--power, effects, legitimacy, and notice--do not translate very well to the virtual world of eBusiness. Governments that want to enforce laws regarding business conduct on the Internet must establish jurisdiction over that conduct.In terms of technologies
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IntroductionIn these tough economic times, coping with the legal, ethical and regulatory issues related to B2B and B2C sites and the free flow of information is a major concern for both types of e-businesses. There are security concerns, applicable law, site policies, conditions of use, and disclaimers of warranties and limitations of liabilities for both types of websites. Amazon.com and Office Depot.com are the two websites that are compared.Office DepotAs of December 28, 2002, Office Depot operated 867 office supply superstores in the United States and Canada, in addition to a national business-to-business delivery network supported by 24 delivery centers, more than 60 local sales
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Essay title - Critically analyze ethical, professional and legal issues influencing theatre practitionersIntroductionNow-a-days nursing has developed its all functional activities in accordance with technological, political or socio-economical rapid change. Perioperative practitioners are the part of this all nursing activities. Most importantly, in the operating theatre the role of the perioperative nurses vary for several reasons. For example, the different rules and regulation defines the role of perioperative nurses within the operating theatre and generated differently. Furthermore, from the legal, ethical or professional perspective nursing within the perioperative environment has
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Ethical Issues Surrounding Genetic Screening and Genetic Engineering
In today’s modern age science is moving at a rapid pace; one of those scientific fields that has taken the largest leaps is that of genetics. When genetics first comes to mind, many of us think of it as a type of science fiction, or a mystical dream. Yet genetics is here, it is real, and has numerous ethical implications.
One of the particular areas of interest is prenatal genetics. In this field, many new and outstanding innovations have been made. A mother and father can now check for a large array of disorders that could occur in their child; sexual preference has now been shifted from the hands of
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more power than a calculator. The reason for it being so large is that it used vacuum tubes to process data. It also broke down very often...to the tune of once every fifteen minutes, and then it would take 15 minutes to locate the problem and fix it. This beast also used massive amount of power, and people used to joke that the lights would dim in the city of origin whenever the computer was used.Social, Ethical, and Legal Issues in Computer GraphicsRecognizing the importance of computer science an inquisitive being might ponder the changes it has brought to society: life-style, and ethical issues, and knowledge advancement. Contemplating these subjects in computer graphics can lead to
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athlete gets the best deal possible in every situation that arises throughout the athlete’s life.
Athletes and the sports industry have turned into a multi-billion dollar business annually. Stacked on top of that is that leagues and educational institutions receive multi-million dollar media contracts each year. This is so that broadcasters such as NBC, FOX, and TNT have the rights to broadcast that team or leagues games. The surge of money in the sports industry has led to an influx of agents into the world of agent athletes.
Consequently, a fierce competition for client representation has arisen due to the overcrowded nature of the sports industry with sports agents. This
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The Book written by John Broome, Talks about how we as individuals should understand, the full effect we are having, on our environment and ethical issues brought on by our emissions of greenhouse gases. He goes into a lot of detail describing the moral injustice we have caused for the future generations, and many humans today. If we continue to destroy the earth by emitting CO2 in the air, global warming will continue to melt the polar ice caps; we face a crisis that can potentially kill off thousands of people. Broome’s main issue in the book Climate Matters is the moral injustice of Knowing we are doing something wrong and not doing anything to change, because of our transgressions
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Critical Issues of Female Managers and International AssignmentsStanley C.T. NgBA (Psy), BBA (Honours), MIB, MIRMacquarie UniversityBusiness DepartmentAbstract"Globalization" and "internationalization" are undoubtedly two of the major catchwords of the past decade. While the specific meaning of these terms varies widely, one commonality is that both of these processes require the transportation of labours across national boundaries. Without doubt, this has led to the increase in the need of expatriates from home countries in order to focus on global assignment and assist better management across nations. However, most of the expatriates to date are male, even though the number of female
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carrying out this narrowly defined ‘modernist’ project, it is argued here that mainstream IR has excluded multiplicity of voices and issues. Furthermore, these voices and issues not only have the potential to bring their unique insights to IR, but are also sensitive to changes in international affairs. The second part of argument flows naturally from the first preposition and tries to illuminate the ways in which postmodern and feminist IR has used different lenses to inquire into certain marginalized issues and voices. The study is divided into three sections; first section expands on postmodernism, its meanings, methodologies and contributions to the field of IR. The second section, in a similar
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After reviewing the case of Dr. R. Ian Lyne, in which he has been communicating with his patients through email on a more frequent basis rather than in person, I came to the conclusion that there are many things that I would do differently. Because of Dr. Lyne’s decision to communicate by way of email there are many ethical issues that could arise. This case study will explore ethical codes, possible ethical issues, and possible solutions to any issue that Dr. Lyne could face. While Dr. Lyne may have found responding to clients via email as “high quality service”, I believe that responding via email could become controversial while discussing therapeutic issues.
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stop imports to save domestic jobs should remember that American exports create jobs - every $1 billion in exports created 25,000 new jobs. If we stop a country's imports, its government may retaliate with greater import duties on our exports. The result could be a net loss of jobs rather than the gain that was anticipated" (Ball, International Business, 122.)Ethical Issues and Potential ResolutionsThe foundation of antidumping is ethically flawed. There is a huge difference between being economically harmed and having your rights violated. Antidumping sets up the roadmap that one producer should be punished for harming another producer. Antidumping punishes foreign producers for doing
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Reporting abuse has been a legal and ethical dilemma for years in the healthcare system. Some physicians, nurses, and other healthcare workers are quick to report abuse while others are more reluctant to report abuse in fear of overreacting to an occurrence. This leaves children and the elderly in unknown state of protection from their abusers.
While these medical personnel are reluctant to report abuse, there are approximately 2,000 reported deaths in children due to abuse each year. With the elderly, the number of deaths is uncertain. In the case of the elderly, medical examiners have difficulty separating possible abuse from normal health issues and injuries. It is noted
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guided by the adoption of appropriate professional, ethical and legal practices.
MODULE LEARNING OUTCOMES ASSESSED BY THIS ASSIGNMENT:
Knowledge and Understanding:
Successful students will typically have a knowledge and understanding of:
detailed knowledge of the ethical standards from relevant professional bodies (such as the BCS Code of Conduct) to which a computing professional is expected to adhere;
- the wide range of International & UK Laws within which a computing professional should operate;
- current computing technological, commercial and economic contexts where social, ethical and legal issues and dilemmas may arise.
Three Individual Blogs and two responses
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Investigating Ethical Issues from a Philosophical and Religious Perspective: Animal Experimentation:
“Ask the experimenters why they experiment on animals, and the answer is, “Because the animals are like us." Ask the experimenters why it is morally okay to experiment on animals, and the answer is, "Because the animals are not like us. Animal experimentation rests on a logical
contradiction.” (Charles R. Magel) For abounding years the experimentation of animals has remained legal in North America. It is important as a society that it is understood that the decisions and desires for new information in the divisions of the medical fields, have severe effects on many of these beings. Some
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, in some cases, any food derived from animals (Merriam-Webster), was followed for religious, ethical and ascetic reasons. It was because of magico-religious values and beliefs, “of belonging to or having the character of a body of magical practices intended to cause a supernatural being to produce or prevent a specific result,” (Merriam-Webster) that animals remained untouched. These strict rules were part a lifestyle that the pythagoreans followed due to the belief and mutual understanding amongst large communities that animals and human beings were created from the same material. Another reason for vegetarianism was because of the Pythagorean’s theory of the transmigration of souls, also
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This essay will discuss some of the Social, Ethical and Legal issues that an IT (Information Technology) Professional will likely face during their career in the Information Technology Sector. Furthermore, I will talk about how these issues affect professionals and how they could approach these challenges to try finding feasible solutions for them.
1.1 Social Issues
When every IT professional starts their journey into the IT Sector, they are bound to come across social issues which will have to be dealt with professionally. One important Issue is being green in Information Technology. The earth’s resources are continuously becoming scarce whilst the demand for them increases
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The professional codes of ethics and standards of practice for licensed mental health professionals provides guidelines for therapists when faced with ethical issues that are difficult to resolve. Therapists are expected to engage in a careful review of ethical decision-making process and utilize available resources as needed. This paper provides summary of a journal article titled “When Good Enough isn’t” It identifies legal or ethical issues relating to clinical practice and stresses the need for therapists to know when and how to terminate therapy.
Dr. Myron Liptzin, was about to retire as chief of psychiatry at the University of North Carolina, Chapel
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Genetically Modified Food (GMF) is perhaps one of the most important and divisive issues occurring at this time, it is a global issue requiring much thought and forward thinking. There is much debate surrounding GMF, the environment, health, livelihoods, property rights and the future of agriculture are just some of the areas the development and introduction of GMF will affect. GMF is such a complex issue, and there are many stakeholders involved, these include; Governments, Multinational Corporations, Scientists, Farmers and members of the general populace, all of whom have their own concerns and agendas. It is imperative that some guidelines are put in place to ensure the equity of all
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This assignment will identify and evaluate the legal and ethical issues within the health and social care for elderly people with dementia and living in residential homes. It will address the difference between the legal and ethical issues and the impact it has on the person suffering from the disease, their family and the role that the professionals have in decision making for the individual’s wellbeing.
Dementia is a disease which causes mental debility and affects one’s way of intelligent, attentiveness, recollection and problem-solving (NHS, 2013). As a result of dysfunction of brain cells in some parts of the brain it affects the thinking process then dementia occurs and it usually
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Assisted Suicide PaperFebruary 26, 2004AbstractThe need to have an understanding of the moral, legal and ethical issues facing clinicians dealing with end of life issues. Those who treat patients approaching the end of life often face moral, ethical, and legal issues involving shared decision-making, futility, the right to refuse medical treatment, euthanasia, and physician-assisted suicide. This paper will address the following; An overview of the topic, the Pros and Cons., Existing states laws, Dr. Kevorkian's role along with patient autonomy, Sanctity of life- pain and suffering, and Doctor-patient relationship, and potential abuse.Assisted Suicide PaperThe principal problem involves the
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the issues. Each issue comes laden with ethical and social consequences that will also impact the company. The Swatch Group will need to take steps to ensure that international integration does not cause domestic social disintegration. Regardless of how the issues are resolve, the greatest challenge is going to be finding the right balance between markets and societies.ReferencesSwatch and the Global Watch Industry
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Year 11 Ancient History: Ethics in ArchaeologyTo what extent are ethical issues and conservation important in the study of archaeology?Ethics in archaeology refers to the number of moral issues that are raised regarding the moral behavior of those excavating and those dealing with historical evidence and artifacts. Each one of these issues can be debated as being positive or negative but nonetheless they are all very important issues in the study of archaeology as they can be the core reasons as to why we preserve or conserve. Conservation is also very important in terms of archaeology because if we didn't conserve, all the precious unattainable artifacts would perish and be lost forever