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You will write on the issue of abortion and our ethical theories. This is more t

You will write on the issue of abortion and our ethical theories. This is more than an opinion piece, but a systematic exploration of the different ethical theories and how they would deal with the argument. This will take critical thinking on your part by reading the textbook and watching the videos and synthesizing the information to explain the arguments. Googling will not help.
– Explain abortion according to all three different theories: Utilitarianism, Kantian deontology, and Natural Law.
– Answer these questions for each
Is abortion permissible under this theory? Why or why not?
Explain the major motivation for each theory’s position
Explain an objection given in the book or videos for the course (this will likely take putting information together from the different videos)
What position to you agree with most and why?
You may “recycle” arguments that you have already used as your arguments (and even your responses) if you like.
This paper must be 800-1000 words. Your sources should be the book and videos. No outside sources are needed.
Textbook: Textbook Hinman, Lawrence, Contemporary Moral Issues, Diversity and Consensus, Fourth Edition
All papers should use 1” margins, 12-point font, and be double spaced. A specific referencing method (MLA) is required; however, when quoting or paraphrasing, ensure that your reader will be able to locate the source in question.

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Cultural humility is a key feature of effective and ethical practice. To fully r

Cultural humility is a key feature of effective and ethical practice. To fully respond to another’s culture, we have to remember that we view it through our own cultural lens. Also, specific beliefs and practices of two cultures can conflict. This is often the case with the field of Applied Behavior Analysis and anti-ABA autistics and advocates. Part of adopting a culturally humble approach involves understanding your own cultural practices and listening and learning from cultures other than your own.
In this assignment, you will be required to:
Understand specific cultural practices of behavior analysts.
Listen and learn about the perspectives and cultural practices of anti-ABA autistics and advocates.
Approach a culture different than you own in a non-judgmental and non-critical manner.
This assignment is intended to help you:
Understand culture from a behavioral perspective.
Consider the importance of incorporating culture in a client’s/participant’s context through a culturally humble approach.
Identify the skills needed to adopt a culturally humble approach and strategies in which we can develop those skills.
In your assignment, include the following:
Describe culture from a behavioral perspective.
Discuss the importance of incorporating culture as a part of a client’s/participant’s context in applied practice and research.
Describe cultural humility and discuss the potential benefits of adopting culturally humble approaches to applied practice and research.
Discuss specific skills needed to adopt culturally humble approaches and specific ways we can develop and maintain those skills.
Provide at least two supporting examples of a culturally humble approach in action within the context of two groups of people in frequent conflict: (1) behavior analyst researchers and practitioners and (2) anti-ABA autistics and advocates

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These philosopher’s and ethicist’s are arguing about the philosophy of religion

These philosopher’s and ethicist’s are arguing about the philosophy of religion and/or the existence of God. Some philosopher’s criticisms regarding Anselm and Descartes may be found here: Fordham University.
Sample Outline:
Title Page
Introductory paragraph: Begin by stating the author’s full name and title of the work you are “glossing” in your essay.
I. A statement of the author’s thesis explained in your own words (Underlined) and preview of points to be discussed in the essay.
II. Identify any special terms that are needed to understand the paper (e.g., relativism).
III. A “gloss” of the argument(s).
(“Gloss” is defined as something like a brief sketch, which highlights the argument, issues, and objections).
A. Argument(s) or chain of reasoning
B. Issues related to the argument(s)
C. Objections or “contrary” views to the argument(s)
IV. A careful reading and summary of the argument, but do not interpret the value of the argument presented. Do not take sides on the issue.
V. A careful identification of supporting points and objections to the argument.

VI. Conclusion

VII. Works Cited page

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You will write on the issue of abortion and our ethical theories. This is more t

You will write on the issue of abortion and our ethical theories. This is more than an opinion piece, but a systematic exploration of the different ethical theories and how they would deal with the argument. This will take critical thinking on your part by reading the textbook and watching the videos and synthesizing the information to explain the arguments. Googling will not help.
– Explain abortion according to all three different theories: Utilitarianism, Kantian deontology, and Natural Law.
– Answer these questions for each
Is abortion permissible under this theory? Why or why not?
Explain the major motivation for each theory’s position
Explain an objection given in the book or videos for the course (this will likely take putting information together from the different videos)
What position to you agree with most and why?
You may “recycle” arguments that you have already used as your arguments (and even your responses) if you like.
This paper must be 800-1000 words. Your sources should be the book and videos. No outside sources are needed.
Textbook: Textbook Hinman, Lawrence, Contemporary Moral Issues, Diversity and Consensus, Fourth Edition
All papers should use 1” margins, 12-point font, and be double spaced. A specific referencing method (MLA) is required; however, when quoting or paraphrasing, ensure that your reader will be able to locate the source in question.

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Approximately 2.5 pages (at least 600 words of text, excluding references), doub

Approximately 2.5 pages (at least 600 words of text, excluding references), double spaced.
Topic: Drawing from one or more recent periodical articles, select one or more cases of an action or a practice–done by an individual, a group, or an institution–that is legal but, in your opinion, unjust. (Note that this entails you yourself making a moral judgment–rather than an observation about what is or is not “accepted.”) Then, construct arguments applying (as relevant) the traditional concepts of justice expounded by Sandel (in his Chapter 1) in explaining why the behavior in question is unjust–and so, should be condemned or, possibly even prohibited by law. Thus, what I’m asking for here are principled reasons supporting your moral judgment that the behavior is unjust, reasons that employ the concepts of justice discussed by Sandel (and illustrated in his examples). Please note: I’m looking for analysis and arguments–for your giving moral reasons for a position. I’m not looking for narrative–for a detailed presentation of facts. Also, be sure to cite your sources and place any quoted text in quotation marks. Also, it should be free of spelling and grammatical errors, so please proofread and, if need be, use spell- and grammar-checks. Finally, remember that this is an exercise in critical thinking applied to ethical issues. What matters for me is not whether I agree with your opinions but rather that you adduce serious, thoughtful arguments for your judgments.

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Cultural humility is a key feature of effective and ethical practice. To fully r

Cultural humility is a key feature of effective and ethical practice. To fully respond to another’s culture, we have to remember that we view it through our own cultural lens. Also, specific beliefs and practices of two cultures can conflict. This is often the case with the field of Applied Behavior Analysis and anti-ABA autistics and advocates. Part of adopting a culturally humble approach involves understanding your own cultural practices and listening and learning from cultures other than your own.
In this assignment, you will be required to:
Understand specific cultural practices of behavior analysts.
Listen and learn about the perspectives and cultural practices of anti-ABA autistics and advocates.
Approach a culture different than you own in a non-judgmental and non-critical manner.
This assignment is intended to help you:
Understand culture from a behavioral perspective.
Consider the importance of incorporating culture in a client’s/participant’s context through a culturally humble approach.
Identify the skills needed to adopt a culturally humble approach and strategies in which we can develop those skills.
In your assignment, include the following:
Describe culture from a behavioral perspective.
Discuss the importance of incorporating culture as a part of a client’s/participant’s context in applied practice and research.
Describe cultural humility and discuss the potential benefits of adopting culturally humble approaches to applied practice and research.
Discuss specific skills needed to adopt culturally humble approaches and specific ways we can develop and maintain those skills.
Provide at least two supporting examples of a culturally humble approach in action within the context of two groups of people in frequent conflict: (1) behavior analyst researchers and practitioners and (2) anti-ABA autistics and advocates

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Write a 500-word (minimum) summary explaining the main points of the film as the

Write a 500-word (minimum) summary explaining the main points of the film as they connect to:
The connections between different Oceanic languages
The effects of colonization on these languages
No outside resources needed.
https://search.alexanderstreet.com/preview/work/bibliographic_entity%7Cvideo_work%7C2843660

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Case 3: An individual who is undergoing gender reassignment/gender affirming sur

Case 3: An individual who is undergoing gender reassignment/gender affirming surgery was traveling and became acutely ill. The patient sought immediate care in a different city with new healthcare providers. Unfortunately, the providers and facility had little experience or training related to transgender patients. The patient had emergency surgery, and while in the recovery room, the patient needed to use the restroom. The staff did not want to assist the patient to the restroom due to their fear of caring for a transgender patient. The patient could hear the staff arguing about whose responsibility it was to help the patient, who was heavily medicated and unable to walk to the restroom. The patient overheard the staff calling an administrator and asking what they should do. Unable to wait any longer to go to the restroom, the patient became incontinent and was extremely embarrassed about the entire situation. The patient has sought an attorney to determine whether there is any action that can be taken against the hospital.
Next, write a one-page letter to the other side arguing why your client is right. Set out the facts, the specific law or laws supporting your client’s position, and what your client wants to resolve the situation (for example, a request for a formal investigation, the offer of a promotion, or dropping the claim).
In your responses to your peers, reply to at least one classmate who represented the other side in your scenario, explaining why your client has the stronger case. Remember to stick to the facts as presented and to avoid making assumptions or generalizations. All sources, including course materials, must be cited according to the most recent APA style.
Your letter should use at least one scholarly or professional source other than the textbook. All sources, including course materials, must be cited according to APA style.

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Buckley, John, Managing Intelligence (2014) A Guide for Law Enforcement Professi

Buckley, John, Managing Intelligence (2014) A Guide for Law Enforcement Professionals CRC Press ISBN 978-1-4665-8642-0

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Assignment Content This week, you will wrap up the community action group scenar

Assignment Content
This week, you will wrap up the community action group scenario you began in Week 2. This week’s summative assessment focuses on CSLO 3: Apply ethical and moral decision-making to a contemporary social issue.
Review Ch. 2 of Ethics for Life, which discusses recognizing and constructing moral arguments. This will be an important foundation for your summative assessment. You may find it helpful to review your Week 3 submission and faculty feedback before completing this assignment.
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