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You work at a dialysis center where people with impaired kidney function come to

You work at a dialysis center where people with impaired kidney function come to use a dialysis machine to clean their blood as would their kidneys if they were working properly. You are the Facility Administrator in a location of a small chain of dialysis centers founded and run by a group of doctors who treat kidney disease. You supervise a group of med techs who work with the patients to help them undergo dialysis. The center is located in a state that has mandated that all healthcare workers be vaccinated against Covid and that covers all of your med techs. All of them have produced CDC vaccination cards that show they are fully vaccinated.
One of your med techs in particular stands out. It is Rob Spears who just charms all the patients. Everyone who comes into the center seems to know him and he is particularly good with the older patients who make up the majority of the center’s customers. Rob has become very friendly with the center’s Medical Director who is one of the owners of the chain. Occasionally, they play golf.
One Saturday, while you are grocery shopping, you run into an old friend who used to be a med tech at the center. She mentions that she attended a party not long ago and saw Rob Spears. She was going to say hello but stopped to listen to the conversation he was having. She states that he was bragging about fooling his employer with a fake CDC vaccination card he bought off the internet. He noted that he would not be forced to be vaccinated by an employer.
You are a little overwhelmed by this information. Dialysis patients are particularly susceptible to Covid and you are very concerned that an unvaccinated med tech is working so closely with them. Even so, Rob is popular with the patients, is a great employee otherwise, and has a personal relationship with one of the owners. No one knows that you are aware of this possible problem. Should you choose to, you can keep silent, and it is unlikely that anyone will know. What do you think is the ethical thing to do in this situation and what would you choose to do regardless?
Please use both chapters as a source for in text citations throughout the discussion post.

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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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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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See Intructions in added materials. Please write this about an ethical issue ba

See Intructions in added materials. Please write this about an ethical issue based in DALLAS texas that is recent and local

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find one article that relates to Christian psychology practice and ethics.

find one article that relates to Christian psychology practice and ethics.
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6 paragraphs (at least 5 sentences long each paragraph) <br />C

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<br />Kantian ethics. Then, explain the moral theory you will be defending. Then, state a counter argument and still defend why your choice is better than the others. Then state a strong conclusion on why what you chose is the best.

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6 paragraphs (at least 5 sentences long each paragraph) <br />C

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<br />Choose one of these: ethical relativism, utilitarianism, natural law theory,
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<br />Kantian ethics. Then, explain the moral theory you will be defending. Then, state a counter argument and still defend why your choice is better than the others. Then state a strong conclusion on why what you chose is the best.

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What is the most convincing account of free will, personal autonomy or agency? D

What is the most convincing account of free will, personal autonomy or agency? Does moral responsibility require an affirmative theory if free will, and if not, how can moral responsibility exist without it? (Lesson unit 1/ common and moral obstacles to the ethical segment. I will need one quote from any scholarly article to back of this essay