The resource.

Instructions 1. Select one resource (article, research paper, etc.) you plan to use for your upcoming argumentative research essay. The resource. (Tip: use the strongest, best resource you have found so far; you do not have to use this resource in your final essay reference list unless you decide to keep it.) 2. Write a… Continue reading The resource.

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This short paper assignment will give you the opportunity to explore/research an author, theory, or topic that you’d like to know more about.

This short paper assignment will give you the opportunity to explore/research an author, theory, or topic that you’d like to know more about. Choose ONE chapter/article from the list below. These are readings that we did not discuss in class. Using the article/chapter of your choosing, compose a 2-page (double-spaced, 12-point font, 1-inch margins) explanation… Continue reading This short paper assignment will give you the opportunity to explore/research an author, theory, or topic that you’d like to know more about.

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List applicable ethical codes.

After reading Fong, et al. (2016), Brodhead (2019), and Wright (2019) describe what steps you will take to ensure that you are aware of your individual biases and how you will promote cultural humility and diversity in your behavioral analytic practice. Do behavior analysts have an obligation to engage in self-reflection regarding their biases and… Continue reading List applicable ethical codes.

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“googling a patent” or “delaying bad news to a patient.”

You have two cases to choose from. Please offer your reflections on either “Googling a Patent” or “Delaying Bad News to a Patient.” Please employ considerations from our readings on privacy/confidentiality (“Googling a Patient”) or truthfulness (“Delaying Bad News”). Try applying our standard principles of biomedical ethics (autonomy, nonmaleficence, beneficence, justice) and/or our theories of… Continue reading “googling a patent” or “delaying bad news to a patient.”

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Do you think your generation is more or less concerned about ethics than previous generations?

You are limited to 850 words. It can be less but not more. You can use your own photos or illustration if you wish, but you are NOT required to do so. This will give me an assessment of your writing. Review the material on writing an effective blog posted on Moodle. Here’s the topic:… Continue reading Do you think your generation is more or less concerned about ethics than previous generations?

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Ontological status of moral values (35 points):

Assignment: Ontological Status of Moral Values (35 points): Questions about whether or not something exists, and/or the manner of something’s existence are philosophically considered to be questions about the ontological status of that thing. First, why might one question the ontological status of moral values? Then, what is Mackie’s response to questions about the ontological… Continue reading Ontological status of moral values (35 points):

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