blog must be about a recent event or incident that you read about in a reputable source, involving the law and ethics

You are to write a blog and this blog must be about a recent event or incident that you read
about in a reputable source, involving the law and ethics. The blog post should have 3 parts: 1) a
summary of the event or incident; 2) your analysis of the ethics involved and, if applicable,
where the law and ethics either converge or diverge;
and 3) a link to the article you are
referencing. AND upload the certification that proving that you took and passed the test.

Read the case study provided below and state the ethical principles that were violated.

Ethical principles violated

Ethics

PLEASE READ CASE STUDY:
The Terri Schiavo case was a legal battle between the husband and the parents of Teresa Marie “Terri” Schiavo that lasted from 1998 to 2005. At issue was whether the equipment that had been used to sustain her life since 1990? specifically a feeding tube ? should be disconnected, thereby allowing her to die.


Terri Schiavo collapsed in her St. Petersburg, Florida home in full cardiac arrest on February 25, 1990. She suffered massive brain damage due to lack of oxygen and, after two and a half months in a coma, her diagnosis was elevated to vegetative state. For the next few years doctors attempted physical therapy and other experimental therapy, hoping to return Terri to a state of awareness.

In 1998 Schiavo’s husband, Michael, petitioned the Sixth Circuit Court of Florida (Pinellas County), to remove her feeding tube pursuant toFlorida Statutes Section 765.401(3).[1] He was opposed by Terri’s parents, Robert and Mary Schindler, who argued that she was conscious. The court determined that she would not wish to continue life-prolonging measures,[2] and on April 24, 2001 Terri’s feeding tube was removed for the first time, only to be reinserted several days later.

On February 25, 2005, a Pinellas County judge ordered the removal of Terri Schiavo’s feeding tube. Several appeals and federal government intervention followed, which included U.S. President George W. Bush returning to Washington D.C. from a vacation to sign legislation designed to keep her alive. After all attempts at appeals through the federal court system were unsuccessful, Schiavo’s feeding tube was disconnected on March 18, 2005. She died at a Pinellas Park hospice on March 31.

In all, the Schiavo case involved 14 appeals and numerous motions, petitions, and hearings in the Florida courts; five suits in federal district court; Florida legislation struck down by the Supreme Court of Florida; a subpoena by a congressional committee to qualify Schiavo forwitness protection; federal legislation (the Palm Sunday Compromise); and four denials of certiorari from the Supreme Court of the United States.[3] The case also spurred highly visible activism from the pro-life movement and disability rights groups.[4]

~State the ethical principles violated.

What is Amtrack’s social corporate responsibility for each ethical issue or concern for the four areas of corporate social responsibility?

Ethics

Amtrack case study

Introduction:

In one or two paragraphs, describe the ethical issues and concerns of
the case. Answer the questions:

1. Who are the decision makers?
2. Who are the stakeholders (those who will be affected by the decision)?
3. Why is this an ethical decision?

Corporate Social Responsibility:

What is Amtrack’s  social corporate responsibility for each
ethical issue or concern for the four areas of corporate social
responsibility?

1. Legal
2. Economic
3. Ethical
4. Philanthropic

For each ethical issue or concern, answer the following question: Does
the law provide a basis for an ethical decision on this issue? Why, or
why not?

Conclusion and Recommendation:

Based on the above, as well as what you have learned about ethical
theories and foundations of moral development, what is your final
recommendation to the corporation regarding this case, based on all of
the facts, issues, and concerns of this case? Your recommendation
should be at least two paragraphs and include at least three reasons,
based on course material and your analysis above, of how you arrived
at that conclusion.

1. What are the positive implications of your recommendation?
2. What are the negative implications of your recommendation?
3. What will critics of your recommendation argue?
4. How would you address your critics concerns? How will you defend
your recommendations?

An ethics position paper that clearly defines the ethical issue and the position on thesis on Nuclear Power and New Life

Type of Assignment:Editing and Proofreading Study
Nuclear Power, New Life

It’s a ethics position paper/editorial.
Clearly defining the ethical issue and the position on the thesis at the start of the writing.
The structure of your logos should support your main idea using a readily distinguishable organizational principle.
Need to employ specific details, examples, and evidence from credible sources to be perceived as knowledgeable enough to be persuasive.
Focus on what is important for your audience to understand and eliminate the “noise” of unnecessary and/or tangential information.

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Social commitment and self-fulfillment

Think about two things: Social commitment and self-fulfillment.

 

Service to the community can (and ideally should), achieve both as the ‘perfect’ service opportunity would allow an individual to meet the needs of the community while at the same time, meeting a personal need/desire to ‘do good’. As we think the idea of service as a commitment to social change we can think about the different ways community service can to viewed as one of a variety of forms of social engagement or activism where service is undertaken in the hopes bringing about sought after changes in the wider society (i.e. volunteering at a homeless shelter underscores one’s social commitment to combating poverty and to creating a more equitable society). Service as self-fulfillment can be thought of in terms of the benefits derived (both implicit and explicit) from selfless service (voluntarism performed based on a genuine desire to help and make the world a better place), and selfish service (which is service or voluntarism performed with the aim of some form of personal benefit). Neither form is better or worse than the other, but they do speak to different forms of fulfillment, and the desire to serve comes from a different place when it’s done simply to help those in need rather than to help oneself (college application or some other type of obligation). For the next few weeks we will be exploring the benefits of service (those accrued to ourselves as well as our communities). Think about service as a form of social, political, or economic engagement intended to bring about Social Change. Also, think of service as an activity undertaken for personal fulfillment associated with both internal and external rewards.

 

Discussion question:

Which type of service do you see yourself pursuing? Community change oriented service? Make the world a better place selfless service, or helping out to ultimately help yourself selfish service?

 

 

 

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Feminism

Write a 1.5page paper for my communication ethics class. Answer following questions:

 
1. In what ways do you believe that women and men are inherently different in the way they think about ethics? What do you think accounts for the differences that you observe?

 
2. What would be different in our everyday lives if people practiced an ethics of care? Do you feel there is a difference between ethics emphasizing rights and justice, on the one hand, and an ethics of care?

 

 

 

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