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For example, if you will later argue that cultural relativism is inappropriate for resolving your dilemma, you could preview its response here, while

Genre: Persuasive
Length: 4500-5000 words
Topic: Ethical dilemmas in advertising and marketing
Instructions: Choose an ethical dilemma that arises in a profession related to your major or career
plans. Feel free to be creative 🙂 In the paper, you will present background information
concerning the dilemma, apply two ethical theories and a professional code of ethics to it, and
defend your own proposed solution to the dilemma.
Sources: 8 outside research sources (at least 6 peer-reviewed), 1 professional code of ethics,
and 2 other course readings
List of Sections: Use the following sections in this order.
1. Introduction (5% of the paper): Draw in the reader in an engaging way and introduce
your topic. Make the last sentence a thesis presenting the solution you will defend.
2. Background (30% of the paper): Present background details about your dilemma,
including how it arises in a profession, relevant facts, history, laws, and current events,
and some responses to the dilemma that have been considered. Give a general
overview, while also focusing in particular on facts that will feed into your persuasive
arguments later in the paper.
Cite from 8 outside research sources as part of the background section. 6 should be
peer-reviewed sources (scholarly journal articles or books published by university
presses). Other sources can include news reports, essays, interviews, or videos from
recognized and unbiased authorities.
3. Theory Application (20% of the paper): Choose two ethical theories covered in the
course—(a) Benedict’s cultural relativism, (b) Kant’s categorical imperative (either
form), (c) Regan’s modified categorical imperative, (d) Mill’s utilitarianism, (e) Aristotle’s
virtue ethics, or (f) Noddings’ care ethics. For each of the two you choose, take a
paragraph to summarize the view and explain what it might recommend regarding your
dilemma. Cite details from the relevant course reading for each theory.
You can focus on theories that fit with your own eventual solution. For example, if you
will give broadly utilitarian arguments later in the paper, then start here by describing
what Mill would say about your topic. Alternatively, you may want to bring in a theory
that you will ultimately reject. For example, if you will later argue that cultural relativism
is inappropriate for resolving your dilemma, you could preview its response here, while
noting that you will ultimately reject the theory.
4. Professional Code Application (10% of the paper): Choose a professional code of
ethics that relates to your dilemma and explain what it might recommend in regards to
your topic, citing from the code of ethics. Give a general overview, while focusing in
particular on details that feed into your persuasive arguments below.
5. Persuasive Arguments (30% of the paper): Propose and defend a specific solution to
your dilemma, using logically-compelling arguments. Your solution can be a certain
“side” of the debate you believe is correct, or a more limited proposal or intervention to
help address the dilemma. Do not just survey the different sides of the debate or
summarize views you found in your research. Instead, defend a specific thesis with your
own creative arguments. Bring in facts and concepts from earlier sections of the paper
to help support your main claims. Anticipate questions or objections people might have
about your solution and respond to them as part of this section.
6. Conclusion (5% of the paper): Signal the end of the paper and summarize your main
conclusions. End with a memorable closing.

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Both codes set forth specify essential guidelines for ethical professional conduct which evolved over the years out of necessity due to drifting and inappropriate professional behavior.

Write a comparison/contrast of the BACB Professional and Ethical Compliance Code for Behavior Analysts with one other professional code relevant to your field (e.g., CEC, APA, NAEYC, codes for related service providers).
What I have so far:
I chose to compare and contrast the American Psychological Association(APA) Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct and the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BCBA) Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts. Both codes set forth specify essential guidelines for ethical professional conduct which evolved over the years out of necessity due to drifting and inappropriate professional behavior. The BCBA codes are based on the APA regulations. They are more similar than different in encompassing principles of behavior. The APA is focused on cognition while the BCBA concentrates on behavior. There is an increased focus on the ethics of animal research in the APA.
Ethical principles of psychologists and code of conduct: 2002. (2002). PsycEXTRA Dataset. https://doi.org/10.1037/e305322003-001
Ethics codes.
Behavior Analyst Certification Board. (2022, January 12). Retrieved October 1, 2022, from https://www.bacb.com/ethics-information/ethics-codes/

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Grades will be determined by three things: accuracy, thoroughness and clarity.

Compare and evaluate the account of human nature offered by either Mencius or Xunzi. You’ll have to explain how they incorporate the key ideas of Confucianism and how they use their claims about human nature to account for moral development. You’ll also want to consider the apparent counter-examples each seem to offer against the other.
Drawing on Benedict, use an example from you own experiences to explain and evaluate the claims of Ethical Relativism. How would an Ethical Relativist evaluate the morality of your example? What are some of the objections Mortimer, Aristotle, Buddhism or Confucianism might offer? Who do you think is right? Why?
Grades will be determined by three things: accuracy, thoroughness and clarity. In other words, you should concentrate on
1) making sure you understand the theory and are able to develop and apply it in a plausible way;
2) making good use of the space allotted; and
3) making yourself clear. Spelling and grammar will affect your grade to the extent they undermine clarity. Good organization is always important, as a paper need to be more than a series of comments or unsupported claims.
The second topic asks you use an example to illustrate and evaluate relativism. You’ll want to find something that is morally controversial enough to make things interesting. You can use anything that came up or was used in class, or you can come with your own so long as it works to illustrate the issues in question and focus your discussion. I can also provide some suggestions if you’re stuck. However, you should hold off on major controversies such as abortion, stem cell research, euthanasia, and so on. We’ll be looking at material more directly tied to these kinds of issues later in the course and you’ll be able to focus on them more effectively in the second paper.
Remember that using more than three or four words from a text without quoting and citing it is plagiarism, a serious form of academic dishonesty. Remember also that the paper absolutely must make extensive use of material and readings from this class—papers that don’t do this will not be accepted. I’m not picky about which citation system you use (APA vs. MLA, etc.), so long you provide the important information: name of the article, author, publisher, date, and page number.

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Preferably, i like scenario a.

The instructions are in the document provided. Preferably, I like scenario A. Do NOT use any other source besides the one provided below. This assignment is adapted from chapter 3 if you need the book:
https://alg.manifoldapp.org/read/open-technical-communication/section/0debb16b-f623-4033-a47b-973d65ab0961

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How far should the government go to fight cybercrime, and where do we draw the line between hacktivism and cyberterrorism?

How far should the government go to fight cybercrime, and where do we draw the line between hacktivism and cyberterrorism?
Answer this question with only 50-60 words and talk like i am giving ideas like i believe the government should …

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Chapter 5 covers tables and figures.

Chapter 5 covers tables and figures. You will likely need to include a table and/or a figure in this paper.

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Complete the puzzle.

Complete the puzzle.
Instructions are attached and the puzzling document is attached.
Use the document attached for the assignment.

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Describe the controversies or “problems” raised by the articles.

First, return to your topic chosen in the week three assignment. (ABORTION)
Answer this question: What are the personal and/or communal ethical factors that may be involved in determining the moral position of either side in that debate?
Next, articulate and then evaluate the ethical positions using Kantian ethics (that is, the categorical imperative) relative to the long standing debate (that is your topic chosen in the week three assignment).
Finally, create a complete annotated bibliography for 5 academic scholarly sources. You will annotate each source. The sources should be relevant to your topic chosen in the week three assignment.
Include the following:
Publication details
Annotation (a detailed reading of the source)
Each annotation section should include the following:
Summarize key points and identify key terms (using quotation marks, and citing a page in parentheses).
Describe the controversies or “problems” raised by the articles.
State whether you agree or disagree and give reasons.
Locate one or two quotations to be used in the final research project.
Evaluate the ways in which this article is important and has helped you focus your understanding.
Length: 4-7 pages (not including title page or references page)
1-inch margins
Double spaced
12-point Times New Roman font
Title page

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Define what virture is according to aristotle.

Define what virture is according to Aristotle. How many types if virtues are there? What are some types of virtues.
Use chapter 12 of the book uploaded as 1 source.

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Step 2.

I need 150 to 200 words
Step 1. Pick one of the two TED Talks below to watch.


Step 2. After watching your chosen video, please address the following questions in your post, adhering to the discussion post guidelines provided below:
1. Which presentation did you watch?
2. How are the statistics used in the presentation?
3. Do the statistics seem correct? How would you know?
4. If you had an opinion on this topic before the presentation, did any of the statistics help to change your mind?
You are required to post an original initial response to the discussion prompts and questions above. In at least 7-9 sentences, you need to provide your ideas and support them with practical reasoning or examples from your own experience. Later in the week, you will return to this discussion to respond to at least 2 other students’ primary postings, as well as any questions or comments directed at your main posting.