26 August 2015

Identifies relevant conflict of interests and pressures. Incomplete identification of relevant conflicts and pressures. Identification of the majority of relevant conflicts and pressures
Ethics Rubric
Sawyer Business School
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Directions: Please rate performance by circling the appropriate number for each criterion.
Performance Criteria Below Expectations Meets Expectations Exceeds Expectations
1. Identifies relevant conflict of interests and pressures. Incomplete identification of relevant conflicts and pressures. Identification of the majority of relevant conflicts and pressures. Clear and detailed identification of majority of conflicts and pressures.
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2. Understands what kinds of questions to ask oneself when confronting an ethical dilemma. Incomplete identification of questions that address the ethical dilemma. Identifies some questions that address the ethical dilemma. Clear and detailed identification of questions that address the ethical dilemma.
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3. Demonstrates the ability to identify and take into account others’ interests. Non or incomplete identification of others’ interests. Somewhat detailed identification of others’ interests. Clear and detailed identification of others’ interests.
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4. Understands the synergies possible from decisions that advance the social good as well as one’s personal or business interests. Little to no awareness of the synergies possible from decisions that advance the social good as well as one’s personal or business interests. Some awareness of the synergies possible from decisions that advance the social good as well as one’s personal or business interests.. Clear and detailed analysis of the synergies possible from decisions that advance the social good as well as one’s personal or business interests.
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5. Assesses whether rules, norms or laws are consistent with ethics. Little to no awareness of the degree to which rules, norms, or laws are consistent with ethics. Some awareness of the degree to which rules, norms, or laws are consistent with ethics. Clear and detailed analysis of the degree to which rules, norms, or laws are consistent with ethics.
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6. Appreciates that ethical norms sometimes vary across social boundaries (e.g. countries, cultures, race, and gender). Fails to identify boundary issues. Identifies some relevantboundary issues. Identifies clear and detailedboundary issues.
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7. Generates solutions to ethical dilemmas. Does not identify alternative solutions. Identifies a limited number of solutions. Identifies and organizes a number of solutions into groups to articulate underlying relationships.
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Identifies relevant conflict of interests and pressures. Incomplete identification of relevant conflicts and pressures. Identification of the majority of relevant conflicts and pressures Ethics […]


26 August 2015

Persuasion Speech on the importance of performing physical fitness to better health
Persuasion Speech on the importance of performing physical fitness to better health.
Speech Must be 5-7 minutes in length. The Speech is to PERSUADE individuals why it’s important to conduct physical activity to better ones health.

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Persuasion Speech on the importance of performing physical fitness to better health Persuasion Speech on the importance of performing physical fitness to better health. […]


26 August 2015

Reading Reflection
Reading Reflection
Please use the questions as subheadings, in order to ensure that you answer all of the questions. You can respond to the readings as a group rather than one by one, but be as specific as you can when discussing the contents of the readings.In order to demonstrate that you have the assigned readings and thought about their ideas and practical implications please provide quotations in answering the questions below. You may reference your quotations by using author’s last name and page number: (Belkin, 2012, p. #).
I. Description [You may cluster your responses rather than reporting article by article.]
A. What were the main insights that came to you from these readings?
B. Which author particularly stood out for you? Why?
C. What references or resources in this articles compelled your attention?
II. Evaluation
A. How well did these authors make their case? What was missing?
B. How well did they take account of other points of view on the same subject?
C. Where did you find yourself in disagreement with one or more of the authors?
III. Application [Address point A, and all others pertinent to your context.]
. How do these readings enrich your thinking and expand your knowledge?
A. What are the implications for your work in pastoral and spiritual care-giving?
B. What are the implications for theological and religious interpretation?
C. What are the implications for preaching and teaching?
D. What are the implications for social and cultural change?
E. What other responses or changes do you expect to result from these readings?

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Reading Reflection Reading Reflection Please use the questions as subheadings, in order to ensure that you answer all of the questions. You can respond […]


26 August 2015

CCTV
CCTV
CCTV is considered by some to be a cheaper and more effective way of reducing urban crime than paying for police officers to patrol the streets. However, the public feel safer if police officers are on the streets and do not like their daily lives being recorded by so many cameras."
Q: Using existing literature and data,critically evaluate this claim in relation to the following areas:
– cost
– privacy
The essay should be argumentative essay with supports and in-text references. and also counter arguments. and show wither it is more effective or not as the statement shows.

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CCTV CCTV CCTV is considered by some to be a cheaper and more effective way of reducing urban crime than paying for police officers […]


26 August 2015

Marketing
marketing
We did a badminton event. I would like you to look into theories around marketing and find literature to back up the reasons as to why we market, effective marketing and to evidence why we used social media (Facebook) , t-shirts etc

26 August 2015,
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Marketing marketing We did a badminton event. I would like you to look into theories around marketing and find literature to back up the […]


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