Review the APA Code of Ethics. Consider the role of the Institutional Review Board (IRB). In 350-500 words, present ethical considerations that must be made to ensure your study adheres to the guidelines presented and is approved by an IRB. How will you ensure that participants in your study are protected from harm?
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.
Doesn’t the Ethics of care require that Women think differently, or that there is a Feminine way of thinking? Are the former Harvard Presidents comments, then, incompatible with the theories behind the ethics of care ?
What would a feminine scholar of the ethics of care say about the Presidents forced resignation?What do you think about inherent differences between women and men? Are there inherent difference, and if so – what are they?
Please respond to the following:
Recently, a US Circuit Court upheld the enforceability of Website Terms of Service (ToS), even though the user did not have to click-through to agree.
- Identify one positive and one negative implication of this finding.
- What terms do you believe are ethically appropriate for such agreements?
- Explain your position.
Consider the terms vague, ambiguity and generality as they relate to our textbook reading for this week.
How are vagueness, ambiguity and generality used in politics or in law in order to achieve a desired outcome?
What are some examples of how this might be applied in your future career?
Include an example or two from current events that demonstrates the use of vagueness, ambiguity and generality.
Feel free to share an article, a screenshot of a social media post, a video, etc.
Write a briefing paper (approximately 300–400 words) for your professional colleagues, employees, or volunteers that describes best practices for compliance with professional ethics while maintaining personal responsibility. Include at least one example of a case study related to your work (real or fictional) to illustrate your points.
- Construct a relevant ethical argument for addressing complex organizational issues using ethics theory as a foundation.
- Demonstrate the relevance of creating a culture founded in a theoretical framework for sound business ethics in today’s global marketplace.
- Create and systematically apply a defensible ethical moral framework to a contemporary ethics issue. To systematically apply the ethical moral framework, you must use the framework consistently as you describe the ethics issue.
- Explore the issue using the framework you create. HINT: This is done through the application of one of the theories we have read about in this course.
Section 1: Introduction and situational analysis
Section 2: Stakeholder analysis:
section 3: Analysis based on ethical theories:
Section 4: Conclusion and recommendations:
section 5: References:
LO1 Critically evaluate valuation methodologies and their uses
LO2 Critically appraise aspects of ethics and regulation and provide reasoned solutions and
advice to ethical problems
LO3 Critically analyse comparable rents, yields and capital values, to evaluate the current
UK and international property markets in a range of sectors
LO4 Develop basic valuation reports and provide justified solutions to a range of real estate
You are employed as a graduate surveyor by Castlebrook, a firm of general practice surveyors. A
well-established client, Cathedral Properties Ltd, owns a portfolio of different types of real estate.
Castlebrook have been asked for advice concerning two properties from their portfolio.
The first property comprises a ground floor mid-parade lock-up shop, with the following internal
Internal width (at front): 7.65m
Shop depth: 26 m
At a depth of 15m the shop widens for the remainder of the shop by 3m giving an internal width of
10.65m. The shop provides an ‘L’ shape configuration.
Within the shop there are three columns spaced at 5m intervals from the frontage. These columns
measure 0.45 m by 0.45m. At the rear of the shop there are WCs measuring overall 1.8m by 1.8m.
The second property is a vacant office building known as Belmont House, situated on Belmont
Business Park. Belmont Park was built in 2010 and comprises 10 modern office buildings, situated
on the edge of a large regional city. Basic details of the subject property are as follows:
Address: Belmont House, 1 Belmont Business Park.
Three-storey open-plan office.
Total accommodation 1,950 square metres (20,990 sq ft) International Property Measurement
Standard 1 (IPMS 1) with 20 car parking spaces.
Freehold interest to be placed on the market imminently.
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Table 1: Comparable Evidence – Belmont Business Park
Address Description Lease terms Floor areas Transaction/Ren
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Discuss the professional ethics and responsibilities of intermediaries, managerial responsibility and loyalty, and employee responsibilities to the community.
Discuss how the traits of ethical leaders and the influence of the group affect moral responsibility. Provide an example in your writing.
Discuss how this class has changed your behavior as it relates to ethical business decisions.
Consider the ethical implications of disclosure and nondisclosure.
Research federal and state laws for advanced practice nurses. Reflect on the legal implications of disclosure and non-disclosure for you and the health clinic.
Consider what you would do as the advanced practice nurse in this scenario including whether or not you would disclose your error.
Review the Institute for Safe Medication Practices website in the Learning Resources. Consider the process of writing prescriptions. Think about strategies to avoid medication errors.
Write a 2- to 3- page paper that addresses the following:
Explain the ethical and legal implications of disclosure and nondisclosure. Be sure to reference laws specific to your state.
Describe what you would do as the advanced practice nurse in this scenario including whether or not you would disclose your error. Provide your rationale.
Explain the process of writing prescriptions including strategies to minimize medication errors.
In chapters 12 and 13 of Feminism is for Everybody, bell hooks challenges the system of patriarchal privilege. In chapter 12, she suggests that most men do not want to be oppressive and yet because of the way they have been socialized they see no other choice for themselves if they want to be understood as “real men”. In chapter 13 she says “Future feminist studies will document all the ways anti-sexist male parenting enhances the lives of children” (78).
Rebecca Solnit “delineates three big blurry categories” in relation to how men perceive and act toward feminism “There are the allies…the raging misogynists (87) and “then there are a slew of men who may mean well, but enter the conversation about feminism with factually challenged assertions that someone – usually in my experience a woman — will spend a lot of time trying to rectify” (88).
Both authors, and the speakers in the videos we watch this week, are concerned with the impacts of misogyny on future generations and on the planet where we live. So, in truth, all of us need to be concerned with how all men and individual men relate to the liberation of all women and individual women.
Respond to the prompt by quoting BOTH authors and at least one of the speakers from one of the videos.
Consider how can men can participate in parenting in ways that help overcome sexism in our society and on our planet. Be sure to quote both authors and one of the speakers from one of the videos, but also give at least one specific example of what “feminist masculinity” might look like in relationship to parenting.