Ethical issues facing the organization

Ethical issues facing the organization: corporate social responsibility Student Institution Introduction Corporate social responsibility (CRS) is defined as the manner in which a business organization takes responsibility for their activities and decision on the surrounding society, the environment, and the finances. The corporate social responsible business has realized the importance of the society and the environment for the business success as shown in (Allen, 2011). CRS become an ethical issue when a business corporation ignores their impacts on the society and the environment and focus on a sole duty of making the profit. Most Jamaican business organizations are aware of CRS but have...

Ethical Issues in Medical Marijuana

Name Teacher’s name Course Date Hazards of Medical Marijuana. A constant debate on the medical usage of Marijuana arises from the science of medicine as it also does from cultures, conflicting values, and politics. Arguments that array pharmaceutical product sourcing from plants have justified the usage of the plant in treating medical conditions dealing with nausea and pain in patients. This debate has created an ethical dilemma in some states where the distribution and possession of therapeutic cannabis have been forenamed illegal. Marijuana consists of dried flowers, stems, seeds and leaves of the hemp plant. The plant also referred to as Cannabis sativa, comprises of the brain-altering...

Obamacare And Obamacare and Sick Around America

Name University Course Tutor Date “The Affordable Care Act” One of the most concise and profound explanation of the Obamacare was a video published by the Kaiser Health Reform Source (2010) in YouTube. The video started by enumerating the current problems of the system. First money, because most of people believe that availing health insurance is expensive. The second problem is the fact that the system itself is full of holes (e.g. people with pre-existing health conditions) can be turned down by the insurance health company. The last problem concerns the growing number of American people affected by different sickness. Combining these three problems, Obama passed the Affordable Care...

War impact on children #2

The relationship between war photographers and children is concrete. Famous war photographers like McCullin used children to show the harsh effects of war. The use of children in war photography is aimed at manifesting empathy. When people view these photographs, they get the feeling of commiseration for the weak, innocent victims of the war who are unable to flee from the battle. For example, in one of the photographs done by McCullin, it showed Muslim children and women being shot at by Christian armies as they flee. The photograph inflicted emotional feelings because it portrayed an act of murder and genocide rather than portraying a state of war. Consequently, the use of children in war...

Medical Marijuana -pros and cons

Medical Marijuana Name: Institution: Medical Marijuana Marijuana is a name given to the dried flowers, stems, seeds and leaves of the hemp plant. The plant also referred to as Cannabis sativa, comprises of the brain-altering delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) chemical and compounds related to it (Balakrishnan 26). It can also be used to make extracts of THC for various purposes. Marijuana is probably the most widely used illicit drug in the United States (Balakrishnan 30). Medical Marijuana is a term used to refer to the utilization of the cannabis plant or the essential extracts acquired from it for the treatment of certain symptoms. The marijuana plant has not been fully approved or...

Abortion Law

Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Abortion Laws Abstract Abortion is the natural tendency of eliminating the human fetus from the mother. The acts of abortion were expressly agreed upon in the year 1973 via the case of Roe v. Wade, in which the plaintiff won, and the court ruled for abortion in her favor. The case was held in Texas, which was a state that did not allow abortion under any condition. Legalization of abortion was accepted in the region, though no federal law has been set in the US to support the legal process of abortion. There have been several debates on the issue, and most contend that abortion laws should be put in place to provide mothers with their rights of choice in...

any topic related to healthcare ethics

Abortion Student Institution Introduction Gender is a term that describes interactions between people and their environment. Gender is different from sex yet they are inseparable. Traditionally different sexes were expected to perform specific roles, and this formed either male or female gender. Gender is constructed culturally through beliefs and behavior, and expectations of the society for each person. Gender role can be defined as the roles that individual are expected to play domestically and at the workplaces. The roles at workplaces vary based on the gender of a person; although some duties can be handled by any genders. For instance, men are entrusted with heavy manual work and women...

Business Ethics

Name: Professor: Course: Date: Is corporate social responsibility a way to cover exorbitant charges? Introduction There are different definitions that have been provided to for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Most writers refer to CSR as an organization’s sense of commitment to the environment and community both socially and ecologically whereby they ensure a reduction of waste products, institute different social programs that are geared towards ensuring the overall wellbeing of the society. It can also be said to be an initiative by a corporation to take charge of their social and environmental wellbeing. The initiatives of CRS often go beyond those that are desired by...

Effective Leadership

Effective Leadership Name: Institution: Effective Leadership Introduction Leadership denotes being able to provide direction, for instance, to followers. In essence, followers regard their leaders as role model in terms of providing direction. As such, leaders need to be more flexible in understanding the people they lead. Understanding the world views of followers ensures that leaders can make appropriate decisions. However, while leaders are expected to provide direction, it is also important to note that leadership is a learning process. In this regard, effective leadership is attained through a process of identifying one’s strengths and weaknesses. In addition, effective leadership...

The development of dominant- minority group relations in preindustrial America

Name Instructor’s name Course number Date The Development of Dominant and Minority Group Relations in Preindustrial America Most people living in the New Worlds between 1600 and the 19th century depended directly on agriculture to get their food, shelter and other essential needs in life (“Origins of Slavery” 53). In a society dominated by agriculture, land and labor are obviously a core concern. The scuffle to control these resources led to the development of three minority groups: The African Americans, Native Americans and finally The Mexican Americans (“Origins of Slavery” 54). Two theories can help one get a better understanding of the dominant-minority group relations; the...