Even though the substitute chemical did not require the FDC approval however, being up front and honest with all the stakeholders will go a long ways. Therefore, Novelty now should have implemented the “Golden Rule, that we all should interact with other people the way that we would like them to interact toward us”(Kubasek, 2012, pp. 26). The right thing could have been as simple as applying the proper label. The final component to take into consideration when applying ethics is the how.
The author presented his/her article in a simple language that everybody will be able to understand. Good writers are concise and precise, weeding out unnecessary words and choosing the exact word to convey the meaning (Cali & Bowen, 2013). The author used words that are easy to understand 2. TITLE The author (s) report title is clear and accurate. It grabs attention to the readers, because it tell us exactly what to expect on the study.
In the section titled Teaching the AHA states “Integrity in teaching means presenting competing interpretations with fairness and intellectual honesty...leading them toward the insight that history is a process of living inquiry, not an inert collection of accepted facts” (AHA Statement on Standards 11). Additionally, the AHA highlights that textbooks, course offerings, and public history presentations should represent “the diversity of human experience”, which is primarily the goal of Zinn’s A People’s History of the United States (AHA Statement on Standards 11). However, students hold the freedom to openly disagree with certain interpretations and it is not the role of the teacher to dismiss criticisms. The role of the teacher is to present conflicting interpretations and allow students to come to their own conclusions. Lastly, the section called Shared Values of Historians discusses the importance of creating critical dialogue.
All throughout her session she was very calm and communicated clearly. She demonstrated having a clear plan from :08 – :40. During that time she gave a clear layout of the plan for the day like the warmup, the quickness drills, the resistance training, and then the cool down. Letting the client know the plan is important to help inform and maybe calm the client. She was clear in showing how to properly work machinery in minute
I think that there are, the most obvious being that Potter’s resignation will ensure that other academics are sure to ensure that their opinions and articles are well supported with evidence. The message is certainly sent that articles, especially those on controversial topics, have to be properly supported with evidence that supports the opinions given. Even considering this, I do not think that this consequence undermines my argument. In order to get this positive consequence, Potter does not have to be pushed to resign, but can be disciplined in other ways that show the importance of proper evidence. I think that the initial outrage was actually enough to create this consequence, showing academics the possible outcome of not supporting opinions on controversial topics with evidence.
Typically, ethical practice is described in protocols at the beginning of a research study. However, while this procedural ethical norm has an important place, it is not sufficient for ensuring best ethical practices (Boden, Gibson, Owen, & Benson, 2016). During the research, ethical decisions often present themselves in more subtle or unexpected ways. “Ethics as process” and “ethics in practice” describe an ongoing ethical engagement necessary to deal with unforeseen circumstances. In this respect, as proposed qualitative research designs emerge, so do the potential ethical dilemmas (Boden et al., 2016).
Internal and External Validity Both internal and external validity are incredibly significant factors in a research study. If a research study is not valid there is no reason to rely on the information gathered. Internal validity is the extent that a researcher can trust the results of their research based on the relationship of the independent and dependent variable rather than external factors. Whereas, external validity refers to how much the results of a research study can be generalized. There are many different ways both types of validities can affect research studies.
The paradigm of Positivism seems to be combined of Rationalism and Empiricism. Positivism focus on a priori knowledge same Rationalism but in difference point, Positivist beliefs in nature of reality that can be verified by science process but don’t belief in the innate. The innate knowledge seems to be skeptically for them and trying to examination about the reality for support warranted beliefs. While Empiricism is rejected the innate knowledge but emphasizes truth-reliable process. It’s look like the one of science process, Such measurement which needs to be reliability and generalize outcomes.
In this paper, I am going to explore the concept of truth in the light of the Correspondence Theory by identifying its major strengths and weaknesses. The correspondence theory is the one that most people would more likely rely on or agree about, but it contains plenty of problems or non-answered questions. According to Pecorino (2000) “The theory is based on the belief that a proposition is true when it conforms to some fact or state of affairs. While this theory properly emphasizes the notion that propositions are true when they correspond to reality, its proponents often have difficulty explaining what facts are and how propositions are related to them.” What do you find appealing or discouraging about Coherence Theory? One of the main features of this theory is that "truth” consists
Therefore it helps us to always reconsider and reevaluate any action. The major weaknesses of correspondence include; the objection recognizes moral truth, but rejects the idea that reality contains moral fact for moral truths to corresponds to. Furthermore, the logical positivists recognized logical truth, but reject logical facts. What I found appealing about coherence theory is the fact that it explains how scientists can make claims about the very large and small objects using a system of claims already accepted to be true. With this, scientists could save a lot and even move to perfection with necessary going through much protocol.
Barry’s use of syntax to effectively state his argument, his use of diction to allow the reader to comprehend the meaning of a phrase, and the allegories to add further emphasis to his main points all are important rhetorical strategies. These strategies don’t just emphasize the important of certainty and how it can benefit the field of science, but they also describe how uncertainty can also impact discoveries and how it can prohibit discoveries from being
We will supply candidates and employees with complete and accurate information as provided by the client, regarding terms of employment, job descriptions and workplace conditions. We will take all reasonable steps to provide clients with accurate information on each candidate 's employment qualifications and experience; and will only present those candidates who have given us authorization to represent their application for employment. We will not restrict the right of a candidate or employee to accept employment of their choice. We will serve our clients, candidates and employees faithfully, with integrity and professional responsibility. We will observe the highest principles of honesty and fair practice in dealing with clients, candidates, employees and all regulatory authorities; and will respect the confidentiality of record in accordance with law and good business practices.
The scenario examples would make me feel comfortable and confident in the client during any instance of pressure to use; hopefully, the client would feel confident in himself from my judgment. The method that seems described from my last sentence is motivational interviewing. When the client has worked with the counselor to set goals for themselves, the motivation possibly is then increased for change. The client did not show any signs of resistance during the session and became aware of identifying alternative activities in reducing excessive caffeine use. I was impressed with how the counselor allowed the client progress at his own speed with implementing the behavior changes.
When people read the quote they can understand the central theme and message clearly. The peer group that reviewed my visual argument also thought that the quote and image were excellent at presenting the message of the visual argument. The techniques I used were to present clear, concise imaging that have straight forward diction that the reader could understand. I wanted the reader to understand the position brought forward as clearly as possible. This always the to form an opinion that is either similar or opposite to my own.
A researcher must use credible sources in his or her argument for readers to be contended with his or her argument. For sources to be credible the researcher should sort various sources to determine the fairest and clearest sources. It is a good practice to recognize shortcoming and biases from each source. Using evidence in the research is important to prevent generalization of the argument since one is able to point out an opposing point of view. It is important for any argument in the research to have critics since readers are able to know how different people view the same topic under discussion before making their