I suggest that the media institutions and firms, particularly marketers and advertisers, should consider business Ethics in the media, ethical aspects of the use of women and sexuality as a marketing instrument, and they may test how sexual and violent contents affects and influence viewers’ attitudes towards the media institutions. To conclude unethical media is huge problem that has many effects on both individuals and society, especially children. moreover it increased now by the appearance of the new technology and the internet. Many media institutions are violating the major ethical rules by using sexuality and violence. Given the fact that the media institutions use sexuality and violence as a marketing instrument in order to attract more viewers or consumers, it means that the media companies are trying to market themselves or their products at the expense of ignoring business ethics.
Mustapha Mond explains to John that books are prohibited because these people “couldn’t understand it.” I see this in society today as well. Nobody cares to know where their clothing comes from or where their plastic trash goes to because society has made it irrelevant. It is just simply something that is not spoken about and nobody cares to speak about it. The truth of sweatshops, inhumane working conditions, and landfills is drowned in a sea of irrelevance because the government does not want to make it relevant. Consequently, most people do not realize these problems
Teachers should not be allowed to carry guns in the school environment, it is just not worth all the checks and money that it takes, They are not trained to be skilled shooters, and because it is unnecessary. One reasons as to why teachers shouldn't be able to carry guns in school is because guns in schools could actually cause more
This means that the evidence was not reviewed enough to justify internment camps. This also means that the United States accidently or purposefully excluded information so they did not have to provide an explanation for why they did it. It also means that because the government did not release the documents that were detained individual people could not review it and say it was unjustified. ”An extensive effort was made to locate and review records of government action and to analyze other sources of information” (Personal Justice Denied...5). If the government did not make an extensive effort to search for evidence to justify internment camps, then why did they build them?
If one is not able to understand the argument, the credibility of the argument is compromised as the reader may not trust the argument if the author fails to make the information clear. Another weak point of the argument is the lack of total sources used. It is understandable that an argument in the form of a research paper is not effective, but more sources are needed to better qualify his claims. Including himself, Caplan used only three credible sources throughout the essay that provided one source supporting steroid usage, and one source against it. The information found in paragraphs seven through thirteen do not add to the total source count, as there is no mention of where the information was
Sparta disallowed travelling and this has no purpose whatsoever. In document D it says,”It was not allowed for them to go abroad, so they should have nothing to do with foreign ways and undisciplined modes of living.” This is an extraordinarily weak law. That’s because Sparta couldn’t acquire knowledge from others and they couldn’t trade. Since Sparta didn’t allow travelling they couldn’t trade knowledge with other Greek city-states and this could’ve been very valuable to Sparta. This proves that Sparta is stuck up; and being stuck up is an ignorant thing to be.
Opposingly, “Harrison Bergeron” did not include adequate details of the handicaps worn by any of the government officials; however, Tuttle’s film illustrates an authentic society because of the details conscientiously added. Another example of fraudulent government is through the attempted censorship of Harrison’s speech and assassination. The handicapper general does not want the viewers to be motivated by his words or astonished by the action she was about to commit. In comparison to the short story, only one circumstance of censorship was presented, and it was not used to the extent of protecting Diana Moon Glampers’ reputation as it was to cease the chance of future rebellion. Diana’s notoriety
The behavioralists ought to incorporate in the field of political science research methods, techniques and tools in order to procure accurate and precise data to obtain relative facts. More so, they disregard the philosophical identity of political science that led to its deviation from describing and defining the political in terms of values and judgments. Furthermore, Gunnell (1986) attributed Stephen Toulmin’s argument that philosophers are of no relevance in the study of politics for they are incapable of dictating the principles to which scientists ought to conform in their theorizing. However, the world is governed by the political and it is impossible for political science to be value free. Strauss (2011), it is impossible to define the political without reference to its
Again, Baumrind dismissed Milgram’s experiment insisting that his selection method was not of sufficient scale to validate his results and would make it hard for colleagues who might hold diverging theories to reproduce his results. In Baumrind analysis of Milgram’s experiment she fails to see a correlation between Milgram’s experiment and the relationship between German authority figures and members of the SS. Baumrind also states that she would still question the validity of Milgram’s study even if it was reproduced outside of New Haven and the confines of Yale University as well as how illustrative of human behavior the sample could be when using subjects who volunteered to take part in an experiment conducted outside of a
However, many remain divided over whether or not this scan was constitutional, as there was no warrant at the time of the scan. The government’s actions were not constitutional, because they did not follow the precedent case, used technology that exceeded human senses, and violated DLK’s right to privacy in his home.
While many criminal justice policies are loosely based on criminological theories if at all. The lack of consideration for criminological theories could come from the reluctance of scholars to test out the implications of theories on policy. In addition policymakers may simply be unfamiliar with crime theories and therefore have no theoretical knowledge to inform polices. Programs that lack theoretical support are more likely to fail, proving that many criminal justice policies are unlikely to be effective due to poor conceptualization. Even polices that are grounded in theory often are not well supported or are difficult to implement.
Diagnostic impressions: Jim’s profile pattern appears to meet the diagnostic criteria for antisocial personality disorder and borderline personality disorders. More specifically further assessment is warranted to also rule out, bipolar disorder, histrionic personality disorder and possible substance abuse disorders especially considering the significantly unreported use of his historical and/or current drug and/or alcohol use. Research has suggested that individuals who met the diagnostic criteria for borderline personality may have been victims of some sort of physical or sexual abuse therefore further inquiry is necessary. Additionally based on his profile a pattern of antisocial behavior was probably first evident in adolescents and it is also not uncommon for individuals to have had features of conduct disorder in adolescents, however, this should be assessed with caution based on his military experience therefore, further
Suicidal thoughts would begin to take place, all because the medication had not been effective as the user didn’t affectively take the drug as ordered. If a death was to occur the medication would most likely not be to blame but the way the user had been taking the medication and not communication with their
However, the honesty of this research is questionable. Any study that involves subjects concerning human beings should be approved first from the ethics committee before being effected (Chiarelli & Cockburn, 2002). Further, if the paper ever sought for ethical approval is not being mentioned in any section of the article concerning its ethical issues. This is one of the pitfalls noticed at the beginning of the