I have many personal values that I have maintained throughout middle school. These personal values have helped me get through middle school, and helped with many various things on my journey to middle school.
Discuss how your life experiences have shaped you for a career in counseling. How have your personal experiences prepared you to deal with human and social problems? What has been the contribution of your family and your friends to your experiences? How do your personal values relate to the values of the profession of Clinical Mental Health Counseling?
In Louis Pojman’s “Argument Against Moral Relativism”, he classifies the three premises for ethical relativism. Those of which include the diversity thesis, the dependency thesis and the final result of ethical relativism. Following his explanation of these three ideals, he goes onto explain as to why each one of them are invalid.
Does Macbeth relate to modern society? This can go both ways, there is some evidence that states it relates to society, and some that does not. Most of the story relates to Society for a good reason. If you have the ambition to get a task done, you would do anything to get it done. Even if you use immoral means to get done. When you use immoral means to get a task done there can be problems. This all relates to Macbeth and his desire to become king. He killed King Duncan so that he could become king. He then became a suspect of killing King Duncan in the story later on. This was the problem of completing his task with immoral means. There is a lesson being taught in the story. I do not know if Shakespeare was intending on making this story into a lesson, but you can make it a lesson. The story teaches you to not use immoral means to get any sort of task done. It can cause many consequences for you. You can get things done without
“Beta club is not for everyone, it is just for those who want to be leaders.” That is exactly why I want to be a member of the Beta club. I want to be a leader. The Beta club is an opportunity giving program, which will give us the chance to serve others and be around others who are different from us. The Beta club can open up many students’ hearts and convey their dreams to the world. The world, as well as ourselves, can become confident. I will encourage scholarship, leadership, and good citizenship with my school and community. With my hardwork, not only shall I benefit, but all that I help shall be benefited as well.
Honor codes are an important and controversial topics on the universities on America. Many professor and students defend honor codes, by saying that are creating a culture of trust, and are they are also created to stop plagiarisms. At the same time many professor and students are against honor codes by saying that, honor codes are outdated and that is not including the new culture that students behold and has not increase plagiarize
The way a person thinks about health, “whether that is our ‘philosophy’, our ‘worldview’, our ‘framework’ influences what we do as individuals in practice,” as well as how we deliver the health service. These elements allow us to think about healthcare in our own culturally acceptable way, this isn’t always an acceptable way of delivering the service to people with views different to our own. Cultural competence is an approach that aids in influencing the service and the education of healthcare professionals. (Taylor, K., & Guerin, P., 2010).
Fear breeds dishonesty and dishonesty breeds dishonor. Today's students often find themselves as unwilling informants and police officers, serving as honor watchdogs upon their own classmates out of fear of the consequences they will face if they don't. This student on student judgement solely cultivates a culture of distrust and suspicion instead of one of honor, integrity and respect. For the honor system to be truly effective, it must be revised to have classmates solely serve as each others judges, through honor councils. The honor code itself also must be redefined so that it can serve as a guideline of the values members of the community should uphold, instead of a system of rigid rules and consequences and do’s and don’ts, meant to terrify
Loyalty, respect, self-less service and integrity are the values that map the life that I
She states “The first large-scale examination of alcohol uses among college students began in 1993. Run by Henry Wechsler, a social psychologist at the Harvard University School of Public Health, the College Alcohol Study surveyed 17,000 students at 140 colleges on why and how they drink” (McMurtrie). This also shows the ongoing battle colleges have had trying to control or at least maintain college students drinking. McMurtrie also states “Educators and researchers who lived through this period say a combination of exhaustion, frustration, inertia, lack of resources, and campus and community politics derailed the national conversation about college drinking. Taking on the problem proved tougher than anyone had thought” (McMurtrie). This shows the reader how overlooked and dangerous the drinking problem is. This also gives the reader insight on what causes colleges trouble to attack
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Underage drinking is a risk that attracts many developing adolescents and teens. A huge number of them wants to try alcohol, but often does not fully recognize its effects on their health and behavior. Underage drinking can in many ways harm the health of a large group of citizens in the US. During the teen age, the human body is developing. So, the consumption of alcohol may cause huge medical, social, legal, physical, and academic problems. Making alcohol more
Family and friends- I value the idea of keeping family and friends important in my life. For me, family and friends are the ones that will always be there for me when I’m down and will help me when experiencing troubling times. Having some type of support network is important because it reminds me that someone will always be there and I have someone to talk to.
This study, “Heavy Episodic Drinking and its Consequences: The Protective Effects of Same-Sex, Residential Living-Learning Communities for Undergraduate Women” aims to find the impact the environment has on drinking and alcohol abuse. The areas of comparison are single-sex resident living communities, mixed sex residential learning communities, single sex non residential learning communities, and mixed non residential learning communities. This study can possible lead to a solution to underage drinking in colleges, if it is valid and significant. If it does not lead to a solution, it can still provide insight as to the overwhelming number of underage college students who drink. This underage drinking is leading to many
When it comes to having and being able to maintain a strong moral code, front line patrol officers are the perfect example of what law enforcement requires. To ensure front line patrol officers maintain a strong moral code, they must be able to keep their integrity on and off duty. Officers should have this characteristic before they are hired and should be open for the police academy to repair and strengthen them.