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“Who Owns Information”: A Review of the Premises of Author Anne Wells Branscomb
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A 10 page review of the need for improved information management and protection. Utilizes the work of noted policy analyst Anne Wells Branscomb to illustrate the fact that the management of information has become considerably more complex in the last few generations. The miracles of modern technology have resulted in easy access to all types of information which at one time were accessible only to a few privileged individuals. The author asserts that in today’s economically driven environment our private information is often even viewed as a commodity and sold to the highest bidder. Everything from our social security numbers, to our phone numbers, to our medical records are at risk. Some is even open in many cases to the prying eyes of the public. This paper addresses the evolutionary trend toward information marketing and public access to information and outlines recommendations as to what provisions should be put in place to ensure information privacy. No additional sources are listed.
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"Mortality is Not Relative": James Rachels' Views on the Theory of Cultural Relativism
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A 7 page exploration of Rachels beliefs in regard to what determines certain cultural practices and whether or not there are inherent rights and wrongs in those practices. More specifically, Rachels explores the question of whether morality is a phenomena that varies according to culture, whether different cultures do in fact operate under different moral codes. Rachels points out that many cultures even diverge greatly from our Western precepts of right and wrong. He is particularly interested in the theory of cultural relativism, that theory that demands that we view behavior and situations in a world context rather than from the closely defined views of one culture. Rachels sees both positives and negatives in that theory, however. No additional sources are listed.
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"People-Seeds": An Analogy In the Abortion Argument
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A 6 page discussion of the concept of "person-seeds", a concept introduced by author Judith Jarvis Thomson in 1971. This paper outlines Thomson's analogy and uses it to delve deeper into the issue of the rights and wrongs of abortion. No additional sources are listed.
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"SWALLOWS OF KABUL" AND "DAWN": A RELIGIOUS COMPARISON
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This 8-page paper compares and contrasts Khadra's "Swallows of Kabul" and Wiesel's "Dawn," discussing the religious and moral considerations in both books. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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