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Capitalism, Victimization, and the Criminal Justice System: The Ethical Implications of Allowing Criminals to Profit From Their Crimes
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A 3 page observation that capitalism can be linked to victimization and the criminal justice system in a number of diverse ways. One of the most disturbing of these, however, is the contemporary trend of criminals capitalizing on their crimes after their conviction and imprisonment by making book and movie deals or even producing art or song lyrics. The author explores the ethical implications of this situation. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Captain Rockwood And Haiti: Military Ethics
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5 pages in length. Captain Rockwood experienced a collision between conscience and duty, a test of one's moral constitution from which no human can escape unscathed; if the issue at hand is so daunting as to erect such a pillar of doubt, while at the same time drive one to contemplate the validity of its importance over and above one's personal conflict, then there can be no question as to the legitimacy of hesitation. From childhood and throughout his learning years, Rockwood felt an entirely different calling than the one that expected him to carry forth the family's military tradition. Indeed, the humanitarian empathy in him exuded from the apex of his entire being; how, then, could a man who at one time trained to be a priest be expected to ignore the calling of blatant barbarity? Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Carter/”Just Be Nice”
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A 4 page essay that is in reaction to “Just Be Nice,” Stephen L. Carter, which is an essay that calls for a return to civility and argues that the “protection of constructive and polite public discourse is essential to public morality and the common good” (Davis 689). Roger Williams, the seventeenth century Puritan leader who founded the colony of Rhode Island, emphasized the need for civility, as he argued that the “’term’ civility’ stands for basic moral norms that citizens hold in common” and this is a stance in which Carter concurs (Davis 689). Therefore, rude, vulgar speech that accosts one’s fellow citizens for no apparent reason is more than simply bad manners. It is a direct attack on the foundations of society itself. This point is proven by examining the functions that civility serves in society, and also by looking at the innate power of language. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Case Scenario: Ethical/Legal Issue In Therapy
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3 pages in length. The writer briefly discusses the legal and ethical implications of breaching confidentiality when one spouse discloses he is HIV positive but has not told the other spouse. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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