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ETHICS AND SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH: A LITERATURE OVERVIEW
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This 20-page paper evaluates the problems of ethics in scientific research. Issues discussed include misconduct (such as fabricating, falsifying and plagerism) as well as the tie between corporate funding and scientific research. The paper is mainly a literature review of the topic. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: MTethsci.rtf

Ethics And Society
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5 pages in length. Ethics represent the basis upon which all appropriate behavior is expressed in a civilized society. To exist without ethics is to exist without social conscience, a reality that leaves within its wake a social order that refuses to acknowledge the elements of good and bad. While it is readily understood how integral the application of ethics is to a cultured and enlightened society, the presence of amoral social sectors – such as criminals – causes one to consider whether or not moral principles are inherent to mankind or something that must be learned. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Ethics and Technology
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This 3 page paper examines the use of technology to further an ethical corporate culture. The concept of corporate culture is explored. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: SA838eth.rtf

Ethics And The Clergy
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15 pages in length. Perhaps the most critical of all issues associated with the breach of any moral code is that of trust. When, for example, the pastoral post is occupied by one who asserts his vow of ethics and morality, it is expected that this pledge will be continually upheld throughout the entire term. If the congregation comes to learn that its religious leader has entered into unethical behavior, do they have reason to question his overall allegiance to the clergy? The answer is an unequivocal yes, for there is no separation between his private loyalty and his public loyalty; in the eyes of the public, any private betrayal equates to a collective deception. The writer discusses ethics as it relates to the clergy. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: TLCclrgy.doc


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