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The Effects of Urbanization on Wildlife: History, Context, Management and Philosophy of Conservation
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This is a 10 page paper discussing the history, context, management and philosophies behind the problem of urbanization and its impact on wildlife. Urbanization has resulted in a large negative impact on wildlife in addition in regards to the flora and fauna communities. Within the last 300 years in the U.S., deforestation for urban or agricultural use has fragmented wildlife populations through urban sprawl, linear land use (such as roads and power lands) small and large agricultural land plots in addition to the introduction of exotic plants and animals which have an impact on native plants and animals. Agricultural use and urbanization in addition to being the demise of some species also causes the shift in native plants and animals in certain areas; shifts which tend to allow for the proliferation of some species often at the expense of others. Preservation and conservation efforts within the U.S. are primarily the result of the ethics and philosophies as promoted by Aldo Leopold who called for ecological considerations in regards to any urban planning. Preservation methods today focus mainly on restraining urban sprawl through the promotion of inner city renewal, the purchase of undeveloped land for preservation, promotion of mass transit through railways and fewer roads, and set growth boundaries around urban areas. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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The Equality Of Animals
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A philosophical critique of any given argument must rest on the merits as well as the faults of the presentation of the argument. An argument is only as solid as the logic it is formed on. This 5 page paper asserts that the argument presented in the article, All Animals Are Equal by Peter Singer is not valid inasmuch as he does not present sufficient cause or a logical order to his argument. No additional sources are listed. Endnotes are included.
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The Ethical Challenge of the Internet
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A 10 page examination of the ethical issues surrounding the Internet. The author contends that the Internet presents a greater ethical challenge than any other form of communication media. This is partially so because of the extent that it has become integrated into our everyday lives but, probably more importantly, this challenge also exists because so many consider the Internet a great sociological experiment. This paper identifies the stakeholders and discusses the Internet from the ethical perspective of Consequentialism, Utilitarnianism, and Deontology. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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The Ethical Debate over Cloning
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This 8 page paper provides an overview of a research study on the debates of human cloning. This paper provides a view on the side of opposition to human cloning and reviews both sides of the issue. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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