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The Philosophical Basis Of Privacy
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16 pages in length. The Merriam Webster Collegiate Dictionary defines privacy as one's right to freedom from unauthorized intrusion. Clearly, this definition does not reflect contemporary society and the myriad ways in which personal information is readily collected; from medical records to workplace surveillance to personal computers, virtually no one's privacy is protected in today's world. Are people still entitled to their privacy when certain pieces of information might well impact someone else's life? Is there too much personal information ending up in the hands of those persons and agencies who can ultimately do us harm? Or is there a fine line of lost privacy that is inherent to maintaining control in a world whose population is exploding at the seams? Inasmuch as there are more than two sides to this particular controversial topic, one might readily surmise that there could not exist one rectifying solution. Bibliography lists 24 sources.
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The Pressures of Social Class:
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This 9 page paper examines the pressures that social class places on working parents. More specifically, this paper anlyzes rising day-care enrollment in order to substantiate claims that today's society is increasingly consumeristic. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: GSSoccla.rtf

The Problems of Acting on an Implicit Assumption
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This 3 page paper describes the difficulties an employee encountered when she acted on an implicit assumption. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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The Professional Engineer's Code of Ethics: A Critique of the Provisions for Engineering Review
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A 7 page critique of the Professional Engineers of Ontario Code of Ethics. This paper concentrates on the seemingly perplexing, concerning, and even contradictory provision that one engineer not review another's work without their full knowledge. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPethEng.rtf


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