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Promise not to tell a soul

Posted on08. Mar, 2011 by .

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You Have to Promise Not to Tell a Soul, by Rick Brenner You’re at lunch with one of your buddies, who’s obviously upset. You ask why. “You have to promise not to tell a soul,” is the response. You promise. And there the trouble begins. Someone, sometime in the past month, has probably asked you, […]

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Harvard Medical School in Ethics Quandary

Posted on07. Mar, 2009 by .

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March 3, 2009 Harvard Medical School in Ethics Quandary By DUFF WILSON BOSTON — In a first-year pharmacology class at Harvard Medical School, Matt Zerden grew wary as the professor promoted the benefits of cholesterol drugs and seemed to belittle a student who asked about side effects. Mr. Zerden later discovered something by searching online […]

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The Nursing Code of Ethics – What Should you Expect?

Posted on26. Feb, 2009 by .

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Grant Eckert asked: Perhaps history’s most famous nurse, Florence Nightingale, gave her name to the earliest version of today’s Code of Ethics back in 1893, when a “Nightingale Pledge” was established. In 1926, The American Journal of Nursing published a provisional code, although it wasn’t formally accepted by the American Nursing Association until over 30 […]

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Volunteer for Hope for the Future Hiv Clinic in Ghana

Posted on25. Feb, 2009 by .

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Basecamp International Centers asked: Yingor Development Foundation is a non-profit organizaton that strives to help with community development, HIV education and civic education projects. Through a series of programs in which they visit different communities, they work hard to educate as many people as possible in these areas. Once the clinic is built, it will […]

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Meet Harriet Beecher Stowe

Posted on23. Feb, 2009 by .

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Mary McCauley asked: My upbringing was in a strict Protestant family. With a father like Lyman Beecher, who was considered one of the leading religious orators of the times, I had no recourse but to be bestowed the heritage of religious ethics. Our entire family was imbued with holy rights and unholy wrongs. Father was […]

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Volunteer at Mecd Organisation in Nicaragua

Posted on23. Feb, 2009 by .

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Basecamp International Centers asked: The MECD organization is the National board of directors in charge of the entire country education system, they work toward a free education in urbans semi-urbans and rural zones as well, throughout the whole country. In the rural areas they only can afford to have elementary schools, but in larger communities […]

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Ethics is not a Place

Posted on23. Feb, 2009 by .

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Guy Kingston asked: It seems that Ethics is a growth industry. There are even advertisements in the newspapers for “professional ethicists”. Does this mean that we are getting more ethical? Are we at the place of which Plato dreamed, where “kings are philosophers and philosophers are kings”. Alas, the opposite seems to be true. The […]

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Small Business Internet Marketing Company

Posted on22. Feb, 2009 by .

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Rajeev Rajagopal asked: In today’s marketing world, the Internet is the perfect marketing and communication tool to ensure success for your small business. With the support of a mall business Internet marketing company, you can advertise your company’s name, product or service on the Internet. An attractive and fast website improves your search engine placement. […]

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Medical Malpractice in Pennsylvania Expects Change

Posted on21. Feb, 2009 by .

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Paul Justice asked: Despite the current conditions that American face today, Pennsylvania is expecting change. This change is coming from the way that businesses do business with one another and how industries interact with one another. This change comes from the recent events that have been sweeping our nation at a increased rate. In order […]

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Ethics: the Conscience of Every Business

Posted on21. Feb, 2009 by .

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John Platania asked: At the foundation of every business is a philosophy, a conscience if you will; businesses cannot function without these. This applies to both online and offline businesses. What drives the conscience of a business, however, is a set of rules that everyone knows and follows. These rules, or ethics, are considered obligatory […]

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Brand yourself for Internet Marketing

Posted on21. Feb, 2009 by .

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George Collins asked: The thing about branding is that you do not want to brand yourself with everything. The best thing is to brand yourself with one or possibly two things. The best thing is really one. Some people we work with are branded as a master marketer online. So you brand yourself with the […]

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To Choose Ethical SEO Analysis to Get Profits

Posted on20. Feb, 2009 by .

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Dr. Anuj Gupta asked:   In this particular SEO industry, there are several SEO experts can come in different sections with different principles. They can not all work by themselves and ensure each site unique. Because they believe that each site require different phenomenal work to obtain successful SERP. On the other side of the […]

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10 Reasons Why You Must Improve the Environmental Performance of Your Business

Posted on18. Feb, 2009 by .

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Gareth Kane asked: 1. You are wasting money Between 2006 and 2008 I carried out simple half-day environmental health checks in 26 businesses ranging from catering through printing, engineering and construction to major pharmaceutical companies. I identified an average saving in waste, raw material, energy and water costs of £175,000 per annum, per company. And […]

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Christians And Environmental Ethics – A Strange Combination?

Posted on17. Feb, 2009 by .

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Gorazd Andrejc asked: You can find very different attitudes towards environment and global warming problem among Christians. There are of course Christians who simply do not care and do not see any real connection between their religion and the idea to save the planet. Religion is about saving humanity, spiritually speaking, not the planet, right? […]

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The Tweaking “CC”

Posted on13. Feb, 2009 by .

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by Rick Brenner When did you last receive an email message with a “tweaking CC”? Probably yesterday. A tweaking CC is usually a CC to your boss or possibly the entire known universe, designed to create pressure by exposing embarrassing information. Maria opened her inbox one morning and found, among the usual meeting announcements, deadline […]

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Internet Marketing: – Excellent Opportunity For People To Cooperate

Posted on13. Feb, 2009 by .

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Sunita Attri asked: Copying someone\’s work has never had any respect – not in the past, not today, not in school, not at work and especially not in business. There are copyright issues that you will have to adhere to as an internet marketing business owner. Otherwise, you could violate ethical issues and even get […]

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The Importance of Fair-trade and Ethical Products

Posted on12. Feb, 2009 by .

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Gen Wright asked: These days technology is rising quickly, and it still does because it makes people’s life easier. Nowadays the web is used to do pretty much anything, from finding basic to complex information, meeting new people and even buying and selling products. Not like the old day when people need to buy something […]

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Why Large Recruitment Firms are so Desperate to Sell Giant Advertisements to Their Clients

Posted on12. Feb, 2009 by .

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Toby Marshall asked: Do large newspaper ads work and are they value for money? In the days before My Career, Seek and Monster the answer was sometimes. Today it’s NEVER. Australia is unusual in having large numbers of expensive recruitment ads at the front of the papers. Some countries have a few but nothing to […]

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Trihedron of Modern Episteme: Comte and Foucault

Posted on11. Feb, 2009 by .

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mohammad amin ansari asked: “Modern man is not the man who goes off to discover himself, his secrets, his hidden truth; he is the man who tries to invent himself. This modernity does not ‘liberate man in his own being’: It compels him to face the task of producing himself.” Baudelaire In this paper an […]

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The Dilemma of Nanotechnology – Science Vs. Ethics

Posted on10. Feb, 2009 by .

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Tatiana Velitchkov asked: What is Nanotechnology and why should I care about it? Nanotechnology, referred to commonly as molecular manufacturing, is making huge strides within scientific and government communities. Despite its growth and the potential impact it will have on society at large, too little emphasis has been placed on the ethical considerations of nanotechnology […]

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Eco-friendly Credit Cards: Ethical Opportunity or Cash Cow for Banks?

Posted on10. Feb, 2009 by .

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Caroline Poynton asked: In a capitalist market seemingly obsessed with profit, the green bandwagon suddenly appears rather ironically overloaded with corporates. Whether it be big brand retailers, such as Tesco, or technology giants, such as BSkyB, business now seems intent on winning the hearts and pockets of the environmentally-conscious consumer. Financial-services firms are the latest […]

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Book Review: "churchill & the Jews"

Posted on09. Feb, 2009 by .

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C. Read asked: Martin Gilbert is a historical writing phenomenon; a historian without peer in many areas; and an intellectual giant in Churchilliana. Again he has produced another valuable niche product in the vast compendium of Churchill related works, this one centred on Churchill’s 70-year relationship with Jews, Zionism and post 1947 Israel. Even if […]

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How to Have an Ethical Christmas

Posted on09. Feb, 2009 by .

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everyclick.com asked: If Christmas really is the season of peace and goodwill why not start planning now to make it a truly ethical occasion for yourself and your loved ones? Charitable gestures in this season of giving are so easy to make at a cost which would even have Scrooge smiling with approval. Just what […]

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Trends Impacting the Ethical and Sustainable Packaging Market

Posted on09. Feb, 2009 by .

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Bharat Book Bureau asked: Ethical product development is now a major issue in the industry, and this trend includes the use and promotion of sustainable packaging formats. Ethical packaging is being driven by consumer environmental concern, retailer pressure and the development and promotion of manufacturer CSR. Retailers and manufacturers must be seen to be contributing […]

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Things We are not Suppose to Admit

Posted on08. Feb, 2009 by .

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Janet Atwell asked: My children are grown. My daughter will soon be 31, she has two daughters that are 9 and 10, and my son just turned 25 a couple of months ago, he has a 2-year-old son. I have been watching them with their children and I see many of the parental characteristics in […]

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Importance of Ethical SEO Techniques

Posted on06. Feb, 2009 by .

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Avdhesh asked: Hundreds and thousands of people have made use of the Internet in a variety of ways, each in an attempt to subjugate its great power and potential to give profit and gain to users and businessmen. However, alongside the aims of these hardworking innovators and entrepreneurs are people who simply want to extort […]

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Jumping High for the Internal Client

Posted on06. Feb, 2009 by .

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Gloria Rubaine asked: The internal client, we all have them.   They’re our co-workers, colleagues, bosses, staff, assistants and employees.   They may be brilliant experts in their own right or not, but if they are not working for each other, the results for company, clients and staff are simply not encouraging and could be downright disastrous. […]

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Leadership Ethics

Posted on05. Feb, 2009 by .

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Pierre Du Plessis asked: Here are a few things to ponder on about leadership ethics and our own individual position with regard to these principles: 1. General Douglas MacArthur’s Leadership Principles: MacArthur developed a list of questions to guide him in his leadership duties. These principles can be applied to any leadership situation. 1. Do […]

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What is Wrong With Organ Transplants? Everything is Wrong With It!

Posted on04. Feb, 2009 by .

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Gita Saraydarian asked: The issues of moral and ethical values have been swept under the rug. Masquerading under so-called life-giving values, organ transplanting has become big business. In reality, practices surrounding organ “harvesting” is a “logical” conclusion of a materialistic view of human life, driven by self-centeredness and greed. In the first part of this […]

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Tips for Healthier Living

Posted on04. Feb, 2009 by .

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Bella Mclaine asked: Cosmetic Products Off Talks During the 20th century, the popularity of cosmetics increased rapidly. Especially in the United States, cosmetics are used by girls at an increasingly young age. Many companies have catered to this expanding market by introducing more flavored lipsticks and glosses, cosmetics packaged in glittery, sparkly packaging and marketing […]

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Spiritual Progressives Unite to confront the Religious Right, the Anti-Religious Left, and the Empir

Posted on04. Feb, 2009 by .

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Eileen Fleming asked: An individual has not started living until he or she can rise above the narrow confines of his or her individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity.”-Martin Luther King, Jr. During the third week of May, in Washington D.C. over 1,200 patriotic Americans of all faiths and the spiritual but […]

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Inconsistent Views Towards Animal Rights

Posted on04. Feb, 2009 by .

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Scott Hughes asked: Among other reasons, I became a vegan because I cannot justify needlessly killing an animal. If I needed to kill and eat animals to survive, I would. However, we do no longer need to kill animals to survive. A person can just as easily survive without eating meat, while remaining just as […]

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The Philosophy And Ethics Of Neuro Linguistic Programming NLP

Posted on04. Feb, 2009 by .

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Shawn Carson asked: Neuro Linguistic Programming NLP was developed by Richard Bandler and John Grinder from studying three leading therapists, Milton Erickson, Virginia Satir and Fritz Perls. Since then it has become a leading toll in business management, sales, education, training, personal coaching and sports as well as therapy and many other areas. NLP AS […]

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Why Volunteer During Your Holiday?

Posted on03. Feb, 2009 by .

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Groshan Fabiola asked: ing while vacationing can be an unforgettable and amazing experience. For the people who love traveling, it is the best opportunity to enhance or preserve the places they are visiting, while helping local communities. For those who like offering their services, it is the best opportunity to put all their ideas and […]

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Questionable Medical Practices

Posted on01. Feb, 2009 by .

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Dr. Johnson C. Philip asked: Natural science and technology has made enormous progress in the past few centuries, and this has been possible only because of experimentation.  Men everywhere, in their quest to understand the world better, have subjected every conceivable  process to experimentation and possible modification.  This has brought us numerous blessings in the […]

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Strategies of Internet Marketing

Posted on01. Feb, 2009 by .

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Achal asked: In an environment where so much commerce is taking place online, any company who wants to achieve their full potential must have a solid Internet marketing strategy in place. Unfortunately, even with the online world such an integral part of doing business these days, many companies don’t completely develop their strategies.   Even […]

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Why Should I Buy Ethical Clothing?

Posted on31. Jan, 2009 by .

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Davinos Greeno asked: Garment workers throughout the globe are traditionally paid the minimum wage and work long hours in poor conditions in order to produce the clothes that we take for granted. In the developing world countries such as Indonesia and China mass produce enough clothes to reach to the moon and back every day, […]

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Ethical Situations in Counselling

Posted on30. Jan, 2009 by .

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Pedro Gondim asked: A prominent aspect of counsellor training involves the analysis of ethical situations. Counsellors need to be malleable to the variety of situations in which the client’s personality traits and environmental circumstances are prominent barriers to the relationship’s progress. Codes of practice, ethical guidelines and counselling micro-skills play a role in supporting the […]

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Hirer Beware! Do’s and Don’ts for Hiring in the Medical Field

Posted on30. Jan, 2009 by .

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John Burke asked: When I first started doing office management, I had a lot of problems finding good employees. It seemed like the people I was hiring could do the work, but had the wrong attitude. According to a new article in the Medical Group Management Association’s newsletter, I was using the wrong criteria: “You […]

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The Need for a Code of Ethics on Internet Usage

Posted on28. Jan, 2009 by .

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Annabelle Rox asked: To understand the issue of internet ethics, you must first have a basic understanding of how the internet actually works. Although the internet actually came into being by the American military in 1969, it wasn’t until 1989 that the World Wide Web was created in Switzerland. Today there are some 400 million […]

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