Question 1

The bribing of foreign government officials is prohibited under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

True

False
The United Nations Global Compact for Business prohibits child labor, environmental damage, corruption and disregard for human rights.

True

False
Question 3

In the Exxon Valdez case, oil was safely transported in Alaskan waters and the environment was preserved.

True

False
[7:38 PM, 11/19/2020] : Question 4

The Corporate Ethics Code typically contains only financial reports.

True

False
Question 5

Wal-mart is alleged to have bribed foreign government officials in Mexico.

True

False
Question 6

The Merck case presented a challenging dilemma of costly development of a drug that could help millions of people but likely make no profit.

True

False
Question 7

In the “Discipline case,” the importance of workplace standards is emphasized.

True

False
Question 8

The CEO corporate statement or vision typically emphasizes making profits only.

True

False
Herb Kelleher spoke of a people oriented corporate culture; Jack Welch did not.

True

False
Question 9

Herb Kelleher spoke of a people oriented corporate culture; Jack Welch did not.

True

False
The Sears Case presents an incentive program that was properly maintaned and it won awards from 42 States for integrity in auto repairs.

True

False
[7:40 PM, 11/19/2020] : Question 10

The Sears Case presents an incentive program that was properly maintaned and it won awards from 42 States for integrity in auto repairs.

True

False
Question 11

Johnson & Johnson is acclaimed for removing from sale 100 million dollars of what product?

chicken sandwhich with pickles

washer/dryer machines

Tylenol

Spinach
Question 12

In Bad to the Bone, the corporate culture showed concern primarily for:

safety

all stakeholders

profits

a corporate culture of integrity
Question 13

In the Tapp pharma case, Mr Durand eventually decided to:

provide even more incentives to change corrupt behavior

quit and went back to Merck

sought promotion and won an award for changing corporate culture

Blew the whistle on Tapp Pharma
Question 14

Which company currently is alleged to have had an inappropriate incentive program:

Burger King

Wal-Mart

Wells Fargo

Apple
Question 15

The Corporate shared value approach to CSR emphasizes:

innovation

creativity

core competencies

all of the above
The McWane company is best known for its strong OSHA compliance program.

True

False
Question 17

Fraud can be defined by its various elements: intentional misrepresentation, reasonably relied upon, that causes damage.

True

False
Question 18

In the Bad to the Bone case that involved a product, there was no criminal prosecution thus it was consistent with the Ford Pinto product case.

True

False
Question 19

In the “Termination” case, the principle of termination for cause is not demonstrated.

True

False
The Securities and Exchange Chairman stated in light of Enron and other companies’ risky accounting and other practices, that many “gate keepers” at the time performed their jobs exceptionally well and

contributed to the economic recovery.

True

False

Paper instructions: Read: Joseph L. Sax, Mountains Without Handrails, Reflections on the National Parks Robert Keller, “Lac La Croix: Rumor, Rhetoric and Reality in Indian Affairs” Sax argues that the purpose of parks is ultimately spiritual and that they should not be compromised by commercialization and paternalism. This book was published more than 40 years ago. Is it still relevant? Write a response as in Lesson One. Joseph Sax died in the spring of 2014. Consider: In April, 1998, a party of six backpacked five days in the Grand Canyon. Park entrance and trail fees came to nearly $150. Given Sax’s conclusions, can this be justified? Does a user fee policy have an implicit racial and economic bias, and is any such bias new, or does it continue the reality of the past? Also read the article on Lac La Croix in the syllabus. How do you compare this viewpoint with Sax’s? What, if any, dilemmas in park management do you find? How would Sax resolve them? Do you think Canada differs from the U.S. in this regard? Should we and Canada exempt native people from conservation regulations? What were the competing values in this controversy? How would you resolve the dispute? What did you learn about Dr. Keller? Writing, grammar, and spelling will be evaluated as well as content. Rough drafts should be complete and spell-checked. Papers must be typed and double spaced. Sources of information must be cited. You can assume I have read any assigned book and need not be informed of its contents. I do, however, require evidence that you have read the book. This is best done by being specific in illustrating your points. A good book review answers questions: Is the book clearly written? What are the authors’ attitudes, biases, assumptions, purpose, and style? The major theses, interpretations, and conclusions? What new material/information did you learn about parks? Where did you agree or disagree? Why? How does the book compare with your previous knowledge? How well is the book documented? Does the author consider conflicting evidence, and do so fairly? Did the reading change your mind about national parks, the NPS, or how we can (or should we?) protect and preserve natural reserves? For whom is the book written? To whom would you recommend it? Does the publisher help readers by printing, maps, charts, photos, source notes? A good book review is a trialogue between you, the author, and me.

Joseph L. Sax’s book “Mountains Without Handrails” was published more than 40 years ago. Despite that fact, its position and assumptions on how nature should be interacted with are still relevant today. The reason it is relevant in contemporary times is that many people, just like those from 40 years ago, still fail to understand nature’s essence and how to appreciate what it has to offer fully. It could be because we are heavily dependent on gadgets and machinery that we forget to acknowledge nature’s bounty and end up destroying it so that we can create more illusions of comfort or artificial environment. Today, we are more inclined to have a gym subscription than go for a walk in the park; we prefer staring at a screen all day rather than watch the sunset at the beach. These supposedly unnatural preferences prevent us from fully appreciating nature, and the book remains relevant to remind us of how we should behave and act as part of the natural environment.

Given Sax’s conclusion, making a group of individuals pay for a backpacking exercise cannot be justified. The group of six who backpacked for five days in the Grand Canyon back in 1998 were making a deliberate effort to appreciate nature the right way since they did not have any motorized vehicles and had opted to use the trails. By requiring them to pay any fee for the opportunity to explore, the society demonstrated a lack of understanding for nature’s real purpose and instead showed insatiable greed by commercializing a commodity that does not need to be commercialized. Further, they dampened the spirits of other potential recreationists who might have had the will to explore but lacked the financial commitment to facilitate their passion.

A user fee policy on natural parks and locations across the world most definitely has an implicit racial and economic bias. Racial bias, for instance, would arise in a situation where a particular race in a country like America pays to use a park that is situated in an area predominantly occupied by said race. It would be unfair to other races who would like to use the same park but find it geographically challenging given that they will have to incur both traveling and entry costs. Besides that, it would not be considered fair since the government would require both parties to fulfill their tax obligations on an equal platform. If members of the public use the park or recreational location by members of the public, it would be economic bias to impose user fees since there wouldn’t be any maintenance fees incurred by the managerial body. According to Sax, managers at national parks should do their job while aiming to preserve animal and plant life without interfering in any way (Sax, 1980). This means that the park management does not spend any amount of money maintaining the park and as a result, should not demand any fee from users of the park as it is considered economic bias. Such bias is not a new concept but rather a reality that we have lived with for decades.

Keller’s viewpoint on regulations in parks differs from Sax’s in that Keller takes an environmental preservation approach that discourages pollution and degradation from human activities whereas Sax advocates for complete restraint from physical interference. In other words, Sax wants us to appreciate nature and let it remain in its original form while Keller intends to protect it from human activities that cause damage like dumping waste from a coal-fired plant into a lake. One dilemma in park management is the requirement to preserve by not interfering when, to preserve, they have to interfere. Sax could resolve this dilemma by leaning towards preservationists and depending on their unbiased innate motivation to work towards protecting the environment without any apparent monetary incentives.

I do not think Canada and the U.S. differ in this matter since they have demonstrated to be actively preventing environmental degradation by creating regulations through legislation to protect lakes and keep them as pristine as possible. Further, America followed Canada’s lead in halting logging activities that were detrimental to the environment (Keller, 1988). America and Canada should not exempt native people from conservation regulations because, without regulations, any population whether native or non-native can overexploit natural resources and damage the environment irreparably in the process. Regulations are necessary to keep them in control just like everyone else.

The competing values in the regulations controversy lay in the fact that the natives had an ancestral connection to the land they occupied and therefore perceived the land and all its natural resources as theirs by right. Non-natives, on the other hand, felt that being a native was not a valid enough reason to be exempted from conservation regulations. I would resolve the dispute by imposing rules on all parties regardless of status or origin. This act would have minimal implications, and affected parties would come to terms with the changes within a short period. From his works, Dr. Keller presents himself as someone with a passion for the environment and the commitment to preserve. This sentiment is informed by the meticulous work put into compiling reliable information for his book.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

References

Keller, R. H. (1988). Lac La Croix: Rumor, Rhetoric, and Reality in Indian Affairs. Canadian Journal of Native Studies.

Sax, J. L. (1980). Mountains Without Handrails, Reflections on the National Parks. University of Michigan Press.

 

For this task, you will prepare a mock interview. Assume you were  asked to interview a researcher about the merits and weaknesses of  quasi-experimental designs. These designs include (a) single group  post-test only designs, (b) single group pretest/posttest design, (c)  single-group time-series design, (d) nonequivalent control group  posttest-only design, (e) nonequivalent control group pretest/posttest  design and (f) multiple-group time-series design.

Your interview should be conversational in nature and critically  discuss the following questions regarding each of the major  Quasi-Experimental Designs:

  1. What are the merits of each of the specific designs?
  2. When should you use each of the specific designs?
  3. What is the statistical analysis that is used for each of the specific designs?
  4. What are the limitations of each of the specific designs?
  5. What is one research question for each of the specific designs (using a topic area that you are interested in)?

For your mock interview, utlize all of this week’s required readings to illustrate points throughout your interview.

Length: 5-7 pages (Not including title and reference pages)

Your paper should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas  and concepts by providing new thoughts and  insights relating directly to the topic. Your response should reflect  scholarly writing and current APA standards.

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A Personal Response to End of Life Care

 

The Importance of Planning

 

This paragraph will introduce the topic of end of life care. It will describe benefits to both the one who is dying and to friends and family members. This paragraph must include a brief statement which discusses why end of life planning is important to the writer at this present time. If each paragraph contains 100–200 words, the word count requirement will be met. This paragraph contains 131 words. Note that this is written in essay format rather than a numbered list. Direct quotes must not be included. If you choose to include direct quotes, your score will be reduced. Be sure to identify your source with a properly formatted citation and a corresponding reference entry if you include a direct quote, or information that is not considered common knowledge.

 

Advance Directives and Worldview

 

This paragraph will discuss worldview concerns related to the end of life care. Think about questions such as:

 

·         How might I define a “good death” based on my worldview?

 

·         Does my worldview influence the way I address advance directives/end of life planning? Why or why not?

 

·        Does the Bible contain guidelines for thinking about advance planning and en d of life care? If so, what are some of these guidelines?

 

Direct quotes must not be included. The only exception to this rule is the use of short Scripture references. Any direct quotes included will not be used in the final word count. If you choose to include direct quotes, be sure to identify your source with a properly formatted citation and a corresponding reference entry.

 

Sample Plan

 

Because this is a very personal assignment, you are not required to disclose information you are not comfortable sharing with your instructor. As noted in the outline, you may complete this assignment in the “first person” (as if you are answering for yourself), or you may create a hypothetical person for whom you will answer these questions. Tell how you, or the hypothetical person, might respond to the 5 important questions related to end of life planning:

 

1.      If I am fortunate enough to live a long life, I would like my final days on earth to include…

 

2.      If or when I am not able to make decisions for myself, I name <BLANK> as my health care proxy.

 

3.      I request that the following life-saving measures be used if needed. I do not want the following measures implemented.

 

4.      If I am in pain, I would like the following care…

 

5.      I want my loved ones to know…

 

Final Thoughts

 

Use this paragraph to describe your thoughts related to this assignment or to end of life planning in general. Indicate whether or not you intend to create an end of life plan for yourself. Will you encourage your loved ones to do so as well? Remember that the entire essay must contain at least 400 words, but not more than 800 words. Respond to the topics contained here with depth and detail.

 

A title page and abstract are not necessary. However, if you include information that should be cited, include a reference page to identify your source or sources of information.

 

We have studied social stratification and how it influences what goes on in many social interactions among people.

  1. What are some of the factors that affect social mobility? Can these be overcome?
  2. Do you believe the structural-functionalist or the social-conflict approach best explains social stratification? Why?
  3. Is it possible for members of a minority group to be racist? Why or why not?
  4. When you think of various groups (race, class, and gender) in society, which ones have the most power and which ones have the least? What and who are some examples? Has this changed over time? Do you think it will change in the future?  Why or why not?

Write your responses in two to three paragraphs. Be sure to incorporate terms, concepts, and theory from your readings to support your comments. Remember to respond to the posts of at least two other students in this class

 

 

using the textbook and Argosy Online Library, write a 5-7 page paper using APA standards for citation of sources that focuses on the following:

Interview two different individuals regarding their positions in society.  Analyze their responses regarding:

  1. Identify each person’s class, race, and gender.
  2. What role has class, race, and gender played in their lives?  How do you see these stratifiers as playing a role, even if the interviewee is unaware of it?
  3. Apply one of the sociological perspectives (structural-functional, social-conflict, or symbolic-interaction) to the individuals’ lives.  Why did you choose this particular perspective?  How does it explain each person’s life and life choices?
  4. What are some the benefits and limitations to using interview as a research methodology?
  5. Analyze each person’s components of culture (language, symbols, material objects, and behaviors) and relate them to his/her stratified position in society.

Please post your completed paper in the M5: Assignment 1 Dropbox.

Assignment 1 Grading Criteria
Maximum Points
Described each person’s class, race, and gender.
40
Evaluated the role of social stratification.
60
Applied a sociological perspective to each subject.
60
Explained the benefits and limitations of the research methodology.
20
Analyzed the components of culture and related them to social stratification.
56
Presentation Components
Organization: Introduction, Transitions, Conclusion.
16
Style: Tone, Audience, Word Choice.
16
Usage and Mechanics: Grammar, Spelling, Sentence Structure.
16
APA Elements: Attribution, Paraphrasing, Quotations (when appropriate or assigned).
16
Total:
300

Topic: Case Study

The following is a generic case study. Apply this case to any one group of your choice.

The client presents with concerns regarding alcohol and marijuana use. The client reports an increase in use, over the past year, to daily use. The client’s social support system has changed from a culture of origin and bicultural life to one primarily influenced by partying. The client’s finances are dwindling, and the client’s partner is threatening to leave unless the client addresses this issue.

The client’s background includes:

  1. Age: 27 years old
  2. Partner’s age: 28 years old
  3. White-collar professional
  4. M. Ed. in sports physiology
  5. Employed at present job for 3 years
  6. Upper-low to low-medium income
  7. Parents living, semitraditional/nonusers
  8. Health good, somewhat stressed but not sure why
  9. Bilingual, but ashamed to use outside of parents home
  10. Active past spiritual/religious orientation and past practices, but not now nor in the past 2 years
  11. Military experience and war experience
  12. Problems sleeping/intrusive thoughts for 8 months
  13. Occasional confusion and difficulty tracking conversations

Answer the following about this client:

  1. What are the cultural issues? What are the issues of everyday life? Can these be differentiated?
  2. What are the questions you need to start asking to gain a full picture of the client?
  3. What are the treatment strategies that will benefit the client given the information you find?

Week 1 Assignment Case Study Paper

Review the case of Holly Roberts on pages 1-3 of the textbook.

Based on the information contained in the presentation, write a case conceptualization essay of 1,250-1,750 words. In your essay, discuss the following questions:

  1. What are the major conflicts in the family?
  2. What is your hypothesis about what the family is doing or not doing to perpetuate (or fail to resolve) the presenting problem. Consider the process and structure, family rules, triangles, and boundaries.
  3. Assess for any issues of violence that may be present, and discuss what you would do if there were violence in the home.

Three to five academic references are required for this assignment.

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.

 

You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Refer to the directions in the Student Success Center. Only Word documents can be submitted to Turnitin.

Team Assignment

I need you to answer this question just 200 words- What contributes to transgenderism?

-.  I also need a short introduction and conclusion with these topics what contributes to transgenderism, Is what was called Gender Dysphoria Disorder actually a disorder, Are men and women really any different in any way other than physically.  Its all my teams part.

Each team member should choose a topic or question, then choose a clear position, stance, or side, research it and share your findings in a short answer format.  This is what your paper should look like:

 

When I am done reading this assignment I should have NO CLUE as to what anyone’s personal opinions or feelings on any of these issues or questions are.  This is a research assignment, not a personal opinion assignment.  I actually encourage you to look for credible research that contradicts your personal opinion and share that, but because this assignment will be presented so objectively I will not be able to tell if you did seek research contrary to your opinion, or not.

 

You MUST use peer reviewed journal articles or textbooks.  Each person must include at least one source (or two if one is the current text for this course).  Each person must cite their resource/s in proper APA format at the end of their paragraph sharing their findings.