Outline – Ethical Dilemma Analysis

Outline – Ethical Dilemma Analysis
Outline – Ethical Dilemma Analysis
Take some time to consider the field you want to work in today (Clinical psychology). The final paper will be on an ethical dilemma faced as an individual that would be considered current in the field today. You will include background on the field and information on the ethical principle and dilemma. You will include in the text a discussion of all the IRAC considerations (SEE ATTACHED).
This is to be a formal outline detailing (Building Trust with Law Enforcement and the Community).
The outline should have all the sections of a formal paper, including title page, abstract, introduction, and body of the paper, conclusion, and reference sections. They must also adhere to APA writing standards from the most current APA manual.
Once this working outline is complete, writers will have a better opportunity to organize and focus the main ideas and supporting points.
Follow these steps to create a working outline based on the content provided in the reverse outline:
2. Identify and notate the essential MEAL Plan components for each paragraph (Main Ideas or topic sentences, then the sub-points for Evidence/Examples).
3. Identify and notate any new ideas or supporting points that have surfaced in the latest draft.
4. Determine if all supporting points (topic sentences) connect to the current thesis (MEAL Plan) and to the topic question or assignment.
5. Identify and notate (briefly or in full sentence) each piece of evidence used to develop the main idea of each paragraph, being careful to note where the evidence is currently located or is needed (MEAL Plan).
6. Determine the relevance of evidence provided to support each paragraph’s main idea and any sub-points, and determine the relevance of the evidence as direct support for the thesis.
7. Determine if the current organizational pattern within each paragraph is in the best order or in the order most effective to achieve the purpose of each paragraph (to inform, persuade, or argue, or to accomplish a particular mode of development).
8. Determine if the current organizational pattern of all body paragraphs is in the best order or the order most effective to support the thesis (what does your audience need to know and in what order?).



  Given your identified area of interest in athletics administration which is a collegiate Athletic Director, provide a reflection on three key issues of ethics and social responsibility that will pose a challenge for professionals in your industry over the foreseeable future.



 Consider the following:
 Scientists at a University have made a startling discovery: they’ve found a region of the brain that makes you wonder if you’ve done something wrong, and whether you’d have been well advised to do something better.
 There are several things that you should know about this region, which is inside your head, and the head of the lady sitting beside you on the Tube, and the heads of David Cameron and Lady Gaga and Rouge Dragon Pursuivant One, it’s called the lateral frontal pole. Two, it’s unique to humans – they ran tests on monkeys in the course of the research at Oxford and, nope, they don’t have it. Three, it’s the size of “a large Brussels sprout”. And four, it’s a leap beyond current scientific knowledge into realms that can only be described as spooky.
 We already knew (he says, hastily consulting his copy of Popular Science for Dimwits) that the brain can monitor decisions it has made. It tells itself: “I have chosen to follow this track in the forest and it’s turning out to be a sunlit pathway/sodden jungle”, but it registers no more nuanced reaction than that. What this newly discovered region does, however, is to identify other paths that it might have been better to take, and register what a dolt the brain feels for getting it wrong.
 “This region monitors how good the choices are that we don’t take,” said Professor Matthew, who led the research, “How green the grass is on the other side.”
 The lateral frontal pole, in short, is like a spouse who is quick to inform you that you’ve blundered and bungled it when it would have been so easy to get it right. It’s the kindly-but-firm voice of authority that tells you to go to your room and mull over what you’ve done, so you’ll be sure not to do it again in future…
 Hang on. This isn’t some minor breakthrough of cognitive neuroscience. This is about good and bad, right and wrong. This is about the brain’s connection to morality. This means that the scientists, without apparently realizing what they’ve done, have located the conscience.
 For centuries we thought that the conscience was just some faculty of moral insight in the human mind, an innate sense that one was behaving well or badly – although the great HL Mencken once defined it as, “the inner voice which warns us that someone may be looking”. It’s been used by religions as a numinous something-or-other, kindly bestowed by God, to give humans a choice between sin and Paradise.
 From: The Independent, Wednesday 29 January 2014
 Questions that should be answered:
 1) Would Aquinas agree with the author’s judgment that this discovery is in fact about conscience? Explain your reasons by reference to texts we have studied. Cite Aquinas in the way specified for the first assignment.
 2) Do you agree? This part of the paper should take no more than one page out of a total of five.
 Cite the paper by the numbers in the margin of the text.
 -The two books that can be used to cite this paper, I only have in hard copy form. So I would recommend using your library of books and/or the Internet.
 -Book #1: Aquinas Political Writings, Edited by: R.W. Dyson, Cambridge texts in the history of political thought.
 -Book #2: Treatise on Happiness, Saint Thomas Aquinas, Translated by John A. Oesterle.
 Both books can be used to explain the questions

Empathy will change how children view bullying

Empathy will change how children view bullying
working on a research assignment. The hypothesis is that Empathy will change how children view bullying. In this research you used a questionnaire to ask children their beliefs on bullying, then did empathy training and after the training gave them the same questionnaire.
My assignment is to write a literature review and discuss the following.
* research-able problem identification
*development of theoretical framework
*identification of dependent and independent variable.
*conceptualization and operationalization of variables.
*formulation of research hypothesis or questions.

Practical Application Assignments

Practical Application Assignments
Read the assigned chapter of the Psychological Science in Action text, and choose 1 of the 3 Practical Application Assignment prompts from the end of the chapter to complete. You must label your paper with the prompt number to identify which PAA you are completing. Your paper should be about one page of double-spaced texted (preferably, no longer than two pages), and it must address all aspects of the prompt. While no in-text citations are required, you must cite your source(s) of information at the end of your paper (each chapter in the Psychological Science in Action book contains the reference for the article at the end of the editor’s note). Acceptable outside sources (if utilized) include only peer-reviewed journals and educational websites (no Wikipedia). You can use any formatting style (APA, MLA, etc.)

What you have learned in Negotiation Class

What you have learned in Negotiation Class
This is the final assignment of NEGOTIATION CLASS.
The assignment is generally about WHAT WE HAVE LEARNED IN THE NEGOTIATION CLASS .
-The book required in the assignment is GTY Getting to Yes. Roger Fisher & William Ury. Third Addition) Plus the following materials.
1- Final Paper Direction (Has to be exactly followed).
2- 4 Role-Player (choose 3 of them). These role-player are exercises we did in class where the class was divided into 2 groups and each group tries to reach better deal upon the case being negotiated.
3- Materials from the COURSE READER you will use in the answers (You must cite to the course reader). Page numbers already appear on the pages so if you use them just cite to them and refer to the source which is called COURSE READER.
4- You can use the Scenario (attached) which is for the DR.ROLAND role-player. You see how the negotiation goes, the common interests between the parties, the turning point, changing the competitive method to cooperative.. Etc.
* We also watched videos on YouTube about (Settlement) regarding Jane Doe & Professor Palsgraf (Sexual Harassment) -ROLE-PLYER2.
In these 2 videos you can talk about the strengths and weaknesses of the negotiators, the skills used, the method, what you learned, what would you do..etc
So in your answer you would mention the videos and talk about them.
Note: you don’t have to use both of them, one is enough but still you are free to talk about both of them if you wish.
Video 1:

Video 2:

-The book required in the assignment is GTY Getting to Yes. Roger Fisher & William Ury. Third Addition). Citation to GTY is required.
– If you use other sources beside GTY and the course reader then fine, but you must cite to them.
Note, it is not a reporting assignment it is about what you learned, how can use the skills in you life or carrier (law field), analyze what you learn, …etc.

A 5-6 minute speech/presentation paper on the 7 pages Analysis Paper – Kanye West v.s. Malcolm X in Aspects of Mythology

A 5-6 minute speech/presentation paper on the 7 pages Analysis Paper – Kanye West v.s. Malcolm X in Aspects of Mythology
Write a 5-6 minute speech/presentation paper based on the 7 pages Analysis Paper of Kanye West v.s. Malcolm X in Aspects of Mythology. Hopefully it would be more convince for you by doing so. Insert some videos, pictures, etc. into this speech/presentation paper which you think they are or somewhat related to the aspects of mythology between Kanye West and Malcolm X. (NOTE: **Please ensure that the videos or pictures you pick MUST be tighten back to the arguments you had in the 7 page analysis paper though**)
Underline or highlight the context which you think you should and must talk about during the speech/presentation.

mind map

mind map
– Professional (Mind Map) (using Genius or alternative)
– Clear Understanding of Critical Theory
– Clear Understanding of Critical Management Studies
– Evidence of Understanding Critical theorists
– Evidence of wide reading
the work is mind map , please put the reference in a separate page

Annotation Assignment on Pain Psychology

Annotation Assignment on Pain Psychology
The assignment will work as follows. Students can pick any primary research paper published in any journal with the word “pain” in its title published in the last 5 years. Using annotation tools in Adobe PDF reader (or Adobe Acrobat) software, the student will comment on any statement, citation, or finding in the paper, in order to demonstrate deep understanding of the paper and its context. In addition to annotating the PDF (to be sent to the email address), please create a hard copy text (e.g., Word) document containing, in order of their appearance in the PDF, all your annotations. Create (a maximum) of 2 single-spaced pages of commentary, spaced throughout the article and commenting on various aspects of the study.
Specific requirements will be attached


Name of textbook: ethics in counseling and psychotherapy chapter 11
The Research Assignment must have a minimum of two references. One must be the textbook. The second must come from the journal article. Not more than 550 words, not including the references.
1. A description of at least one aspect of the article that was of personal interest to you.
2. relate the article to chapter 11 of the textbook
3. Include the method and result of the article.
4. what are your thoughts about the article
5. what are your suggestion and comment
6. What ethical principle(s) might be involved in this article
7. Why is examining Effects of Procedure and Outcome Accountability on Interview Validity
7. Why is examining Effects of Procedure and Outcome Accountability on Interview Validity
8. why is it important in the research and elsewhere
9. Critique the journal article (look for and describe weaknesses). Here, don’t simply “summarize” the article, rather, give its weaknesses. Do not, however, criticize an article for having too few participants.