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Deontology is duty-based ethics. Deontologists propose that there are universal principles that undergird ethical actions and that humans are duty-bound to obey those principles. This week, you will examine primary and secondary sources that relate to deontological thinking from both theoretical and applied perspectives. The applied ethics topic for the week relates to the ethics of war and peace. You will interpret various military ethics topics through the lens of deontological theory. You will also complete the Week Three Assignment, which involves applying either deontological theory or utilitarianism to the ethical issue thesis that you created in Week One. To do this properly, it is important that you have a solid understanding of the theory, so be sure to read the course documents that relate to the theory you choose.   ( SEE ATTACHED FILE CHAPTER 6)

 

 I HAVE ATTACHED MY PAPER FROM WEEK 1


Applying an Ethical Theory

Please read these assignment instructions before writing your paper, and re-read them often during and after the writing process to make sure that you are fulfilling all of the instructions. Please also utilize the assignment guidance and the outlined model provided.( SEE ATTACHED FILES GUIDANCE AND OUTLINE)

Overview
The following short essay assignment is designed to help prepare you for an important part of the Final Paper. In this essay, you will do the following:

  • Use the same question you formulated and introduced in the Week One Assignment,
  • Choose eitherutilitarian ordeontological ethical theory to apply to the ethical question.
  • Explain the core principles of that theory.
  • Demonstrate how the principles of the theory support a certain position on that question.
  • Articulate a relevant objection to that position.

Instructions
Write a five-paragraph essay that conforms to the requirements below. The paper must be at
least 1,000 words in length (excluding title and reference pages) and formatted according to APA style

The paragraphs of your essay should conform to the following guidelines:

  • Introduction
    The introduction should clearly state the ethical question under consideration, and define the essential issues. Build upon the question and introduction you provided in the Week One Assignment.
    Your introduction should include a brief remark about the kind of theory you will be using to approach this question. The last sentence of the introduction should briefly summarize or position on the issue you think is best supported by this theory and succinctly state what the objection will be. Bear in mind that your essay will not be concerned with your own position on this issue, but what someone reasoning along the lines of the chosen theory would conclude; this may or may not be the position you took in the Week One Assignment.

 

  • Body Paragraphs
    Each paragraph in the body should start with a topic sentence that clearly identifies the main idea of the paragraph.

 

    • Theory explanation
      Explain the core principles or features of the deontological or utilitarian theory and the general account of moral reasoning it provides.

      You must quote from at least one required resource other than your textbook that defends or represents that theory.

SEE ATTACHED FILE REQUIRED RESOURCES

    • Application
      Demonstrate how the principles or features of the deontological or utilitarian theory apply to the question under consideration and identify the specific conclusion that results from applying the reasoning characteristic of that kind of approach.

      Your application should clearly show how the conclusion follows from the main principles and features of the theory as addressed in the previous paragraph. Please see the associated guidance for help in fulfilling this requirement.

 

    • Objection
      Raise a relevant objection to the argument expressed in your application. An objection articulates a plausible reason why someone might find the argument problematic. This can be a false or unsupported claim or assumption, fallacious reasoning, a deep concern about what the conclusion involves, a demonstration of how the argument supports other conclusions that are unacceptable, etc. You should aim to explain this objection as objectively as possible, (i.e., in a way that would be acceptable to someone who disagrees with the argument from the previous paragraph).

      Note that this does not necessarily mean that the objection succeeds, or that the conclusion the theory supports is wrong. It may be an obstacle that any adequate defense of the conclusion would have to overcome, and it may be the case that the theory has the resources to overcome that obstacle. Your task here is simply to raise the objection or present the “obstacle.”

 

  • Conclusion
    The conclusion should very briefly summarize the main points of your essay.

Resource Requirements

  • You must use at least two resources to support your claims.
  • At least one of the resources should be one of the Required or Recommended Resources that represent the theory you have chosen.
  • The other source should pertain to the particular issue you are writing about and should be drawn from the required or recommended readings in the course, or be a scholarly source.
  • You are encouraged to use additional resources, so long as at least two conform to the requirements above.
  • The textbook does not count toward satisfying the resources requirement.
  • To count toward satisfying the requirement, resources must be cited within the body of your paper and on the reference page and formatted according to APA style 

 

 

 

 



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Short Answer 1

Q1.You are the director of Fun Start Day Care, a culturally and socioeconomically diverse early childhood care center in an urban area. You observe John, an early childhood professional in one of your classrooms. John is a young, white, Christian, and a recent college graduate from a small town. One of the white children in John’s classroom asks one of the black children why his skin is so dirty for the whole class to hear. John does not answer the question. Instead he replies, “People may look different, but everyone has a mommy and daddy at home who love them no matter what they look like.” 

You are concerned by this and begin to visit his classroom more often. You recognize over time that the majority of the material John presents to the children reflects only mainstream cultural practices and identities. The children in the classroom begin to behave in ways that reflect this bias as well. John never discusses racial discrimination or sensitivity, and instead, chooses to ignore the diverse nature of his classroom in favor of a model that assumes that all the children are the same and have the same needs. 

Explain how the following key concepts apply to the classroom situation described in the scenario: in-group bias, racial socialization, and culturally-responsive teaching.

  

Short Answer 2

Q2.A 4-year-old girl named Wadja, who is a recent immigrant from Afghanistan, recently enrolled in the early childhood care center near a U.S. military base. Wadja will be placed in Miss Shauna’s class. Miss Shauna has read about Afghanistani culture, has seen many acts of violence on the news taking place in Afghanistan, and is worried about the class accepting Wadja and how she will adjust to her new environment. 

Upon meeting the family and Wadja, Miss Shauna realized that she was very well adjusted, a bit shy, but was becoming more curious about the other children. After a few weeks, Miss Shauna noticed that Wadja started to take her headscarf off after her parents dropped her off in the morning. Wadja also seemed a bit self-conscious about the food her parents packed for her, resulting in Wadja sitting alone or sometimes saying she was not hungry and did not want to eat. 

Many of the children in Miss Shauna’s classroom have relatives who are serving in the military, with some stationed in Afghanistan. One boy in class told Wadja that his uncle killed people in Afghanistan. One of the other children recently made a comment directed toward Wadja that “all Muslims are bad.” He later revealed that he had heard his grandfather say this a few times recently. 

Explain how the following key concepts apply to the classroom situation described in the scenario: acceptance; discrimination based on race, religion, or gender; acculturation; and privilege and power. 

  

Short Answer 3

Q3.Rosa is a new administrator at Building Blocks Day Care, an early childhood care center. She is 25 years old and arrives at the center at 5:00 a.m. to do her yoga workout before the children and families arrive. Rosa has made it very clear that health and fitness are very important to her. Marco, who is 67, is an assistant caregiver at the center who loves to cook and bring in treats for the other early childhood professionals. Rosa asked Marco to stop bringing in treats for the staff, since they are “filled with sugar and unhealthy.” Marco reluctantly complies. 

At a staff meeting a few weeks later, Rosa presented information about obesity in the workplace. In the staff meeting, Rosa said, “If you are overweight, you are setting a bad example for the children in this center.” Marco is concerned about his ability to get into shape, as he has recently undergone knee surgery. Rosa, however, constantly reminds the staff of the importance of setting a healthy example. 

One day she walks into the kitchen while Marco is putting sugar in his coffee and says, “I NEVER put sugar in my coffee. Have you ever thought of giving it up?” Eventually, Marco complained to the director of the early childhood care center. He was told that Rosa has come in to make some much needed changes at the center and that the entire staff should follow her example. Marco becomes worried about his job security but does not feel that he has any support from anyone at the center. 

Explain how the following key concepts apply to the classroom situation described in the scenario: perceived discrimination; discrimination based on appearance; and microaggressions.

  

Short Answer 4

Q4.Lela’s early childhood care center classroom includes many students of different ethnicities. The assistant director has noticed that she uses many culturally and linguistically responsive practices, including providing materials that reflect each of the families’ home cultures and translating materials, such as classroom newsletters, into the languages spoken within the environment. 

During a classroom observation, the assistant director noticed that there was a population of students of a particular ethnicity that Lela tends to interact with less—it’s very subtle, but Lela did not call on these three students during the morning meeting. When two of the children asked Lela to assist in a problem-solving situation, she responded, “Let’s see if you can figure this out on your own.” 

The assistant director observed another day, and her concerns were confirmed—there did seem to be distinctly different kind of interaction with these children. When the assistant director brought her concerns to the director, as was their organization’s protocol, the director responded, “Well, children from that background are generally more self-reliant. I don’t think you need to do anything about it.” You continue to monitor the situation despite the director’s dismissal of your claim. You notice that this specific group of children eventually stopped attempting to participate in class. They were less engaged in the activities and less social with the other children. 

Explain how the following key concepts apply to the classroom situation described in the scenario: implicit bias; institutional bias; and anti-bias education.

  

Short Answer 5

Q5.Carlos is an early childhood professional who works with the 3- and 4-year-olds at an early childhood care center that provides lunch to students. He has two Jewish students and one Muslim student in a group of primarily Christian children. Sometimes these students are not able to eat certain parts of the provided lunches because of religious dietary restrictions, and must request special food in front of the rest of the class. This has a tendency to isolate the children and cause them to stand out more than necessary. Sometimes they are teased for their differences, as the other children have begun to recognize these situations as habitual. 

There are other issues as well. For example, Fridays during the winter require that the Jewish student leave earlier than the other children in order to make sundown. The focus on the Christian calendar is another isolating factor. While some of the Jewish holidays are discussed at the center, there is no attention to the holidays and traditions that correspond with Islam. This sometimes causes attendance problems and confusion, as well as the common isolation felt by the students who do not celebrate Christmas and Easter. 

Explain how Carlos may be able to mitigate the effects of bias and institutional discrimination on children, families, and the early childhood professionals at the center. 

  

Short Answer 6

Q6.Thabisa is an early childhood professional at an early childhood care center. A new child named Dana, who has two gay fathers, recently joined her class. She is perfectly comfortable with this, but is a little worried that it may be a controversial issue for some of the parents of other children at the center. Therefore, Thabisa chooses not to discuss it with the rest of the class. Both the fathers have dropped Dana off in the mornings, but none of the children appear to have noticed anything unusual about the family. 

One day, the group discussion turns to a focus on the make-up of each child’s family. Many children are excited to discuss their large families, including grandparents, older and younger siblings, and even some step- and half-siblings as well. Dana does not join in the discussion. 

Later that afternoon, the children are tasked with drawing pictures of their families. Dana’s picture comprises her two fathers and the two family dogs. The other children see her picture and ask where her mom is, at which point Dana becomes very withdrawn. When her father comes to pick her up later, Thabisa hears her ask him, “Daddy, are we not normal?”

Explain why it is important for the early childhood professional in this scenario to promote acceptance and diversity in early childhood settings. 

  



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Observation Assignment

LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT

I.  Observe in a preschool or elementary school setting. Select an individual child to observe and provide the following identifying information:

Age of Child _____     Number of children in class _____ Number of teachers ____

II. Describe 2 situations in which the child has REASONS to communicate and HOW the child then communicates:

            POSSIBLE REASONS:

To request object or assistance
To request comfort
To draw attention to self
To draw attention to people, things, events
To request information
 

            POSSIBLE BEHAVIORS:

Cries, fuses
Looks, changes facial expressions
Points and uses gestures
Uses questions
Makes statements
 

III. Describe child’s expressive language in 2-3 situations with either peer or adult:

2 or 3 word sentences
Complex sentences
Statements with a rising intonation, e.g. “I have some?”
Uses where, what, when, why and who questions
Tells stories
Plans and negotiates
Uses language in creative endeavors
 

IV. Describe child’s RECEPTIVE language in 2-3 situations:

Understands and follows simple directions
Understands and applies word usage
Listens attentively
 

V. Describe child’s SOCIAL language (CONVERSATIONAL STYLE):

            Be sure to provide examples.

            Social – initiates and responds frequently to others initiations

            Reluctant – seldom initiates, but does respond to others’ initiations

            Own agenda – may initiate, but rarely responds to others’ initiations

            Passive – seldom initiates or responds to others’ initiations

 VI. Look at NC FELD and determine a Goal and Developmental Indicator that you feel describes the child’s development.  Using a few sentences , explain your goal selection.

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Discussion board 200/250 words | Drug use and abuse, and Trafficking | University of Texas at El Paso


 

This week I propose a different sort of discussion board.

Imagine you are the music director for the documentary film version of Professor Campbell’s Drug War Zone: Dispatches from the Streets of El Paso and Juárez. As music director, you are charged with choosing the title song for the documentary of the book.

What title song would you choose for the documentary, Drug War Zone?

Here are the questions/instructions you need to respond to:

1. The name of the song, and who sings it or who plays on it. Why are they the artist you have chosen?

2. Provide a link to a Youtube video or Vimeo video (or any video or MP3 or MP4 file that is freely available (in other words, not behind a paywall or firewall)).

3. No more than three sentences (think of it as the length of a Tweet) explaining why you chose that particular song for the film version of Drug War Zone. The idea is to relate the song to the book, Drug War Zone. So answers that run in the vein of, “I chose this song because I like it,” aren’t going to do very well. In fact, I think that may be a good way to fail this test.

4. Engage other students in their choice of music and yours.

The other way to fail this test is to use any song or piece of music that has appeared in any of the seasons of Narcos, or, any of the music used in Sicario or the sequel to Sicario. The requirement is to be original not derivative. If you use any of the theme or title music to Jack Nicholson’s The Border, I’ll be supremely disappointed, too.

Beware, too: we aren’t talking about a song which brings to mind Juárez or El Paso but Juárez and El Paso. This is a very important conceptual point and is very important in how Professor Campbell structured his book. So… if you think you can use some banda from Sinaloa and squeak it past me then you are most certainly barking up the wrong tree. (By the by, I know my narcocultura from Sinaloa. I was a translator for slain Mexican journalist Javier Valdez Cárdenas — but that’s another story and it’s not really one that I like to talk about, save to say, I know Sinaloa…)

Dig into your prodigious knowledge of contemporary or classical music, folks.

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Criminal culpability, and criminal liability


 

Week 4 Assignment – Criminal Law, Criminal Culpability, and Criminal Liability

Overview

According to the text, criminal law is aimed at the misbehavior that falls below society’s norms and values. The burden of enforcing criminal law and maintaining public order and public safety falls to local, state, and even the federal government; all help to shape and prescribe conduct in the United States. Each state is specifically responsible for the maintenance of public order and public safety within their borders. The federal government is responsible for regulating criminal conduct delegated to it by the U.S. Constitution. Each branch of government, at the state and federal level, must proscribe the required elements of each crime charged and prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt per the Due Process Clause and other constitutional requirements. In this assignment, you will explore criminal law, criminal culpability and its limitations, and what is required for criminal liability and punishment.

Instructions

Write a 2–3-page paper in which you:

  • Explain the goals of criminal law and why these goals are still important today.
  • Explain the connection between state police power and the limitations of this power imposed by the Constitution.
  • Identify the differences between state and federal jurisdiction, when it comes to criminal law, and what is meant by due process of law.
  • Describe the manner in which the four goals of criminal law are met by requiring and proving both a mental element and physical act beyond a reasonable doubt.
  • Use at least three high-quality academic references. Choose sources that are credible, relevant, and appropriate. Cite each source listed on your source page at least one time within your assignment. For help with research, writing, and citation, access the library or review library guides.
  • Write clearly and concisely in a manner that is grammatically correct and generally free of spelling, typographical, formatting, and/or punctuation errors.



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Unit 4 ; health and policy part 2 due 05.09.2022


 

Policy analysis is a mainstay of any healthcare administrator. The ability to analyze policy from year to year and implement changes determines the behavior of your employees and the risk mitigation of your department and organization. You must be able to effectively communicate the changes needed for the policy. In this Individual Project (IP), you are going to research the current suggestions of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) using the following resources:

Then, analyze the following sample policy:

Sample Policy

Purpose: Effective hand hygiene to reduce the incidence of healthcare-associated infections

Policy: All members of the healthcare team will comply with current CDC hand hygiene guidelines.

Procedure Indications for Handwashing

Indications for Handwashing

  1. Wash hands when hands are visibly dirty.
  2. Wash hands using antimicrobial soap and water before eating and after using a restroom.
  3. Handwashing may also be used for routinely decontaminating hands in the following clinical situations:
    • Before having direct contact with patients
    • After contact with inanimate objects (including medical equipment) in the immediate vicinity of the patient
    • After removing gloves



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