In an essay of no more than 1500 words, identify the key claims of this text “Parity of Muslim and Western Concepts of Just War ” or , and discuss the extent to which these claims are supported by evidence. Relate your discussion to what you have learned in A332 Book 2, Controversial Practices (Beattie (ed.), 2013).At the end, append a list of at least three bullet points indicating the main ways in which you think your chosen text relates to what you have learned in Book 2. Continue reading
In the written assessment students should describe the case-study containing an ethical dilemma. This should be no more than 200 words. Make sure your dilemma is realistic. Identify the ethical issues the dilemma raises – there will be more than one. Identify the different people involved, describe how each one might view the dilemma, and explain why they take this position. Different people might include patients, users, carers, family members, the general public, pressure groups, front-line professional workers, health and social care assistants, youth workers, service managers; Continue reading
In this essay, you will need to discuss in detail reasons why people take drugs, analyse prevalence rates, and evaluate theories of addiction. You could also include attitudes to drug taking, within different arenas such as public, government and media. Continue reading
In today’s information-based economy, information is taken as power and control. To get the right information at the right time to the right people through the right channel is vital in any organization’s decision making processes. Network communication is one of the domains which are pivotal to the information and communication technology. A computer network involves many devices/media responsible for sharing (sending and receiving) data utilizing the transmission media. The internet is an example of such a network which spans globally. Continue reading
After long decades of military governance, the people of Ruritania in South America have now successfully elected a democratic government. The opposition party, that lost by a narrow margin, are hugely discontented arguing that elections were rigged and are seeking all possible avenues for a rerun of the elections. In the meantime, the government is forging ahead with infrastructural development agenda, which, among other things, include the building of: roads, bridges, tunnels, railways, schools, universities, hospitals, and prisons in the capital city. Continue reading
The judgment in Stack v Dowden  UKHL 17 came amidst much criticism about the uncertainty which faces unmarried couples upon the breakdown of their relationship. The case establishes a new framework within which future cases about cohabitants’ rights are to be decided, which it is suggested will lead to greater certainty and simplicity. Critically assess the impact of Stack v Dowden in the light of case law decided both before it and afterwards. Continue reading
Sarah Polley’s film adaption Away from Her represents healthcare issues through the marriage of Fiona and Grant. Critically reflect upon the represented issues in the film and/or Munro’s story and write a research paper (four to five pages) based on ONE of the following topics:
Is Grant’s decision of taking Fiona to an assisted living facility suitable for her conditions? How does the decision reveal about their marriage or love relationship?
Compare and/or contrast the scenes that depict Fiona’s progression of Alzheimer’s disease in Away from Her with those in “The Bear Came over the Mountain.” What element of Munro’s story is missing or dramatized in the film adaptation? Why? Continue reading
In Chapter 13, the author discusses “Egoism, Pleasure, and Indifference.” Your assignment is to write about one of the following ethical theories: 1. Ethical egoism 2. Hedonism 3. Stoicism. Your written response is a critical review of the theory, and its application to ethical and unethical behavior in the criminal justice system. Your information must be supported by additional research and written at a graduate level. Your response must include how this theory is applied to the field of criminal justice. Continue reading
There are more media choices available today to ordinary citizens than ever before. In fact, in the United States and in many other nations, citizens are dramatically decreasing the amount of time spent consuming news through traditional media, such as nightly news broadcasts and daily newspapers. Instead, citizens are dramatically increasing the amount of time spent on a vast array of alternative news resources. Therefore, media outlets—whether on television, in print, or on the Internet—need to digest often-complex policy issues into small snippets that can be understood and communicated in a short amount of time.