Citations with the tag: ETHICS
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- Quickie Quiz.
// Cincinnati; Feb2003, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p136
Presents quiz related to morality & sex in Cincinnati, Ohio published in the February 2003 issue of the journal 'Cincinnati.' Theater featuring strippers such as Rita Hayworth; Information on adult bookstores in Hamilton County; Anti-pornography crusade in Cincinnati.
- It's October--Don't Get Caught By The HOEPA Goblin.
Iverson, Katherine // Credit Union Journal; 10/7/2002, Vol. 6 Issue 40, p6
Focuses on the possible effect of the Home Ownership and Equity Protection Act (HOEPA) amendments on the credit unions in the U.S. Decrease in rate-based trigger for first-lien loans of HOEPA; Problem for credit unions due to single premium credit insurance; Necessity for providing...
- What's important to me?
Iverson, Katherine // Career World; Nov/Dec95, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p32
Underscores the importance of ethics and values as standards or guiding principles that are most important for an individual. Sources; Influence of ethics and values; Things that many people value; Exercises regarding ethics and values.
- Needs not rights.
Neumann, Michael // Canadian Journal of Philosophy; Sep92, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p353
Argues for a utilitarian ethics based on a needs basis. Sketches of a need-based system; Problems in a utilitarian ethical system; Problems with an absolutist ethical system.
- A riddle regarding omissions.
Haji, Ishtiyaque // Canadian Journal of Philosophy; Dec92, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p485
Assesses John Martin Fischer's asymmetry principle. Fischer's association of responsibility with control; Actual causal and regulative control; Distinction between actual-and alternative-sequence necessitation; Responsibility-undermining conditions.
- Schiller's critique of Kant's moral psychology: Reconciling practical reason and an ethics of virtue
Gauthier, Jeffrey A. // Canadian Journal of Philosophy; Dec97, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p513
Analyzes Friedrich Schiller's critique of philosopher Immanuel Kant's account of moral psychology, while applying them to the context of a broader project of reconciling Kantianism and ethics of virtue. Discussion of virtue and grace associated with Kant's moral philosophy.
- What is moral, and how do we know it?
Wilson, James Q. // Commentary; Jun93, Vol. 95 Issue 6, p37
Opinion. Argues that people are naturally endowed with moral sentiments. Discovering universal dispositions of human nature; Notion of commitment in man's moral sense; Acknowledging that there is no single moral principle but several partially consistent ones; Comparison of mankind's moral...
- An A-B-C-D-E worksheet for promoting beneficence when...
Sileo, Frank J.; Kopala, Mary // Counseling & Values; Jan1993, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p89
Focuses on an A-B-C-D-E worksheet which was prepared to promote beneficence when considering ethical issues. Components of the worksheet derived from ethical principles and ethical decision-making models; Complex process of resolving ethical dilemmas.
- What's wrong with bending the rules?
Barnhill, Carla // Campus Life; Jan1997, Vol. 55 Issue 6, p26
Focuses on bending the rules. Bend or break; Discussion of character, morals and sin; Being good example to others.
- Dominion over the earth.
Moran, G. // Commonweal; 12/4/87, Vol. 114 Issue 21, p697
Among ordinary people there is a slow but steady change to a belief that ethics includes all creatures. Any big change among professional ethicists is not yet discernible. Concern with nonhuman animals does not of itself guarantee a new ethical stance, but ignoring the issue suggests we are...
- Ethics & Aging in southern California.
Walters, J.W. // Hastings Center Report; Mar/Apr91, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p2
Details the Ethics and Aging Project, which was sponsored by the Ethics Center at Loma Linda University. Funding by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities; Allocation of health care resources; Four aspects of the project; Identifiable points of consensus including: reasonable...
- Bioethics on trial.
Caplan, A.L. // Hastings Center Report; Mar/Apr91, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p19
Discusses the author's decision to testify in a court case after his many pronouncements that ethicists do not belong in courtrooms. Why he decided to testify at the trial of Dr. Jack Kevorkian in an Oakland County, Michigan District Court; Use of the `suicide machine'; Details; More.
- The hospital ethics committee.
Blake, D.C. // Hastings Center Report; Jan/Feb92, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p6
Contends that in a morally fragmented society there is no good reason for ethics committees to assume any particular point of view. However, failure to do so compromises their ability to function in either a case-review or an educational capacity. Gives reasons why a casuist methodology might...
- Are you ready for your bioethics boards?
Shaw, A. // Hastings Center Report; Jan/Feb92, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p23
Presents a sample quiz consisting of multiple choice questions designed to gauge fluency with issues related to bioethics. The author of the test contends that this exam can help to ascertain the readiness of potential ethicists.
- Where ethics comes from and what to do about it.
Elliott, Carl // Hastings Center Report; Jul/Aug92, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p28
Argues that the practical difficulty with applying ethical theories to particular problems is that instead of paying attention to theories when they make moral decisions, people are guided by their ethical beliefs, which are primarily the result of cultural factors beyond their reach--factors...
- Where do moral decisions come from?
Crigger, Bette-Jane // Hastings Center Report; Jan/Feb96, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p33
Discusses the character, purpose and quality of ethical theory. Sociability and moral sentiment; Moral ideals and the self; Metaphors used in reasoning; Uprightness and the moral life; Aims of moral theory; Origin of moral decisions.
- Moral maturity.
Levin, Joel // Health Matrix: Journal of Law-Medicine; Summer96, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p219
Ponders issues associated with the starting points of arguments about public morality. Concerns on empowerment in making the right decisions; Determination of the obscene and artistic; Public morality questions of contemporary times; Bridging of the hiatus between sovereignty and moral reasoning.
- Ethics in a plain manilla envelope.
Holland, William R. // Industry Week/IW; 3/18/96, Vol. 245 Issue 6, p20
Provides guidelines on business ethics. How to respect other people; How to conduct yourself when doing business; Admission of mistakes.
- Study finding presents ethical questions on labeling blood by race.
Holland, William R. // Jet; 11/12/90, Vol. 79 Issue 5, p17
Examines the ethical questions raised after a study in the New England Journal of Medicine reported that knowing the race of a blood donor could prevent adverse reactions in a recipient. Comments by hematologist Dr. Samuel Charache.
- Revolutionary writing, moral philosophy, and universal benevolence in the eighteenth century.
Radcliffe, Evan // Journal of the History of Ideas; Apr-Jun93, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p221
Traces disputes by 18th century British moral philosophers on universal benevolence that were later to be taken up in the debates on the French Revolution. Advocates Shaftesbury, Francis Hutcheson, Jonathan Edwards, and Thomas Holcroft; Opponents David Hume, Adam Smith, and Edmund Burke; Virtue...
- How are we to live?
Baird, Vanessa // New Internationalist; Apr97, Issue 289, p7
Discusses several ethical issues that confronts life in the twentieth century. Post-Modern skepticism; Decline in religion; Collapse of the nuclear family; Corruption in public life; Juvenile delinquency; Sexual morality; Guidelines on how to live ethically.
- What's your ethics?
Baird, Vanessa // New Internationalist; Apr97, Issue 289, p11
Presents a list of questions on several ethical issues. Confidentiality; Work; Property; Giving; Schooling; Deception; Crime; Leisure; Environment; Sexuality.
- Born to be good?
Kitzinger, Celia // New Internationalist; Apr97, Issue 289, p15
Examines the psychology of morality in consideration of the person's motivation to be good, bad or indifferent toward others. Experiment on empathy that can result in genuine altruism; Offer to help other people; Motivation of people to behave by reasoned moral principles; Cognitive-development...
- Lofty ideas...or just hot air?
Kitzinger, Celia // New Internationalist; Apr97, Issue 289, p18
Presents several international ethical stances. Includes Greek; Chinese ethics; Hinduism; Judeo-Christianity; Islam; Mayan ethics; Humanism; Utilitarianism; Deontologism or duty ethics; Marxism and Post-Marxism; Gandhism; Existentialism; Post-modernism; Social ethics; Female ethics;...
- Moral minority.
Kitzinger, Celia // New Statesman & Society; 8/28/92, Vol. 5 Issue 217, Supplement pii
Reprints an article by Ray Gosling in the April 18, 1963 issue of `New Society.' Shares the reflections of teenagers about morality and their new-found freedoms. Sex; Abortion; Prostitution; Suicide; Thoughts on the meanings of family, authority, public property and more.
- Calling all young artists.
Kitzinger, Celia // Outdoor Life; Aug93, Vol. 192 Issue 2, p14
Announces the Izaak Walton League of America's (ILWA) Outdoor Ethics Poster Competition. Helping promote outdoor ethics; Prizes; Contact information.
- Above reproach
Martin, Sandra // Planning; Oct1989, Vol. 55 Issue 10, p18
No abstract available.
- Ethics inquiries.
Martin, Sandra // Public Management (00333611); Apr98, Vol. 80 Issue 4, p3
Answers inquiries on issues relevant to ethics. Properness of offering exclusive merchandising rights in cities; Recommendations for a city manager on implementing privatization programs.
- A comparative anatomy of urban social conflict.
Sharp, Elaine B. // Political Research Quarterly; June97, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p261
Explores the local government's roles in `culture wars,' morals-based controversies. Types of controversial issues; Three roles which were highlighted for analysis; Study of social movements and local political entrepreneurs; Comparative analysis of cases of cultural war.
Sharp, Elaine B. // Quill; Sep93, Vol. 81 Issue 7, p16
No abstract available.
- Ethics tops agenda.
Sharp, Elaine B. // Quill; Apr98, Vol. 86 Issue 3, p46
Announces an ethics program which is co-sponsored by five Ohio chapters. When the program was formed; Identification of the panelists; Details on the co-sponsors.
- Natural law in the positive laws: A legislative or adjudicative issue?
Hittinger, Russell // Review of Politics; Winter93, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p5
Discusses debates over natural law. Existence of natural law; Thomas Aquinas' theory; Complete validity of positive laws apart from their moral specifications; Constitution's allocation of responsibility to make natural justice effective; Judicial uses of natural law theory; Controversy over...
- Backsliding born-agains.
Hittinger, Russell // Christian Century; 10/31/90, Vol. 107 Issue 31, p990
Report on a Roper poll indicating slips in moral behavior for born-again Christians. Drunk driving, illegal drugs, adultery.
- After liberation, what?
Williams, D.S. // Christian Century; 10/31/90, Vol. 107 Issue 31, p993
Reflects on the need for ethical principles that foster justice and honesty. Liberation struggle of the oppressed; Breaking the oppressed-becomes-oppressor cycle.
- Dinosaur ethics.
Marty, M.E. // Christian Century; 5/15/91, Vol. 108 Issue 17, p575
Opinion. Considers the parallel between objects that become obsolete and ethical positions that are abandoned over the course of time.
- The year in ethics.
Marty, M.E. // Reporter; Dec97, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p34
Provides information on the Joint Ethics Regulation (`JER' DoD 5500.7-R). Information on items for the use, reproduction or adaptation to aid you in making your ethics year a success.
- A daunting task.
Kavanaugh, John F. // America; 1/18/1997, Vol. 176 Issue 2, p16
Comments on ethical issues in society. Moral convictions of people based on personal judgment; Pervasiveness of relativism and individualism in society; Debate over the real value of a person; Problems about persons.
- The decay of morality.
Kreyche, G.F. // USA Today Magazine; May92, Vol. 120 Issue 2564, p98
Mourns the passing of modesty, decorum, and wholesomeness. Examples of how morality has decayed in today's society; Negative consequences for Americans and their children; Author's conclusion that without a true family setting, there is no teaching of moral rules and guidelines.
- Hello again.
Kemper, V.; Aber, J.D. // Common Cause Magazine; Mar/Apr91, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p12
Covers a new `revolving door' ethics law that requires retiring members of Congress to wait a year before becoming lobbyists. Lists several former members-turned-lobbyists such as Fernand St. Germain (D-R.I.), former chairman of the House BankingCommittee; Former Rep. Don Bonker (D-Wash.),...
- What makes an act good?
Carlin Jr., D.R. // Commonweal; 9/14/90, Vol. 117 Issue 15, p477
Contrasts consequentialism with the ethic of intentions in deciding the rightness or wrongness of an action.
- I think you should be responsible.
Marino, Gordon D. // Commonweal; 2/12/93, Vol. 120 Issue 3, p13
Discusses the harm in the idea many people hold which says that everyone, no matter what their circumstances, should take responsibility for themselves and their situations. How our lives are shaped by many contingencies; Importance of how we respond to the choices we have; Implications that...
- Why ethics?.
Daigneault, Michael G. // Association Management; Sep97, Vol. 49 Issue 9, p28
Provides information on the definition of ethic programs in organizations. Detailed information on seven questions that should be asked before beginning an ethics initiative; Listing of the five imperatives. INSETS: Find out what and why.;The seven questions.;Key ethics program components..
- Are women really more ethical than men? Maybe it depends on the situation.
Hoffman, James J. // Journal of Managerial Issues; Spring98, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p60
Questions whether or not women are more ethical than men. Effect and influence of gender on ethical decision making; Factors affecting response toward ethical dilemmas; Discussion of Situational Dynamics theory.
- The reality of the moral self.
Thomas, Laurence // Monist; Jan93, Vol. 76 Issue 1, p3
Discusses the metaphysics of the moral self, the way in which the self is morally constituted. Ethical egoism; Kantian ethics; `In A Different Voice' by Carol Gilligan; Abortion and women's conception of themselves; A pregnant woman's moral responsibility; Different moral frameworks for men and...
- Ethical reflectionism.
Audi, Robert // Monist; Jul93, Vol. 76 Issue 3, p295
Describes the theoretical framework of ethical reflectionism. Ethical intuitionism; Intuitions, intuitionism and self-evidence; Reflections as a basis for moral judgments.
- The Bing ethics test.
Bing, S. // Esquire; May89, Vol. 111 Issue 5, p68
Presents a test for those who wish to ascertain where on the ethical scale they lie.
- Match your pension plan to your corporate culture.
Frazee, Valerie // Personnel Journal; Dec95, Vol. 74 Issue 12, p110
Presents answers to questions on ethical decisions.
- Clergy lives: Portraits from modern fiction.
Wind, J.P. // Christian Century; 9/4/91, Vol. 108 Issue 25, p805
Considers the merits of American fiction as an unconventional source for ethics. Rare moments of truth that lead clergy to bold outcry and disruptive action; J.F. Powers' different view of ministerial reality; Fiction of John Updike; Why clergy ethics is of great interest beyond the walls of...
- `Ethics `93' and the Freeman Affair.
Thomas, Clara // Journal of Canadian Studies; Winter92/93, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p199
Addresses the topic of ethics and truth in the National Research Council's (NRC) symposium `Ethics `93' which was the forum for a discussion of the `Freeman Affair.' Professor Gordon Freeman's `sociological' article; Attack on women academics, working women and feminism in general; Protest from...
- Developing statements of ethical practice.
Thomas, Clara // Journal of Developmental Education; Spring98, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p38
Presents a listing of some guidelines used in the development of statements of ethical practice.