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    responsibility and duty. Duty is something one is “obligated to do.” Responsibility is described as doing something one “feels is necessary,” as well as “having capacity for moral decisions and therefore accountable” (Webster’s Dictionary). The theme of responsibility and duty transcends the shallow meaning of the words themselves; it illustrates the internal driving force behind nearly every character’s motives and decisions throughout the throughout the play The absolute essence of the word duty is personified by Jonas and the other guards. The guards represent duty to its fullest extent. Anouilh makes sure to note that…

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    Duty Of Care Case Study

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    Issue 1: Duty of Care The first issue involved in Michelle and Rebecca case is, did Michelle the defendant owe the plaintiff Rebecca duty of care under law of tort when Michelle offered Rebecca a ride home when she was drunk. Duty of care is referred to the legal responsibility which is compulsory to any individual that requires the reasonable care when performing any act that could direct or indirectly harm others. An essential element of duty of care is foreseeability. Rule 1 In relation…

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    to believe that a negligence action has occurred and that it was due to the fault of someone else instead of believing it to be accidental. Negligence is a part of tort law, which consists of three essentials that need to be proven by the plaintiff in order to be successful in a negligence case. Duty of care, standard of care and sufficient connection in law are the three essentials that are needed in a negligence action case, which the concept was described by Lord Wright in Lochgelly Iron and…

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    It would be reasonable for Roland and Belle to accept G Shepherd & Co’s and David’s advice .In Shaddock v Paramatta City Council ,the High court held that the duty of care extends to the supply of information as well as advice. Therefore, G Shepherd & Co and David do owe a duty of care in relation to the statements made to Roland and Belle. Breach of that duty of care: An objective test is applied in assessing whether G Shepherd & Co and David has met the standard of care expected of a…

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    Call of Duty began its saga with Call of Duty 1. The most famous one is Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. Call of Duty 4 came out in November of 2007, and it was the most popular Call of Duty that ever existed. The design of this CoD was unbelievably amazing, the company who made it, Infinity ward, got millions, even billions of dollars for it. (www.eurogamer.net, 2014) The best thing people liked about Call of Duty 4 was the multiplayer, which allows you the ability to play online with players…

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    Call of Duty Research Call of Duty was a video game created by Infinity Ward to oppose EA's Medal of Honor in 2003. The Original Call of Duty was set in World War II, Call of Duty expanded the focus to capture a starling sense of global conflict putting you in the worn war-boots of American, British and Russian soldiers. Call of Duty was reviewed by critics and both its multiplayer and campaign set a solid basis for a video game series that would become one of the most successful…

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    Rulli and Millum (2014) makes a point to include the sports car example demonstrating people’s way of thinking. The majority believe the agent has a moral duty to sacrifice his sports car to save the child. Even though, the agent endures a greater personal cost that is outweighed by his moral duty to the child. With this in mind, the agent may not believe the damage to the sports car is worth the risk to save the child, as a consequence, he may not feel morally obligated to do so. Thenceforth,…

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    Problem Analysis - Administrative Team As an executive assistant (EA) for a very large, global technology company, one of the most significant issues the group faces is an inconsistency in job duty execution. EAs have standard job duties as well as job duties that are unique to the department in which they are assigned. As EAs, we all share the same job title, yet we are individual contributors rather than part of a team or function. Because EAs are ranked and rated against one another, those…

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    repeated that with time comes grace. This maxim does well to describe the reflections found in “Those Winter Sundays” by the author, Robert Hayden. In a recollection, assumedly decades later, Hayden speaks of his father’s morning activity on a winter Sunday. In a wistful, ashamed tone, he recalls his father waking up before dawn, and chopping wood to warm the house. He makes sure the rooms are warmed, and polishes his son’s shoes for him. Concerning these labors of love, the son shows…

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    Jeremy Bentham Court Case

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    that by assuming the role of Captain, Dudley had a responsibility to crew and his crew had a responsibility to any civilians aboard meaning that the Captain has duty to preserve the lives of his crew over the preservation of his own life. Therefore, Dudley violated the moral duties of a Captain by taking the life he was charged to care for. The argument in defense of the verdict is one based on Jeremy Bentham’s principal of utility, meaning that the Royal Court could not excuse the acts of…

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