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    deer… bounding like blown leaves,” escaping the fire as “the smaller lives… were caught,”(Jeffers 1-3) in the fire. Using metaphor, imagery and paradox, the deer are being compared to “leaves” being “blown” through the air. The comparison of “blow[ing] leaves” illustrates the desperation of the deer scrambling to get away from the fire. Used as a paradox, blowing leaves have a positive connotation, suggesting the peace in nature. But Jeffers uses it to describe the escape of animals from a…

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    The namesake of the play, “Macbeth” is a man who faced a decision between his own personal passion and his moral obligations and duties. The two choices pulled at him and seemed to torment him even after he made a decision. Through the conflict that Macbeth felt because of his decisions, the reader can better empathize with him, and can obtain a more profound lesson from the story concerning decisions between personal passions and moral obligations. Macbeth is not what one would call “perfect.”…

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    The leadership role is a position that has many pro and cons. The main concept about being a leader is to have the knowledge and ability to lead groups in the direction, where the groups desire to go. It is difficult at times to maintain the wants and needs of each member in the groups. There are some members that will disagree with methods that some leaders use. It is understandable that not every member in groups will agree with how the leaders are leading their groups. There are various ways…

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    The dilemma presented is to find an ethical action to the following situation: the issue is whether or not inform your in-laws that an opportunity presented at your work could potentially save their company from bankruptcy. You must also decide whether or not you should ask your workplace to extend the deadline of the public tender to allow your in-laws’ company to submit a proper proposal. Based on the justifications analyzed below, the ethical decision is to inform your in-laws of the public…

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    Discussion 1: “Ethically, What Went Wrong?” Number 2 situation involves a caseworker who is uncomfortable around gay men. The client was in a long-term gay relationship and is devastated by the ending. Due to the client’s past episodes with severe depression in the past. The caseworker attempts to have him evaluated by a therapist, however, in the meantime, begin to weep and threatened to take his life. Car, the caseworker is particularly uncomfortable with the man’s tears and considers its…

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    Ethical dilemmas are quite commonly encountered by social workers during their interactions with clients, agency policies, procedures, colleagues and organizational systems. An ethical dilemma can be described as a predicament where a person must decide between two viable solutions that seem to have similar ethical values (Freud and Krug, 2002). Ethical dilemmas can often be resolved by the social worker by seeking assistance from a supervisor and implementing a professional code of ethics. This…

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    Problem-Based Scenario Resolution Ethics dilemmas in the work place are the most difficult as the ethical awareness to do what is right often conflicts with an individual's desire to maintain their employment in order to provide for themselves and their family. The ability to do what is right requires courage and a personal commitment to ethical behavior, practice, and action despite personal risk. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the standards and codes of American Psychological…

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    There are no elements of writing that can compare to the brutal twists of irony. It is like a torture device used on the characters of a story for our entertainment. In reality, we have no control over the ironic torments life hands to us, and that is why it is so prevalent in fiction. Not only can we control something so elusive, but we can use it strategically to create tales that shock and captivate an audience. This strategic use of irony in story telling can be seen in Flannery O’Conner’s…

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    In the video, Moral Dilemma…what would you do? (Warring, 2013), the situation is presented that I am stranded on a deserted island with the Pope and the world’s best heart surgeon. There are only enough building materials to build a two-man raft. Would I go and take the Pope with me, leaving behind the heart surgeon; go and take the heart surgeon with me, leaving behind the Pope; or stay behind and allow the other two people to go? Using the “ethical decision-making model” (Burkhardt &…

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    Symbol Example from story Importance Act 1: Nature “Look like the innocent flower, but be the serpent under it.”- Lady Macbeth (Act 1 scene 5 line 72-73) “The air nimbly and sweetly recommends itself unto our gentle sense.” - King Duncan (Act 1, Scene 6, Line 1-2) “... heaven’s breath smells wooingly here.” - Banquo (Act 1, Scene 6, Line 6-7) All of these lines compare Macbeth to something in nature. Lady Macbeth’s line says that Macbeth needs to look like a flower but really be a snake deep…

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