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  • Levels Of Professional Deception

    Keywords: Deception, Lying, Prevalence, Professionals Introduction: How deceptive are the professionals in some of the highest level jobs in our society? This paper examines levels of deception among lawyers, doctors, and business people. This research stems from Professional Deception: Examining Perceptions of Deception in Law, Medicine, and Business, by Klein et. al. (2015), which examined the perceived levels of deception among the general population of these three professions. To add to this research, we focused on actual levels of deception, and determined if general population perceptions were similar. Prior studies have shown that all three of these professions utilize some sort of deception to varying degrees. Business professionals…

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  • Student Affairs Professionals

    “Skill Development Among Student Affairs Professionals” is an article written by Darby M. Roberts about self-evaluation by three different Student Affairs professional levels about skills within the Student Affairs profession. The three skill levels are new professionals, mid- managers, and senior student affairs officers. New professionals worked full time in Student Affairs for 0- 5 years. Mid- managers are defined as individual who reports directly to the CSAO (chief student affairs officer)…

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  • Professional Athletes

    these athletes get full rides to big time schools to play college sports. Like professional sports, when collegiate athletes get in trouble with the law, it too ends up on the front page of many websites and newspapers around the country. The big question of this whole analysis is what makes many of these athletes turn to crime even with all of there success on the field and the love they receive off it? I believe you must look back to where these athletes came from. Many of these athletes grew…

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  • The Role And Roles Of The Criminal Justice Professional

    CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROFESSIONAL Criminal justice professional field is wide with differing responsibilities and roles allocated by position and the level of an officer in the criminal justice department. These criminal justice professionals assume/play a key part in guaranteeing law and order to the citizens. This paper outlines the key individual and societal needs that necessitate the roles and responsibilities of a criminal justice professional and their role in serving these needs. Societal…

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  • The HCPC Requirements For Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

    HCPC requirements for continuing professional development (CPD) and seek to explain the benefits of CPD. The benefits for health professionals, patients and the diagnostic radiography profession may not always be aligned. The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) set the standard for continuing professional development (CPD) in the UK. The HCPC were created safeguard the public by regulating and making health professionals accountable through a register. They monitor standards for initial…

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  • Masculinity In Professional Wrestling

    Shally and Katz express struggles common to men such as good vs. evil, power vs. submissiveness, and work vs. ownership. Gender, like race and class, is a part of professional wrestling. Professional wrestling leaves little surprise that boys to act act masculine. As Katz says, “we get a very traditional and very conservative version of masculinity represented as an ideal of physical strength, the ability to control and scare other people, to intimidate, and especially to not back away from…

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  • Professional Athletes Essay

    problem in the world, but one especially hears a lot about professional athlete committing crimes. Professional athletes are idolized more than people realize. Professional athletes are influential leaders that need to be disciplined by following codes of morals and ethics. If they do not follow the standards, than other people who want to be like them are looking up to someone who is making poor choices. If “many people get inspired by athletes,” than they should be expected to follow rules…

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  • Professional Wrestling Essay

    Between the Ropes: Exploring the World of Professional Wrestling Introduction It is not a secret that professional wrestling is like a theatrical play, but it does not diminish its spectacle, melodrama, and theatrical aspects. If people know professional wrestling is not really a sport, then: What is professional wrestling and why is it so interesting to its fans? How is gender, race, and class characterized in and formed by professional wrestling? In which methods does professional wrestling…

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  • Professional Athletes: Are They Paid?

    Professional athletes are some of the most famous people in our country, and on top of that, they get payed a lot too. From NBA superstars like Lebron James to NFL superstars like Peyton Manning, they are idolized by many. People pay lots of money to watch them and spend lots of their time watching them as well. The question is -- are they paid and idolized too much? The answer is no, they are not. They are important to American culture, they worked extremely hard to get where they are, and they…

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  • Raleigh Based Professional Kendall Jones Case Study

    Raleigh Based Professional Kendall Jones is an Effective Communicator Proper workplace communication has been integral to Kendall Jones ' success in Raleigh, North Carolina. His ability to communicate effectively is a trait that Jones comes by naturally, but he has also nurtured this characteristic over the last quarter of a century. It does not matter if you are the manager or the employee, everyone from the highest paid position to the lowest needs to have good communication skills. Without…

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