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    When defining the word ethics, I think of it as a moral guideline of what is right and wrong. How do we define what is right and what is wrong is based upon how we were taught and raised. As a person with Chinese background, I believe culture plays a huge role in defining ethics. Born as a Chinese American, I often find it hard for myself to fit into the “Chinese group” while attending at Penn State. Probably because I never had any Chinese friends prior to college. I grew up in a small town in Florida, and I was the only Chinese American in my school. My social group was surrounded by Caucasians, African Americans and Latinos. My social norm and aspects on certain things would be completely different compared to my international Chinese friends.…

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    As most counselling professionals work in teams, this is easier for them to know what to do and also easier in helping them in their work. Morality is often defined as how an individual thinks about what is right and what is wrong and also think weather if what they are about to do is considered good or bad behaviour. Morality is also often drawn from temptation of the individual and also greed for example if an individual were to find a bag of money on the floor, would that individual take it…

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    The terms structure and direction can seem overwhelming and difficult to understand, but when trying to comprehend certain issues, events, or ideas, those terms can help in the distinguishing between right and wrong. Structure and direction can also help in understanding how some things are the way they are and how they got that way. Everyone can have their own ideas of how structure and direction apply to certain issues also, which sometimes allows for disagreement. Using my own interpretation…

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    She starts her week more actions which are wrong in comparison to the right actions. She managed her actions only on day 3 where her right actions were more than the wrongs ones. This is the day when she performs community services where she has to resolve one issue per week for the society in which she lives. This activity is launched through her university where she will present her task so that other university student can get inspiration from her activities. Besides this one day, she acts…

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    the narrative by saying he “wished there existed someone to whom I could say that I was sorry” (239). A true hero never had so many sleepless nights. Throughout the novel, Fowler’s guilt bleeds through. When remembering Pyle, Fowler remarks, “I never knew a man who had better motives for all the trouble he caused” (74). It is hard not to compare Pyle and Fowler here. By Fowler’s own admission, the American’s motives were more admirable than his own. This is what drives Fowler’s guilt; he…

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    Adnan's Testimony

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    The courts got it all wrong; they jailed the wrong man! In 1999, a student at Woodlawn High School was accused of murdering his ex-girlfriend. His name was Adnan Syed; he was accused, tried, and convicted of murdering a fellow student. The body of Hae Min Lee, an eighteen-year-old senior, was found in Leakin Park. When the state wrongly convicted him for Hae Min Lee’s murder, the prosecutors used testimonies from suspects that were inconsistent and they attempted to vilify him to make him out to…

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    for the better. And you can’t do better unless someone points out what you are doing wrong that’s causing drama and problems in your life. I have prayed about it and read about it and I have gained a little balance but it still is a question that comes up for me often. Then I had the pleasure of meeting John the Uber driver. In his previous life he was a social worker who eventually became a social worker with a drinking problem. He put that issue behind him and moved on but he told me as an…

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    Denny's Short Story

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    Denny needed a drink. That’s what he decided. But he thought better of it. Too much was happening to be getting drunk. Yes, it was his vacation—classic drinking time—but even so. He felt like he’d been pretty much cleared by this Detective Washington, but the fact of the matter was that the scumbag who killed Rashida was still out there. And Denny was determined to help find the guy. Then again, he remembered Jimmy Clarke. He didn’t want to end up a fall guy like Jimmy had. Thirty-six months in…

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    marriage. Her sarcastic tone in that line stresses how women have no power at all, and they can only “rise” to power if men give them that power through marriage. Her sarcasm also suggests that marriage will not let them rise to power at all. In fact, they will become even more trapped by their husbands and therefore lose their agency. Similarly, Mary Wollstonecraft’s novel, Maria depicts a woman trapped in marriage with female protagonist Maria being literally unjustly imprisoned by her…

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    Is Wrong To Torture Wrong

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    overlooked by almost all nations. Under the just war theory, once an enemy surrenders, they are not a threat to you anymore. It pretty much implies that it is wrong to torture and mistreat your enemies under almost any circumstance. As we know, many nations do not abide by this. We hear about prisoners being waterboarded, strapped to a mattress frame and electrocuted, and all sorts of horrible things. Hannah Gold from the Washington Speculator interviewed Eric Fair about his memoir about…

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