Honor Essays (Examples)

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Foxtrot Phone Scandal

Pages: 6 (1877 words) Sources: 6 Document Type:Case Study Document #:53518196

… of the eight firms that constitute the Corps of Cadets. Cadets in this class at the academy are committed to the values of honor and dedication to duty. The ethical dilemma in this scandal will be analyzed and appropriate course of action developed to address it.
General …
Students
Honest and incorruptible
Friends
Friends – me
Students
Honest and incorruptible
First-year cadets
First-year cadets – U.S. Coast Guard Academy
Students
Honest, honor and devotion to duty
Members of the upper classes
Members of Upper Classes – U.S. Coast Guard Academy
Students
Honest, honor and devotion to duty
Cadets from other company areas
Cadets from other company areas – Foxtrot Company
Students
Work in other company areas
… devotion to duty
Cadets from other company areas
Cadets from other company areas – Foxtrot Company
Students
Work in other company areas
Honest, honor and devotion to duty
Ailing Roommate
Ailing roommate……

References

References

Cooper, T.L. (2012). The responsible administrator: An approach to ethics for the administrative role (6th ed.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

European Ombudsman. (2012, November 15). Ensuring Ethics in Public Administration: The Role of the Ombudsman. Retrieved June 7, 2020, from  https://www.ombudsman.europa.eu/en/speech/en/49379 

Kapstein, M. (2015). The Battle for Business Ethics: A Struggle Theory. Journal of Business Ethics, 144, 343-361.

Ondrova, D. (2017). Challenges of Modern Public Administration and Ethical Decision-Making. RAP, 3, 255-279.

Singh, A.K. & Mishra, N.K. (2018). Ethical Theory & Business – A Study Based on Utilitarianism and Kantianism. International Journal of Humanities and Social Development Research, 2(1), 97-113.

Stein, C. (2019, January 25). Ethical Considerations in Public Administration. PA Times. Retrieved June 7, 2020, from https://patimes.org/ethical-considerations-in-public-administration/

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Discrimination Or Prejudice

Pages: 6 (1812 words) Sources: 5 Document Type:Term Paper Document #:91802606

… is not surprising that people should want power and privilege. Privilege today has taken on a negative connotation, but privilege is really an honor. For example, I was privileged to be able to work at that café and be able to serve others. It was an honor to do so and I was honored by being seen as one who could be trusted to do the job well. I dishonored myself when I violated my privilege and treated customers with disrespect and discrimination. I was taught not to envy people, and I think … to see, however, people who have been privileged to abuse that privilege. I think that is where the whole problem lies. When we honor our roles in life and treat others with respect, we show the world that we are honorable. It is when we lose sight of that honor that discrimination and prejudice can……

References

References

Barajas, H. L., & Ronnkvist, A. (2007). Racialized Space: Framing Latino and Latina Experience in Public Schools. Teachers College Record, 109(6), 1517-1538.

Flores, J., & Garcia, S. (2009). Latina testimonios: A reflexive, critical analysis of a ‘Latina space’at a predominantly White campus. Race Ethnicity and Education, 12(2), 155-172.

McCabe, J. (2009). Racial and gender microaggressions on a predominantly-White campus: Experiences of Black, Latina/o and White undergraduates. Race, Gender & Class, 133-151.

Zamudio, M. M., & Lichter, M. I. (2008). Bad attitudes and good soldiers: Soft skills as a code for tractability in the hiring of immigrant Latina/os over native Blacks in the hotel industry. Social Problems, 55(4), 573-589.

Warren, C. S. (2014). Body area dissatisfaction in white, black and Latina female college students in the USA: an examination of racially salient appearance areas and ethnic identity. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 37(3), 537-556.

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Principles Of Organization From Early Christianity Applied To Management

Pages: 6 (1911 words) Sources: 6 Document Type:Essay Document #:30570271

… communities. It also shows how these communities had clear leaders and how the morale of the communities was supported through the celebration and honoring of the martyrs, whose relics were preserved in shrines. The paper then explains how these principles can be applied to an organization today.
… Sacrifice of the Holy Mass could be offered (Brown, 1981).
The faith was especially important in facilitating the organization of these communities…[break]…identified and honored with respect, while at the same time the leaders have to implement a type of leadership style that follows in the servant leadership ……

References

References

Brown, P. (1981). The Cult of the Saints: Its Rise and Function in Latin Christianity. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Daft, R. L. (2013). Organization theory & design. Mason, OH: South-Western Cengage Learning.

De Vries, M. F. K. (1998). Charisma in action: The transformational abilities of Virgin\\\\\\'s Richard Branson and ABB\\\\\\'s Percy Barnevik. Organizational Dynamics, 26(3), 7-21.

Henry, M. (n.d.). Acts 4 Matthew Henry\\\\\\'s Commentary. Retrieved from  http://biblehub.com/commentaries/mhc/acts/4.htm 

Kotter, J. P. (2012). Accelerate! Harvard Business Review, 90(11), 44–58.

Price, J. (2012). Structured to Flourish: Organization Design Lessons from the Early Church. Journal of Strategic Leadership, 4, 42-47.

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Comparing Irans Military And Culture To The U S Military And Culture

Pages: 8 (2313 words) Sources: 10 Document Type:Essay Document #:35757446

… and mandates military service for its men. In the U.S., the military is something separate and distinct from civilian life—soldiers are respected and honored for their courage and sacrifice and regarded as heroes for defending the nation; but in Iran, military service is mandatory and there is … trained in skills and knowledge and given jobs in the military and they are given food and shelter and expected to serve with honor. When they are transitioned back to civilian life in Iran it is not a big deal or a big change because there is … based on the need to wage war and to defend their countries, but they differ in terms of capabilities and implementation. The U.S. honors its military service men and women because service is not mandatory and thus those who serve are more respected. In Iran, men must … is not mandatory and thus……

References

References

Adams, G., & Murray, S. (Eds.). (2014). Mission creep: the militarization of US foreign policy?. Georgetown University Press.

Butler, S. (2003). War is a Racket. LA: Feral House.

Chambers, J. (2003). To Raise an Army: The Draft Comes to Modern America. New York: The Free Press.

Forsling, C. (2017). The military has a toxic leadership problem. Retrieved from  https://taskandpurpose.com/military-toxic-leadership-problem 

Jacobson, M. (2008). Sanctions against Iran: A promising struggle. Washington Quarterly, 31(3), 69-88.

Ouellet, E. (n.d.). New directions in military sociology.

Reuters. (2019). Senior Iranian military adviser threatens broad response to any U.S. move. Retrieved from  https://www.reuters.com/article/us-saudi-aramco-iran-guards/senior-iranian-military-adviser-threatens-broad-response-to-any-u-s-move-idUSKBN1W50WG 

Snow, R., & Wynn, S. T. (2018). Managing Opioid Use Disorder and Co-Occurring Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Among Veterans. Journal of psychosocial nursing and mental health services, 56(6), 36-42.

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Othello As A Tragic Hero

Pages: 7 (1956 words) Sources: 7 Document Type:Essay Document #:25327293

… the dog in him has done: to kill the dog he has to kill himself, hoping that in this action some semblance of honor can be restored. It is this insight—this knowledge of his own criminal actions that completes the tragic course of the play. It is ……

References

References

Bates, C. (1997) ‘Shakespeare’s Tragedies of Love’, Cambridge Companion to Shakespearean Tragedy, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Bradley, A. (1951). Shakespearean Tragedy: Lectures on Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth. London: Macmillan.

Hallstead, R. N. (1968). Idolatrous Love: A New Approach to Othello. Shakespeare Quarterly, 19(2), 107-124.

Johnson, G. & Arp, T. (2018). Perrine’s Literature. Boston, MA: Cengage.

Kirsch, A. (1978). The Polarization of Erotic Love in ‘Othello’. The Modern Language Review, 73(4), 721-740.

Schaper, E. (1968). Aristotle's catharsis and aesthetic pleasure. The Philosophical Quarterly (1950-), 18(71), 131-143.

Shakespeare, W. (n.d.). The tragedy of Othello, Moor of Venice. Retrieved from  http://shakespeare.mit.edu/othello/full.html 

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Healthcare Professionals Undergoin Ethics Training

Pages: 2 (723 words) Sources: 2 Document Type:Essay Document #:91819783

… any laws as they are doing so (Fiske et al., 2020). A patient can request a doctor to kill him or her. However, honoring the patient's request would be contrary to the law. Therefore, the healthcare professional should first adhere to the law before they undertake such … the law. Therefore, the healthcare professional should first adhere to the law before they undertake such a request. Patient’s rights should also be honored as the patient has a right to accept or refuse treatment. In case a patient denies treatment, a healthcare professional cannot force the ……

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References

Fiske, A., Tigard, D., Müller, R., Haddadin, S., Buyx, A., & McLennan, S. (2020). Embedded ethics could help implement the pipeline model framework for machine learning healthcare applications. The American Journal of Bioethics, 20(11), 32-35.

Manson, L. (2018). Ethical Integrated Healthcare Training to Deliver Integrated Care (pp. 213-224). New York, NY: Springer.

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Maslow S Hierarchy Of Needs Model And Its Application In Human Resources

Pages: 12 (3607 words) Sources: 9 Document Type:Research Paper Document #:83319615

...Honor

How to Use Employee Referrals to Increase Workforce but Still be Able to Maintain Diversity within an Organization
Table of Contents
Introduction 2
Research Findings 3
Theoretical Framework 4
Findings of Literature Research 6
Case 8
Conclusion 11
Bibliography 12
Introduction
As Frank (2018) points out, over 33% of all US employees obtained their job with their current organization by way of referral from another employee there. Although employee referrals are an easy, fast and often tempting way to staff positions, the risk is that doing so can lead to a less diverse workplace, with 40% of all referrals tending to be white men (Payscale, 2018). The central question is: How can HR use employee referrals to increase the workforce but still be able to maintain diversity within the organization? The solution is to consider closely the source of the referral. Different relationships between the referring source and the referral……

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Bibliography

Bussin, M., & Christos, D. (2018). Blind hiring not as crazy as it sounds. HR Future,  2018(Sep 2018), 36-39.

CBS News (2017). Retrieved from  http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/meet-bozoma-saint-john-the-woman-tasked-with-fixing-ubers-image/ 

Eisenhardt, K. M. (1989). Agency theory: An assessment and review. Academy of management review, 14(1), 57-74.

Frank, L. (2018). How to Use Employee Referrals Without Giving Up Workplace Diversity. Retrieved from  https://hbr.org/2018/03/how-to-use-employee-referrals-without-giving-up-workplace-diversity 

Jensen, M., & Meckling, W. (1976) Theory of the firm: Man- agerial behavior, agency costs, and ownership structure. Journal of Financial Economics, 3, 305-360.

Larcker, D. F., & Tayan, B. (2017). Governance Gone Wild: Epic Misbehavior at Uber Technologies. Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University Closer Look Series: Topics, Issues and Controversies in Corporate Governance No. CGRP-70, 18-3.

Payscale. (2018). Retrieved from  https://www.payscale.com/data/job-referral s

ProActive Solutions. (2020). Agency theory. Retrieved from http://knowledgegrab.com/learners-zone/study-support/performance-management-review/framework-introduction-to-hrm/agency-theory/

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Israel And Palestine A Problem Of Two Cultures

Pages: 8 (2387 words) Sources: 2 Document Type:Creative Writing Document #:95223232

… to the marginalized of society” (Keum 5). We in the West have a great deal of privilege. We should see it as an honor to be so privileged because it is an opportunity for us to do a great deal for others who are suffering. Just as ……

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Works Cited

Keum, Jooseop, ed. Together towards life: Mission and evangelism in changing landscapes: With a practical guide. World Council of Churches Publications, 2013.

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Peace Efforts Of The American Friends Committee War Relief USA

Pages: 5 (1635 words) Sources: 5 Document Type:Research Paper Document #:43488948

… kill one another. Thus, the Quaker-led AFSC was a reminder to the world that it could do better—and that is why it was honored by the Nobel Committee.
The AFSC is a global social justice association with a mission that has its foundation in the moral philosophy ……

References

References.

Franklin, S. (2020). American Friends Service Committee. Retrieved from  https://www.mtsu.edu/first-amendment/article/1167/american-friends-service-committee 

Frost, J. W. (1992). " Our Deeds Carry Our Message": The Early History of the American Friends Service Committee. Quaker History, 81(1), 1-51.

Ingle, H.L., (2016). "Truly Radical, Non-violent, Friendly Approaches": Challenges to the American Friends Service Committee. Quaker History 105(1), 1-21. DOI:10.1353/qkh.2016.0004.

Mechling, E. W., & Mechling, J. (1992). Hot pacifism and cold war: The American friends service committee's witness for peace in 1950s America. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 78(2), 173-196.

The Nobel Prize. (2020). American Friends Service Committee. Retrieved from  https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/peace/1947/friends-committee/facts/ 

Weir, A. (2014). Against Our Better Judgment. IN: CreateSpace.

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Army Organization Analysis Equal Opportunity Program

Pages: 5 (1483 words) Sources: 5 Document Type:Research Paper Document #:96709465

...Honor Equal Opportunity Program
In the spirit of, and in service to the Army’s mission and vision, the Equal Opportunity Program exists “to ensure fair treatment for military personnel, family members and civilians without regard to race, color, gender, religion, age, disability or national origin,” (United States Army, 2014, p. 1). Because of the destructive power of discrimination on organizational culture, the Equal Opportunity Program ensures the fulfillment of organizational objectives via the creation of a sustainable, effective environment in which personnel flourish and contribute to departmental missions and goals. The Equal Opportunity Program includes several components, such as training, classes, materials, the establishment of a special harassment hotline, and procedures for reporting and prosecuting violations of ethical or behavioral codes related to equal opportunity comportment.
The reasons behind the Equal Opportunity Program are expressly stated on the Army’s website and include an admission and embrace of the heterogeneity of its……

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References

“The Army Values,” (n.d.). Retrieved from:  https://www.army.mil/values/ 

Daft, R. L. (2016). Organization Theory & Design (12th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning.

Morgan, G. (2006). Images of organization. Sage Publications, Inc

Schein, E. H. (1992). Organizational Culture and Leadership. 2nd ed. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers.

United States Army (2014). Army equal opportunity program. Retrieved from:  https://www.army.mil/standto/archive_2014-03-21/ 

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