Now, Alex and I must evaluate alternative solutions and measure the impacts of the solutions. Alternative Solutions NFP could bring skilled labor from the United States and press that culture on the native people of Kava. This would either create change in Kava’s culture or alienate the people as a whole. NFP could ignore the natural disasters and locate itself in a well populated area in attempt to generate more business. This would make NFP more susceptible to the natural disasters that have tormented certain parts of the island.
Consider, for example, the controversial issue of abortion. Individuals with particular religious beliefs tend to view laws allowing mothers an abortion choice as unjust, while individuals with other value systems might view such laws as just. Similarly, some people might find some laws unjust because of their personal interests. For example, law that limits the emission of harmful substances from the factories protects people from the harmful hazards of these things. However, a factory might find this law unjust, as he has to install expensive filters to dispose of the harmful gases and chemicals from its waste.
Advertisement, commonly viewed as a way to promote a product, is more than what it seems. In the present day, critics view advertisements as a propaganda that guides the audience the wrong direction. Mr. Schrank suggest that some people who watch advertisements are vulnerable to the “ad’s attacks.”(Doc. E) However, I disagree, advertisements are informative to our daily lives; without them our world would probably fall apart. They do just more than promote a product; an advertisement helps wage for jobs, educate people, and also explains how to make our lives better.
Steroids: the Nasty Controversy In today’s society people want to be their best and get there by any means necessary. People want to find the shortest and easiest way to make it to the top. People who choose to use steroids and HGH for reasons other than appropriate medical treatments fail to recognize that they not only damage themselves but they also damage the sport by cheapening any victories they claim. Some human beings out in the world believe that the use of steroids and HGH in sports is a good thing. They are wrong!!!
One of the most ethical controversial issues being debated now in United States is whether late- term abortion should be banned or not. Most people argued that it is proper to ban late-term abortion. They believe that it is un-ethical and a murder of an unborn child not a right of freedom of choice. It is an immoral act and violates the social and religious norms. On the other hand some people argued that late-term abortion should not be banned because it is necessary to terminate a fetus when the life of the woman is in danger as a result of complicated pregnancy; or when pregnancy result from incest or rape and the woman may be late in finding out that she is pregnant.
Senator Barbara Boxer United States Senate Washington DC, 20510 Dear Senator Boxer, Hi, I am Marissa and I am a student at Warren high school and I strongly believe that reproductive cloning is wrong. I am against reproductive cloning because it can lead to an end of our humanity. Human beings are so unique and to copy an individual is devaluing to the original creation of a human. We are not a product to be reproduced we are imperfectly divine creations that need to remain with those expectations of humanity. Reproductive cloning in my beliefs is just not morally right.
Legalization of Steroids Steroid use by athletes has been a controversial issue for some time. Others argue that the usage is totally wrong and it is against the morals and the rules of the games. Steroids do help performance of athletes, but they do have some side effects. A real athlete should work his/her way with hard work and the correct training to build that endurance and strength needed. As society merges from day to day and norms get more in percentage there are many things that are corrupting the American society.
The affirmative action laws should be abolished because of the negative effects they create such as discriminating against the more qualified and undermining the qualifications of the applicants in the minority groups. Even revisions to the affirmative action laws to benefit everyone involved with applying for a job or to a university would liberate the negative aspects accompanied with the issue. If not revised or abolished the affirmative action laws will continue to provide acceptance to under qualified candidates in replacement of deserving well accomplished individuals. Some states are beginning to recognize the negative aspects of affirmative action laws. Recently, “A U.S. appeals court upheld California's ban on the use of affirmative action in university admissions on Monday, reaffirming that public schools cannot base admission on race, gender or ethnicity” (Levine 2012).
So the question rises, why are performance enhancing drugs not legalized? Various forms of performance enhancement drugs have been utilized for centuries and yet it is still illegal for professional athletes to use these pharmaceuticals (Richard I.G. Holt 84). These drugs should remain illegal, it is an unfair advantage against other athletes constituting it as simple as cheating (Dillingham 91) and most importantly these actions have an effect not only on their bodies but also all of the sport fanatics. Dillingham states that steroids are a form of cheating creating an unfair advantage to those who take them breaking the social contract athletes have implicitly agreed to: We are going to have a fair contest (Dillingham 91).
On the other hand if the Paralympic athletes were nearly blind and nothing could be done to enhance their sight they would be at a serious disadvantage compared to able bodied athletes. If there was a set of strict guidelines that determined what prosthetics Paralympic athletes could use and strict groupings a mix of able and non-able bodied athletes could work but it would be very hard and would need revisiting often due to advances in technology. Therefore I think it would be more practical to continue with the separation of able bodied and non-able bodied athletes. Some people might say that it is unfair for disabled people to be separated from everyone else but I believe that if they really believe that they should run a separate sporting event that accommodates all athletes together and then they will realise how hard it is to organise a massive event like the Olympics. In conclusion I think that the Paralympic and Olympic games should not be combined as it would not be fair on any of the athletes who are against others with better equitment to replace limbs or for example only seeing a quarter of the amount of stuff the others can