The saddest part of the Illinois mine disaster is that 111 lives have been altered forever in order for the government to be “politically correct” instead of doing what should have be done without even thinking of their own positions and how it would affect them. Considerations should have been taken into account on how the lives of the miners would be affected forever should an explosion took place. There were many that could have prevented the disaster on March 25, 1947. (Illinois Labor History Society, 2012) Scanlan could have taken a more proactive course of action and taken his reports to even a higher level of officials and government. He could not have let it rest that the mine was not safe.
a. Receiving a zero for the course b. Having a college degree revoked after the fact c. Being sued by the author of the plagiarized, original work That's Correct! Almost anything can happen to plagiarists; the outcome is usually very negative. While there is no guarantee of getting caught, plagiarists ultimately hurt themselves by not learning to write skillfully or think independently.
However, the Second Mile stated that they never knew anything about the incident, although this may not be accurate. Curley and Schultz were charged with failing to tell the police, and falsely telling the grand jury that they were never informed them about the incident. McQueary was a graduate assistant at the time and he displayed more good ethics than the organizational leadership of the school. By Curley and Schultz covering up the incident the abuse could continue because no one ever knew of Sandusky’s extreme unethical behaviors. However, McQueary attempted to do what was right by informing his superiors; but that was not enough to stop the abuse.
Conscience Conscience can be defined as that “gut feeling” you have when you know the difference between right and wrong. Some of us have the ability to tell a lie and not feel guilty afterwards, while others can’t handle it and eventually come clean because it is the morally right thing to do. When it comes to our own desires and selfish needs our conscience can often times be manipulated. In Flannery O'Connor's, “A Good Man is Hard to Find” the grandmother showcases her selfishness through a series of events where she lies and manipulates her own family members to get what she wants without ever stopping to think that her actions may not come from the goodness of her heart like she believes. An example of someone who would fess
Overall, I think filling the safety complaints was a great choice and that he did the right thing in doing that. The company violated OSHA and didn't take the complaints seriously. They also violated the employee by not acting on a serious issue. The courts verdict would reflect my job in this case because I would feel as If I didn't protect the employee and that I could of prevented the lawsuit. If I were a human resource manager, I would be ashamed and I would feel like I didn't do my job, and that I just ignored a safety issue that was serious.
Whether Dimmesdale decided to reveal his deep dark hidden secret or not, merely has no significance. As Puritan Society stated, women were more prone to be sinners; the envisioned picture of me was already painted as the corrupter. Is that moral? Would God find this acceptable because the Puritan Society apparently does. If Dimmesdale had came forth, it might have saved him from the mental and physical deterioration but would the Puritan Society had honestly punished him the way I had been?
Courage to speak up and make a stand that they are precious, and to prove their worth. The outcome of the Vincent Chin case was unfair, and so absolutely wrong. The people were not discouraged, but were motivated to march on. Suddenly people who had endured a lifetime of degrading treatment were wondering if their capacity to suffer in silence might no longer be a virtue, when even in death, they could be so disrespected. (Zia, pp.
According to the professional ethic we are the model of our students. Mr. Moore did the opposite, he ignored Joyce wend she asked a question and he said “I see there are no question. Class dismissed” with that attitude increased the cruelty, maltreatment and racism between students. The geometry teacher, Mr. Moore demonstrated his racism and poor values as a teacher by don’t let increased the integration in his class. When he heard the insults against Joyce, he only said “let’s get quiet and make the best of it” it is unacceptable heard a teacher said that.
Ridley states, “exchange is twice blest: it blesseth him that gives and him that takes” (101). Trade is what feeds progress and prosperity. By dehumanizing one group of people, both groups lose the opportunity to grow. The fear of those who are different causes humans to create the idea of us against them. The dehumanization of another group allows unthinkable crimes to be committed; neither party is benefited by this separation.
All the evidence is there and it proves why this tale is one of caution. The story warns the reader that if you were mean and greedy, no one would like you. Also, the book shows how a man like Scrooge would not leave a positive impact on the world. One of the biggest fears in life is to die alone without leaving some sort of positive impact on the earth, or at the very least in one persons life. People should take caution in these facts, so that they can live their lives happily and not obtain the same unfortunate fate as