Read the Stennis, Purnell, Perkins, & Fischle (2015) article. Discuss the relevance of cultural humility, sensitivity and/or other cultural competencies to conducting social work research. Explain how you would integrate these concepts into research design, implementation and dissemination.
Case Study on John reuniting with his family Introduction: The purpose of this case study is to evaluate real life incidents analyze the consequences are and how serious they are. At the same time, look for other alternatives that lead us to a possible decision that morally acceptable according to ethics. Narrative Story: We all heard about Cubans emigrating to this country. John emigrated from Cuba a few years ago, leaving his family behind to look to freedom and better economy. As soon as he arrived in the US , John started working very hard with extended hours for couple of years until he was able to save some money with the main purpose to bring his family to the US. With time, John saves enough money for down-payment to buy a used great condition bote. His idea was to drive to bote to Cuba and bring his family safe in a short period of time Analysis: What does John want? John wants to bring his family to the US What are the possible consequences of John’s actions? He may get arrested by US Coastguard. 70% He can get arrested by the Cuban’s Government 40% John puts his family in big danger 80% They may all die 30% Large monthly bills to pay for the boat and insurance regardless of what happens to it 90% According to ethics rules more than 50% to other is considered Major Evil which means unethical. Other Alternatives – Bring his family requesting VISA: This alternative does not work for John because the process will take at least 14 years, his parents were old. The family in Cuba could built a raft in Cuba and try on their own, so they request asylum by wet feet , dry feet policy: This alternative would not work either because in Cuba the people doesn’t have the possibilities to built a good raft. Conclusion: Even though alternatives do not meet the objective, the consequences are greater than 50% major evil which is considered unethical.
-Topic: Compare and contrast Mill and Kant’s views on a) what the fundamental good is b) why. Which is more convincing, and why?
-What are the differences between their arguments? Do they share conclusions or premises with each other, or do they disagree on all points? Where they differ from each other, which of them is more convincing, and why? If neither of them is fully convincing, why is this? Is there a third view that is better than either of the authors, and if so, what is it and why is it better? (you – the writer – can chose to support which ever author you want, as I don’t know or haven’t read about either of them)
-The essay has to be at least 1000 words without the works cited or notes.
-Underneath, I put a couple of papers by Mill and Kant you can use and cite in the essay (mandatory as it was
As manager, you discover that your multinational firm’s products are counterfeited by small family firms that employ child labor in rural Bangladesh. You are aware of the corporate plan to phase out these products soon. You also realize that once you report to the authorities, these firms will be shut down, employees will be out of work, and families and children will be starving. How would you proceed?
Your former high school buddy invites you to join an entrepreneurial start-up that specializes in cracking the codes of protection software, which protect CDs, VCDs, and DVDs from being copied. He has developed the pioneering technology and lined up financing. The worldwide demand for this technology appears to be enormous. He offers you the job of CEO and 10% of the equity of the firm. How would you respond to his propositions?