Project #160861 - Literature, Ethics (5 questions)

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Due By (Pacific Time) 12/15/2016 08:00 pm

I WILL POST THE REFERENCES THAT CAN BE USED, I will also copy and paste information and send to scholar awarded assignment. IT IS A TOTAL OF 5 QUESTIONS: 


Write: Your initial post should be at least 200 words in length. The minimum word count does not include references. In this discussion you will

  • Describe the core conflict represented in the story.
  • Describe the theme of the story.
  • Select three literary elements/techniques in the story and describe them.
  • Explain how the elements/techniques illustrate the theme and conflict expressed in the story.
  • Incorporate readings found in Chapters 4 through 7 to help illustrate the points you make.


Write: Your initial post should be at least 200 words in length. The minimum word count does not include references.

As you write your post, answer the following questions:


  • Identify the character and the literary work he or she appears in.
  • Why did this character interest you? What choices does the character make, and how do the choices (or the result of the choices) contribute to the theme of the story?
  • What kind of conflict (internal/external) did this character encounter, and how did he or she handle it?
  • How does the setting contribute to the character’s development?
  • How does the setting contribute to the character’s experience and give the story more meaning?
  • Incorporate readings found in Chapters 4 through 7 to help illustrate the points you make.

References for questions 1 and 2:

Clugston, R. W. (2014). Journey into literature (2nd ed.) [Electronic version]. Retrieved from


Business and Society (Minimum of 150 words)

Regulation of Business


  • Explain the rationale for government regulations on businesses in your own words.  
  • Identify a federal or state regulation that you support or oppose.  
  • Explain your support or opposition to the regulation.

References for question 3:

Corporate Governance
A Global View of Corporate Governance: One Size Doesn’t Fit All

Government Regulation of Businesses
Does government regulation really kill jobs? Economists say overall effect minimal.

Regulation of Business – Good or Bad?
President Barack Obama ordered a review of U.S. regulations, both old and new, in a push to blunt criticism from Republicans and businesses that excessive government is hindering economic growth.


Read Consider: What’s in a Name of an Ethics Code? in Chapter 9, then answer these following questions from the text:

  • How does the title of a company’s ethics document affect your attitude about the content? Is one title more attractive than another?
  • What is the overall message that the title of the code of conduct conveys? Does it reflect the purpose of the document to provide employee guidance on expected conduct?
  • Propose creative titles for ethics codes for a pharmaceutical company and a restaurant. (Gonzalez-Padron, 2015).
  • Look for two other company ethics documents and share the titles of their ethics documents (consider your own organization or one that you are familiar with for this question). 


Code of Conduct in Medical Tourism

Medical Tourism has become a growing industry, especially in developing countries. Research the topic of medical tourism and reflect on the ethics related to this industry.  Develop a code of conduct for medical tourism.


 References for 4 and 5:

Gonzalez-Padron, T. (2015). Business ethics and social responsibility for managers [Electronic version]. Retrieved from


Consider: What’s in a Name of an Ethics Code?

The document that summarizes the company’s ethical and legal standards can go by many names, including:

    • Code of conduct;

    • Code of ethics;

    • Code of business conduct;

    • Code of ethical and legal standards;

    • Ethics guide;

    • Code of employee conduct; or

    • Standards of professional and business conduct.

The title of the document can create a brand for the company’s ethics and compliance. The content becomes relevant to the workforce when the code ties the ethics and compliance program to the company’s mission or business strategy. The title can make that connection and serve as a theme throughout the document. Consider these titles for company code of conduct documents:


    • Setting Our Sights High (Bausch & Lomb Incorporated);

    • Follow the Right Road (The Auto Club Group); and

  • Inside the Lines (Nike).


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