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  1. Thinking Ethically - Markkula Center for Applied ... - scu.edu

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    Aug 01, 2015 · Moral issues greet us each morning in the newspaper, confront us in the memos on our desks, nag us from our children's soccer fields, and bid us good night on the evening news. We are bombarded daily with questions about the justice of our foreign policy, the morality of medical technologies that ...

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    At Southern Cross University your future matters to us. Find a study area that suits you, explore our courses by location, study online, research degrees.

  3. Expanding the Role of Ethics in Legal Education - Markkula ...

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    Jan 17, 2002 · Expanding the Role of Ethics in Legal Education Deborah Rhode From an Ethics at Noon presentation given at Santa Clara University on Jan. 17, 2002, part of the 2001-2002 Markkula Ethics Center Lecture Series.

  4. law.scu.edu/wp-content/uploads/womenandlaw/Bus...

    Warren doesn’t have any money so Cargill makes an agreement to help them out—Cargill would loan money to Warren, and then when Warren made money, the money would be deposited with Cargill. Warren had to get Cargill’s permission before doing many things (sell/purchase stocks, making repairs worth over $5000, or become liable on debts).

  5. How the SAT Creates Built-in-Headwinds: An Educational and ...

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    HOW THE SAT CREATES "BUILT-IN HEADWINDS": AN EDUCATIONAL AND LEGAL ANALYSIS OF DISPARATE IMPACT William C. Kidder* & Jay Rosner** With the end of affirmative action, it is more apparent than ever

    • Cited by: 14
    • Publish Year: 2002
    • Author: William C. Kidder, Jay Rosner
  6. Bridging the Digital Divide in Public Participation: The ...

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    communities with a more effective voice in the planning process. However, when ICT is used as a tool to build stronger neighborhood social networks, it can catalyze public participation in planning. The use of ICT as a community-building tool requires a combination of network infrastructure, hardware and software, according to the literature.

    • Author: C. J. Gabbe
    • Publish Year: 2006
  7. Networking | Santa Clara Law - Santa Clara University

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    Networking is an important part of the legal profession and something that all attorneys, whether they like it or not, must do as part of their careers. In addition to looking for job leads, networking is many things: talking to friends of friends, joining a club or organization because you have an interest in something and meeting other people ...

  8. Bauer Business Ethics - Bauer College of Business

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    Morality - the basic rules Author: Robert Solomon Reprinted in Perspectives in Business Ethics by Laura P. Hartman Publisher Boston : McGraw-Hill, c2002. Edition 2nd ed. Available through the UH library. Profitable Ethical Programs Author: Jason Lunday Reprinted in Perspectives in Business Ethics by Laura P. Hartman Publisher Boston : McGraw ...

  9. The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults: Its Potential ...

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    are “the most effective manifestation of the Council’s communion ecclesiology as well as the most potent vehicles of the Church’s much needed renewal.”68 BEC members have to understand that faith has to be lived communally as well as personally in an integrated and balanced way. But there are always BEC members who join community activities

    • Author: Bento F. Tamang
    • Publish Year: 2019