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   Q1: Review your required reading, especially Goodson’s (2017) Exercise 35 (at

  
Q1: Review your required reading, especially Goodson’s (2017) Exercise 35 (attached), and the APA publication manual (2019) (Not attached – it’s online), and think about your experiences in writing your introduction and literature review from RES 7011 (attached). 
1. Discuss the strategies (successful and unsuccessful) you can use to organize and write your paper (attached – RES 7011). 
2. What new APA guidelines have you learned? 
3. What are some ways to be more precise – and concise – in your scientific writing?
Q2: What ideas do you have for how you may test any research questions based on the paper (RES 7011) attached?
Everything is minimum 400 words and max 500

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   Q1: Review your required reading, especially Goodson’s (2017) Exercise 35 (at

  
Q1: Review your required reading, especially Goodson’s (2017) Exercise 35 (attached), and the APA publication manual (2019) (Not attached – it’s online), and think about your experiences in writing your introduction and literature review from RES 7011 (attached). 
1. Discuss the strategies (successful and unsuccessful) you can use to organize and write your paper (attached – RES 7011). 
2. What new APA guidelines have you learned? 
3. What are some ways to be more precise – and concise – in your scientific writing?
Q2: What ideas do you have for how you may test any research questions based on the paper (RES 7011) attached?
Everything is minimum 400 words and max 500

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1. What obligations or duties do we have, if any, to animals? First, state and d

1. What obligations or duties do we have, if any, to animals? First, state and defend your position on this issue. Next, compare and contrast objections from philosophers such as Kant and Singer who may disagree with your point of view. 
2. In one animal rights campaign years ago, there was a glossy poster with a beautiful female model wearing a mink coat, with blood dramatically dripping from the coat. Would you have supported the campaign poster? Why or why not, based on the ethical perspectives discussed in the course. 

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Reflect back for a moment to the beginning of this course. What did you think et

Reflect back for a moment to the beginning of this course. What did you think ethics was all about? Has your work in the course changed your perspective on ethics? Has your thinking changed?

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   1. What set of personal ethical principles you live by and how you formed the

  
1. What set of personal ethical principles you live by and how you formed them
2. How your ethical reasoning skills have been transformed, if at all, by your establishing a personal set of ethical principles to live by
3. Real-life experience where you have appliedyour set of ethical principles to make sound judgments when confronted with moral dilemmas
4. Whether or not  the study of ethics and morality has value or is necessary to live the “good life,” and why?
5. In addition, it should be at least two typed pages and contain the following:            

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. The Book of Job (Bible) on the one hand, and Camus and Sartre on the other, re

. The Book of Job (Bible) on the one hand, and Camus and Sartre on the other, reflect a stark contrast in attitude towards God and organized religion. Having said that, how might the two contrasting attitudes be reflected in their respective approaches to the following areas:
A. Meaning/Meaninglessness of Life
B. Moral Responsibility
C. Human Freedom
2. How would you connect human freedom and moral decision making?  If religious or non-religious views influence decision making, what would you say would be the relationship between theses religious or non-religious views on human freedom?
3. Defend your understanding of the meaning of life as the right one using any of theories discussed in this course. Your answer should also include examples from real life experience.
4. Evaluate another classmate’s post defense of the right life to live by explaining whether or not you agree or disagree with their position and why.  

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 Do you think life has meaning? From your perspective, how do you define a meani

 Do you think life has meaning? From your perspective, how do you define a meaningful or meaningless life? Is your life headed in one or the other direction – towards meaningfulness or meaninglessness? Are you content with the way it is going? Does life with or without meaning affect our moral decision-making? Why or why not?
2. An old guru once asked, “Is man the hunter or the hunted?” How would you answer that, in terms of freedom or the lack of it vis-à-vis making moral decisions in life?

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. Which of the two readings seemed to resonate more with your own experience or

. Which of the two readings seemed to resonate more with your own experience or gut feelings – English’s or Yutang’s? Why? There are subtle social/cultural presuppositions that we may be unaware of that influence our ethical decision making. It is philosophy that forces us to question those presuppositions—that is living the examined life, so that we can become aware of what cultural influences and presuppositions are behind our ethical decision making, e.g. on family relationships, the treatment of animals, etc.”  Would you agree or disagree with this generalization? Explain your answer fully.
2. Where would you prefer to retire in the U.S. or in Asia based on what you know from the articles about how the elderly are treated in each culture? Use examples and quotations from the articles to support your answer.
3. In what way do you think pop culture television shows like Family Guy, The Simpsons, or South Park either erodes or strengthens family values? Explain your answer.

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What is your gut reaction, if any, to Singer’s depiction of the treatment of vea

What is your gut reaction, if any, to Singer’s depiction of the treatment of veal calves and chickens on the modern industrialized farm? Did his article change your attitude toward the treatment of animals? Why or why not?
2. How would Kant’s ethical perspective on the moral status of animals compare or contrast with Singer’s? Explain how their ethical perspectives may determine how animals should be treated? Which one do you tend to favor and why?
3. Evaluate and debate a classmate’s post that opposes your view on the treatment of animals. Defend your position well using arguments from Kant and Singer, and/or from personal experiences.
4.  Is there validity to the claim that “if you are a consumer of animal meat products, you are partially responsible for the horrible treatment of animals”? If yes, what are some possible ways for such consumers to stop being “party to the crime” aside from simply boycotting meat products or turning vegetarian? If no, explain why you think there is no validity to this claim.
5.  Give an argument for vegetarianism using any of ethical theories discussed up to this point in the course.

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Q1: A) Describe your topic of your paper from RES 7011 (attached).  B) After rev

Q1:
A) Describe your topic of your paper from RES 7011 (attached). 
B) After reviewing McGregor (2018), particularly tables 8.2 and 8.3, and using Goodson exercise 31, craft five (6)  purpose statements (e.g., “the purpose/goal of the current study is to …”). Try to have at least 3 qualitatively phrased and another  3 quantitatively phrased.
Q2: After reviewing McGregor (2018), particularly tables 8.2 and 8.3, write at least four possible empirical research questions that would follow each of your research proposal statements. Try to have some using qualitative language and others using quantitative language – and identify which is which and why.
Please analyze the questions here and come up with answers, that fully answers all the questions in the prompt.  
This will likely be about 400 words. Students are encouraged to include personal experiences and reflections within the scholarly posts.
Use Pyrczak, F., & Tcherni-Buzzeo, M. (2019). Evaluating research in Academic journals: A practical guide to realistic evaluation. Routledge. as well. 
ATTACHED
1) My article from RES 7011 (Note the topic, this was asked in the question)
2) McGregor (2018)