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An insightful 5 page look at the development of nuclear power's importance and the key legal issues surrounding its growth during the latter half of the 20th century. Regulatory policies and trends related to cost, environmental concern, etc; are examined as is the influence of public opinion on nuclear power-related policy and how such opinion has changed over the years. Bibliography lists 1 source.
An 8 page research paper that describes ethical and legal issues that are applicable to nursing in an assisted living environment. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
An 11 page paper. Over the last several years, more malpractice lawsuits have been filed naming nurses. This essay discusses the legal issues nurses need to know about, the reasons for which a nurse can be sued, how to avoid lawsuits, and the fact that nurses need to have their own individual malpractice insurance policies. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
A 15 page research paper that, first of all, offers a scenario concerning a specific example of nursing malpractice. Then, the writer addresses the legal issues involved, the topic of nursing malpractice in general, and what should have been done to avoid the possibility of litigation. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
A 7 page research paper that discusses the legal issues associated with penetration testing while also offering a general overview of this rapidly expanding field. Penetration testing is the preferred method for confirming the effectiveness of security measures when designing and implementing computer systems. What distinguishes penetration testing from other sorts of security system review is that it takes the point of view of the criminal who is trying to break into the system. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
6 pages in length. The fundamental nature of Human Services reflects a combination of competency, values, ethics and a core understanding of how the impact of one's words has the ability to completely alter another person's life; with so much power and persuasion, it stands to reason why professionals in this industry have to answer to a higher attribution of values and ethics. Not only must one's personal values stand independent from those that define Human Services, but they must also cohere with those same industry values as a means by which to create a synergistic approach to moral and principled application. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
A 14 page research paper that discusses this film and its implications for HIV discrimination law. First of all, Philadelphia is discussed, pointing out the ways in which it utilizes cinematic techniques to emphasize the messages of its narrative, which dramatize issues of employment law and the injustice of discrimination. Secondly, discrimination against HIV victims and legal trends that have occurred since the premier of this film are summarized. The last part of the paper compares US law to French law. A table of contents is included. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
A 6 page research paper that critically examines the 1993 film Philadelphia, the first major motion picture to depict AIDS. The writer discusses the basic plot of the film, and then the legal issues that form the crux of the film. Then, the writer addresses inconsistencies in the manner in which the courtroom scenes were portrayed. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
A 5 page paper that provides an overview of Philip Howard's book The Death of Common Sense and considers the points made by the author as they reflect the political and legal issues in the United States. No additional sources cited.
This 3 page paper discusses a case of police misconduct and the process and legal issues involved in reporting it. Bibliography lists 3 sources.