Ethical dilemma that is relevant to your chosen emerging industry
1) Choose one ethical dilemma that is relevant to your chosen emerging industry and address how this dilemma is influencing industry emergence and what could be done to address this dilemma in order to increase industry emergence.
2) Identify the locations in the world where companies in your emerging are located and explain why the industry is located in these global locations.
What role has spirituality and/or social supports played in alleviating your stress?
Respond to at least two of your peers by expanding, corroborating, or refuting the ideas ideas expressed in
their post. Remember to refer back to the text when appropriate.Respond to a post that does not have
any responses before responding to a post that has at least one response (this might mean waiting for a peer
was that when regarding a public figure, the person wanting the statement removed must determine either knowledge of or gross neglect of the documents’ validity. Part of the reason this ruling was so important was because set the foundation for multi-faced media coverage of the civil rights movement. Many other news outlets (particularly in the South) had been facing defamation suits by local leaders and police departments because they covered the violence taking place when African-americans peacefully protested. Obviously, this level of brutality and violence against blacks (including women and children) made local leaders and police departments lose some of their credibility and support. This defamation ruling set the precedent for other cases like these, allowing for more accurate coverage of the violence taking place. Our rights currently mean that if you are a public official, you cannot sue for defamation unless you can prove that the person who wrote the article knowingly wrote an inaccurate article or acted in gross negligence. Privacy rights concerning abortion remain a dinner table taboo, a.k.a one of the most controversial political issues today. The landmark case for privacy rights regarding abortion was Roe v. Wade. Roe v. Wade was decided in 1971 by Supreme Court, which identified having an abortion as a right of privacy, which was protected under the Fourteenth Amendment. This ruling gave women nationally full autonomy over their choice to have an abortion during their first trimester. It also gave states some flexibility in determining what is appropriate for the second and third trimesters. Women’s right to have an abortion currently varies state to state, with mandates on when states can ban abortion (before the point where the fetus can exist outside the womb, banning abortion is not constitutional, however, banning abortion after the point of vitality varies state to state and must include exceptions to protect the health of the mother.) In subsequent cases (Planned Parenthood v. Casey 1992 and Whole Women’s Health v. Hellerstadt (2016)) the term “undue burden” was further refined and defined for clarity. Currently, laws that regulate abortion need to be evaluated to see if the new regulation will advance the promotion of public health or further restrict access to abortions.>GET ANSWER