Using human research ethics I need you to advise researchers and other stakehold

Using human research ethics I need you to advise researchers and other stakeholders about how to do research ethically when that research involves Native American people.
This is not an “open topic” paper, but rather one in which you are being given a defined question/problem to address, written to a specific audience. In addition, rather than doing all your research independently, most of your sources will be pre-selected for you, giving you more time to read and think critically about how you want to use those materials. You will, however, have the opportunity to find one additional source based on your own interests and ideas and provide a complete annotation on that article.
Imagine that, in the wake of ongoing concerns about health inequities for Indigenous people and other communities of color in Minnesota, a task force consisting of researchers, disease advocacy groups, representatives from the eleven recognized Indian reservations and communities in Minnesota, and other stakeholders have asked you—an expert on doing genomic research that involves members of populations such as American Indian tribes—to write a ten-page report in which you explain what researchers and subjects ought to know about the ethical challenges of research that involves Native Americans, as well as what people—researchers, subjects, regulators, community organizations, and others—ought to do.
You realize that this is a complicated question, but please take a look at the scandal surrounding the Havasupai diabetes project and use that knowledge to explain the ethical challenges involved when doing research with Indigenous people, as well as ideas that others have proposed for how it can be done ethically.
Preselected Sources
Ross, Lainie Friedman et al. 2010. “Human Subjects Protections in Community-Engaged Research: A Research Ethics Framework.”
Garrison, Nanibaa’. 2012. “Genomic Justice for Native Americans: Impact of the Havasupai Case on Genetic Research.”
Pacheco, Christina M., et al. 2013. “Moving Forward: Breaking the Cycle of Mistrust Between American Indians and Researchers.”
Sanchini, Virginia, et al. 2016. “A Trust-Based Pact in Research Biobanks. From Theory to Practice.

 

 

The first 3 assignments are short reading summaries follwing these instructions:

The first 3 assignments are short reading summaries follwing these instructions:
Reading Summaries should be a minimum of 250 words and a maximum of 500 words (approximately 1-2 pages in standard formatting)
All reading summaries must follow standard formatting requirements. (That is, standard margins, font size, and paragraph spacing is observed. Students cannot manipulate font size, margins, and paragraph spacing to meet length requirements.)
Reading Summaries require that you read a primary source selection from the end of each chapter, then write a short summary that identifies the thesis and outlines the main argument. Reading summaries are not about your opinion or perspective – they are expository essays that explain the content of the reading. All reading summaries must include substantive content based on the students reading of the material.
When writing Reading Summaries, you may not quote the author without proper citations. In other words, if you use the exact words of the original author (copy-paste) you MUST do a proper citation. Similarly, if you use any other website (such as Wikipedia, Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, etc.) you must cite the source. Failure to cite sources properly is in violation of Student Rights and Responsibilities Manual which may result in grade penalties. When in doubt, quote/cite your sources. All quotes, references, and ideas lifted from any source – including internet sources MUST be properly cited in MLA/APA format.
All reading summaries must be thoroughly proof-read and checked for spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Students should write in professional, academic prose and use only appropriate language. Spelling and grammar count towards your grade in every assignment.
You can find the readings for each summary in the document called “Reading Summaries”.
The 4th assignment is a small essay with these instructions:
1. Same rules apply as above except it will be between 350-500 words. The topic will be in the document called “Essay Discussion”.

 

 

Assignment 6: Science & Policy PDF Presentation (with five Annotated bibliograph

Assignment 6: Science & Policy PDF Presentation (with five Annotated bibliographies). 20%
Topic/Issue: Choose your own topic based on a real world, complex, interdisciplinary science/technology issue. You will use your skill set developed in this course to generate this presentation by analyzing, synthesizing, and evaluating your subject matter. According to our course goals: you should employ integrative thinking and draw on the multi-disciplinary nature of STS to substantively interact with this complex issue.
The presentation should have two basic sections:
First, focus on explaining the science/technology issue to a general audience;
Then, explain what public policy, industry, or citizens can do to address the issue.
Format: You should use approximately 10 to 12 slides to accomplish this presentation. Save the PowerPoint presentation in a PDF format with one
slide per page. You do not have to record your voice over the presentation, PDF only. See specific instructions and notes on Blackboard before you
submit.
*Note on Audience Analysis:
Write this presentation to a general audience. Assume your reader has no background knowledge in this scientific area of interest. Explain all
concepts! Write as if you were a high school teacher explaining an idea to students who have never read this topic before. Or, assume you are a
science writer journalist for a local newspaper who must communicate a scientific idea and its impact to a general readership. Define and explain all
jargon!
Some General Topic Area Examples:
Each of the examples below represent a General Topic. After you choose a general topic area, then narrow your focus to a much more specific thesis. For example, if you choose “Prescription Drugs & FDA,” then choose one specific drug for a specific treatment.
• The examples below have, or should have, a public policy component: • Vaccinations
• Global Climate Change
• Global or local environmental issues
• Prescription Drugs & FDA • Nuclear Energy
• Nuclear Arms
• Organic Foods
• Genetically-modified foods • Disease and Public Health • Energy
• Animal Testing
• Gene Cloning
• Cell Phone Radiation
• Electromagnetic Radiation

 

 

name of book: Doing Ethics Moral Reasoning, Theory, and Contemporary Issues SIX

name of book:
Doing Ethics
Moral Reasoning, Theory, and Contemporary Issues
SIXTH EDITION
After reading all of Chapter 3, please utilize the ideas, concepts, and information in the chapter to answer the following question in 250-500 words:
If moral reasoning is largely about providing good reasons for moral claims, where do feelings enter the picture? Is it possible to present a logical argument that you feel strongly about? If so, provide an example of such an argument.
Write a short, objective summary of 250-500 words which summarizes the main ideas being put forward by the author in this selection. Your summary should include no direct quotations from any author. Instead, summarize in your own words, and include a citation to the original. Format your Reading Summary assignment according to either MLA or APA formatting standards, and attach as either a .doc, .docx, or .rtf filetype. Other filetypes, or assignments that are merely copy/pasted into the box will be returned ungraded

 

 

You will have the option of identifying an ethics-related problem or issue and c

You will have the option of identifying an ethics-related problem or issue and creating a short video that describes the ethical dilemma, relates it to the module concepts and provides insights, recommendations, and/or solutions that address the issues. State the facts of the ethical dilemma and relate your opinion, grounded in critical thinking and ethical theory. Discuss how your real-world issue relates to the concepts studied in this module and ethical theories.
This week’s VLOG should address ethical issues related to global justice, globalization and/or violence and war.

 

 

Directions: After reading the short article, “Wells Fargo Fake Account Scandal,”

Directions: After reading the short article, “Wells Fargo Fake Account Scandal,” in the link below, complete the 5-question Worksheet that shows you have an understanding of the Fraud Triangle. DO NOT do any additional research. Answer directly and concisely. Simply download the worksheet, complete it, save it to your computer, and upload it here. Each question is worth 10 points for a total of 50 points.
Link to article:
http://progressivereform.org/our-work/consumer-protection/civjustice_wellsfargo/

 

 

One of the overarching themes from this second half of the semester has been the

One of the overarching themes from this second half of the semester has been the “Tragedy of the Commons”.
In your own words, describe what is meant by the phrase “tragedy of the commons”
Select TWO of the environmental ethic principles listed below. Explain the ethical dilemma(s) associated with your selections and describe how the tragedy of commons as defined in your answer above supports and infringes upon these principles.
Environmental justice
Intrinsic value
Preservation/restoration
Resource rights

 

 

Section 1 – Paragraph – Summary (150 words minimum) Research a reliable article

Section 1 – Paragraph – Summary (150 words minimum)
Research a reliable article regarding an incident that occurred within the last six months and contains an ethical issue. Be sure to review the Research Help materials. Look for good ethical conduct as well as bad. Bad ethical conduct is always easier to find since it is not the norm.
Summarize the article. Use your own words. Do not use quotations. Paraphrase the information, and provide in-text citation(s) with page number(s), where appropriate. In the Works Cited, be sure to include your article, properly formatted including its title, date of publication, and link.
Section 2 – Main Ethical Issue (one sentence in bold print)
State the main ethical/moral issue in question format:
Should ______? or What should ______? For example, Should Jack report Jill for stealing the computer?
Be impartial. Avoid any bias; do not express your own personal opinion; do not use the words, “I think” or “I feel.” For example, proper format – Should Jack report Jill for stealing the computer? Improper format – Should Jack be a good person and report Jill for stealing the computer?
Write just one issue, not two; so, do not use the word “or.” For example. proper format – Should Jack report Jill for stealing the computer? Improper format – Should Jack report Jill for stealing the computer or should Jack keep quiet so he does not get on Jill’s bad side?
Section 3 – Paragraph Reaction (approximately 100 words minimum)
Reflect upon this assignment, the identification of the main ethical issue. Discuss how this knowledge can or has helped you in your life and/or your career?
Use the Dropbox Grading Criteria to help guide your completion of this assignment.
Note: If you are new to submitting to a Dropbox in MyCourses, review the tutorial: Submit to a Dropbox

 

 

You have now written four (4) case analyses. You will develop ONE final essay in

You have now written four (4) case analyses. You will develop ONE final essay in connection with the topic you choose from below. In other words, pick one of the topics you wrote a case analysis on below and make it into an essay. The important part is that you use the components of your case analysis to rewrite, enhance and develop your thoughts on the matter so as to include greater depth into the philosophers and ethical theories you are presenting! You must answer all parts of the question to receive credit. Your final essay needs to be at least 1000-1200 words in length, should be polished and carefully composed work, so you need to include an introduction and conclusion and any quotations or paraphrases must be appropriately cited. In addition, it is important to think of this essay as a development of your previous work — you won’t merely copy over that previous work, and then add an introduction and a conclusion. Instead, you will want to engage into further reflections and review, to revise and expand the case analysis you’ve chosen for this final essay.
Case
Consider Bob. Bob was raised by wolves (literally – don’t ask me how). Although his IQ would probably be normal, there is no way to test it, since Bob doesn’t speak or read any human language. One day, Bob emerged from the wilderness and ended up Downtown — the snazzy part of the city. He was hungry (presumably) so he “found” some food in the normal wolf way: he stalked a mother walking her baby and, deciding it was easiest to prey on the weaker, killed and ate the baby. There’s no question that Bob is “guilty” of the crime. He did it and there were lots of witnesses. What punishment should Bob get?