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  • What Is the Existing Scenario of Rape Laws in India? on What Basis Should It Be Amended to Suit the Present Circumstances?
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  • Indian Social Structure and Values & Ethics in Business
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  • Systems Theory/Continuous Improvement Theory in Education Today
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  • Abortion. Controversial issue in today’s society
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  • ethics and values
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  • Pornography and the Moral Dimensions of Censorship In A Democratic Society
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     College of Business Administration Article Reprints: Carroll, Archie B. The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibility: Toward the Moral Management of Organizational Stakeholders, Business Horizons, July-August 1991 For the better part of 30 years now, corporate executives have...
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  • Moral Character in Higher Education
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  • Youth culture today
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    Learning Through Reflection We learn by experiences that allow us to (Wertenbroch & Nabeth, 2000): Absorb (read, hear, feel) Do (activity) Interact (socialize) In addition, we also learn by reflecting on such experiences (Dewey 1933). Reflection is thinking for an extended period by...
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  • Discuss and describe a moral panic from a social science perspective.
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