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1.4596 David Ricardo's Labor Theory.
This is a 6-page paper comparing two principle articles and one minor article with regard to David Ricardo's labor value theory. It contains 3-sources. 6 pgs. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Bibliography: 3 source(s) listed
Filename: 4596 Ricardo's Labor Theory.doc
2.12965 Morality And Ethics--Reality Or Myth.
This is a five-page paper on the topic of ethics and morals of public service. Is this a myth or reality? What do morals and ethics mean? How do they affect public service workers? 5-pages, bibliography lists 5 sources.
Bibliography: 5 source(s) listed
Filename: 12965 Ethics Myth Reality.doc
3.Alternative Work Arrangements.
This is a 9-page paper that outlines the various alternative work arrangement options and identifies their viability.
Bibliography: 11 source(s) listed
Filename: 13600 Alternative Work Arrangements.doc
This paper addresses three views concerning career placement theory.
Bibliography: 1 source(s) listed
Filename: 14026 Holland's Theory - Career.doc
5.Career-Counseling Programs for Pregnant Teenagers.
There was a time in our cultural history when teen pregnancy was something that, socially, simply didn't exist. While thousands of teens have become pregnant every year for centuries, it has only been in the last three decades that teen-pregnancy has been addressed in any kind of open manner by the press, the schools, and our families. Not so very long ago, girls who "got in trouble" were often sent to hospitals or the homes of very distant relatives to have their babies in privacy and give them up for adoption to return later to their lives as they once were. For those who did not have the luxury of being packed away, schools actively prevented them from attending, social circles and venues barred the unwed teen mother, and the rate of married-too-young couples was very high. The unwed mother was a pariah, unable to find work, and most often unable to be wed once the baby arrived; in short, her life was effectively over. Now, however, we as a community have the opportunity to help our pregnant teenage girls achieve a full and rewarding life with few of those antiquated barriers. The problem is that we have few structures developed within our school systems for career and life counseling specifically designed to help this population. The information that follows is a justification for the development of a comprehensive career-counseling program will directly improve the current and future lives of pregnant teenage girls.
6.The Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967.
America, the concepts upon which it is founded, and American business seem, at times, to be very different, independently sovereign nations. The general America is a land of democratic freedom built upon ideals of equality, opportunity, freedom, and independence. American business, on the other hand, is a land of dictatorships, persecution, exclusion, intolerance, crime, discrimination, ruthlessness, manipulation, and hate. In order to reconcile these two very different structures that exist side by side in the American psyche, our government over time has enacted laws that are intended to contain, regulate, and control business. But, businesses are what provide politicians with the bulk of their campaign finances, and as such are not to be trifled with. So, rather than taking on businesses by themselves, politicians band together to present a unified front and, when the find that there are differences between the American ideal and the reality of American business, they enact laws to address that problem. One such act, among many, is the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967. This act, like all others that restrict business' ability to do whatever it wants, has met with stiff resistance from that front. Essentially, the law makes illegal the firing, denial of employment or benefits to any person solely upon the basis of their age. It is the purpose of this paper to explore this Act and to examine it from its inception, application, effect, and the court cases / decisions surrounding it.
Bibliography: 10 source(s) listed
Filename: 14261 The Age Discrimination.doc
7.17096 Various Work Arrangements.
This is a 10-page paper that outlines the various alternative work arrangement options and identifies their viability.