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Discuss the history of social security, its effectiveness at inception compared to the present, and the future of Social Security

Discuss the history of social security, its effectiveness at inception compared to the present, and the future of Social Security. In addition, apply your knowledge and opinion to this question:  Would you try to ensure the future of Social Security?  If yes, what approach would you take and why? If no, what would you implement in its place, how, and why?

Compare and contrast the ways volunteers and professionals may deliver social services. In what ways might they have conflicting purposes?

Compare and contrast the ways volunteers and professionals may deliver social services. In what ways might they have conflicting purposes? Why? Do you believe that social workers should be closely supervised, as most are, having less autonomy, or be more autonomous and less closely supervised? Why? Explain your answer with evidence from your readings to support your answer. Choose a current issue that impacts social work today. How will this issue impact the future of social work?

Describe freedom in relationship to personal rights and ethical standards and obligations

Write a 1,400- to 1,750-word paper in which you analyze the social contract theory of John Locke and how the values identified are consistent with the criminal justice system and private security settings. Do these values and principles apply to both venues?

Summarize the major differences of the social contract theories.

What are the key principles associated with Locke’s social contract theory? How are these principle inculcated in the U.S. Bill of Rights? How do the principles play out in the criminal justice system and security settings? Describe freedom in relationship to personal rights and ethical standards and obligations.

MUST BE APA FORMAT, DON’T OFFER UNLESS YOU ARE FAMILIAR WITH APA. I WILL GIVE YOU A LOW GRADE IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO MEET THIS REQUIREMENT.

What are the key principles associated with Locke’s social contract theory?

Write a 1,400- to 1,750-word paper in which you analyze the social contract theory of John Locke and how the values identified are consistent with the criminal justice system and private security settings. Do these values and principles apply to both venues?

Summarize the major differences of the social contract theories.

What are the key principles associated with Locke’s social contract theory? How are these principle inculcated in the U.S. Bill of Rights? How do the principles play out in the criminal justice system and security settings? Describe freedom in relationship to personal rights and ethical standards and obligations.

MUST BE APA FORMAT, DON’T OFFER UNLESS YOU ARE FAMILIAR WITH APA. I WILL GIVE YOU A LOW GRADE IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO MEET THIS REQUIREMENT.

analyze the social contract theory of John Locke and how the values identified are consistent with the criminal justice system and private security settings. Do these values and principles apply to both venues?

Write a 1,400- to 1,750-word paper in which you analyze the social contract theory of John Locke and how the values identified are consistent with the criminal justice system and private security settings. Do these values and principles apply to both venues?

Summarize the major differences of the social contract theories.

What are the key principles associated with Locke’s social contract theory? How are these principle inculcated in the U.S. Bill of Rights? How do the principles play out in the criminal justice system and security settings? Describe freedom in relationship to personal rights and ethical standards and obligations.

MUST BE APA FORMAT, DON’T OFFER UNLESS YOU ARE FAMILIAR WITH APA. I WILL GIVE YOU A LOW GRADE IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO MEET THIS REQUIREMENT.

Is there any moral difference between applying genetic engineering technologies to humans and applying them to animals and plants? What role should governments play in making policies regarding ethical issues?

In the article by Leon Kass, “Preventing a Brave New World,” the author argues for a worldwide ban on all forms of human cloning. Do you agree with the author’s arguments? Could we realistically allow therapeutic cloning but ban human cloning? What are the ethical questions raised by cloning? Is there any moral difference between applying genetic engineering technologies to humans and applying them to animals and plants? What role should governments play in making policies regarding ethical issues?

Could we realistically allow therapeutic cloning but ban human cloning? What are the ethical questions raised by cloning?

In the article by Leon Kass, “Preventing a Brave New World,” the author argues for a worldwide ban on all forms of human cloning. Do you agree with the author’s arguments? Could we realistically allow therapeutic cloning but ban human cloning? What are the ethical questions raised by cloning? Is there any moral difference between applying genetic engineering technologies to humans and applying them to animals and plants? What role should governments play in making policies regarding ethical issues?