Connections Between Ethics and Morality

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Connections Between Ethics and Molarity

While ethics and morality seems to be different in meaning, they are highly connected in application because both of them pertains to the values related to the actions of an individual. Both of them relate to ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ conduct (Outterson, Selinger & Whyte, 2012). In this case, individuals’ principles regarding what is right and wrong are based on the rules provided by an external source such as code of conduct at workplaces or in a religion. This implies than an individual cannot design principles to follow without rules provided by an external source. The external source therefore becomes the point of reference.

Strategies for Administrators and Public Policy Makers Related for Molarity of Poverty Tourism

There are various strategies that can be used by public policy makers and administrators to prevent exploitation in poverty tourism. First, policy makers may institute an alliance between law enforcement, tourist industry, and courts to ban the tours. This process would suppress the practice because law breakers would be required to pay a fine or be imprisoned. Secondly, public policy makers should ensure that there are no elements of exploitation in poverty tourism by initiating education campaigns and explain the morally reprehensible of the cruelty of paying to enjoy the extreme suffering of others (Outterson, Selinger & Whyte, 2012).

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Connections Between Ethics and Morality

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Connections Between Ethics and Morality
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Public Relations
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Post a brief explanation of a connection between ethics and morality. Then, suggest strategies that a public policymaker or administrator might use to address morality related to poverty tourism. Finally, compare how liberal and libertarian public policymakers and public administrators might approach the issue of poverty tourism.

Support your postings and responses with specific references to the resources.
use any of the citations

http://digitalcommons.bucknell.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1020&context=honors_theses

http://www.cato.org/mission

http://www.libertarianism.org/guide/what-is-libertarianism
Outterson, K., Selinger, E., & Whyte, K. (2011/2012). Poverty tourism, justice, and policy: Can ethical ideals form the basis of new regulations? Public Integrity, 14(1), 39–50. Note: Retrieved from Walden Library databases.

http://www.libertarianism.org/publications/essays/excursions/how-well-do-you-know-libertarian-history

http://plato.stanford.edu/archives/spr2012/entries/libertarianism/

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Connections Between Ethics and Molarity

Connections Between Ethics and Molarity

While ethics and morality seems to be different in meaning, they are highly connected in application because both of them pertains to the values related to the actions of an individual. Both of them relate to ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ conduct (Outterson, Selinger & Whyte, 2012). In this case, individuals’ principles regarding what is right and wrong are based on the rules provided by an external source such as code of conduct at workplaces or in a religion. This implies than an individual cannot design principles to follow without rules provided by an external source. The external source therefore becomes the point of reference. Connections Between Ethics and Morality

Strategies for Administrators and Public Policy Makers Related for Molarity of Poverty Tourism

There are various strategies that can be used by public policy makers and administrators to prevent exploitation in poverty tourism. First, policy makers may institute an alliance between law enforcement, tourist industry, and courts to ban the tours. This process would suppress the practice because law breakers would be required to pay a fine or be imprisoned. Secondly, public policy makers should ensure that there are no elements of exploitation in poverty tourism by initiating education campaigns and explain the morally reprehensible of the cruelty of paying to enjoy the extreme suffering of others (Outterson, Selinger & Whyte, 2012)…….Connections Between Ethics and Morality ……

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