Monday, 31 October 2011

Competitive Resume Writing

“Keep your message strong, succinct and dynamic.”
Over the past decade, as the U.S. employment market has undergone dramatic and long-lasting changes, resume writing has evolved into a way additional advanced and additional subtle method. It is not enough to write a short list of your work history and academic qualifications. The days are gone when a person used to send few resumes to the recruiters and few in the responses to the advertisements. A person was called for an interview one week and with couple of weeks he had to give a joining.

Sunday, 30 October 2011

Types of Ethics

There are many styles of the analysis that could be involved in ethical subject values. They’re too typically confused along, and to avoid this confusion, a preliminary task is to differentiate these clearly. We will consider three types here
1. Descriptive ethics
2. Normative ethics
3. Meta-ethics

Thursday, 27 October 2011

Examples and Analysis of Ethical Proposition Types

We discussed in detail the proposition types and now we are able to see the examples in dept and understand the implications is daily life.

Examples and the analysis of the propositions
‘D’: Descriptive Proposition            ‘M’: Moral Proposition
‘C’: Conceptual Proposition            ‘DM’: Ambiguous Proposition

D1 Most teachers think that positive reinforcement is the most ethical form of behavior control.
The proposition is true and many of you may wonder why this is a descriptive proposition, the “ethical form”

Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Professional Ethics: Proposition Types

Moral Propositions
The type of propositions where the writer is  show some sort of concern to the moral rightness or wrongness, goodness or badness of something; a stance regarding what morally ought to or shouldn't happen, regarding the  ethical rights, duties and responsibilities of varied individuals and thus on. Again, a lot of like descriptive propositions, it's irrelevant to a proposition’s categorization as an ethical proposition whether or not it's advanced tentatively or with nice confidence, whether or not it's accepted by you or not and thus on. All that matters is that the author is indeed proposing some variety of ethical worth judgment.