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Analysis of the Movie, Disclosure - Analysis of Disclosure Disclosure is a drama/thriller. The genre for this movie states, “Sex is Power”. Tom is a happily married man, a successful computer expert, and works for a major computer company “Digicom”, which is about to merge. He believes he is going to receive a promotion because of all his devotion and work for the company. Instead the job goes to Meredith, who is from another plant and with whom he was romantically involved in his bachelor days. She is now his new boss, who is very aggressive, sexy and dedicated to destroy him after he refuses to have an affair with her....   [tags: Disclosure Movies Sex Films Essays]
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Dual Relationships and Self-Disclosure - Dual Relationships and Self-Disclosure Chemical Dependency counselors have quite a few ethical dilemmas to deal with. Therapists that are in recovery may confront some even more complex dilemmas, opposed to those who are not. There is a high percentage of addiction counselors that are in recovery. In fact, 55% of 36,000 members of the National Association of Alcohol and Drug Addiction Counselors (NAADAC) are recovering alcoholics and 21% are recovering from some other chemical dependency. This brings up two sides to counselors in recovery....   [tags: Papers] 1117 words
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Mandatory Information Disclosure Policy - ... This process and the additional regulation that comes with it is an incentive for firms to monitor themselves and keep their hazardous waste levels below the designated TPQ. The second mechanism, which requires the release of firms’ data on hazardous chemical usage, also deters firms from overusing these chemicals. Due to toxic chemicals information being made public, consumers could take business away from heavy users, investors could choose to support competing firms with lower toxics usage, or people harmed by toxic emissions could make targets of big polluters and sue them for damages ....   [tags: Right-to-Know, Environmental Policy]
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Disclosure in Work Environments - ... Researchers, Dougherty and Smythe, found that companies continue to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace (2004). Managers thoroughly communicate to their employees that sexual harassment is not tolerated at all costs (Dougherty & Smythe, 2004). The researchers explored a more complex understanding of sexual harassment. By observing a harassment case study, they were able to explore the sensemaking process (2004). In doing so, they explored the reasoning of sexual harassment. They found that most instances occurred accidentally and was instantly resolved when a sexual harassment case was brought up....   [tags: Communication, Interpersonal Communication] 1343 words
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Ethics of Full Disclosure of Security Holes - Ethics of Full Disclosure of Security Holes Introduction Security breaches are making big headlines nowadays, and Microsoft is leading the charge. Its flagship operating systems and office suite are so bulky and complex, that it is impossible to be bug-free. The system administrators (the white hats) are up to their noses plugging all the holes from super hackers (the black hats). Yet they are also facing attack from another front – those that post vulnerabilities on the internet (the gray hats)....   [tags: Hackers Internet Computers Essays]
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The Pros of Mandatory HIV Testing and Disclosure of HIV Status - The Pros of Mandatory HIV Testing and Disclosure of HIV Status The universal precautions of the Centers for Disease Control do not eradicate all risk to the patient or health care provider, says Baillie et al. (p. 129). While health care providers in all institutions have been educated in universal precautions, Beck, a registered nurse, cautions that some employees have failed to comply with the recommended procedures from the Centers of Disease Control. Some nurses find goggles, gloves, and other protective gear to be cumbersome to wear and/or too time consuming to put on and remove....   [tags: AIDS Health Medicine Medical Essays] 2494 words
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The Controversy Over HIV/AIDS Disclosure Law - The Controversy Over HIV/AIDS Disclosure Law Abstract Forty million people worldwide are infected with the HIV virus. About six percent of them will not inform their intimate partners about their health condition. Many efforts that have been made over the past decade towards establishing a HIV/AIDS law, have finally paid off. The act of disclosing the virus was written in 1990. It caused quite a stir among the citizens of the United States. Many people concluded that there were holes in the disclosure law concerning HIV/AIDS because it lacked complete thought....   [tags: Biology Medical Biomedical Disease HIV AIDS]
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Internet - Disclosure of Personal Information On-line and Identity Theft - Disclosure of Personal Information On-line and the Occurrence of Identity Theft Introduction Identification is a critical and common process which we encounter on a regular basis as we carry out our daily activities. Companies, government agencies and institutions routinely ask individuals for personal information in order to help identify a specific individual from another. In the past, people have relied upon face-to-face exchange of information and identity verification but with the recent explosion of the Internet this system has become relatively obsolete....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]
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Disclosure of Executive Health Information: Balancing Investor Rights and Executive Privacy - ... MCI Communications disclosed that founder Bill McGowan had a heart transplant weeks after the procedure in 1987 and, instead of issuing a formal statement, Intel CEO Andy Grove chose to write about his 1995 prostate cancer diagnosis in an article published the following year. Berkshire Hathaway took a different approach in 2000, when it disclosed that Warren Buffet would need surgery to excise polyps and remove part of his colon. One key criterium for determining materiality in these situations is an executive’s perceived connection with the company’s performance....   [tags: Business Management]
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Attachment in Groups - Attachment and Self Disclosure in Groups Attachment and self disclosure can say a lot about a person. There was a study done to investigate attachment style and self disclosure in the first group counseling session. This was done in order to explain variable of group functioning. The attachment style was done by self report questionnaires and the self-disclosure was done by observations. There were more than four hundred participants that were split up into twenty seven different groups. I find taking over 400 people and placing them into twenty seven different groups is actually a quite strong way of studying attachment and disclosure....   [tags: essays research papers] 741 words
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Social Penetration - Social Penetration "Decisions about self-disclosure - whether to reveal one's thoughts, feelings, or past experiences to another person, or the level of intimacy of such disclosure - are part of the everyday life of most persons" (Derlega and Berg, 1987, p. ix). The decisions one makes on the issue of whether or not to self-disclose with others affects not only the types of relationships one will have with others and how they are perceived, but also how well they know themselves. Clearly, self-disclosure plays a major role in the development of close relationships....   [tags: Psychology Essays]
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Ethical Boundaries Misused in Today’s Clinical Psychology - ... As these details show, there are exceptions where therapist self-disclosure can help the patient to gain understanding to benefit in treatment; however, the overall rule shown by these facts is that therapist self-disclosure can harm patients because they may misunderstand why the therapist shared a personal information or experience as a boundary crossing. Next, out of office boundaries are how the therapist or psychologist and the client exchange information. According to Cynthia Wessinger, LSCW, “It is not ethically correct and for any mental health professional treating you, to acknowledge you in public with a wave or have a conversation outside the office....   [tags: Psychology]
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Disclose or Not to Disclose? - Disclose or not to disclose. That question usually arise at start of a new relationship, a new job or when meeting a new friend. Disclosing also happen with people we have known for some time. Scholars define self-disclosure as sharing information with others that they would not normally know or discover. My beliefs lie within every everyone of us. Everyone has their own way of defining self disclosure. My definition of self disclosure is letting loose and to trust the person I am disclosing to....   [tags: Relationships] 501 words
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Development of Friendship Between Roommates - Development of Friendship Between Roommates The study of relationship and friendship development has become a very popular subject for social psychologists in the past twenty years or more. Social exchange processes, equity, similarity and self-disclosure (which was constructed by social penetration theorists Irwin Altman and Dalmas Taylor), are presupposed to be the main route to relationship and friendship development. According to the article "Development of Friendship Between Roommates", there are some crucial factors for researching a study such as this one, conducted at the University of California, Los Angeles(otherwise known as UCLA)....   [tags: Friendship Essay]
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Legal Case Study: 62 year old woman with skin cancer - ... 670). Some of the reasons that may have added to the risk of wrong site surgery were distraction factors and time pressures (Dillion, 2008). Legal and Ethical Implications of Disclosure In this case study, the surgeon and organization were very clear with their apology. After an adverse event the physician and healthcare organization have the ethical responsibility, and in several states the legal responsibility, to disclose to the patient all the facts necessary to ensure understanding about what had happened....   [tags: medical, health care, solution]
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Financial Reporting - ... A study by Konar and Cohen(2001) found environmental performance linked with intangible asset value of S&P 500 firms. They found that the market value of company increased with reductions in toxic chemical releases. Similarly, firms that adopt environmental standards above the minimum legal requirements also enjoy higher market value( Dowel, Hart and Yeung, 2000). Gottsman and Kessler (1998) found that compared to the S&P 500, good environmental performers had a greater return while poor performers reported lower returns....   [tags: Finance ]
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Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) & Privacy Rule Violations - ... Williams acted unethically and violated HIPAA by showing his patient’s health record while seeking advice from a friend. His violation was specifically indentified in the Privacy Rule, which protects PHI “held or transmitted by a covered entity or its business associate, in any form or media, whether electronic, paper, or oral” (Office for Civil Rights, Privacy Brief, 2003). Whether Dr. Williams is a covered entity or a business associate with a contract is unclear but we can be sure that electronic health care transactions occur in his clinic subjecting him to the Privacy Rule along with other federal statutes and regulations....   [tags: Healthcare]
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Release of Information in Behavioral Health Cases - ... However, the information contained in the record is property of the patient, and a copy of the record (with a behavioral health case) can be released to the patient as long as he/she is at least twelve years old. A patient who is at least twelve years old also has the authority to consent to the disclosure to release information to a third party. The release of a health record, with a behavioral health issue, can also be granted to the patient’s parent or legal guardian as long as the patient is under the age of twelve years old....   [tags: Health Care]
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Analysis of Hamlet - The play does not open with the protagonist, nor with the direct disclosure of the problem. It points to unanswered questions and reveals anxiety and unrest. There is said to be a ghost, but the reason and purpose for the ghost's appearance are unknown. Basically, we can say that the first scene creates an atmosphere and the basis for the disclosure of the specific problem. The first point dramatically established is that there really is a ghost, although the questions raised by its appearance are unanswered....   [tags: European Literature] 8186 words
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The Y2K Problem - The Y2K Problem The Y2K problem...the Y2K glitch...the millennium bug. Whatever you call it, it is the inability of some computers and computerized systems to correctly recognize dates after December 31, 1999. Many products have microchips that have been programmed to process only the last two digits of a year on the assumption that the first two would be one and nine. As a result, 98 is read as 1998, and 00 could be read as 1900 instead of 2000. Y 2 Care About Y2K: Checklist How do you know if you will encounter Y2K problem....   [tags: Papers] 2826 words
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A Brief Survey of the Phenomenology of Husserl and Heidegger - ... The philosopher should not allow sense to be influenced by miscellaneous inherited metaphysical interpretations, naive assumptions, self-formed conceptual constructions or technical theories. The phenomenon should be observed in its immediate self-disclosure even before this self-disclosure can be spoilt by a magnitude of later constructions. ii. Philosophy must also retreat to the first or the original, most fundamental contact with the known entity as it appears to the viewing soul of man....   [tags: Philosophy] 2062 words
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The Work Spouse - ... The depth and breadth of self-disclosure were equally important to forming their close relationship. Not only did Lewis and Bristler share information about their work environment, they shared information that would typically be reserved for a significant other. Bristler stated, “Patty hears many of the same things reserved for my spouse, including who is annoying me at work, my true assessment of some of the projects at work and my current satisfaction level with my job” (Dorsett). The different areas or ranges of information exchanged would be known as the breadth of penetration while the level of intimacy would be known as the depth....   [tags: Social Issues]
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Application Paper - Application Paper The social penetration theory is a theory composed by Altman and Taylor in which people are compared to onions. This may seem like an absurd comparison, but when explored more deeply it makes quite a bit of sense. The social penetration theory is a description of the multi-layered nature of people's personalities. As the outer skin of an onion is peeled away another layer is found beneath it, and if you remove that layer you will expose another layer, and so forth. The same holds true for people; as we get to know someone better we expose more layers of their personality and hence become closer to the core of the individual, or the private self The outer layers of our personality is the public self, or characteristics that are apparent to people we do not know very well....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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The Challenges of Lesbian and Gay Youth - The Challenges of Lesbian and Gay Youth This research paper is missing the works cited “The unprecedented growth of the gay community in recent history has transformed our culture and consciousness, creating radically new possibilities for people to ‘come out’ and live more openly as homosexuals”(Herdt 2). Before the 1969 Stonewall riot in New York, homosexuality was a taboo subject. Research concerning homosexuality emphasized the etiology, treatment, and psychological adjustment of homosexuals....   [tags: Lesbian Gay Teens Adolescents] 2611 words
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Is Psychotherapy More Effective When Therapist Disclose Information - “ Is Psychotherapy More Effective When Therapist Disclose Information About Themselves. ” In the world of psychology therapist raise a question whether or not they should “disclose personal information during psychotherapy. Several therapists “have suggested that therapist self-discloser can have a positive impact on treatment. From this view, self-discloser by the therapists may elicit greater discloser by the client enhancing the possibilities for client self-exploration”(e.g., Bugental, 1965, chap....   [tags: essays research papers] 1032 words
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Relationships - QUALITY INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS A quality interpersonal relationship is a relationship which is built on understanding of self and others. A quality interpersonal relationship goes beyound just being casually aquainted with others to sharing with and gaining an understanding of one another. What I mean by sharing with is that you get a feeling for each other. I can empathize with you and see things through your eyes. When a quality interpersonal relationship is present there's certain amount of synergy that takes place between the persons involved in the relationship....   [tags: essays research papers] 1141 words
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Ethical Considerations in Customer Relationship Management - Running head: Ethical Considerations in CRM Ethical Considerations in Customer Relationship Management Abstract Due to issues such as managed care contracting, and the financial impact of indigent care, healthcare providers find themselves in competition for patients with adequate health insurance, or the ability to pay cash for services provided to try to maintain fiscal solvency. E-health applications serve not only to advertise the services of a facility, but also to help the health care provider identify potential patients for the services they offer....   [tags: Business CRM Ethics]
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Ethics in Public Health - ... Before testing a patient for HIV/AIDS a doctor should consult the patient in this consultation the patient should be educated about the disease, the testing process, and actions to be taken upon a positive result, including disclosure to sexual partners. Unfortunately, not all doctors do this. Many people get tested without knowledge of anything except the basics of what the disease is and a sense of how bad it is. When it comes to the diseases HIV and AIDs and disclosure the ethical route is not the route that is easily taken....   [tags: Medical Ethics ]
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Psychology Annotated Bibliography - ... Psychotherapy Research 15(1-2), 25-33. The authors of this article wanted to examine the relationship conditions, outcome, and working alliance significance in process-experiential psychotherapy (PET) and/or (CBT) cognitive behavioral psychotherapy. By examining the bond between a therapist and his client we can further understand how important the role of therapeutic alliance is in treatment outcome. The authors point out that therapeutic alliance plays a major positive impact on the outcome of therapy....   [tags: Bibliography ]
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Exploring Revelation - Exploring Revelation What is revelation. There are many different uses of the word revelation. It can be the speech act of making something evident, an enlightening or astonishing disclosure or a communication of knowledge to man by a divine or supernatural agency. The last book of the New Testament contains visionary descriptions of heaven and of conflicts between good and evil and of the end of the world. The author of this book tells us his name is John. However, the John of Revelation does not claim to be a disciple or to have known Jesus....   [tags: Papers] 547 words
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insurance law - The Nature of Insurance came about to offset any loss that an individual or those engaged in business may suffer through the occurrence of some unforeseen event. To offset this loss the commercial world developed the contract of insurance. In return for a fee the individual, or the business enterprise, would be indemnified for the loss suffered on the occurrence of the event insured against. Contracts of insurance cover a wide field such as life assurance, personal accident public liability, damage to property and general liability insurance....   [tags: essays research papers] 3200 words
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Discuss the Need for Regulation in Financial Reporting - Discuss the Need for Regulation in Financial Reporting There is a need for regulation in financial reporting because of a number of reasons. There are several major user groups of financial reporting, some of which include equity investor groups, employee groups, analyst adviser group, the government, the public and other stakeholders. These different stakeholders however, need to be able to interpret and use financial information in a systematic way in order to make the necessary financial decisions....   [tags: Economics] 1518 words
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Business Regulation Simulation: Alumina Inc. - Business Regulation Simulation: Alumina Inc. Alumina is a 4 billion dollar aluminum manufacturer based in the US. Although the company operates out of 8 different countries, 70% of Alumina's sales derive from the US market. Five years ago, during a regular compliance inspection, Alumina was found to be in violation of environmental discharge norms due to high levels of PAH (Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon). Following this discovery, the EPA ordered a clean up and Alumina was found to be in compliance during subsequent inspections....   [tags: Business Regulation Simulation Analysis] 1026 words
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Therapeutic Writing - ... Consequently, none of the participants’ behaviors changed permanently. However, the study participants articulated that blogging was therapeutic in nature. Ethical Considerations Advocates for writing and blogging in therapy offer recommendations for therapists in reference to ethical challenges that may arise. Consistent in blogging and journal writing research literature is the discussion of privacy and confidentiality. Baikie and Wilhelm (2005) suggest informing clients that their writing does not need to be shared....   [tags: Counseling ]
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Campaign Finance Reform - Campaign Finance Reform Campaign finance issues are complicated in the United States by the fact that the funding sources of the Republican and Democratic parties differ so sharply. As a result, any reforms intended to affect one kind of funding are likely to adversely and disproportionately affect one of the two parties. Furthermore, while most issues on which elected officials decide concern benefits for constituents. Campaign finance reform involves changing an institution that benefits those who make the legislative choices....   [tags: Papers] 452 words
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assymetric paternalism - Regulation for Conservatives: Behavioral Economics and the Case for “Asymmetric Paternalism” To begin to understand this article we must first define what the authors mean by asymmetric paternalism. According to the Oxford Dictionary, asymmetric is without symmetry or not divided equally. The definition of paternalism states that it is behaving in a paternal way or limiting freedom and responsibility by well-meant regulations. The authors state that the paternal regulations discussed are those developed on an individual basis....   [tags: essays research papers] 997 words
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Civil Liberties - Civil Liberties After September 11, 2001, in the United States of America, many aspects of our daily lives have changed. One notable change has been the creation of the Department of Homeland Security. Many bills are being drafted to ensure the safety of the United States. We, as Americans, are going to have to sacrifice many of our civil liberties due to this tragic event. There are many good reasons why these bills are being drafted, but there are also negative effects such as the loss of civil rights....   [tags: Government Politics USA Essays]
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I-Search Research - Prospectus For my Junior English Research Project. I would look into the different theories of what attracts two people to another. I chose this topic because I just want to know a true, good, and official reason for falling in “ love ”. Love, Well true love is a one in a million chance of happening. So… I hope to find out what the different theories is most affective and accurate. Q: What is love. A: Love is when you have strong deep feelings for someone else and care about that person very much and only want that person to be happy....   [tags: essays research papers] 835 words
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Law and Ethics in Nursing - Law and Ethics in Nursing In every nurse's career, the nurse is faced with many legal or ethical dilemmas. One of the professional competencies for nursing states that nurses should " integrate knowledge of ethical and legal aspects of health care and professional values into nursing practice". It is important to know what types of dilemmas nurses may face during their careers and how they may have been dealt with in the past. It is also important for nurses to understand what malpractice is and how they may protect themselves from a malpractice suit....   [tags: Nursing Ethics Nurses Workplace Essays]
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The Communication Process - The Communication Process The communication process is used in every kind of relationship. It could be in a friendship, an acquaintance, a significant other, a family, and many more. I found out these processes can be harder than you think three years ago. My father got remarried and I was forced to become up close and personal with complete strangers, my step family. The communication process language in my step family describes the concepts and ideas of the transactional communication model and the social penetration theory....   [tags: Papers] 685 words
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The Sarbanes-Oxley - INTRODUCTION In the wake of high-profile corporate accounting debacles, authorities have started to take action, and new international accounting standards (IAS) defined rules on boards¡¦ responsibilities and imposed penalties (the Sarbanes-Oxley Act) have come into effect. IAS rules will cause a greater need for comparability across various accounting and reporting principles. The European Union has decided that listed companies, a company which has any of its shares listed on a recognized stock market, should use international accounting standards (IAS) for accounting periods beginning since January 2005....   [tags: Account Standards Accuracy Reports Financial State] 2094 words
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Solving the Foreclosure Crisis - For many Americans, the foreclosure crisis was a news story on TV. For others, the crisis was a national problem to be pondered “in theory.” In my case, however, the foreclosure crisis was personal and real. In 2003, in the midst of closing my failing African American bookstore in Denver, I defaulted on my home mortgage – finding myself the target of a foreclosure process, but also of predatory lenders and investors prowling my inner-city, gentrifying neighborhood. I avoided foreclosure by agreeing to a modification plan with my bank....   [tags: Foreclosures,] 2068 words
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Hiding Sensitive XML Association Rules via Bayesian Network - ... • Decrease the support of the rule based on antecedent or consequent. • This strategy has two cases. o Partially supported transactions which cause to increase the support using the antecedent. o Fully supported transactions that maintain both the antecedent and consequent causes to decrease the support of rule using the consequent. Hence the purpose of all these strategies are to preserve the sensitive information from disclosing by modifying database based on single element modification of either an antecedent or consequent....   [tags: Research Analysis ]
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Carbon Prices - ... Currently the SEC does not require specific information about GHG. Information provided to stakeholders is provided voluntary. It is important for investors to understand the risks in the 4 | P a g e information provided, and that it should not be material in their investment decisions until regulation is established and assurance can be provided. Corporate officials that believe carbon emissions are not currently material would not voluntary disclose the information because of negative investor and consumer reaction....   [tags: Finance ]
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Code of Ethics Comparrison - ... These documents are both designed for individuals in the counseling field, however the AACC code is designed with more specific guidelines due to the more specific nature of the organizations goals and purpose. Comparison of Specific Areas of Ethics Codes Confidentiality Similarities. The topic of confidentiality is expressed with a high level of importance in both codes of ethics documents. Both the ACA and AACC codes express an inherent respect for the privacy rights of their clients as the central foundation for confidentiality....   [tags: Ethics ]
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Confidentiality in Counseling - ... Should the counselor tell Michael’s wife. Should the counselor have more details before making any decisions. There are several major issues that can arise when discussing confidentiality and a person who is HIV positive: the relationship between the counselor and client and the duty to treat, the measurement of the level of dangerousness, the presence of an identifiable third party that the client has been exposed to a level of dangerousness, and the counselor taking the appropriate steps to work with person who have HIV/AIDS (Cottone & Tarvydas, 2007)....   [tags: Counseling ]
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Confidentiality and The "Helping" Relationship - ... An example of a circumstance that would fall into this category includes disclosure of child abuse. In this instance, protecting the welfare of the child is given more importance than right to privacy of the patient. It is legally required for the helping professional to disclose such acts and does not require informed consent to report to proper authorities (Younggren & Harris, p.590). Another exception to confidentiality occurs when information learned in the therapeutic relationship is called upon to be used in legal proceedings....   [tags: Professional Communication]
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Communication - ... Most people are first attracted to others because of the way they look. Some people might have distinct characteristics that one might be attracted to such as; blues eyes, short hair, or even a small space between their teeth. If a person is not attracted to your appearance they are not likely to come up and carry on a conversation with you. For example, if an individual, who dislikes tattoos, is taking a class and has to choose a partner for a project, but there are only two people left and one of them has tattoos he or she will mostly likely choose the individual without tattoos ,even if the person with tattoos is a very intelligent individual....   [tags: Verbal and Non Verbal Communication] 1747 words
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Communication - ... Some people might have different characteristics that one might be attracted too. If a person is not attracted to your appearance they are mostly not come up and have a conversation with you. For example, if an individual, who does not like tattoos, is taking a class and has to choose a partner for a project, but there are only two people left and one of them has tattoos he or she will mostly likely choose the individual without tattoos ,even if the person with tattoos is a very intelligent individual....   [tags: Interpersonal Communication] 1707 words
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Release of Information in Mental Health and Development Disability Cases - ... A patient’s medical record is property of the hospital or the facility that created the record. However, the information held in the record is the possessions of the patient, and a copy of the record (with a mental health or development disability case) can be released to the patient as long as he/she is twelve years old. Also a patient who is twelve years old has the power to consent to release information to a third party. The release of a health record, with a mental health or development disability issue, can be permitted to the patient’s legal guardian without the consent of the patient, if the patient is under the age of twelve years old....   [tags: Healthcare]
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How the Growth of Electronic Monitoring Has Changed Employee Expectations of Privacy in the Workplace - ... Therefore, privacy rights may not be applicable. Some of these rules, if violated, may cause great harm to a corporation, such as copyright infringement on intellectual property, and/or the viewing of unacceptable images leading to sexual harassment suits. Internally at a corporation, it can mandate oversight of usage to protect itself from such misuse and can state the practice thereof. For criminal prosecution however, the burden of enforcement requires certain infringements of privacy rights but not outside of the rule of law....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Outsourcing the Processing of Sensitive Information - Outsourcing the Processing of Sensitive Information A current trend in business in the first-world (United States and Western Europe) is for the service sector to follow the lead of the manufacturing sector in looking to the global marketplace to find the lowest-cost means of production. That is, to lower costs and maximize profits, first-world service providers are increasingly seeking to outsource "knowledge worker" type tasks to countries with substantially lower labor costs. The type of work being exported includes telephone call-center support, data entry, the design and implementation of sophisticated software systems, tax preparation and financial bookkeeping....   [tags: Businesses Economics Economy Globalization]
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California SB 1386 - On July 1, 2003, California enacted an electronic data privacy law to protect residents from one of its fastest growing crimes: identity theft. SB 1386 (Civil Code 1798.29) requires businesses to notify California residents if a security breach results in disclosure of personal electronic data. All businesses are subject to this law regardless of size, location, or operations. Business owners should be aware of the problems associated with identity theft, the steps required to comply with SB 1386, and the preventative measures available....   [tags: essays research papers] 1155 words
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The Need for Regulation in Financial Reporting - The Need for Regulation in Financial Reporting Discuss: Since 1990 the Accounting Standards Board has produced Financial Reporting Standards (FRSs) It has been performing a very important role in the economics market as the published accounts are the essential sources of information about the organizationsÂ’ performance which is available of the both internal and external user group in large organizations. l Financial Reporting Regulations in UK Regulators that establish requirements for the reporting of financial results have recently issued several new initiatives targeted at the practices of many firms....   [tags: Financial Reportings United Kingdom Essays]
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