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    adults’, but there’s where they’re wrong. An average high schooler is more of a hero than Superman or Batman by a long shot. In The Odyssey, Odysseus and the people around him show an abounding amount of “heroic” traits, such as bravery, patience, honesty, being supportive, and compassion. Sound familiar? An average high schooler shares those same traits, therefore making them heroes too. Bravery can be critical in a high school environment, what would else could someone use when standing up to a bully

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    Negotiations require an understanding of ethical standards and fundamental framework to be successful. This paper analyzes some of the fundamentals in negotiation, namely, deception and how it relates ethics. Based on the article “Honesty in negotiations,” the author posit that deceptive tactics are necessary and a natural part of negotiations. Provis (2000), alluded that it is often permissible to be deceptive because people’s expectations are different for negotiations. Furthermore, it was

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    I believe that an effective negotiation attitude is confidence with honesty. The negotiator should have a clear view of what the outcome should look like before entering in the negotiation. Every negotiation is different, so the negotiator will need some patience with good communication skills. Not every deal someone makes is going to be hard or long. Some call for different types of approaches to make it an effective negotiation. There are routine negotiations that need patience from both parties

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    proves himself through the novel to be proud yet brutally honest, and this characterisation is shown in many situations during “The Hobbit”. Thorin displays positive attributes such as honesty. Even though he places himself above others, he admits to his weaknesses and apologises for his wrongdoings. Thorin’s honesty is initially displayed in the forest of Mirkwood; “I should have thought it was thirty at least, but my eyes don’t see as well as they used a hundred years ago,” p177. This displays through

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    therefore he has broken the trust barrier which is required in the hierarchy of the military. Honesty is interwoven throughout the play such that readers must observe context and note trivialities in passing information to authority and the relation of honesty and loyalty to military

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    goal (Hudson, 2004). When individuals are closer to other people, trust and trustworthiness rise equally (Sicora, 2015), and the higher significant people have the ability to obtain more trustworthiness in others. However, one may perceive trust to honesty, a competence and confidence in others, as well as unselfishness, or the connection

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    One of the most treasured and cherished virtues any human beings can possess is honesty. William Damon is a professor of education at Stanford University, director of the Stanford Center on Adolescence, and a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution. In his essay, “The Death of Honesty” which was published by the hoover institute at Harvard University in 2012, Williams explains how dishonesty has been accepted in the world of today. He discussed the increase in the “death of honest.” William Damon

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    Honesty is the cruelest game of all, because not only can you hurt someone - and hurt them to the bone - you can feel self-righteous about it at the same time. Dave Van Ronk. This quote goes to show that the purpose of honesty is to not hurt others essentially but to bring out the truth. The novel To Kill a Mockingbird, written by Harper Lee, displays morality and ethics as a predominant them, it presents honesty as a virtue, but it also suggests that honesty is not always the best policy. The novel

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    This paper will discuss why plagiarism is bad and why academic honesty is important. What is Plagiarism? Most students would say that plagiarism is when you copy another person’s work and even use their work as their own. But using terms like “copy” is a way of disguising the seriousness of the issue. To plagiarize means to steal and pass off others ideas as your own, to present a new and original idea from an existing

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    Honesty is the act of telling the truth or being loyal. Honesty not only in the word an individual speaks, but in their actions to. The action of honesty is an honourable one, as proven in Sophocles, Oedipus the King; when Oedipus reveals his full past through conversation to Jocasta, revealing how he killed a man, how he defeated the sphinx all in casual dialogue between him and Jocasta. Honesty that is presented in the texts represents what type

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