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    that delves into the severe effects of tours and post-traumatic stress on young individuals in the U.S. Army. This documentary mainly focuses on the psychological aspect of PTSD and the effects of war on the soldiers. However, looking at it from a sociological approach, it’s clear to see the role of group dynamics, teams and leadership in the behaviors of soldiers prior to their discharge from the war front. Group dynamics is defined as the various patterns of interaction between groups and individuals

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    Different Viewpoints of Business Ethics

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    Introduction The purpose of this short paper is to compare and contrast three different peer-reviewed journal articles and one online periodical. First, the paper provides a brief introduction of the four articles. Second, the paper compares and contrasts the four articles. Finally, the author presents his views on the topic of social responsibility and business ethics before concluding the paper. Four Articles All four articles center their focus on business ethics. Of the four articles, three

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    assigned task to a successful conclusion. With responsibility goes authority to direct and take the necessary action to ensure success. ("DOD Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms"). Personal responsibility to me is taking ownership of the things that will affect us in anyway, whether it is in the long run or short term. If we do not take ownership of the situations around us we will be consumed by duties and assignments which at that point become a task and no longer just a responsibility.

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    Personal Responsibility by Alex Brown

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    What motivates you, is it the desire to become something better? To improve your standard of living or is it your family? Whatever the reason personal responsibility will play a major part in either your success or failure. Personal responsibility for me means, being accountable for ones actions the good, bad, and the ugly, and accepting the rewards and or consequences. In everything you do there is work involved. Question is are you doing the right work. Everything we do is work. Be it sitting on

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    identity

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    All people have a particular idea of themselves. The idea of who they are and who they are not. The way people lead an everyday life within an environment and interactions with other human beings make them feel closer connected to some groups of people and different from others. How feeling similarity and difference in society affects ability to attain a positive sense of self and meaning are an important questions within psychology. Theory of social identity constructed by Tajfel and psychosocial

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    Milton Friedman is a well-known economist and writer from Brooklyn, New York. His influential writing has sparked many debates on the limits of a company’s duty to perform Social Responsibilities within a society. A famous quote taken from his book Capitalism and Freedom, details that ‘there is one and only one social responsibility of business- use its resources and engage in activities designed to increase profits as long as it stays within the rules of the game’ . He feels that Directors or

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    consumers will then resort to unregulated means of receiving them. This was discussed in the reading by Lindorff, using Australia as an example in regards to how although it would theoretically be the best option for abortion to of remained illegal in terms of harm minimisation, deaths would of continued to occur due to illegal abortions. Allowing them to be legal can actually be considered socially responsible as it is a greater alternative for society, despite what certain individuals/groups may believe

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    In most cultures, everyone has their own way of living. In American culture, people have their own traits that defines them what they are; they have unique personalities. American people have some extraordinary traits that make them different from people of other cultures. Although it is difficult to give one specific trait to Americans, Americans tend to share certain traits such as responsibility. Moreover, the American spirit has included this trait for hundreds of years. One source of this trait

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    wall. Because dyads are smaller, the people involved can get closer and create a greater bond. However, bonds cannot form overnight, so dyads probably take more time to form than larger groups. Some examples of dyads are a parent and child, a long term or married couple, best friends or even a pair of criminals (D. Kendall 144). A dyad is an

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    Where profit is concerned, the idea of social responsibility has always been linked hand in hand. Social responsibility is that ‘X Factor’ in which a business or individual goes beyond the requirement of a law to pursue short and long term goals to benefit society. It is having an interest not only in your wellbeing, but taking into account the interests and concerns of the community as well. Friedman tries to prove that by taking into account social responsibility a business will fail in the

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