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Animals-Ethics Issues Featured in Week’s News Virtual dog-fighting game remains for sale despite plea from police union; experts differ on whether studies of captive dolphins are productive and necessary; academic ethics journal says the word...
by thalld (thalld) at Tuesday, May 3, 2011 4:14pm 0 comments


World-Press Scrutinizes Bribery in India A senior finance official says legalizing paying a bribe to a public official — if the official extorted the money — would encourage those who are victimized to report the crime; in related news, a new...
by thalld (thalld) at Tuesday, May 3, 2011 4:08pm 0 comments


Strict Building Codes Saved Lives in Japan Quake, say World Press Reports Loss of life in some other disasters was aggravated not only by poverty but, critics say, by circumvention of building codes and bribes to inspectors TOKYO, BEIJING, and NEW YORK...
by thalld (thalld) at Tuesday, March 15, 2011 8:27am 0 comments


Ask Not for Whom the Students Cheat: They Cheat for Thee Feb 28th, 2011 • Posted in: Commentary by Rushworth M. Kidder What you’re about to read is a stealth column. On the surface, you may think it’s just another piece about education....
by thalld (thalld) at Tuesday, March 1, 2011 9:16am 0 comments


College Baseball Coach Donates Kidney to Player He Recruited Tom Walter says it was “the right thing to do” COLUMBUS, Ga. A baseball coach at Wake Forest University in North Carolina last week donated a kidney to a freshman player he...
by thalld (thalld) at Tuesday, February 15, 2011 12:08pm 0 comments

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