Free Essays on Fairness

  1. Using examples, explain the difference between obscene and indecent materials.

    Rule and the Fairness Doctrine. The equal opportunities rule specifies that U.S radio and television broadcast stations must provide an equivalent opportunity to any opposing political candidates who might request it. The Equal opportunities rule is sometimes confused with the fairness doctrine because...

  2. Using Examples, Explain the Difference Between Obscene and Indecent Materials.

    are very offensive to men, women, or race. 2. Explain the difference between the Equal Opportunities Rule and the Fairness Doctrine. The Equal Opportunity Rule and the Fairness Doctrine were both established to promote and encourage broadcasting opportunities between people and candidates. Although...

  3. Censorship in Media

    happened or what was said, but the personal views of the fourth estate" (Orr 66). The first attempt to regulate the media came when the Fairness Doctrine was established in 1934. This doctrine was created to ensure that publicly owned television and radio stations would not be biased and would...

  4. Government Regulation on Media in America

    to give the objective of the attack a possibility to respond. The fairness doctrine, states that a broadcaster who airs a controversial program is required to provide time to air opposing views. The FCC has not obligated the fairness doctrine since 1985, and some claim that the FCC has taken a lax come...

  5. Govt Quiz

    refused to sell time to the Democratic candidate for governor, this station would be violating the ________. Telecommunications Act of 1996 Fairness Doctrine equal time rule right of rebuttal Communications Decency Act Question 15 1 / 1 point Which statement about the Telecommunications...

  6. Week 9's Final

      Part Two •           Write an essay of at least 700 words. Comprehensive writing skills must be used. •           Between 1949 and 1987, the Fairness Doctrine was an FCC rule designed to provide “reasonable, although not necessarily equal” opportunities in presenting opposing viewpoints in radio...

  7. Kant and Morality - 1

    a necessary implication is that laws are required to be applied equally in order to be considered as legitimate laws. The criteria of justice and fairness as arbiters of equality are therefore a necessary part of moral reasoning. Legal Positivists attempt to defer the question of legitimacy to the people...

  8. CJA 483 criminal justice system ( A+Material )

    increasingly turned toward the American court system as a matter of redress and protection (p. 1). Seeking justice from a dualistic entity charged with fairness, interpreting and honoring the law, ensuring retribution is granted when warranted and protection from abuses of authority and/or due process is maintained...

  9. Social

    impartial trials, decide criminal cases, ensure due process, determine guilt or innocence, impose sentences on the guilty, uphold the law, require fairness throughout the justice process, protect the rights and freedoms of anyone facing processing by the justice system, provide a check on the exercise...

  10. CRJ-422 Entire Course Criminal Justice Capstone

    with practical examples from the media. CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 1 Promoting Fairness Detail the steps that criminal justice agencies must take to promote notions of “equal justice” and fairness in the 21st Century. CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools Provide...

  11. ethics favouritism

    the end result. The ethical principles of the teaching profession include professionalism, fairness, honesty, trust, objectivity, equality in the institution. One of the most basic themes in ethics is fairness, stated this way by Aristotle: "Equals should be treated equally and unequals unequally." ...

  12. CRJ 422 Complete Class

    422 Week 2 DQ 2 Media and Criminal Justice CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 nnOutline Part 1 CRJ 422 Week 3 Outline...

  13. CRJ 422 Entire Course ( Criminal Justice Capstone ) Complete Course

    422 Week 2 DQ 2 Media and Criminal Justice CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 nnOutline Part 1 CRJ 422 Week 3 Outline...

  14. Rawls' Maximin Principle

    laws and principles that govern a society . Rawls asserts that in the hypothetical original position everyone would unanimously accept justice as fairness. This conception of justice consists mainly of two principles, the second of which is most imperative and will be discussed in great detail. ...

  15. HRM 531 Week 5 Career Development IV Compensation Plan

    services change. So that all the reward packages are effective including: a sufficient level of the rewards to reach the fundamental needs, stockholders’ fairness with the market of external work and equal treatment for the employees. Incentives are important drivers that increase the motivation in an employee...

  16. Theory of Social Justice Applied in Hong Kong

    is achievable. The most influential theory that he proposed as well as the theory that he is primarily known for, is his theory of Justice as Fairness. In his theory, a society where social justice is done, should consist of free and equal persons. The citizens should possess political and personal...

  17. Fairness Doctrine

    President Obama and the mainstream media “a slobbering love affair.” Sadly, this statement is accurate. If advocates of the Fairness Doctrine really want to promote fairness and accuracy in the media, they should extend the Doctrine to encompass the television, newspaper, and magazine industries. Democrats...

  18. CRJ 422 Entire Class

    422 Week 2 DQ 2 Media and Criminal Justice CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 nnOutline Part 1 CRJ 422 Week 3 Outline...

  19. Nb B

    Managers who are leaders will not waste their time and accept this social loafing. They will soon start playing favorites because the principle of fairness brings in mediocrity and poor performance. When you are a leader, it is your head that is on the chopping block for poor performance and the buck...

  20. CRJ422 Entire Course

    422 Week 2 DQ 2 Media and Criminal Justice CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 nnOutline Part 1 CRJ 422 Week 3 Outline...

  21. Framing and Agenda Setting Bias in News Media

    account of the day's events in a context which gives them meaning."Journalism in today's news is not the same as it was over half a century ago. The Fairness Doctrine, which was eliminated in 1987, was a policy that required the holders of broadcast licenses to both present controversial issues of public...

  22. CRJ 422 Devry-ASHFORD-Phoenix-Strayer

    422 Week 2 DQ 2 Media and Criminal Justice CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 nnOutline Part 1 CRJ 422 Week 3 Outline...

  23. NETW 584 WEEK 4 MIDTERM

    others? For instance, isn't the case for retaining the fairness doctrine stronger for VHF television than AM or FM radio? What is the significance of the fact that the FCC did not draw such a distinction? Would it have been wiser to retain the fairness doctrine for certain markets? If so, how should such...

  24. CRJ 422 Entire Course Criminal Justice Capstone

    422 Week 2 DQ 2 Media and Criminal Justice CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 nnOutline Part 1 CRJ 422 Week 3 Outline...

  25. An Examination of Rawl’s ‘Natural Lottery’

    gifts should be entitled to the benefits to which they are rewarded should be motivated to use them. REFERENCES: Rawls, J. (2001). Justice as Fairness. In Hoffman, Frederick and Schwartz (Ed). Business Ethics: Readings and Cases in Corporate Morality (pg 53-59). New York: McGraw-Hill Higher Education...

  26. CRJ 422 Entire Course Criminal Justice Capstone

    422 Week 2 DQ 2 Media and Criminal Justice CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 nnOutline Part 1 CRJ 422 Week 3 Outline...

  27. Basic writing paper

    Hieu Do Hon 1030C Fairness Doctrine—A Forgotten Theory The Fairness Doctrine was originally established in 1949—when radio and television stations were just a few—to ensure that equal time was granted to both sides of controversial issues on the airwaves. As a result, holders of broadcast licenses...

  28. John Rawls Theory of Societal Justice

    could be instituted. Rawls refers to this regard of the guiding principles of justice as “justice as fairness” (Rawls, p. 498). In this original position of equal liberty, thinking of justice as fairness, the homunculi would collaborate to conceive a set of principles of justice to guide their society...

  29. The Two Main Principles of Rawls’ Theory of the Original Position

    to develop the idea of the ‘Original Position,’ a hypothetical social contract, which Rawls believes would lead to an ideal society of ‘justice as fairness.’ (Rawls, A Liberal Theory of Justice, pp 577, para 1.) Throughout this essay, I will outline Rawls’ theory of the Original Position, and the main...

  30. Democracy in Hk

    and varied to anyone. If asked, my moral compass can be vaguely defined as an ethical standard based on the virtues of kindness, integrity and fairness. Self-centeredness of people and unfairness are significant influential factors that shape the moral standard I have today. So far as I am concerned...

  31. Justice Versus Mercy

    quality of being just; fairness. To treat adequately, fairly, or with full appreciation. (http://www.thefreedictionary.com/mercy). Justice it seems can be found somewhere in the concept of fairness, between some middle ground of excessive and deficient behavior. Justice, as fairness, means that people...

  32. Ethics

    and confused. Fairness means in conformity with rules or standards; legitimate (Dictionary). We usually decide what is fair by comparing everyone to each other. We like to make sure that everyone gets the same opportunities and treated the same way as others, but to what degree. Fairness can be described...

  33. CRJ 422 Entire Course Criminal Justice Capstone

    422 Week 2 DQ 2 Media and Criminal Justice CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 nnOutline Part 1 CRJ 422 Week 3 Outline...

  34. John Rawls

    concept of the veil of ignorance as a solution to the problem of creating an equitable perspective among individuals for advancing political justice as fairness, a mechanism that Rawls suggests can only be accomplished through social cooperation. In essence, this scenario can only be reached hiding or disguising...

  35. job stress

    have positive impacts on job stress. Employees with higher levels of job stress are more likely to think about leaving, while those perceiving more fairness of rewards are less likely. Implications for managerial administration and future research are discussed. Keywords: job stress; turnover intentions;...

  36. CRJ 422 All Weeks Material

    422 Week 2 DQ 2 Media and Criminal Justice CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 nnOutline Part 1 CRJ 422 Week 3 Outline...

  37. CRJ 422 Entire Course

    422 Week 2 DQ 2 Media and Criminal Justice CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 nnOutline Part 1 CRJ 422 Week 3 Outline...

  38. Fairness

    “To Be Fair” is an excellent trait that I believe all Americans should show but don’t resemble today. To be fair is a good trait in many ways. When fairness is expressed you are showing good karma, respect, equality, selflessness, you are sympathetic and lastly grateful those are all great and strong traits...

  39. Top Ten Virtues

    and reach goals within your life. Some virtues that are important in my life include vision, integrity, dedication, magnanimity, openness, humility, fairness, creativity, assertiveness, and sense of humor. When you aim for these virtues perfection comes effortless. Vision and integrity are two virtues...

  40. Felons Should Vote

    getting what is deserved such as a reward or punishment while still staying under the terms of fairness. (John Rawls) To support my core value I will offer a value criterion of Societal Fairness. Societal Fairness can only be achieved when all members in any given society are treated equally. Basically...

  41. Movie Day

    aims to link some factors of service quality and price fairness of restaurant with the customers’ satisfaction. The researchers find out that customers of restaurant have negative impression about product and service quality fairness, price fairness, staff’s service, environment of the restaurant, image...

  42. Grading System Adwanteges

    successfully were able to give the teacher of what they learned. For the teacher, if it is an objective system, it shows fairness to students and parents, for the school board, it shows a fairness doctrine and how well their employees are doing their jobs. with grading, there will be no mad rush amongst students...

  43. John Rawls and Utilitarianism

    believes that a social contract theory, similar those proposed by Hobbes, Locke, and Rousseau, would be a more logical solution to the question of fairness in any government. Social contract theory in general and including the views of Rawls, is such that in a situation where a society is established...

  44. Fairness in the "Book of Job"

    Fairness in the "Book of Job" The Treatment of Job in The Book of Job violates every principle of fairness and justice. Over time, we have come to accept a universal definition, or concept, if you will, of fairness. The idea of fairness does not come from a dictionary, but rather it has evolved...

  45. Rawls and Mill: Ethical Theories

    hypothetical situation with the perfect elements for the natural development of justice. "The original position" under Rawls' theory of "justice as fairness" establishes which aspects of justice would develop out of a system based on the principles of free and fair cooperation between its citizens. The...

  46. Recruitment In Bangladesh

    difference between the public and the private sector manufacturing firms. 5. Fairness in Selection: there was significant difference between public and private sector manufacturing firms of Bangladesh with respect to fairness in selection. 6. Time Spent in Selection Process: there is no difference between...

  47. Heralding the resurgence of conundrums of morose morality

    liberals tended to value care and fairness higher than loyalty, respect and purity. Self-identified conservative Americans valued care and fairness less and the remaining three values more. Both groups gave care the highest over-all weighting, but conservatives valued fairness the lowest, whereas liberals...

  48. CRJ 422 Criminal Justice Capstone Complete Course

    422 Week 2 DQ 2 Media and Criminal Justice CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 nnOutline Part 1 CRJ 422 Week 3 Outline...

  49. CRJ 422 Entire Course Criminal Justice Capstone

    422 Week 2 DQ 2 Media and Criminal Justice CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 nnOutline Part 1 CRJ 422 Week 3 Outline...

  50. Rawls' Difference Principle

    any other person – to help the worst off members of society. He called this reason the difference principle, and in conjunction with his “Justice as Fairness” ideal it formed the basis of his claims about distributive justice. Rawls’ natural lottery was the biological limitations that one is born with...

  51. CRJ 422 Entire Course ( Criminal Justice Capstone ) Complete Course

    422 Week 2 DQ 2 Media and Criminal Justice CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 Discussion Question DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 1 Promoting Fairness CRJ 422 Week 3 DQ 2 Criminal Justice Tools CRJ 422 Week 3 nnOutline Part 1 CRJ 422 Week 3 Outline...

  52. Ethics in Criminal Procedure

    process and fair treatment are needed in our society to ensure equal protection. The Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendment help protect ethical issues and fairness. The Equal protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment ensures all persons are given fair treatment. As defined in Doing Ethics, ethics is the...

  53. Rawls Trawls' Theory of Justice, Hayeks Theory of Freedom

    theory of Justice. Justice is a concept of moral relevance based on ethics, rationality, law, natural law, religion, equity or fairness. Rawls refers to “justice as fairness” and from the theory of justice, the liberty and difference principle was derived. Rawls argues that "Justice is the first virtue...

  54. rebecca

    injury 3. natural vs. conventional: conforming or adhering to accepted standards, as of conduct or taste 4. equitable: characterized by equity or fairness; just and right; fair; reasonable a) Distributive justice is when goods are distributed amongst members of a certain community. It uses geometric...

  55. Family Law Definitions and Summary

    otherwise unacceptably offensive to public policy unconscionable. 15. Procedural Fairness- (Marriage) fairness of the parties in their treatment of one another in the process of negotiating an agreement, as distinct from fairness in the resulting terms. ...

  56. Ethicsworksheet Filter

    have decided may either create more problems or be a temporary fix. Fairness My personal source for fairness comes from my current employer. It’s very important to show fairness in decision-making. The challenge to employing fairness is actually being fair and making a decision that is best for the group...

  57. PROJ 587 WEEK 6 QUIZ SET

    those qualities in a team. 3. 3. Questions: (TCO F) The PMI® Code of Ethics is made up of four areas: responsibility, honesty, respect, and fairness. Discuss the area of responsibility and what it means for you, the project manager. 4. Questions: (TCO F) When developing a stakeholder...

  58. dante

    relate to the work of other scholars in this field. This paper will address the themes of primitivity, man and the natural planet, falsehood, and fairness critiquing these based on facts from the poem. First of all I will examine primitivity. Dante philosophically argues that incontinence is the only...

  59. The Fairness

    Up to now, I have learned many lessons about the nature, society, humans... And I realize that everything has certain fairness. Life is a product of nature and I believe that fairness always exists in it. If life gives me the telepathic ability, it can help me get everything I want. But I would definitely...

  60. Organizational Justice

    Distributive Justice Distributive Justice which is employee’s perceived fairness of the amount and allocation of rewards among individuals. Distributive fairness reflects how fair employees in an organization perceive the actual allocation of outcomes they receive to be. Problems with distributive justice...