HM 98: Assignment 3: Means and Ends Branching Scenario Paper

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Assignment 3: Means and Ends Branching Scenario Paper Synthesize what you learned from experiencing the Means and Ends branching scenario (http://extmedia.kaplan.edu/legal/HM598/Unit_7/index.html) and from the assigned Reading for this unit. Write a minimum 4 page paper that addresses the question: “Do the Ends Justify the Means?” Include the following in your paper: • What decisions did you explore in the scenario that helped protect people and their property? • Were the decisions effective? • What were the social and ethical implications of those decisions? Relate your experiences in the branched scenario to other real-world examples. Include an analysis and evaluation of at least five decisions made to protect people, and the ethical implications of those decisions. Support your discussion and evaluation with a minimum of four scholarly, peer-reviewed references in addition to the Unit Readings.

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1MEANS AND ENDS RANCHINGTERM PAPERNameStudent AffiliationDate2MEANS AND ENDS RANCHINGPROTECTING LIVES DURING A DISASTERThe world is confronting an expanding recurrence of catastrophes both natural and manmade, and this has led to massive destructions and loss of human lives. The secretariat of theInternational Strategy for Disaster Reduction earlier reported that in the last ten years they haveseen 478,100 deaths with over 2. 5 billion victims and close to US$ 690 billion in monetary havebeen spent to deal with disaster management. Calamities activated by hydro-meteorological perilssummed for 97 percent of the aggregate individuals influenced by fiascos, and 60 percent of theaggregate monetary misfortunes. The reports also showed that some of this disaster were avoidableand could be prevented. Practices such as deforestation, both legitimate and unlawful, added to theoccurrence of flooding and avalanches; however this is just the latest proof of the significance ofastute natural administration for debacle hazard reduction (Brebbia, 2011).Around the world, land utilization changes are dissolving the common cushions that shieldgroups from danger. These same changes regularly disintegrate individuals' ability to recuperatefrom the fiasco. Other natural changes, for example, anthropogenic an Earth-wide temperatureboost, pose new difficulties to the security and manageability of disasters far and wide. There are,on the other hand, chances to lessen debacl

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