Academic Freedom Essays
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Throughout time, the United States has continuously failed to meet the minority’s needs. For this reason, there’s a set of government policies called affirmative action, implemented across 41 states, used to redress historic injustices. Affirmative action helps specific groups, minorities, by making special efforts to provide members of these groups with hiring and learning advancement. Affirmative action is an important and necessary policy to make the employment and educational field fair for minorities due to their lack of representation in...
The ethics of collaborative research: co-authoring, disseminating of research outcomes, the ethics of research teams. I strongly believe that the ethics of collaborative research in regards to co-authoring, disseminating of research outcomes, and ethics of research teams should be carefully explored and scrutinized in the context in which research in the field of sociology is mostly done in teams of experts of different background. A good ethical collaboration among the team members is thus of upmost importance for the purpose...
Research study on Confucius Institute about Cultural Invasion Abstract According to Merriam- Webster Dictionary, definition of culture is “the customary beliefs, social forms, and material traits of a racial, religious, or social group also: the characteristic features of everyday existence (such as diversions or a way of life) shared by people in a place or time.” Definition of invasion is “ the incoming or spread of something usually hurtful”. Combine the two definitions together, what cultural invasion means the incoming...
The main topic of this refers analysis regards how David Horowitz, a widely recognized conservative political analyst, aims to make free speech an absolute right in the United States by situation this First Amendment protection within the context of academic freedom. When Horowitz founded The David Horowitz Freedom Center (DHFC) as the Center for the Study of Popular Culture (CSPs) in 1988, he originally intended to establish a constructive dialogue between liberals and conservatives whose divisive political views prompted questions...
In this essay I argue that the autonomy of science is under threat, both at the individual and institutional level, but that the landscape of science has changed, and accordingly, the concept should be updated to reflect contemporary society. I will argue this claim based on assessment of autonomy of science over time, incorporating arguments and counterarguments. The essay will firstly define autonomy of science in the general sense, followed by a brief section outlining its philosophical justifications. Next, I...