5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- value clarification
- a an ethical theory that promotes action based on the end results that produces the most good for the most people.
- b a valid, legally recognized claim or entitlement, encompassing both freedom from government interference or discriminatory treatment and entitlement to a benefit or service
- c a process of self-exploration through which individuals identify and rank their own personal values.
- d ideas or concepts that give meaning to an individual's life.
- e written untruths that are harmful to someone's reputation
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- When there is no restriction whatsoever on the individuals entitlement.
- The right to refuse medication and the right to the least restrictive treatment alternative.
- making false or malicious statements about a persons character or reputation
- An offensive touching or use of force on a person without his or her consent.
- One's duty to benefit or promote the good of others
5 True/False Questions
involuntary commitment → Procedure of placing some mentally ill people in a psychiatric hospital or other facility based on their potential danger to themselves or others, or their inability to care for themselves
Ethical dilemmas → requires a person to make a choice between two equally unfavorable alternatives. occur when moral appeals can be made for taking either of two opposing courses of action. taking no action is considered an action taken
false imprisonment → depriving a person of freedom of movement without consent and without privilege
veracity → one's duty to be truthful always
slander → words falsely spoken that damage the reputation of another