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Shining Path, a Maoist group established in the 1970s by Abimael Guzman, had by 1980 launched a revolutionary insurrection in the Peruvian countryside. When the movement's attempt to recruit Quechuan peasants to its cause ...
Issues at the End of Life: Caring Ethically: Peter A. Singer (2008)
Dr. Peter Singer "introduces end-of-life issues such as withholding versus withdrawing care, nutrition and hydration, euthanasia, and advance directives." [description from PHEN site]
Allocating Scarce Resources: Who Benefits? Robert M. Veatch (2008)
Dr. Robert M. Veatch "explores the values and tensions implicit in resource allocation decisions and offers a framework for ethical decision-making." [description from PHEN site]
Common Morality: A Principlist Approach: Robert M. Veatch (2008)
Dr. Robert Veatch "examines the principles of autonomy, beneficence, non-maleficence and justice and discusses their strengths and limitations." [description from PHEN site]
Duties or Consequences: Foundational Ideas: Alister Browne (2008)
Dr. Alister Browne "explores the differences between duty-based and utilitarian normative theories and where these fit within the broader context of ethics" [description from PHEN site]
Animal Care Matters (1993)
"This video is designed to aid institutions in providing effective education to animal research personnel as required by government regulations and guidelines. Included are discussions of the ethical and moral issues ...
And the Band Played on (1993)
"From Randy Shilts' best seller comes a powerful, enlightening and moving chronicle of our times. In the summer of 1981, few knew of the deadly disease we now call AIDS. And the Band Played On follows the struggle of a ...
More Sides to the Story: Faith Based Perspectives: Mary Lou Cranston (2008)
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If Symptoms Persist (2008)
"Shot in Accra, Ghana, If Symptoms Persist is a documentary on the issues regarding fake drugs in developing nations revealed by key stakeholders on the Ghanaian drug scene. The half-hour feature shows exclusive interviews ...
The Lobotomist (2008)
See review article by Daniel G. Stewart and Kenneth L. Davis in The American Journal of psychiatry 2008 April; 165(4): 457-458. The title is The Lobotomist.