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Flipped guides us back to the 60s as we follow two Teens

Flipped guides us back to the 60s as we follow two teens who both fall head over heels for each other but are out of sync in doing so We explore a boy and a girl Juli and Bryce and their wobbly roller coaster esque feelings for each other in the midst of family issues school issues friendship issues and issues with each other We also get a valuable insight or reminder into how rocky and unpredictable the teenage mind and heart can be Rob Reiner's Flipped is a rather lovely film but it never explores any unique territory nor feels expansive Still it has a healthy heart and only good intentions The two teens that we follow are Juli and Bryce Juli in retrospect is a far more likable and sympathetic character than Bryce in my eyes Juli appreciates the small things and has a pointed eye for beauty in the world She's A passionate smart and empathetic girl who has a concentrated infatuation for Bryce her next door neighbour who is almost the polar opposite to her He's A typical boy who is constantly annoyed and almost condescending when addressing Juli until of course these feelings are flipped as the film progresses 

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Niccolò di Bernardo dei Machiavelli Ethical Dilemmas

According to Niccolò di Bernardo dei Machiavelli ethical dilemmas occur because of a breakdown in the protocol of communication between the workers and agents at work An ethical dilemma refers to a strain between an organization agents who form part of the organization and the worker Fundamentally ethics are code of conducts which are supposed to define the cause and effect of every worker When these codes of ethics fail to fruit they result in what is termed as an ethical dilemma First Machiavelli states that an ethical dilemma occurs when an agent who is supposed to spell a decision on how things should be done fails to do so Secondly ethical dilemmas occur when individual workers in an organization fail to honor the stated and statured considerations of code of conduct within an organization Moreover ethical dilemmas refer to situations where an organization which lacks basic connotations of values and value systems fails to benefit or respond to the challenges of nature within an eve of business In this case workers will not be guided and catered for in various places of need As such this will result in a clash between an organization workers and the outside society Within an organization workers are supposed to assume and observe all the protocols of governance This is about transfer of information from one sector of an organization to another For instance if an organization has passed that all workers are supposed to be equitably treated this is supposed to transcend through all the structures of an organization Equality is a major or critical issue which must be observed at all times in an organization When problems or miscommunications occur within an organization and no one is responsive then an ethical dilemma has taken place For instance one of the basic ethical dilemmas is when the ranks of an organization are not transparent in their dealings

2 pages | 629 words