https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1BPxdH0WkUf2_pCJODxOrM5XIdIVeOeuG?usp=sharing (link to the case study & pdf of textbook for references)
Analyze the ethical issues involved in the case study utilizing the steps of the Potter Box method. Decide what the ethical position should be and defend your decision using the philosophies and/or decision-making processes discussed in the book.
Write in the third person and emphasize reasoning and logic Show your reasoning process. Use the Potter Box, labeling each section of the box in your paper. Remember, after the end of the box, to discuss how you reasoned through the box to reach your conclusion about the ethics of the case.
1. Clearly state the facts of the case study in the beginning/first paragraph. Facts section clearly and adequately describes the facts of the situation.
2. Then on the second paragraph provide 3 values and explain why it is relevant to the case. These are values the writer determines are important to consider in the case, not guesses at the values of people involved in the case. Reference the textbook.
3. On the third paragraph provide 3 ethical principles, clearly explain why it is relevant to your decision. Principles section states which ethical principles should be used in reaching a decision, and why.
4. In the fourth paragraph provide 3 loyalties and explain their relevance. Loyalties section discusses to whom primary loyalties belong, and discusses the dilemmas faced in making choices; includes references to the textbook and other reading.
5. Fifth paragraph is closing statement, reiterate your position and final judgement. Judgment section presents the process the writer went through in making a final decision, with references to the textbook and other reading.
The paper should frame arguments in terms of the philosophies and decision-making processes discussed in the textbook and it emphasizes reasoning and logic and avoids personal opinion.
The paper should also explain the philosophies and the process the writer went through in making a final decision