1500 words maximum Students enrolled must produce an ethical case study to complete the course. From the list of suggested scenarios presented below, students should choose one scenario to develop as an ethical case study. The scenario chosen should be one which raises significant ethical questions about what is right and good or constitutes an ethically problematic situation for those involved.
1)Use the VIRTUE ETHICS ethical theories, Define Ethics and clearly explain the theory’s main points, and show how the theory is supposed to enable one to make good moral decisions.
Please use Virtue Ethics
2)Apply the ethical theory to one of the scenarios below and show what choice or course of action the theory would require and how the principles of the theory justify that choice or course of action.
3)What are 1 or 2 major strengths of the theory? What are 1 or 2 criticisms that are commonly found in the literature on this theory? Please note: when discussing strengths and criticisms of an ethical theory, you should draw on research and authoritative academic sources, not mere opinions. Do you think the theory can overcome the criticisms?
4) Explain (briefly) whether or not the chosen ethical theory will help you make ethical decisions or solve ethical problems in the future in your personal life or in the professional sphere, and why.
Tip: the first two sections should be longer than the last two sections; it is recommended that the number of words devoted to each section roughly fall within the following ranges:
Section 1 – 500 – 600 words
Section 2 – 400 – 500 words
Section 3 – 200 – 250 words
Section 4 – 100 – 150 words
Your Ethical Case Study would ideally incorporate five academic sources to be considered acceptable.
Scenario/Case Study 4 You work for the public service. In the course of your ordinary work, you receive an email that was not meant to be sent to you. It seems suspicious. When you read down through the history, it seems to suggest a politician is accepting bribes to give a certain business special preference when deciding to whom government contracts will be awarded. That is serious corruption! You mention it to your supervisor, but she tells you not to mention it to anybody. She says you could be fired for sharing an email that was not intended for you and that the politician could make your life hell. But you know he is doing the wrong thing – and you have a friend who is a journalist. You could leak the emails to her and she would make sure the public knew what was happening. What do you do? Remember to use the moral reasoning from your chosen ethical theory
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