ACC 260 Week 5 - DQ 1 - 7406

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I feel that each have great qualities but, I feel that the 5 question approach is the superior to the moral standards or even Pastin approach. The reason is because it looks at all the areas of how it is good for the areas in questions, and then asks if it is legal. Then while thinking fair for all as well as rights for all involved. The two approaches appear to only think of certain areas however, do not appear to think about everyone involved and whether it is legal.


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No, the 5-question approach is not superior to the moral standards or Pastin approach, they all are equally as important.  The 5-question approach is useful when there is a need for an orderly consideration for a problem, without external issues and when focus is needed by decision-process. The moral standards approach is used to examine the decision and how it respects the individuals rights and how it may impact each of the shareholders rights.  Pastin's approach is set with the concept of rule ethics, end point ethics, ground rule ethics, and social contract ethics.  Each of these approaches have in themselves significant importance

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I feel that each have great qualities but, I feel that the 5 question approach is the superior to the moral standards or even Pastin approach. The reason is because it looks at all the areas of how it is good for the areas in questions, and then asks if it is lega