ETH501 - Business Ethics Module 1 - SLP - 9981

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Objectives

 

In the Module 1 SLP, you will be given requirements for structuring the papers you will write throughout your degree program. In this module, we will discuss the requirements for structuring all future papers (Case and SLP).

To begin, please review pages 1-7 (up to and including the section entitled “Body”) of the Trident University International Well-Written Paper PowerPoint guide. For Module 1, please disregard the last bullet point beginning “Support your points by citing…” as we will address reference and citation requirements in the Module 2 SLP.

Then read pages 13 and 17 of the Well-Written Paper guide (“Conclusion” and “Helpful Formatting Tips” sections).

Note the following:

1)      All papers must be properly and professionally written – i.e., they must be free of grammatical, spelling, and punctuation errors, and they must follow proper capitalization rules.

2)      All papers must be carefully proofread.

3)      All papers must be coherently written, well-organized, and logically supported.

4)      Headings must be used in all papers.

5)      Note the basic elements that must be included: cover page, introduction, body, conclusion, and reference page. Carefully note the requirements of each!

6)      Note the formatting requirements on page 17 – you must:

1.     Include one-inch margins (left, right, top, and bottom);

2.     Use Times-New Roman 12-point font, and

3.     Double-space all papers.

Please thoroughly review the Purdue Owl guidelines for writing papers. This websites provides a high-quality overview relating to such issues as writing mechanics and usage of grammar:

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/1/

Required:

For the Module 1 SLP, please use the above guidelines, and write a 2-3 page paper in which you address the following:

1) Describe an ethical problem you have confronted in a business situation;

2) Describe the deontological implications of the ethical problem you have described;

3) If the problem was resolved: a) Tell me how the problem was resolved; b) Whether you agree with how the problem was resolved; and c) Whether the problem was resolved consistent with the principles of deontological ethics (see *** italicized below).

4) If the problem has not yet been resolved: a) Tell me how you would resolve it; and b) Whether your resolution would be consistent with deontological ethics (see *** italicized below).

Expectations:

1) Your SLP will be graded on your ability to accurately state the deontological implications of the business ethics problem you have identified, and to what extent the resolution of the problem is consistent with deontological ethics. *** Remember that there are no right or wrong answers here - as you will learn, deontology isnotthe only way to view a business ethics problem, but you must use sound logic in your assessment of the problem.

2) Your SLP will be graded on the extent to which you adhere to the TUI Well-Written Paper guidelines. Please be sure that your paper is formatted properly, and that you follow all guidelines - e.g., appropriate use of headings, margins, Times New Roman 12 pt. font, double-spacing, etc.

 

 

Solution Description

 

Objectives

 

In the Module 1 SLP, you will be given requirements for structuring the papers you will write throughout your degree program. In this module, we will discuss the requirements for structuring all future papers (Case and SLP).

To begin, please review pages 1-7 (up to and including the section entitled “Body”) of the Trident University International Well-Written Paper PowerPoint guide. For Module 1, please disregard the last bullet point beginning “Support your points by citing…” as we will

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