ETH501 - Business Ethics Module 3 - SLP - 9985

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In the Module 3 SLP, we turn to information literacy: You will be exploring the resources and use of the TUI Library. Next, you will be learning how to evaluate the quality of your sources.

 

First, please review the following list of websites. These sites are prohibited from use in graduate-level papers, as they are not considered to be scholarly resources:

 

Prohibited Websites.

 

Please review the following articles relating to evaluation of sources:

 

Cornell University.  How to critically analyze information sources.  Retrieved March 31, 2011, from   http://olinuris.library.cornell.edu/ref/research/skill26.htm

 

University of California Berkeley.  Critical evaluation of resources.  Retrieved March 31, 2011, from http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/instruct/guides/evaluation.html

 

If you are unsure as to how to use the TUI Library, please review the tutorial located here (be sure to select the appropriate database – e.g., ProQuest, EBSCO, etc.):

 

http://support.trident.edu/student/library.html

 

Required:

 

In a 2-3 page SLP, please do the following:

 

Locate the following articles in the TUI Library using ProQuest. Then, using the Cornell University website as a guide, perform a critical evaluation of each article or source, explaining why each of the articles or sources below is a scholarly or non-scholarly resource. Give as many reasons as you are able for each resource below:

 

1)      “The Relevance of Responsibility to Ethical Business Decisions.”
Patrick E Murphy. Journal of Business Ethics. Dordrecht: Nov 2009. Vol. 90; p. 245

 

2)      “A True Believer Who Does Well by Seeking to Do Good.”
Wang, Penelope. Money. New York: May 1990. Vol. 19, Iss. 5; p. 177 (2 pages)

 

3)      “A Toy Maker’s Conscience.”
Jonathan Dee. New York Times Magazine. New York: Dec 23, 2007. p. 34 (6 pages)

 

4)      “75 years of lessons learned: chief executive officer values and corporate social responsibility.” Carol-Ann TetraultSirsly. Journal of Management History. Bradford: 2009. Vol. 15, Iss. 1; p. 78

 

5)      “Corporation communication, ethics, and operational identity: a case study of Benetton.” Janet L Borgerson, Jonathan E Schroeder, Martin Escudero Magnusson, Frank Magnusson. Business Ethics. Oxford: Jul 2009. Vol. 18, Iss. 3; p. 209

 

6)      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Business_ethics

 

7)      http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/ethics-business/

 

Expectations:

 

1) Your paper will be evaluated based on the rigor of your assessment of each of the above seven (7) sources. Be sure that you give as many reasons as you can as to why each source is a scholarly source or a non-scholarly source. Do not give bullet points, but write formally (in full sentences).

 

2) Be sure to follow the guidelines in the Well-Written Paper. To this extent, the Module 3 SLP will be graded using the following criteria:

 

·         Precision - Does the paper fully address the question(s) or task(s) in full?

 

·         Depth - Does the paper address all elements of the topic in sufficient depth? Does it include and apply the background readings and other background resources as appropriate?

 

·         Application - Are the concepts of the module appropriately applied in the SLP?

 

·         Organization - Is the paper organized in a coherent and systematic manner? Are headings included in all papers greater than 2 pages?

 

·         Clarity - Is the writing clear and the concepts articulated properly? 

 

 

 

 

 

Solution Description

 

In the Module 3 SLP, we turn to information literacy: You will be exploring the resources and use of the TUI Library. Next, you will be learning how to evaluate the quality of your sources.

 

First, please review the following list of websites. These sites are prohibited from use in graduate-level papers, as they are not considered to be scholarly resources:

 

Prohibited Websites.

 

Please review the following articles relating to evaluation of sources:

 

Cornell University.  How to critically analyze information sources.  Retrieved March 31, 2011, from   http://olinuris.library.cornell.edu/ref/research/skill26.htm

 

University of California Berkeley.  Critical evaluation of resources.  Retrieved March 31, 20

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