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This assignment has the following three parts:

  • In Part 1 you will describe an ethical or moral dilemma that you have experienced.
  • In Part 2 you will analyze it.
  • In Part 3 you will reflect on it.

Part 1: Description (No more than 500 words)

Discuss an ethical or moral dilemma that you have experienced in the workplace. Give as many details as possible within the word limit.

Please include relevant information. The following list is a guide only: (You can replace the real names and places with fictional ones)

  • Describe the situation
  • Who was involved
  • Where did the situation take place?
  • When did it happen and what was going on?
  • What were the values or norms that were in conflict?
  • Describe your thoughts and feeling at the time.
  • Describe what you did. (How was the dilemma resolved or what was the outcome?)
  • Rate your decision. On a scale from 1-10, how happy were you with your decision?
    (1 = Very unhappy 10 = Very happy) and state why you thought that.


Part 2: Analysis (At least 1,000 words)

In this section, you are going to analyze the ethical or moral dilemma described in Part 1 above.

Please include the following:

  • Choose two normative ethical theories (one from Consequentialism and one from Non-consequentialism).
  • Use those two ethical theories to analyze the ethical or moral dilemma described in Part 1.

    (In other words, you are going to view the ethical dilemma from 3 perspectives. Your own in Part 1 and from one Consequentialist and one Non-consequentialist in Part 2)

Part C: Reflection (No more than 500 words)

In this section, you are going to reflect on your initial decision.

Please include the following:

  • Did any of the ethical theories discussed in Part 2 make you happier with the decision you made in Part 1? Why? or Why not?
  • Did any of the ethical theories discussed in Part 2 make you less happy with the decision you made in Part 1? Why? or Why not?
  • If you were in that same situation again would you make the same decision again? Why? or Why not?
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