Stealing and Ethics Integrating Sources, homework help

Humanities

Instructions

Supporting your ethical decisions adds credibility to your views. Articulating the connection between your choices and credible sources will add weight to your input and decision-making.

Demonstrate how you integrate support into your work this week. Explain clearly, using a formal tone, how 2 pieces of support reinforce your answer. When complete, this assignment should consist of at least 3 paragraphs, with 2 pieces of support integrated into each paragraph, and a reference page.

  • Answer each question below with a minimum of one paragraph each (3-4 sentences).  

  • Choose 2 pieces of support from the week’s material related to each question’s answer.

  • Summarize your chosen support. Do not use quotations!

  • Integrate the support into the paragraph. An example is provided below.

  • In each answer, clearly explain how the summaries support your answers to the questions below.  An example is provided below.

  • Cite the support using APA guidelines.

  • Provide a reference page.

Questions:

  1. Is stealing always unethical? You may not choose a neutral stance.

  2. Would Immanuel Kant agree or disagree with your stance?

  3. How do emotion and reason influence your response?

Example:

Inclusion of the tribe in the basic research methods is crucial. Tiered consent has been shown to be the most successful method for obtaining consent for long-term specimen research among collectivist cultures (Holmes, 2006), and using this method would involve the tribe directly with the process, encouraging engagement of the tribal elders, who in the past, have been resistant to research involving specimen storage of any kind. According to Mendelson (2009), collectivist cultures such as the Havasupai become more engaged if deeply involved in the decision-making process, and may add input that can help direct research methods. Including the tribal elders in the Institutional Review Board (IRB) and the plan for storage and disposal of specimens will help to honor tribal customs and encourage trust between researchers and tribal members.

(Holmes and Mendelson would be referenced on a separate reference page.)

Documents to help you…

  • Grading rubric for this assignment (Course Lounge) 

  • “Writing an Ethics Paper” (Course Lounge) 

  • Hondros College APA Style Guide (APA Resources tab)

  • APA Paper Template (APA Resources tab)

Interactive APA Checklist

Before submitting your paper, use the interactive APA Formatting Checklist to make sure that you meet all of the APA Style requirements for this assignment. Answer the questions honestly, and you will be directed to resources to help you complete this aspect of the assignment.

Readings and Required Materials

  • Rachels, J. & Rachels, S. (2015). The elements of moral philosophy (8th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Education.   — Chapter 9 (pp. 126-35) and Chapter 10 (pp. 137-43)

  • Purtilo, R. B. & Doherty, R. F. (2011). Ethical dimensions in the health professions (5th ed.). St. Louis, MO: Elsevier Saunders. — Chapter 4, Story on pp 68-69, “Taking Duties Seriously” on pp. 89-90

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