Part Four of the Milestone Project! Rubric & specific instructions attached! Thank you again so much 🙂
What are the main reasons employers monitor workers? Provide examples of three types of employee monitoring that you feel are justified. Provide three examples of three types of employee monitoring you feel are not justified.
Minimum of 250 words:
Your insurance company provides incentives to encourage the majority of your enrollees to use a wearable device to monitor their health. Your campaign is highly successful and your company now has big data on over 60% of enrollees. You decide to use this data in to decrease the your payments for health insurance coverage. Using the information in Chapter 7, provide an ethics-based argument for taking this action and an argument against this action. What are your conclusions about ethics and PHI?
-For the 1st source use the uploaded file
Morrison, E. E., & Furlong, B. (2018). Health Care Ethics: Critical Issues for the 21st Century (4th ed.). Jones & Bartlett Learning.
Read your article critically. Then write a 500-700 word response in which you:
1. state the position of the author
2. reconstruct and explain one of the author’s supporting arguments.
3. give critical analysis where you state whether you think the argument is strong or weak and give reasons.
Follow this template:
1. Introduce topic; provide some background information.
◦ Describe any relevant statistics, current policies or practices.
2. Identify values or highest goods and any conflicting goods.
◦ Use concepts from value theory: intrinsic and instrumental goods.
3. Address your topic from the consequentialist perspective.
◦ Address some of Bentham’s points.
4. Address topic from the deontological perspective.
◦ Apply any of Kant’s principles.
5. Address the topic from the virtue perspective.
◦ Identify at least two of the four cardinal virtues.
◦ Illustrate any problems/challenges with values, principles, or relativism/objectivism.
◦ Describe any elements of these ideas that you find helpful to the topic.
◦ Describe which theory you find the most compelling.
1st source :Textbook- James Rachels and Stuart Rachels. The Elements of Moral Philosophy, 9th Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2019. ISBN: 978-1259914256
2nd source : Julie annas podcast on virtue- https://philosophybites.com/2014/12/julia-annas-on-what-is-virtue-ethics-for.html
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Write a 500 word summary of the argument in one of the following articles that we read last week from Part I ofThe Ethical Life.
Brad Hooker, “The Elements of Well-Being” (37-52)
Susan Wolf, “Happiness and Meaning: Two Aspects of the Good Life” (53-70)
In your argument summary, make sure to do the four things outlined in the rubric.
Identify the central claim
Identify at least one of the central reasons given in defense of that claim
Explain the connection between the central claim and the reasons given in support of that claim (e.g. with specific examples, clear definitions of terms, and nuanced distinctions between concepts)
Cite or reference relevant passages from the text to support your interpretation
Continuation from milestone 2: In Milestone Three, you will apply the APA Code of Ethics to your chosen case study vignette and expand the outline of your final case study analysis paper you began in Milestone Two. Detailed instructions attached with rubric and guidelines, as well as milestone 2 for reference.
Consider the broader cultural context of this simulation experience, by articulating insights into own cultural rules and biases, and showing empathy by recognising intellectual and emotional dimensions of more than one worldview
Select significant examples from your experience to support your reflection. Where possible, link these examples to relevant academic theory (e.g. ethics, ethical decision making, leadership, roles, etc.)
Cultural awareness and empathy
Includes reference to: articulating insights into own cultural rules and biases; interpreting intercultural experience from the perspectives of own and other worldviews.
Excellently articulates insights into own cultural rules and biases (e.g. seeking complexity; aware of how their experiences have shaped these rules, and how to recognise and respond to cultural biases, resulting in a shift in self-description.) Superbly interprets intercultural experience from multiple perspectives and exceedingly demonstrates ability to act in a supportive manner that recognises the feelings of another cultural group.
In this assignment you will critique a piece of your choice with the subject being Servant Leadership. The Critique should include: A comparison and contrast of piece as discussed in Northouse, the Seminal Work, A reflective statement (what did you learn, how did you feel about it/what did you think of the piece, and how can you use it). Submission Instructions: The paper is to be clear and concise and students will lose points for improper grammar, punctuation, and misspelling. The paper is to be 2 pages double-spaced. Grading Rubric Your assignment will be graded according to the grading rubric. Journal Article Critiques (1) Journal Article Critiques (1) Criteria Ratings Pts What did you Learn view longer description 2 pts Full Marks 0 pts No Marks / 2 pts Feel/Think of Piece view longer description 2 pts Full Marks 0 pts No Marks / 2 pts How can you use it view longer description 2 pts Full Marks 0 pts No Marks / 2 pts Theoretical/Scholarly Works Identified view longer description 2 pts Full Marks 0 pts No Marks / 2 pts Writing/Lanugage Effectiveness, Grammar, etc. view longer description 2 pts Full Marks 0 pts No Marks / 2 pts Total Points: 0
Business Ethics Presentation Assignment Reading: Gustafson, A. In defense of a utilitarian business ethic. Objective: To read, understand the main topics, and synthesize each chapter. Break down each passage assigned and summarize the main points of each subheading. Assigned section: Common Criticisms and Responses Pages 334-351 Subheadings: – Common Criticisms and Responses – Convenience: Utilitarianism Has No Principles: Justice and Rights Go out the Window – Supererogatory: Utilitarianism when followed leads to futile actions – Majority Bias: Utilitarianism is biased in favor of majority, and so, is unfair to minority rights. – Motivation: Utilitarianism is irrational and impractical because we have no motivation to obey the greatest happiness principle. – Calculation: Utilitarian Calculation is not possible because we cannot determine maximal happiness. Note: I am creating a power point slide show on this part of the reading and need all the main parts summarized so I can take the information and create my own slides. I would like you to break down each subheading individually, so I know what section is summarized! Don’t forget to focus on his Ideology and view on the topics within these sections as I will have to expand on that as well. You may need to read the whole reading to fully understand his view on the topic!