The invention of the concept of “Race” by European scholars in the early modern period (1500-1800 AD)

The invention of the concept of “Race” by European scholars in the early modern period (1500-1800 AD)
Write a 12 page essay (with an introduction, main body of argument, and conclusion) and answer the following question:
1) How and why did European scholars invent the concept of “race” in the early modern period? The “early modern period” is between 1500-1800 AD.

Letter of Complaint/Compliment as a Form of Argument

Letter of Complaint/Compliment as a Form of Argument
Write a professional claim letter to an actual person at an actual business or organization about an experience you actually had. You may either:
• lodge a complaint with a company or organization for the disappointing quality of a product or service you received, or
• commend a company or organization for the superb quality of service or goods you received from them, or
• suggest that a company or organization change a policy or service that is flawed.
General guidelines for a business letter and sample letters are posted in this module to help you with this assignment.
You do not have to actually mail the letter but may do so if you wish. Let us know the response if you receive one! Do not include the envelope with your assignment.
On a separate page, write a brief analysis of your argument. Include the following information: What is the purpose of your argument (persuade, convince, negotiate, inform) and what do you hope to achieve by writing the letter? What do you think is the strongest feature of your letter and why? The weakest? Did you mail the letter? DO NOT FORGET THIS PART!
Your letter and analysis are due no later than NOON the date specified on your calendar. Follow the directions in this module for submitting your assignment.
You are responsible for ensuring that you send the correct document. If you send the “wrong” file, a blank file, an improperly formatted file, etc., and it is not corrected prior to the deadline, you WILL receive a zero on the assignment. I strongly suggest you turn in assignments on the night before the due date to allow yourself time to check them for errors in the event you need to resubmit them by the deadline.
Your letter, which is worth 50 points, will be graded according to the following criteria (10 points each):
• Purpose: Does the letter inform readers of a problem? Does the request seem reasonable in light of the complaint? Does the letter direct and convince readers to take action? Be sure your purpose is clear; in other words, if you expect a change in service before you return to the business, be sure you say so.
• Reader: Is the letter addressed to a specific reader or department? Is there some mention of your history with the company? Is there a quick, clear statement of purpose early in the letter? Are the claim and evidence convincing and reasonable? Is there a clear request for what you want done?
• Information: Is there a clear description of the problem? Are all essential pieces of evidence (copies of receipt, proof of purchase, bills, previous correspondence, etc.) included? Is the request detailed enough to act on? Is contact information provided for a response? Do you provide dates/times/names whenever possible?
• Organization: Does the letter follow a traditional business letter format? Does the argument follow a logical pattern (chronological, point-to-point, etc.)? Are lists used for point-by-point descriptions of problems, chronological arrangements of events, or in other appropriate situations? Is there a clear statement of purpose early in the letter?
• Style: Is the letter free from mechanical errors? Is the tone professional – firm yet polite and reasonable? Is the writing style enjoyable, clear, and concise? Is the letter signed?
Please ask questions if you have any

Human Rights Law – Protection of the Environment and Environmental Rights through Criminal Law

Human Rights Law – Protection of the Environment and Environmental Rights through Criminal Law
To consider: History has been witness to many deliberate acts aimed at destroying the natural environment in order to achieve strategic goals. Recent (and not so recent) examples include:
1. Towards the end of the first Iraq conflict, 736 Kuwaiti oil well heads were deliberately ignited by retreating Iraqi forces.
2. The draining of the al-Hawizeh and al-Hammar marshes in southern Iraq by the Saddam regime, effectively destroying the livelihood of the 500,000 Marsh Arabs who had inhabited the area.
3. The razing of Dili, East Timor, by Indonesian troops and paramilitary forces in 1999 after the East Timorese people voted for independence from Indonesia.
4. The effects of the use of certain weapons during armed conflict, such as the effects of Napalm and Agent Orange during the Vietnam war, and significant damage in Hiroshima and Nagasaki from the use of nuclear weapons in WWII.
In recent years we have also seen very serious accidents resulting in massive environmental damage and pollution. Examples are:
1. The Exxon Valdez disaster in 1989 which resulted in approximately 38,000 metric tonnes of crude oil being spilled, affecting 1300 miles of Alaskan coastline.
2. The 1986 Chernobyl nuclear reactor disaster which resulted in radiation being spread over a 20 mile radius. Following the accident, 116,000 people were evacuated and between 1990 and 1995 an additional 210,000 people were resettled.
3. The BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill of 2010 in the Gulf of Mexico, which gushed for 87 days, and was the biggest accidental marine oil spill in history.
4. The 2011 Fukushima nuclear meltdown and release of radioactive materials, triggered by an earthquake and tsunami – the biggest nuclear disaster since Chernobyl.
This negotiation involves:
1. Member States of the General Assembly (comprising representatives from both developed and developing countries) wishing to sponsor a resolution in general terms calling for the protection of the environment through international criminal law, but leaving the details of protection to each individual State; (Group 3.1) ****I’m refutting hypothetical possible arguments that I can create, that they may bring to light****
2. Representatives of international environmental groups, calling for mandatory protection of the environment, for cases of very serious environmental damage caused either deliberately or accidentally, through a new international convention on “Crimes Against the Environment”. (Group 3.2) ***I’m representing this group****

Take a position by answering-is it possible to define and measure happiness?

Take a position by answering-is it possible to define and measure happiness?
An argument synthesis essay utilizes the skills that you have developed in previous essays. You must be able to critically read and summarize the source materials. The goal of an argument synthesis is to use evidence from all of the sources to persuade the reader that a particular claim is true. For this essay, you will take a position (make your claim) by answering: Is it possible to define and measure happiness? This is not a simple yes or no answer. You must argue your position, recognize and present at least 2 valid counterarguments (to your claim), and offer responses to those counterarguments. You must summarize and critique each source and show the relationship among all of these sources. You will write a 5-6 page argument synthesis with evidence from 4-5 sources. You will choose your 4-5 sources from the list provided (below). You must synthesize at least 4 of your chosen sources. At least 2 of the sources must come from Chapter 12 (WRAC). The idea of showing connections (synthesis) among sources is sometimes confusing; the essay worksheet will assist you in setting up these connections.
Sources:
– “Pig Happiness” Lynne McFall (WRAC – 410)
– “In Pursuit of Happiness” Mark Kingwell (WRAC – 413)
– “Happy Like God” Simon Critchley (WRAC – 448)
– “A Critique of Positive Psychology” Richard Schoch (WRAC – 451)
– “Some Dark Thoughts on Happiness” Jennifer Senior (WRAC – 422)
– “The New Science of Happiness” Claudia Wallis (Time)
http://www.time.com/time/printout/0,8816,1015902,00.html
– “Can Happiness Be Measured” Susanna Rustin (The Guardian)
http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2012/jul/20/wellbeing-index-happiness-julian-baggini
– “Do official measures of happiness take all relevant factors into account?” Arianna Huffington (Chicago Tribune)
http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2013-08-08/opinion/sns-201308081130–tms–ahuffcoltq–m-a20130808-20130808_1_angus-deaton-happiness-survey-questions
Use MLA documentation and format. Click here for MLA Format Tutorial. The essay is to be typed in 11/12 point font (standard font, such as Times New Roman) and double spaced. You must have a works cited page.
Steps for a successful argument synthesis:
– Read the articles carefully. Establish the purpose.
– Reread the articles. Underline each stage of thought. Highlight evidence.
– Title the synthesis. Offer a creative title.
– Summarize the main ideas of each author.
– Evaluate and Choose ideas/evidence that support your claim.
– Define Your Purpose. You need a clear understanding of your claim.
– Make a Claim. This is your thesis. The claim is the point you are trying to prove.
– Summarize, Paraphrase, and Quote the supporting evidence.
– Organize the source evidence. Decide which information is useful and where you will place it in your essay. It works well to save the most important evidence for the end.
– Counterargument. You must use one of the source articles as a counterargument (you can’t agree with both sides of your argument). Evaluate the opposing viewpoint for validity. Is the information accurate? Are the arguments logical? Are there any logical fallacies?
– Choose Your Argument Style. What is the most effective way to argue your claim? How should you present the source evidence?
– Use Proper MLA Citation of Sources. Check your handbook.
– Check for transitions. Do not write in short, choppy sentences.
– Check for grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
– As with all academic level essays, DO NOT WRITE IN FIRST PERSON (no I, me, my…).
Function. The function of an argumentative essay is to demonstrate that your opinion/position is the more accurate or logical choice.
Reasoning. The argumentative essay must employ an argument of reason, induction, discussion, and a conclusion. It is not simply your opinion. It must not be an emotionally charged argument.
Fallacies. Do not commit the logical fallacies discussed in the textbook. You do want to point out these fallacies as they are committed by the opposing viewpoint.
The Thesis. This is your claim or answer to a specific issue. The thesis
is WHAT you believe.
The Argument. The argument involves the reasoning you use to support your opinion/position. This is the framework for your support. The argument is WHY you believe it.
The Counter-argument. You must present a fair counter-argument for the opposing viewpoint. In order to present a balanced counter-argument, you must have a clear understanding of the issue (not just your side of the argument).
The Refutation. This is your reasoned, supported response to the opposition’s argument. You need to explain why/how your position is more reasonable/logical than that of the opposing side. Look for invalid arguments. Point out flaws in the evidence given by the opposing viewpoint.
Support/Evidence. You must provide valid and reliable evidence

Critically evaluate Raws’ theory of Social Justice. Are his main arguments for Social Justice Convincing or is there a viable alternative

Critically evaluate Raws’ theory of Social Justice. Are his main arguments for Social Justice Convincing or is there a viable alternative
To answer this question it may be important to have the book John Rawls’ A Theory of Jutice as this is a key piece of reading for the subject. You may need to use sources not only from sociology but as well as psychology, politics etc.

Critically evaluate Raws’ theory of Social Justice. Are his main arguments for Social Justice Convincing or is there a viable alternative

Critically evaluate Raws’ theory of Social Justice. Are his main arguments for Social Justice Convincing or is there a viable alternative
To answer this question it may be important to have the book John Rawls’ A Theory of Jutice as this is a key piece of reading for the subject. You may need to use sources not only from sociology but as well as psychology, politics etc.

M.E. is a 29-year-old woman with a 7-month history of heavy, irregular menses, a 5-lb weight gain, constipation, and decreased energy.

M.E. is a 29-year-old woman with a 7-month history of heavy, irregular menses, a 5-lb weight gain, constipation, and decreased energy. Her past history is unremarkable. She takes no prescription medications but uses iron and calcium supplements. She has a family history of thyroid disease. On examination, her weight is 152 lbs, her heart rate is 64 bpm, and her blood pressure is 138/86. Her thyroid gland is mildly enlarged, without nodularity. She has trace edema in her lower extremities, and her reflexes are slow. Laboratory studies are as follows: TSH is 15.3 mIU/mL (elevated), free T4 is 0.3 mIU/mL, and total cholesterol is 276 mg/mL.

Diagnosis: Primary hypothyroidism

Answer the following questions. Include two references, cited in APA style.

  1. List specific goals of treatment for M.E.
  2. What drug therapy would you prescribe? Why?
  3. What are the parameters for monitoring the success of the therapy?
  4. Discuss specific patient education based on the prescribed therapy.
  5. List one or two adverse reactions for the selected agent that would cause you to change therapy.
  6. What would be the choice for second-line therapy?
  7. What over-the-counter and/or alternative medications would be appropriate for M.E.?
  8. What lifestyle changes would you recommend to M.E.?
  9. Describe one or two drug–drug or drug–food interactions for the selected agent.

International financial markets

International financial markets
The organization of international financial markets (debt, equity, foreign exchange, derivative) and their role in international trade and economic performance.
Learning Outcomes Examined
• Understand the organization of financial markets under the international economic and financial system;
• Discuss the risks and opportunities related to the international financial markets;
• Critically evaluate the roles/functions of financial markets in worldwide investment, production and consumption etc;
• Search for information from different sources;
• Write and reason in an academic manner.
NOTE: Students must submit the coursework on 7/12/2013.
Essay Marking Criteria Guidelines
The guidelines below reflect the standards of work expected at the postgraduate level. Essays will be double marked (normally marked by the module leader and then moderated by another member of staff) . All essays will be made available to the external examiner(s).
70% and above (Distinction)
• As for the (60-69%) below plus:
o Shows clear evidence of wide and relevant reading (including sufficient relevant journal articles)
o Develops sufficient convincing and intelligent arguments
o Provides a balanced engagement between factual details, theoretical issues and critical analyses/argument
o Shows a willingness to offer original thinking or a good ability to reconcile different opinions
o is structured in a logical manner, with a scholarly written introduction and conclusion
o Cites and references properly
o References above 40

Discuss Psychological needs and how they apply in society.

Discuss Psychological needs and how they apply in society.
1) What is the topic?
2) What are the main points of the topic?
3) What are the criticisms, if any?
4) Reflection: Some examples to think about are what your understanding of the
topic is, how you can relate it to your work or life today, what new information
have you learned, is it important that we have knowledge of this topic, or do you
agree or disagree with the topic at hand.
Besides the textbook, other materials can be used in writing of this report such as articles,books, or case examples. Please use APA or MLA format for citing within the body of your paper and reference page. 4 pages double-spaced (10 to 12 font only)
One of the refs need to be from:
Reeve, J. (2009). Understanding Motivation and Emotion. (5th ed.). NJ: Wiley & Sons, Inc.
ISBN: 978-0-470-39223-2

Ethics in Business Assignment Case.

Ethics in Business Assignment Case.
Discrimination?
Topic: Marketing Management, Advertising and Selling.
Characters: Anja: Brand Manager for floor cleaning system.
Hugo: Assistant Brand Manager
Anja is a Brand Manager at a large consumer goods company. The position is one that Hugo aspires to. Anja has spent the last six months working on an important new marketing plan for a floor cleaning system. Anja’s superior has approved the plan and believes that successful execution of it would likely result in Anja’s being promoted to a different, more desirable product line.
It bothers Hugo that the marketing plan calls for the product to be associated with a series of spokespersons who are physically unattractive. He feels this plan promulgates a stereotype which results in discrimination that hurts people born with lower physical attractiveness. Anja (a very physically attractive young woman) feels strongly that persons of less physical attractiveness are the most credible for this product. In fact, Anja supports this notion with a specific article in a top marketing journal. The article reports empirical evidence showing that it is financially advantageous to use physically unattractive spokespersons when marketing mundane products (such as those for cleaning and cooking). One advertising agency has made a parody of this in the commercial for ‘Plenty’ using Brenda and Audrey who are large comical men dressed as women. See below for some links giving examples.
The same article reports it financially beneficial to use physically attractive spokespersons when marketing glamorous products (such as perfumes and luxury cars). See below for a link giving an example:
For a special college project, Hugo had reviewed over 1,000 scientific studies pertaining to “the physical attractiveness phenomenon.” He found ample documentation showing discrimination that is subtle, pervasive, and powerful. Specifically, attractive people are valued more by society than are those who are unattractive. He found that unattractive people are disadvantaged in employment, education, and throughout life. The differences are internalized, resulting in lower self-esteem, inferior social skills, and higher blood pressure. Other results include a significant role in the increase of eating disorders (obesity, bulimia and anorexia) as well as cosmetic surgery by people who often cannot afford it. Recently, Hugo has read that this discrimination is becoming an increasingly important social issue with new developments that include boycotts and lawsuits.
Hugo, a marketing graduate from Oxford Brookes University, has long been disturbed by marketing practices that promulgate the physical attractiveness phenomenon. For example, he has noticed that when comparative advertising is used, a physically attractive person is combined with the “right” product or the right choice and a physically unattractive person with the “wrong” product or choice.
q1. Place yourself in the role of Hugo identify and evaluate the ethical issues that the case presents to him and demonstrate your capability to make an ethically reasoned decision about what actions he should take in this scenario. (80 Marks)
q2. Explain what you found most challenging in the application of ethical theory to make the decision in the case study? (10 Marks)
q3 Reviewing your experience, of the module overall, comment on how your understanding and approach to ethical reasoning has been changed, when reflecting on the following 3 arenas of ethical decision making i.e. Individual, Organisational and Systemic. (10 marks)
Some pointers:
In QUESTION ONE the case study question can be best answered by using the seven step model applying a Utilitarian, Kantian and Justice approaches.
This module is conceptualised as an opportunity to work through some of our taken for granted assumptions about ethical decision making. Hopefully it has not just been an academic exercise for you. The reflective element in question two and three is designed to enhance the quality of your learning experience. Reflection is more than gaining knowledge. It helps you to: (i) explore the foundations of that knowledge; (ii) strengthen understanding; (iii) increase awareness of the values and attitudes that influence it. The two questions above should guide you through this process as follows:
In QUESTION TWO is designed to help you reflect on the various stages of the process (reading the case, understanding the evaluative method and ethical theories, forming views, reflect on these views and react to them). You should then reach a conceptualisation of this process that distinguishes the ‘integration of knowledge phase’ i.e. understanding the ethical theories and the evaluative technique from the subsequent ‘re-construction and application phase’ i.e. arguing a defensible decision.
In QUESTION THREE, recognises that your ethical reasoning may have changed or been challenged during the course of the module. You are asked to relate this question to the three different arenas of ethical reasoning for business, i.e. choices you could make as an employee of the organisation, choices of organisational policy and procedures and the choices which different economic and social systems seem to offer.�

Ethics in Business Assignment Case.

Ethics in Business Assignment Case.
Discrimination?
Topic: Marketing Management, Advertising and Selling.
Characters: Anja: Brand Manager for floor cleaning system.
Hugo: Assistant Brand Manager
Anja is a Brand Manager at a large consumer goods company. The position is one that Hugo aspires to. Anja has spent the last six months working on an important new marketing plan for a floor cleaning system. Anja’s superior has approved the plan and believes that successful execution of it would likely result in Anja’s being promoted to a different, more desirable product line.
It bothers Hugo that the marketing plan calls for the product to be associated with a series of spokespersons who are physically unattractive. He feels this plan promulgates a stereotype which results in discrimination that hurts people born with lower physical attractiveness. Anja (a very physically attractive young woman) feels strongly that persons of less physical attractiveness are the most credible for this product. In fact, Anja supports this notion with a specific article in a top marketing journal. The article reports empirical evidence showing that it is financially advantageous to use physically unattractive spokespersons when marketing mundane products (such as those for cleaning and cooking). One advertising agency has made a parody of this in the commercial for ‘Plenty’ using Brenda and Audrey who are large comical men dressed as women. See below for some links giving examples.
The same article reports it financially beneficial to use physically attractive spokespersons when marketing glamorous products (such as perfumes and luxury cars). See below for a link giving an example:
For a special college project, Hugo had reviewed over 1,000 scientific studies pertaining to “the physical attractiveness phenomenon.” He found ample documentation showing discrimination that is subtle, pervasive, and powerful. Specifically, attractive people are valued more by society than are those who are unattractive. He found that unattractive people are disadvantaged in employment, education, and throughout life. The differences are internalized, resulting in lower self-esteem, inferior social skills, and higher blood pressure. Other results include a significant role in the increase of eating disorders (obesity, bulimia and anorexia) as well as cosmetic surgery by people who often cannot afford it. Recently, Hugo has read that this discrimination is becoming an increasingly important social issue with new developments that include boycotts and lawsuits.
Hugo, a marketing graduate from Oxford Brookes University, has long been disturbed by marketing practices that promulgate the physical attractiveness phenomenon. For example, he has noticed that when comparative advertising is used, a physically attractive person is combined with the “right” product or the right choice and a physically unattractive person with the “wrong” product or choice.
q1. Place yourself in the role of Hugo identify and evaluate the ethical issues that the case presents to him and demonstrate your capability to make an ethically reasoned decision about what actions he should take in this scenario. (80 Marks)
q2. Explain what you found most challenging in the application of ethical theory to make the decision in the case study? (10 Marks)
q3 Reviewing your experience, of the module overall, comment on how your understanding and approach to ethical reasoning has been changed, when reflecting on the following 3 arenas of ethical decision making i.e. Individual, Organisational and Systemic. (10 marks)
Some pointers:
In QUESTION ONE the case study question can be best answered by using the seven step model applying a Utilitarian, Kantian and Justice approaches.
This module is conceptualised as an opportunity to work through some of our taken for granted assumptions about ethical decision making. Hopefully it has not just been an academic exercise for you. The reflective element in question two and three is designed to enhance the quality of your learning experience. Reflection is more than gaining knowledge. It helps you to: (i) explore the foundations of that knowledge; (ii) strengthen understanding; (iii) increase awareness of the values and attitudes that influence it. The two questions above should guide you through this process as follows:
In QUESTION TWO is designed to help you reflect on the various stages of the process (reading the case, understanding the evaluative method and ethical theories, forming views, reflect on these views and react to them). You should then reach a conceptualisation of this process that distinguishes the ‘integration of knowledge phase’ i.e. understanding the ethical theories and the evaluative technique from the subsequent ‘re-construction and application phase’ i.e. arguing a defensible decision.
In QUESTION THREE, recognises that your ethical reasoning may have changed or been challenged during the course of the module. You are asked to relate this question to the three different arenas of ethical reasoning for business, i.e. choices you could make as an employee of the organisation, choices of organisational policy and procedures and the choices which different economic and social systems seem to offer.�

Ethics in Business Assignment Case.

Ethics in Business Assignment Case.
Discrimination?
Topic: Marketing Management, Advertising and Selling.
Characters: Anja: Brand Manager for floor cleaning system.
Hugo: Assistant Brand Manager
Anja is a Brand Manager at a large consumer goods company. The position is one that Hugo aspires to. Anja has spent the last six months working on an important new marketing plan for a floor cleaning system. Anja’s superior has approved the plan and believes that successful execution of it would likely result in Anja’s being promoted to a different, more desirable product line.
It bothers Hugo that the marketing plan calls for the product to be associated with a series of spokespersons who are physically unattractive. He feels this plan promulgates a stereotype which results in discrimination that hurts people born with lower physical attractiveness. Anja (a very physically attractive young woman) feels strongly that persons of less physical attractiveness are the most credible for this product. In fact, Anja supports this notion with a specific article in a top marketing journal. The article reports empirical evidence showing that it is financially advantageous to use physically unattractive spokespersons when marketing mundane products (such as those for cleaning and cooking). One advertising agency has made a parody of this in the commercial for ‘Plenty’ using Brenda and Audrey who are large comical men dressed as women. See below for some links giving examples.
The same article reports it financially beneficial to use physically attractive spokespersons when marketing glamorous products (such as perfumes and luxury cars). See below for a link giving an example:
For a special college project, Hugo had reviewed over 1,000 scientific studies pertaining to “the physical attractiveness phenomenon.” He found ample documentation showing discrimination that is subtle, pervasive, and powerful. Specifically, attractive people are valued more by society than are those who are unattractive. He found that unattractive people are disadvantaged in employment, education, and throughout life. The differences are internalized, resulting in lower self-esteem, inferior social skills, and higher blood pressure. Other results include a significant role in the increase of eating disorders (obesity, bulimia and anorexia) as well as cosmetic surgery by people who often cannot afford it. Recently, Hugo has read that this discrimination is becoming an increasingly important social issue with new developments that include boycotts and lawsuits.
Hugo, a marketing graduate from Oxford Brookes University, has long been disturbed by marketing practices that promulgate the physical attractiveness phenomenon. For example, he has noticed that when comparative advertising is used, a physically attractive person is combined with the “right” product or the right choice and a physically unattractive person with the “wrong” product or choice.
q1. Place yourself in the role of Hugo identify and evaluate the ethical issues that the case presents to him and demonstrate your capability to make an ethically reasoned decision about what actions he should take in this scenario. (80 Marks)
q2. Explain what you found most challenging in the application of ethical theory to make the decision in the case study? (10 Marks)
q3 Reviewing your experience, of the module overall, comment on how your understanding and approach to ethical reasoning has been changed, when reflecting on the following 3 arenas of ethical decision making i.e. Individual, Organisational and Systemic. (10 marks)
Some pointers:
In QUESTION ONE the case study question can be best answered by using the seven step model applying a Utilitarian, Kantian and Justice approaches.
This module is conceptualised as an opportunity to work through some of our taken for granted assumptions about ethical decision making. Hopefully it has not just been an academic exercise for you. The reflective element in question two and three is designed to enhance the quality of your learning experience. Reflection is more than gaining knowledge. It helps you to: (i) explore the foundations of that knowledge; (ii) strengthen understanding; (iii) increase awareness of the values and attitudes that influence it. The two questions above should guide you through this process as follows:
In QUESTION TWO is designed to help you reflect on the various stages of the process (reading the case, understanding the evaluative method and ethical theories, forming views, reflect on these views and react to them). You should then reach a conceptualisation of this process that distinguishes the ‘integration of knowledge phase’ i.e. understanding the ethical theories and the evaluative technique from the subsequent ‘re-construction and application phase’ i.e. arguing a defensible decision.
In QUESTION THREE, recognises that your ethical reasoning may have changed or been challenged during the course of the module. You are asked to relate this question to the three different arenas of ethical reasoning for business, i.e. choices you could make as an employee of the organisation, choices of organisational policy and procedures and the choices which different economic and social systems seem to offer.�
 
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