Case Study on Moral Status Student’s name: Institutional affiliation: Case Study on Moral Status Fetal abnormality is one of the worst cases that can ever happen to couples. In this context the case of Jessica and her husband throw the entire group into a dilemma with each party having its own voice of reason. Four people are supposedly having different feelings. These include Marco Dr. Wilson Maria and Jessica. In this case Jessica is the center of attention with a pregnancy diagnosed as carrying a 25% chance of the Down syndrome. Marco is the husband to Jessica and will always give her the moral support by upholding her decision. On the other hand Maria is dubbed religious and a close aunt to Jessica. Dr. Wilson supports abortion which is one of the recommendations professionals would offer in such a precarious condition. The decisions can action by relooking at a remedy that can provide less harm to the party under consideration. Notably this means that all professional religious and family-based recommendations should be assessed and determine whether the subsequent actions will be right or wrong. If abortion is right then it should be supported by religious professional and family-based reasons. Therefore the decision should reflect all the backgrounds of the involved parties and their life inclinations. References Graham J. Haidt J. Motyl M. Meindl P. Iskiwitch C. & Mooijman M. (2016). Moral Foundations Theory: On the advantages of moral pluralism over moral monism. Gray K 9. Hertz S. G. & Krettenauer T. (2016). Does moral identity effectively predict moral behavior?: A meta-analysis. Review of General Psychology 20(2) 129. Sumner L. W. (2014). Abortion and moral theory. Princeton University Press. Vaughn L. (2015). Doing ethics: Moral reasoning and contemporary issues. WW Norton & Company. [...]
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