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We find ourselves contemplating situational ethics as a category. This is covered in our book and on the power point slides as well. There is an NPR story connected with this category that gives a detailed example of one man’s struggle with himself over a situation that he got himself into. Find that NPR reference on the power points detailing situational ethics, find it on the internet, and listen to it.
Now here is what you do!
(Now keep in mind this should be done on a word document (No PDF ENTRIES)and submitted in that form, a swipe screen shot/picture will not come through the system in D2L in a readable condition for me to review)
State your full first and last name and student ID # in the response to this dropbox assignment.
(not given, -.1)
Give me the month/year date of the NPR broadcast and the name of the man that is the focal point of the story.
(not given, -.1)
Give me a three (3) sentence summation of how you felt about this story (the longer explanation is not worth extra credit, in fact you may lose some credit)
(Over or under 3 sentences, -.2)
For full credit for this participation assessment, find me another story in the news/through the internet, about any other fraud that has been committed within the last year or so and give me:
The name of the fraud(s) (money, scam, political, health etc.) committed and;
(not given, -.1)
The web address you found the story at. (Cut and paste it onto the word document)
and you are done.
(not given, -.5)
This is the first of 15 participation assessments/exercises you will be tasked to do throughout the course. Getting full credit for all the participation assessments/exercises (1 point for each participation assessment) will net you 15 points towards your grade. The participation assignments will come in an assortment of styles and/or requests. This 1st participation assessment/exercise is meant to get you used to responding to the book/power points or any specific topic that becomes important to the course. Most assessments will ask you to find sources that relate to a chapter/module that we are currently addressing. These participation assessments are always due on the day after the end of a chapter(s), at 10:00 PM, of any particular module/chapter(s) being addressed according to the syllabus. No late assignments are accepted! You will be rated on your response as either 1 full point, or a decimal of one full point (.9.8.7…and so forth to a 0) for no response given by the deadline date. For example, in this first participation assessment, if you do not give me the month and year date of the broadcast, you will not get full credit. (-.1) So just be careful with the instructions on all the participation assessments/exercises and read the instructions carefully. Good luck to you all, every point counts, don’t let this get the best of you by losing any fractions of a point.
We find ourselves contemplating situational ethics as a category. This is covered in our book and on the power point slides as well. There is an NPR story connected with this category that gives a detailed example of one man’s struggle with himself over a situation that he got himself into.