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 Please see attachment· In  a section titled “Theories” identify between 1 and 3 moral theories you  will use to build your compass


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· In  a section titled “Theories” identify between 1 and 3 moral theories you  will use to build your compass (deontological, utilitarian, common  good, virtue, etc.) along with a short, documented definition for each  theory. The definition should be in your own words. As citations are NOT  just for quotations, be sure to give your resources proper credit with  citations. 

· In  a section titled “Explanation” explain for each theory how it would  help you make what you feel would be the right decision and in what  situations (e.g. Using deontology at work to ensure the company’s  policies are kept and its reputation is upheld; Using care ethics at  home as a way to be equitable with the kids, etc.).

· In  a third section titled “Compass Applied” choose one topic from the  Markkula Center for Applied Ethics (under “Ethics Spotlight”) or another  
pressing ethical situation you or others you know are facing at the moment.
It must be a legitimate moral conundrum  like keeping a secret about a cheating spouse, cheating on a spouse or  being an accessory to a crime. You can also pick a current event like  the possibility of electing a convicted felon as president, busing  illegal immigrants from Texas to other states without their permission,  or passing laws that allow teens to work longer hours and in dangerous  situations. Then using either Framework for Ethical Decision Making  (Markkula or Brown), walk through the steps to make an ethical decision  and justify what you decide is the moral action to take in this  situation. USE the template and DO NOT delete the section headings.

· Be  sure to be clear on which of the two frameworks you are using (which is  easy if you use a template). Be sure you are clear on what you are  doing. Use
the attached templates to address this assignment. The content is the same, but the formatting on each is different.

· Note that all papers must be
double-spaced and follow either APA or MLA formatting

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