Championing an Ethical Cause

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Being a professional in the Internet age requires mastering a variety of writing styles. In the previous module, we addressed well-balanced research, and the SLP focused on an aspect of Internet privacy. For this SLP, you will develop a written report that champions one side of a controversial ethical issue.

Feel free to use one of the topics provided in Module 1 that you did not choose for those assignments, or select your own theme. TOPIC: "Social media posts that lead to an employee being fired"

Research Requirements: You must use at least 2 articles from the Trident Online Library’s online databases (Academic Search Complete, Business Source Complete and/or ProQuest Central).

Employing an abbreviated version of the Classic Model for an Argument, create a work that highlights your research abilities, critical thinking skills, and communication talents. Your paper should include:

  • Introduction which includes background Information and ends with your position (point of view) (2 -3 paragraphs).
  • Support for your position (1 page)
  • Addressing the opposing viewpoint (1 page)
  • Conclusion (2 -3 paragraphs)

Focus on making a solid case for your point of view on one side or the other of a controversial issue. Your grade will be based on the strength of your position, your ability to analyze rather than summarize research, and your ability to effectively support your view.

In academic writing it is necessary to use the third person vs. the first person. For more information, see Differences Between First and Third Person. This SLP will be written in the third person. Do not use any quotations. Since you are engaging in research, be sure to cite and reference the sources in APA format.

Use the attached APA-formatted template (ETH501 SLP2) to create your submission.

Your submission will include:

  • Trident University International’s cover page
  • A three-page paper with APA citations (introduction, body, conclusion)
  • The reference list in APA format


Tutor Answer

MariaTheBest
School: Boston College

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Social Media Posts That Lead To An Employee Being Fired
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SOCIAL MEDIA POSTS THAT LEAD TO AN EMPLOYEE BEING FIRED
Social Media Posts That Lead to an Employee Being Fired
Smith, Smith, &Knighton,.(2018)has noted that in this day and age, social networking
sites have overwhelmed the web and there are a significant number of them including MySpace,
SnapChat, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, thus the rundown goes on. Social media has turned out
to be such a necessary piece of our lives that it's anything but trying to wind up thoughtless with
it, and when this happens, it can have sweeping outcomes and has on occasion even cost
individuals their employment.
Facebook, Twitter, and different other social platforms can be incredibly charming, and
an incredible diversion for individuals and they are an extraordinary method to most likely
interface with family, companions, and associates, yet they can likewise be hazardous and get
you into high-temperature water at work, if not utilized appropriately. There are two or three
things one needs to remember with regards to online networking and how it could conceivably
be influencing your vocation, predominantly:
Is It Cutting Into Time That Ought To Be Committed To Work?
King, (2014) point out that It is imperative to recall that as tempting all things considered
to associate with one's companions on Facebook or watching out for what your ex is doing, that
if this is all event at work, it could turn into an issue. Numerous organizations are presently
managing the historical backdrop of visited sites on offi...

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