My Topic is Cloud Computing.
Criteria for the
Use all four steps in the Four-Step Analysis Process for Ethical
Analysis and Decision Making. You may
disagree with a particular step in the analysis process; however, you must
substantiate your opinion with credible references. (Use citations in your explanation.)
State which stakeholder(s) you identify with and how does this affect
State your solution. (In identifying the ethical issues in the case,
you must state the opinion you support as well as other views addressed in the
case.) This will be presented in your
conclusion (not in step IV). Conclusion should be atleast 1.5 pages.
Paper must be 10-typed pages, double-spaced, and use 12 point font.
(Use A.P.A. or M.L.A. guidelines for typing your paper.) Paper must include:
Title page, Reference page and Table of Contents that are not counted towards
the 10-pages of content.
REQUIRED FORMAT HERE MAY DEVIATE FROM THE STANDARD
Include a Bibliography page, which contains citations/references from
the following areas:
Books (if applicable)
b. Journal articles
The paper must contain a
minimum of 10 total references.
The paper must be submitted in a cohesive and organized fashion. The paper will be graded by the criteria
of the rubrics (see Course Documents in Blackboard). ANY PAPER WITHOUT REQUIRED
FORMAT SECTIONS WILL NOT RECEIVE A GRADE ABOUT 89.
Title page – which includes the topic covered, name and date.
b. Sub topics covered in the
paper must be typed in bold and centered.
Page Numbers – at the bottom centered or right-hand side of page
d. Any graphs, charts, or other
supportive information can be included and noted in the paper.
Bibliography Page, which includes the information in number two.
Table of Contents must contain page numbers
of Case Study Analysis for Research Paper:
- The identification of
the ethical issues involved in the case.
- The analyses of the
ethical issue using the four-step approach.
- Debating your position
on the ethical issues identified in the case.
- The illustration of the
value of ethics in making decisions about computer technology.