Walden University Morality and Social Responsibility & Cultural Genogram HW

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Philosophical perspectives and theories on morality contribute to an understanding of the deep-rooted human need to question the role human beings play in society. Whether your views align with those of Aristotle, Kant, or Mill, you can explore the reasons behind your inherent motivation to act responsibly. At the outset of your life, you develop habits of thought based on what you are exposed to, where you live, with whom you live, and your experiences. In this Application Assignment, you critically examine these experiences as well as theoretical perspectives on morality and assess how they impact your moral and cultural identity. You also assess how these experiences influence your concept of social responsibility.

  • Read the articles by Brink (2014), Johnson (2014), and Kraut (2014) in this week’s resources. Summarize the key points of each theory. Does one theory resonate with you more than another? Why or why not?
  • Make connections to your own culture. Consider whether these three theories are reflected in your own culture.
  • Review the Cultural Genogram: Dimensions of Culture document in this week’s Resources. Think about the ways different dimensions of culture inform your moral identity (e.g., how your national, ethnic, and/or gender identity informs your moral identity).
  • Consider how different dimensions of culture inform your concept of social responsibility.

https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/mill-moral-political/

https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/aristotle-ethics/

https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/kant-moral/

https://class.content.laureate.net/e1ff1fa4a8f0a7b0f5fbd19111d1141e.pdf

Write a 2-page analysis connecting the three theories of morality to your own cultural identity.

Explain how the theories align or do not align with your cultural identity. Include how cultural identity impacts social responsibility.

Provide at least three references using proper APA format.

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SOCI 4080C: Social Responsibility Cultural Genogram: Dimensions of Culture For each of the Identity Factors below, enter three characteristics that symbolize or define that Identity Factor from your perspective based on cultural norms. Then consider how these values influence your thoughts on social responsibility. {Enter your name here} Identity Factor: Family How would you describe your family? Culturally Defined Characteristics  Identity Factor: Country of Origin/Residence Identity Factor: Race/Ethnicity Where did you grow What up? symbols/values represent your culture? Culturally Defined Characteristics  Culturally Defined Characteristics  Identity Factor: Gender What roles, responsibilities, and/or expectations are associated with gender in your experience? Culturally Defined Characteristics  Direct or Indirect Influence on Orientation to Social Responsibility  © 2016 Laureate Education, Inc. Page 1 of 1
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Write a 2-page analysis connecting the three theories of morality to your own cultural
identity.
The first time Aristotle used the term ethics was to identify an area of study built by Plato
and Socrates, who were his predecessors. He defines philosophical ethics as those trying to give
a logical answer to the question of how people should live best. He agrees with Plato that ethical
virtues such as courage and justice are emotional and rationally complex. However, he disagrees
with Plato’s opinion that to become entirely virtuous, one must go through philosophy,
mathematics, and science training. He says that what people require to live well is the right
recognition of how certain goods like virtue, friendship, wealth, and pleasure blend as one,
Reasoning that agrees with Christian beliefs. Aristotle and the church both acknowledge that
through correct upbringing habits, we can understand the application of the virtues to specific
incidences. Aristotle insists that one obtains good habits practically, and ethics aim at not only
knowing but also being good (Aristotle’s Ethics, 2018).
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