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San Diego State University Do People Have a Right to Die when They Want to Die PPT

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Help me study for my Powerpoint class. I’m stuck and don’t understand.

I am going to need a DRAFT of the work by March 25th by 10 AM pacific time.

This is going to be a group presentation. This is going to be MY part of the presentation.

There are two parts to this, there must be power point slides done for these following questions ...

What economic/legal/philanthropic responsibilities does the organization have to the stakeholders, and what is the nature of the responsibility?

What recommendations would you make in this case? Be as specific as possible and include a timetable and implementation responsibilities. Illustrate how your selected recommendation is consistent with the ethical theory you have selected

As well as an scrip of the overall summary of what was being written for me to read off of to the class. The scrip can be about two pages long about each question so please separate it from each slide.

The powerpoint it self must be about 2-3 slides PER QUESTION so a total of at least four all together, Please answer the questions in much detail. The information MUST come from the book it self which there is a link attached for you and as well as many outside sources but it must be from a different book or a .org or .gov website. PLEASE site all sources including the book it self.

The following information below is the directions the professor uploaded for this assignment:

Question: Do people have a “right to die” when they want to die?

Objectivism Theory

1.1. Case Analysis

In analyzing the issue, use concepts and methods from the Ghillyer Text and the WEB sites above, the summary of the six ethical theories or systems taught at SDSU (on BB), as well as information that you obtained through your research. Select the one most applicable of the six ethical decision systems covered and explain why you believe that it is the one best theory for implementing your recommendation. You do not need to compare your selection explicitly to the other five ethical decision systems.

1.2. Team Presentation Guidelines

  • Presentations should last approximately 30 minutes, including time for questions
  • Please email an electronic copy of any PP slides to your instructor the day before making your presentation. This is what I will use to grade your presentation
  • Your case presentation should be interesting, informative, relevant and in good taste
  • Creativity and good communications skills are vital to your success. Your presentation should be seamless and not a combination of individual parts put together by
  • You may include short videos to enhance your presentation


The bibliography should have 20 references, with no more than 5 from the Internet. Please attach the bibliography in a slide (s) at the end of your presentation

  • If you don’t wish to give your instructor permission to use your PP slides or paper as a sample for future classes, please attach a letter or email from all the team members

1.3. Team Case Presentation Scoring Rubric

A scoring Rubric may be found under course documents on Blackboard. Please review the Rubric because it is what I will use to evaluate your team’s performance. As described above, when your team makes its presentation, give me a copy of your Rubric with the names of all your team members and the title of your presentation

You may also complete a peer evaluation of your teammates using the peer evaluation rubric on BB if there is a team member participation problem. This allows you to evaluate your team members on their participation in the case presentation and the TS debates. One member of your team is responsible for collecting all of the team evaluations and giving them to me at the class period when you make your last Taking Sides presentation. Team member evaluations are optional.

If there is an issue of one or more team members “social loafing” please bring it to my attention as soon as possible so we can resolve the issue together.

Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

I am going to need a DRAFT of the work by March 25th by 10 AM pacific time.

and a final copy of it by April 5th

Please click the attached file down below to view the rubric for the presentation itself.

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Managerial Ethics Team Case Presentation Rubric – Voice Over Power Point Topic: ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Team Members: Task 1. Identification of Issues Below CBA Standards Failed to identify all major ethical, factual and conceptual issues (0-2) At CBA Standards Identified most but not all of the major issues (3-4) Above CBA Standards Identified all major issues and explained why the issues are important now (5) 2. Stakeholders Failed to identify all the major stakeholder groups (04) Identified most of the stakeholders, and identified some of their claims (5-8) 3. Identification and Evaluation of Options Failed to identify all of the relevant and practical options required to resolve the issue Little or no evaluation of options (0-4) Identified most of the relevant practical options, but overlooked some related conceptual problems and issues. Some analysis of the options (5-8) 4. Application of Ethical Reasoning and Theories to Recommendations Failed to apply the selected ethical theory, moral standards and principles correctly (0-10) Applied the ethical, moral standards and principles, but overlooked some ethical issues that are also relevant, or misapplied aspects of the selected ethical theory (11-12) Identified almost all of the stakeholders, and mapped and compared their conflicting claims (9-10) Provided appropriate and defensible evaluations for two or three relevant options and arguments required to resolve the issue. Ranked options as most feasible and acceptable to resolving the issue (9-10) Correctly applied an applicable ethical theory as well as moral standards and principles that are relevant to the issue in the analysis, alternatives, and recommended solution. Illustrated how the ethical theory used shaped the recommendation (13-15) Points 5 1. 5 5 Team Case Presentation Rubric (VoPP) 20/03 SDSU Management 444 wws 10 10 15 1 Managerial Ethics Team Case Presentation Rubric – Voice Over Power Point Task 5. Recommended Solution Below CBA Standards Decision reached is not justified by the ethical arguments and reasons used. No implementation. (0-4) At CBA Standards Decision reached is justified by ethical arguments and reasons. Created implementation strategies (5-8) 6. Global Perspective 7. Costs; Financial and Non-Financial Failed to review ethical practices on a global scale (04) Failed to identify costs required to implement the suggested recommendation (s) (0-4) Series of individual segments by presenters that are not well connected nor well presented, Voice is not in sync with slides (0-10) Media and/or AV aids do not contribute to understanding the issue (0-2) Sloppy PP with numerous spelling and grammatical errors. Slides not well organized. Incomplete bibliography (0-4) Cited some global practices but did not reference them into the selected recommendations (5-8) Identified most of the financial costs, but did not factor in nonfinancial costs in implementing a recommendation (s) (5-8) Uneven presentation with varying levels of presentation skills. Voice is mostly in sync with slides (11-12) 8. 9. 10. Voice Over PP Presentation Techniques Media in Presentation Content, Organization & Bibliography Media and AV contribute somewhat to understanding the issue (3-4) Generally competent PP marred with a few spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors. Slide organization acceptable and bibliography contains some of the key topic sources. (5-8) Above CBA Standards Presented realistic recommendation including implementation strategies with time and responsibility metrics (9-10) Compared and contrasted local ethical issues vs. best and worst practices globally (9-10) Identified all financial and nonfinancial costs required to implement the selected recommendation (s) (9-10) Seamless presentation with all presenters confidently contributing to the discussion of the issue. Voice is in complete sync with slides (13-15) Media and presentation software enhance understanding of the issue. Seamlessly integrated (5) Craftsmanship and style exhibited in the PP. Slides are well organized and flow together in a seamless presentation. Outstanding bibliography listing most of the most important sources. (9-10) Points 10 1. 10 10 15 5 10 Total Points/Grade: ________________________ Comments: Team Case Presentation Rubric (VoPP) 20/03 SDSU Management 444 wws 2 ...
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Do People Have a ‘Right to Die’ When they Want to Die?
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‘Right to Die’ and the Objectivity Theory
The ‘Right to Die’ the argument that individuals should be legally allowed to
dictate when and where they die, albeit in light of reflections on life is a matter of great ethical
and legal debate. The philosophical debate is centered on a perceived sanctity of life, the
sacredness of life that does not give anyone the right to take life, not even one’s own.
However, these perceptions are subject to precisely that, perception, at least, as far
as the objectivity theory is concerned. The Objectivity Theory is a philosophical exploration of
reality and, by extension, life. It inherently suggests that reality is exclusive and independent of
consciousness. Therefore, all aspects of life and our views of the same- knowledge, morality, and
values are objective (subject to our view of the world). The objectivity theory further asserts that
the highest moral purpose of a person’s life is pursuing what one perceives as a path that leads to
happiness. Indeed, one’s life is, controversially, one’s own and the objectivity theory suggests
that one should pursue what they think would result in ultimate happiness (albeit rationally) even
if it means ending one’s life when and how they deem fit (Benatar, 2017, p. 57).
Legal Responsibilities of an Organization to its Stakeholders
Rationality, in terms of allowing or otherwise dis-allowing an individual’s ‘Right
to Die’ from an organizational perspective, first, involves strict scrutiny and analysis of the legal
responsibilities of an organization to the individual. It is prudent for organizations to comply
with the legal paradigms regarding this right to its stakeholders- employees, clients, suppliers,
creditors, and the general society. The legal provisions of an individual’s ‘Right to Die’ are still
vague due to the strong ethical arguments for and against this right. The US Supreme Court, in a
landmark ruling in 1997, resolved that there were no constitutional provisions for an individual’s
‘Right to Die’ (US- Supreme Court, 1997). This sense of ambiguity does not necessarily make


the ‘Right to Die’ illegal in the US, only subject to interpretation and enforcement by state laws.
As such, many organizations rely on state law to advise on the legal status of a person’s ‘Right to
Die.’ Laws upholding this right have been passed in states such as Oregon, Washington,
Vermont, California, and Colorado. Some states ...

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