Humanities
CCN Large City College Instructor & Todd and Edna Dilemmas Analysis Discussion

Chamberlain College of Nursing

Question Description

I’m studying for my Social Science class and don’t understand how to answer this. Can you help me study?

Dilemmas
Review the following dilemmas:

  1. The Mayor of a large city was given a free membership in an exclusive golf club by people who have received several city contracts. He also accepted gifts from organizations that have not done business with the City, but might in the future. The gifts ranged from $200 tickets to professional sports events to designer watches and jewelry.
  2. A college instructor is pursuing her doctorate in night school. To gain extra time for her own studies, she gives her students the same lectures, the same assignments, and the same examinations semester after semester without the slightest effort to improve them.
  3. Todd and Edna have been married for three years. They have had serious personal problems. Edna is a heavy drinker, and Todd cannot keep a job. Also, they have bickered and fought constantly since their marriage. Deciding that the way to overcome their problems is to have a child, they stop practicing birth control, and Edna becomes pregnant.

Instructions

For this assignment, addresses each dilemma in this assignment. For each dilemma, address the following:

  • Identify the consequences of the actions taken

Your will will submit both of the following:

  • A written reportthat discusses all three ethical dilemmas in depth (Be sure to give equal time to each dilemma.)
  • Powerpoint presentation with talking point
  • Writing Requirements (APA format)
  • Length: 2-3 pages (not including title page or references page)
  • 1-inch margins
  • Double spaced
  • 12-point Times New Roman font
  • Title page
  • References page (minimum of 2 scholarly sources)

Grading
This activity will be graded based on the Ethical Analysis Grading Rubric.


Rubric

Ethical Analysis Grading Rubric - 150 pts

Ethical Analysis Grading Rubric - 150 pts

CriteriaRatingsPts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLength

5.0 pts

Outstanding

Meets length requirement

0.0 pts

No Effort

5.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent

10.0 pts

Outstanding

Addresses all aspects of the assignment.

8.5 pts

Above Average

Addresses most aspects of the assignment.

7.5 pts

Average

Addresses some aspects of the assignment.

6.0 pts

Below Average

Addresses few aspects of the assignment.

0.0pts

No Effort

10.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnalysis

50.0 pts

Outstanding

Throughout the whole work, the writing shows depth of critical thought; leverages readings and course materials in support of writer’s evident effort to understand ethical problems; establishes good use of theoretical underpinnings.

42.5 pts

Above Average

Throughout most of the work, the writing shows depth of critical thought; leverages readings and course materials in support of writer’s evident effort to understand ethical problems; establishes good use of theoretical underpinnings.

37.5 pts

Average

Throughout some of the work, the writing shows depth of critical thought; leverages readings and course materials in support of writer’s evident effort to understand ethical problems; establishes good use of theoretical underpinnings.

30.0 pts

Below Average

Throughout little of the work, the writing shows depth of critical thought; leverages readings and course materials in support of writer’s evident effort to understand ethical problems; establishes good use of theoretical underpinnings.

0.0pts

No Effort

50.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization

25.0 pts

Outstanding

Ideas are logically organized, including inviting introduction (with a thesis statement) and a satisfactory conclusion that come together in complete concepts.

21.25 pts

Above Average

Ideas are well organized, including inviting introduction (with a thesis statement) and a satisfactory conclusion, with complete concepts.

18.75 pts

Average

Organization and concepts need some restructuring.

15.0 pts

Below Average

Organization and concepts are difficult to follow and incomplete.

0.0pts

No Effort

25.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting

25.0 pts

Outstanding

Throughout the whole work, the writing/presentation actively engages with the topic; is free of major errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation; demonstrates strong word choice and sentence variety.

21.25 pts

Above Average

Throughout most of the work, the writing/presentation actively engages with the topic; is free of major errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation; demonstrates strong word choice and sentence variety.

18.75 pts

Average

Throughout some of the work, the writing/presentation actively engages with the topic; is free of major errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation; demonstrates strong word choice and sentence variety.

15.0 pts

Below Average

Throughout little of the work, the writing/presentation actively engages with the topic; is free of major errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation; demonstrates strong word choice and sentence variety.

0.0pts

No Effort

25.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAPA: Citation and Reference Formatting

10.0 pts

Outstanding

Throughout the whole work, in-text references are formatted using APA style; references page/slide includes complete bibliographic information for sources using APA style; format (margins, spacing font size) adheres to APA style (paper).

8.5 pts

Above Average

Throughout most of the work, in-text references are formatted using APA style; references page/slide includes complete bibliographic information for sources using APA style; format (margins, spacing font size) adheres to APA style (paper).

7.5 pts

Average

Throughout some of the work, in-text references are formatted using APA style; references page/slide includes complete bibliographic information for sources using APA style; format (margins, spacing font size) adheres to APA style (paper).

6.0 pts

Below Average

Throughout little of the work, in-text references are formatted using APA style; references page/slide includes complete bibliographic information for sources using APA style; format (margins, spacing font size) adheres to APA style (paper).

0.0pts

No Effort

10.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePresentation

25.0 pts

Outstanding

Throughout the whole work, the presentation has a professional and consistent format, and the narration is articulated clearly.

21.25 pts

Above Average

Throughout most of the work, the presentation has a professional and consistent format, and the narration is articulated clearly.

18.75 pts

Average

Throughout some of the work, the presentation has a professional and consistent format, and the narration is articulated clearly.

15.0 pts

Below Average

Throughout little of the work, the presentation has a professional and consistent format, and the narration is articulated clearly.

0.0pts

No Effort

25.0 pts

Total Points: 150.0

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Final Answer

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Greater good analysis
Ethical dilemma 1
In this situation, the mayor of a large city is awarded gifts by people who he has awarded
contracts in the city. He also accepts gifts from the people who he has not given contracts yet, to
give them in the future. The rewards are expensive, and according to their value, they probably
come from well-established companies in the city. For this case, the mayor does not act for the
greater good as his actions are self-serving. The major’s purpose is to serve the people; therefore,
he should represent all city people equally, and that means giving them equal chances when
giving them the contracts. By receiving gifts, the mayor is prone to be biased, and he will favor
those contractors who provide him the gifts over those who don’t despite the quality of their
work. Then it would make competition for such opportunities unfair. The low quality of service
delivered by these contractors would impact the citizens and the city negatively. The case shows
how the mayor puts his interests before those of the city, which is unethical behavior. Accepting
these gifts also brings about a conflict of interest since the major is more interested in the gifts
that the services delivered by the contra...

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