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The written case analysis should be in essay format and should address each of the
following questions. Suggested lengths are provided for some of the sections to give
you an idea how to allocate your analysis.
You do not need to write an introduction to your analysis. The answer to question
one serves as the first paragraph of your paper.
1. What is/are the ethical issue(s) in the case?
• Identify the ethical issue(s) in a couple of sentences. This is short and
concise.
• Which is the most urgent issue on which you will focus your analysis?
Briefly, in your own words and in a couple of sentences, why is it an
issue?
• What ethical models are relevant to the issue? For ethical models,
consider those discussed in class: utilitarianism, deontology, rights, justice,
and virtue ethics.
▪ (Question 1 is the first paragraph of your case analysis. It sets the
stage for your analysis. (This section of the paper should be one half
to one page.)
2. What are the pertinent facts of the case?
• Distinguish between more important and less important facts.
• Include as a fact if a code of ethics is available to guide the actors in the
case. (Company code of ethics? Industry or profession code of ethics?)
Also include as a fact if specific laws or regulatory standards are involved
in the case.
• These facts must be the foundation for your alternatives and
recommendations.
▪ (This section of the paper should be one half to one page.)
3. Stakeholders, harms, benefits, and rights
• Who are the important stakeholders in the case?
• So far in the case, who has been harmed? In what ways? Who has
received benefits? What specific benefits were received?
• So far in the case, whose rights or what rights have been exercised? How?
Whose rights or what rights have been denied? How?
▪ Frame the harms, benefits, and rights in terms of where things stand in
the case right now. Later, in analysis of alternatives (Question 5),
you’ll discuss possible future effects on stakeholders.
▪ Primary and secondary stakeholders are discussed in the first chapters
in the text and listed on a class handout.
▪ (This section of the paper should be one half to one page.)
4. What are the alternative courses of action to remedy the problem that
you have identified? Who must act in each alternative?
• Provide three distinct alternatives for the most important ethical issue
that you identify in Question 1.
• The three alternatives should address a range of actions about that one
issue only.
• The same person or entity should be the “actor” in all three alternatives.
▪ (This section should not exceed one page. Do not analyze the
alternatives here!)
5. Thoroughly evaluate the alternatives, their outcomes, and their possible
effects on all of the parties involved.
• For each alternative: what is the effect on each important stakeholder if this
course of action is followed?
• What are the effects on stakeholders whom you do not consider
“important”?
• Do these alternatives satisfy the ethical model (ethical theory) you consider
most relevant?
• (This can be a lengthy analysis as there are many stakeholders in
society. It is a major part of your paper and requires you to consider all
of the possibilities and their effects on the stakeholders. It should be
approximately three to four pages.)
6. Make a specific recommendation based on your analysis of the case, on
the important facts that you’ve identified in Question 2 and support it
with the ethical model (moral theory) that you have considered most
relevant in your analysis.
A) Be sure to state how your recommendation is tied to your analysis and facts
and how it is supported by a relevant ethical model.
B) Name any specific professional code(s) of ethics that might be applicable
to the entities in this case and state how the code(s) would support your
recommendation. Conduct research to find current day codes of ethics that
are applicable. Be sure that this is a professional code, not an industry code
or regulatory standard.
▪ Your recommendation should be one of the three alternatives that you
have proposed. Use supporting data (e.g., important facts of case,
analysis of alternatives, support offered by specific code(s) of
professional ethics, key concepts studied in the course, and ethical
model) to argue why your recommendation is the best alternative.
▪ Merely stating your opinion without supporting data (e.g., important
facts of case, analysis of alternatives, support offered by specific code(s)
of professional ethics, key concepts studied in the course, and ethical
model) is not a recommendation.
▪ Does your recommendation provide a reasoned solution to the issue(s)
you identified in Question 1?
▪ (This part of your paper should be at least one page.)

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