Length: 1000-1500 wordsSubmission method options: Alternative submission methodTaskback to topcomplete a reflective journal on two of the following:How ethical theories can assist us to make ethical decisions. An assessment of the arguments for both views of Corporate Social ResponsibilityHow does welfare/social security benefit us all?Can an ethical business be a profitable business?Online submission via Turnitin is required for this assignment. Details will be provided by your subject lecturer.RationaleThis assessment task will assess the following learning outcome/s:be able to outline ethical theories in western moral philosophy and apply them in inter and intra cultural organisational contexts.be able to resolve a range of real life ethical dilemmas.be able to describe the issues and critique the debates associated with the concept of corporate social responsibility in a global business environment.be able to critically reflect on their role as business professionals and how their future actions as business professionals can affect society in positive and negative ways.In addition, this task is designed to help you to build a learning journal that you can use to revise for the final exam. It will also develop skills that should assist you as you progress through your degree, and address several of CSU’s Graduate Learning Outcomes: Graduates are professionals who:Demonstrate the literacy …. skills necessary to understand and interpret information and communicate according to the contextDemonstrate capability as inquirers to locate, evaluate, manage, and use information and research to develop and guide their own knowledge, learning, and practiceExhibit ethical decision making and reasoning to identify creative solutions to ethical problemsDemonstrate knowledge, capabilities, practices, attitudes, ethics and dispositions of their discipline or profession.Critically appraise and continue to develop personal and professional capabilities Graduates are agents of change who:Use their understanding of diversity and the ‘common good’ to work constructively, respectfully and effectively with local and global communities and workplacesEngage with ethical and sustainable practices that meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs and those of the environment.Marking criteria and standardsback to topCriterionHDDICRPSFLAcademic generic skills (20 marks)Elegant and engaging writing with no errors detected. Referencing is faultless. All presentation requirements have been met.Engaging writing; no errors detected. Referencing mostly complies with APA style. All presentation requirements have been met.Writing is comprehensible and contains fewer than four (4) errors. A genuine attempt has been made to acknowledge all sources (in-text and in a reference list). All presentation requirements have been met.Writing is easily understood but may contain errors. A genuine attempt to acknowledge all sources has been made.All presentation requirements have been met.The student has not met one or more of the requirements for a passing grade.Not all presentation requirements have been met.Depth of reflection (80 marks)
The student’s responses are precise and explained clearly to demonstrate mastery of the relevant concepts.The student has addressed all requirements outlined during the class associated with this task.
The student’s reflection is thoughtful and measured. There is clear evidence of philosophical reflection.The student’s responses are accurate and explained clearly and a good understanding of the relevant concepts is evident.The student has addressed all requirements outlined during the class associated with this task.
The student’s reflection is thoughtful and considered and demonstrates an understanding of the reflective process.The student’s responses are appropriate and some evidence of a basic understanding of the relevant concepts is demonstrated.The student has addressed all requirements outlined during the class associated with this task.
The student has demonstrated a thoughtful and reflective approach to each question.The student has provided accurate responses but has not demonstrated a good understanding of the relevant concepts.The student has addressed all requirements outlined during the class associated with this task.
A genuine attempt has been made to reflect but it may be very superficial.The student’s responses are inadequate.
The student has not met the required standard for this criterion.Presentationback to topPlease follow the following presentation guidelines:Submit your work in a Word document.Use Arial 12pt. font.Use 1.5 spacing or larger.Include your name, student number and page numbers at the bottom of each page.Use headings to provide structure to your work.Include referencing in-text and in a reference list, following APA guidelines. (A link to referencing help is provided in the ‘presentation’ section of assessment two).Please comply with all of these guidelines to avoid having your work returned for editing.Requirementsback to topThis assignment must be submitted through Turnitin. It is recommended that your name, student ID and page number are included in the header or footer of every page of the assignment.Further details about submission in Turnitin are provided in On-line submission.