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BUS210/ BUS 210 / Week 3 DQs part 1 of 2

BUS210/ BUS 210 / Week 3 DQs part 1 of 2

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Discussion Question 1
• Due Date: Day 2 [Main] forum
• Post your response to the following: Review the Business in Action case studies on pp.
143, 146, 154, & 159 of the text. Select one case that you find especially interesting and
explain how ethics and decision-making impact the individuals involved in the scenario.
• Respond to two of your classmates who selected a case study other than the one you
selected. Ask for additional information or clarification if needed. Explain why you agree
or disagree with their assessment of the issues.
Discussion Question 1
• Due Date: Day 2 [Main] forum
• Post your response to the following: Review the Business in Action case studies on pp.
143, 146, 154, & 159 of the text. Select one case that you find especially interesting and
explain how ethics and decision-making impact the individuals involved in the scenario.
• Respond to two of your classmates who selected a case study other than the one you
selected. Ask for additional information or clarification if needed. Explain why you agree
or disagree with their assessment of the issues.

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Personally I think these the weather is cruel. allow them to work on all being that young. and ensuring they get adequate breaks or cracks and rest. When they are instructed to work constantly. This could range from the environment.The situation which I chose was “Is it directly to use child labor?” My ideas on this problem are pretty mixed. a young child working such as this is really a part of life. people. therefore the child (ran) also offers to assist so they don't starve to death. I've always learned about Wal-Mart being scrutinized by individuals who say they get goods from suppliers who've sweat shops and employ children. build. Better pay would also help families so they could survive. If there is better education during these countries. Ethical relativism may be the theory that holds that morality is in accordance with the norms of the culture. The only real moral standards against which a society's practices could be judged are its very own. whether an action is appropriate or wrong depends upon the moral norms from the society by which it's practiced. pay is very small regardless of what you are. I'm a devoted shopper at Wal-Mart and also have never really believed what individuals say. which is smart to have universal regulations concerning the conditions they are employed in. It's a relief to see this short article and find out they have strict regulations against suppliers and won't purchase from companies that employ children. Children need education to enable them to grow and themselves. then your people of those places might have a chance to find methods to grow prosper. there might simply be one parent and they’ve to operate around they are able to assist your family survive. I stumbled upon the word ethical relativism. Often. believe that it is right and also the best way to outlive. The fact from the matter is the fact that in those extremely poor countries. The dad may work. It's also correct that simply because we believe its wrong. but it's definitely not being enough to feed family. Acquire the best with the internet. That's. or would. and also the child would need to work hardly any or otherwise whatsoever. . making the caliber of life greater on their own and their own families. who reside in the circumstances. Exactly the same action might be morally in one society but be morally wrong in another. they are missing learning important skills that may enable them to higher their lives and increase their country. It really is a whole lot worse that they're paid absolutely nothing plus they lose each of their childhood employed in horrible conditions to have an insane quantity of hours. hours. I've 3 kids of my very own and there's no way I possibly could. It's also known that during these countries.

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