Ethics and Morality

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Ethics and Morality

[You must use APA formatting for your papers, which includes correct formatting for the cover sheet, double-spacing throughout the document and correct formatting for the reference sheet. Please check out the Cover Sheet Template to start yourself off right: Go to the Library tab, click on the APA Information link in the Useful Links box on the right-hand side of the page. Scroll down and you’ll find the Cover Sheet Template. APA formatting shouldn’t stand in the way of you earning full points! ] A very good example!

It’s very important that you take the time to truly understand what you’re writing about, then develop a clear, concise outline to help you write your paper. Write simply and concisely: just like you talk! Many of your sentences are very unclear, to the point where I wasn’t sure what you were attempting to say. Most unfortunately as well, you did not cite any of the research noted on your reference sheet in the text of your paper. Not giving proper credit to the authors is considered plagiarism. As stated in the Syllabus, Instructor Policies and posted earlier in the Main forum, this has resulted in an automatic 50% grade point reduction.

Always review the syllabus, instructor policies and rubrics carefully to ensure you’ve covered everything that’s required. When in doubt, contact your instructor! SEE RUBRIC AT END OF PAPER? Ethics and Morals [Always indent paragraphs in APA]Virtue Theory, Utilitarianism, and Deontological ethics tries to install [wrong word] what the basis of living is as a virtuous person. [Don’t forget to cite the research from your readings where you learned these concepts! ] These ethics address the similarities and differences of how the rules of conduct are recognized in respect to a particular class of human actions.

[Actually, the theories don’t address the similarities and differences in rules of conduct. They attempt to define rules of conduct. Your task with these assignment is to identify the similarities and differences between the theories. ] The ideal of goodness is the opinion of the similarities and the differences between virtue theory, utilitarianism, and deontological. [Actually the ideal of goodness derives from various aspects of these theories – not their differences and similarities] Sometimes ethics is used interchangeably with morality to define or describe good character.

[Don’t forget your preview statement to tell your reader what you plan to discuss and in what order. See the Writing Framework posted on the Course Materials OLS forum for guidance] [Don’t forget subheadings as noted in the Student Sample paper posted on the Course Materials OLS forum and rubric] The likenesses between these theories are that ethics are ways to understand how people become moral human beings and figure out how to make good decisions. In virtue theory the morality is learning how to apply what was taught.

[True – If the person’s character is good, then he or she is virtuous – regardless of his or her actions. ] Utilitarianism’s approach to ethics can be characterized as a person of no good behavior known as no moral good[Awkwardly written. Utilitarianism refers to the importance of the community over the individual. ]. The deontological theory in ethics focuses on the actions a person performs. If the action is beneficial to the well being of others as it is beneficial to the community the act is considered good. [Awkwardly written: If the act itself is considered beneficial to the community, then the person is considered good.]

The unlikeness between these theories are that virtue theory cannot be contrasted with morality, as of deontological theory can be contrast with morality. Ethics is supposed to provide us with moral principle leading to difference of working virtue theory. The deontological theory approaches morality as the focus on the desire to, and want to accomplish goals by action. Utilitarianism approaches to morality as the means of no moral act, the act of doing wrong with the acknowledgement of wrong doing. [Always proofread carefully from your reader’s perspective. I’m not sure what you’re saying at all in this paragraph.]

The personal experience that was explained in relationship to virtue, value, and moral concepts as it relates to one of the three theories[awkwardly written]. Mary asked [keep your tenses consistent] John the supervisor for a partial day off so she could take her daughter to the doctor for a checkup, but she was really going camping with her daughter and she needed to leave early. John agreed to give the partial day off and Mary was to leave at 2:00 p. m. , but Mary left earlier then she was suppose [sp] to leave. She left at 12:00 noon and still wanted to get paid for the two hours of work on her time schedule.

On the virtue part if Mary had not chosen to lie about why she needed to take off from work, she would not have lost her job. [Good point. Be sure to tell your reader than because she was dishonest to her supervisor, she was fired. ] Because Mary lied about the need for the day off she did not value her job very well. Had she chosen to tell the truth she would have still had a job. [Good example! Which of the theory is most relevant to this example? ] In conclusion, ethics and morals played a major role in all three parts of the theory. [Actually, they are three separate theories.]

The three theories represent the moral excellences, the ethical doctrine and moral obligation of a virtuous person. Theories are defined according to rules of the guidelines of the community. [A good conclusion summarizes the key points from the paper and does not introduce new ideas. See the Writing Framework for guidance about writing conclusions. ] References: http://www. papercamp. com/essay/73128/Similarities-And-Differences-Between-Virtue-Th… http://www. iep. utm. edu/virtue/ http://en. wikipedia. org/wiki/Utilitarianism http://en. wikipedia. org/wiki/Morality http://en.

Ethics http://www. buzzle. com/articles/difference-between-ethics-and-morality. html http://en. wikipedia. org/wiki/Deontological_ethics http://www. tere. org/assets/downloads/secondary/pdf_downloads/ALevel/VirtueTheory. pdf http://www. ila-net. org/Members/Directory/DownloadS/Antonakis-Ciulla-13. pdf http://dictionary. reference. com/ WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT FEEDBACK Content / Development (50%) Grading Criteria:EGANN/A Subject Matter: All key elements of assignment covered 4. 5 Content is comprehensive/accurate/persuasive 4. 5 Displays an understanding of relevant theory 4. 5ю

Major points supported by specific details/examples6. 5 Research is appropriate and timely6. 5 Writer has gone beyond textbook for resources6. 5 Higher-Order Thinking: Writer demonstrates clear understanding of how the theories/concepts relate to the topic 12 At the appropriate level, the writer uses critical thinking skills to analyze the topic and show how it can be applied in new and interesting ways 12 Points Earned:57/ 75 Organization (20%) Grading Criteria:EGANN/A Introduction provides sufficient background, thesis & previews points 4 Central theme/purpose is immediately clear6ю

Structure is clear, logical and easy to follow6 Sections/paragraphs are appropriately developed to support theme 6 Conclusion summarizes key points from the paper’s body 4 Points Earned:26/ 30 Style / Mechanics (30%) Grading Criteria:EGANN/A Format (10)%: Citations/reference page follow APA guidelines 0 Properly cites ideas/information from other sources 0 Paper is laid out effectively — uses headings other reader-friendly tools 2. 5 Paper is neat & shows attention to detail and appropriate formatting 1. 3 Grammar/Punctuation/Spelling (10%):

Rules of grammar, usage, spelling and punctuation are followed 5 Writer has proofread the assignment before posting 5 Readability/Style (10%): Sentences are complete, clear, and concise 2 Sentences are well-constructed with consistently strong, varied structure 2 Transitions between paragraphs/sections help maintain the flow3 Words used are precise and unambiguous 2 The tone is appropriate to the audience, content, and assignment3 Points Earned:25. 8/ 45 Automatic 50% deduction for failing to cite research in text-75 TOTAL POINTS EARNED:34/ 150ю


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