Resolve the ethical dilemma and multicultural issues presented in the case study scenarios linked in Resources, and apply the material to this assignment.
To create an effective resolution, reflect on your responses to related discussion questions and review the recommendations made on your posts by peers.
Use the Ethics Case Study Template linked in Resources to build your PowerPoint presentation.
As in the previous assignment, you may enhance the design of the presentation to make it more effective.
Your PowerPoint should include the following:
Enter a descriptive title of approximately 5–15 words that concisely communicates the heart of the case study. It should stir interest while maintaining professional decorum.
Enter your name, a job title, and an organization that would fit with your case study. These last two elements may be fictional.
Case Study Overview slides: Provide the briefest possible narrative of the professional conflict in the case. Additional supporting details and references may be added in the notes section below the slide. The overview should include:
The professional setting of the case.
Short descriptions of the people involved and their roles.
A concise summation of the ethical dilemma.
Ethical Concerns slides: Bullet three or more ethical concerns in the case and apply one or more ethical standards to each concern. Additional supporting details and references may be added in the notes section below the slide. Be sure to include links to pertinent elements of the code.
Comparison of Ethical Theories slides: In the first row of the table provided, identify two ethical theories that you think would be the most appropriate for the situations in the case. In the following rows, compare relevant features of the two theories. In the notes section, evaluate which theory provides a more functional framework for your case and explain why.
Note that ethical theories and ethical decision-making models are two different things. Please make sure you are comparing, contrasting, and evaluating two ethical theories.
Ethical Decision-Making Model slides:
Use Fisher’s ethical decision-making model and identify each step in the model.
Apply the model to your case and, under each step of the model, describe how that step would look if applied to the case.
Incorporate multicultural issues presented in the case study within the selected ethical decision-making model.
Copy this slide as needed and combine steps on the slides as necessary or appropriate. In the notes section, include supporting narrative details for your bullet points.
Please make sure you are applying steps of the ethical decision-making model to your case.
Proposed Resolution slide: Use bullet points to summarize your proposed resolution to the ethical dilemmas in the case. In the notes section, add supporting narrative details for your bullet points.
References slides: Use current APA style and formatting guidelines.
Written communication: Should be free of errors that detract from the overall message.
Format: Use the Ethics Case Study Template linked in Resources. Use current APA style and formatting guidelines as applicable.
References: You must cite best practices from at least three scholarly research articles in this assignment. You may cite reputable sources from websites, books, textbooks, and assigned resources as well, but these will not count toward the three required scholarly research references.
Length of PowerPoint: A minimum of 10 slides.
Scene 1, Professor’s Office
Ben: Good Morning Jenny. Are you interruptible?
Jenny: Oh hi Ben. (friendly and teasing), nice surprise. Well, I was just prepping for my upcoming course, but for the department chair I am sure I can take a few minutes.
Ben: Well, I certainly appreciate the time, professor. I wish I had good news. Have you heard about Stan? His wife Julia just had a stroke yesterday.
Jenny: Oh my god, that is terrible!
Ben: I know. It truly is just awful. They think she will be okay but she is probably going to need lots of therapy. Stan is going to take the semester off to help out with her and the kids.
Jenny: Oh what a nightmare. Poor Julia, and Stan and the kids.
Ben: I know, that is why I am here. It leaves us shorthanded here too. Stan was going to teach biopsychology this semester and now he will not be able to. I was hoping you could step in and teach the course.
Jenny: (apprehensive) Oh my, well I do not know Ben, I am really not sure. I only had one biospych course myself as an undergrad…
Ben: No need to worry, we can get all the syllabus and all the material information from Stan and I bet you would do a great job. Listen, there we have got fifteen students who need to that course to graduate. We cannot let them down.
Jenny: That is a sticky situation, Ben but I am just not sure…
Ben: Oh you will be fine. You are still interested in that full-time position when Professor Lee retires, right? Oh by the way, I need to know your answer by 3:00 today whether or not you can teach the course. If not I need to find another professor.
Jenny: Okay Ben. Let me think about it and I will get back to you today.