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Running head: ETHICS 1 Ethics Leila Peeples Making a Moral Decision Assessment 2 Capella University February, 2016
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ETHICS 2 Making a Moral Decision Invent a practical circumstance of your own choosing that illuminates differences  among the three approaches to normative theory; a circumstance in which the  duties, consequences, and virtues do not align with each other. It does not need  to be a grand, controversial social issue; an everyday moral dilemma will make  the conflict clearer. Just look for an example where doing your duty might cause  lasting harm, or where caring about people requires breaking the rules. Dilemma: Your friend and boss, Donna, the Human Resources Director, shares with you that she is having an affair with a previous employee, Omar, who was separated from employment for failing a random drug screen. Donna wants to get Omar rehired at the company although he has not been separated for the minimum six months required by company policy. You are close friends with Donna, her husband and Omar’s wife. Donna asks you to not tell anyone about the affair and to ask a department manager to hire Omar for their department. You
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