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Almedin Mulasalihovic 11/25/16 MEDC 2200 Case Study #2 Decision making never has and will never be simple for the human being. You will usually find out that even after years of experience on life issues a professional driver will never be willing to accept to move out of his or her comfort zone to seek for a new better paying job. This is because it's never simple to make decisions mostly when they directly affect our lives. The Kohlberg's model is a theory that tries to explain decision making in the human being and the factors that affect it. It's divided into three levels preconvention morality, conventional molarity and the post-conventional molarities with each of the steps divided each into two distinct divisions referred to as stages. The stages tend to be divided into opposing sides such that a person finds him or herself choosing a side that he or she thinks it's the best for him. The late Colonel Sanders' secret recipe for Kentucky Fried Chicken recently found its way into the hands of Chicago Tribune journalist Jay Jones. Practically by mistake, yes I mean by mistake but who cares because it has already happened and it cannot be taken back. There is no way that we can be able to "backspace" the human mind and delete the ideas that he has already seen mostly in such a case that it's too valuable. First of all, it was not the journalist's
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