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Module 2The information that you will need for the discussion can be found in Case 7, p. 62; Case 2c, p. 61; and Case 6, p. 140 of Thinking Critically About Ethical Issues. As in all cases for this course, you must identify the parties and the moral issue(s) at stake. In the diversity of customs or interests presented in the cases for this module, try to uncover any underlying values that are shareable among the parties involved.Case 7- The parties involved in this case would be the husband, the wife and the overnight guest. In this case TheEskimo husband is morally correct in his cultural. Just because it is morally wrong in our cultural does notmake it moral wrong in general. Neither our ways or the Eskimo’s way is more correct than the other. (Now on a side note if I was the Eskimo husband, I would not have any overnight guest ever.)Case 2c-The parties involved in this case would be the tribe members and the sick person/people. I do not