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Example Ethical Dilemma EssayAs an example of the flow of thought for your paper, below is a somewhat abbreviated essay using a real estate case study. Because the assignment is asking you to talk about how you personally would respond to the ethical situation, it is appropriate to use first person (I, me, etc.), when discussing your own views and potential actions. This is not the normal "academic" way towrite, but it is acceptable in cases like this.Notethat this example is not one of the five case studies provided in the assignment handout (provided on the assignment web page). For the actual assignment you will need to research the topic you have chosen and then discuss your findings. You should cite your resources using the GCU Style Guide/Template, along with a References page. Some potential sources are provided in the assignment handout (they are formatted correctly except that they need to be double spaced). You are not required to do so, but you may use what is below as a template, after removing this first page. The headings fit the directions for the assignment.
Josephine StudentCWV-101August 15, 2015Andy McClurgAnalysis of an Ethical DilemmaPeople face ethical dilemmas all through their lives, some minor with few consequences, and others major with large, sometimes unexpected negative consequences. For example, the actions of one man, Bernie Madoff, led to investors being cheated out of billions of dollars (Ferrell, Fraedrich, and Ferrell, 2012). How we navigate our way through these dilemmas is influenced by our worldview, and has an impact on shaping our worldview. Our worldviews sometimes must face the practical test – that is whether they can be lived out in real life (Hiles and Smith, 2014). The following ethical dilemma involves a real estate agent named Sam and