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Types of Ethical Dilemmas Types of Ethical Dilemmas 1. TRUTH versus LOYALTY 2. INDIVIDUAL versus COMMUNITY 3. SHORT TERM versus LONG TERM 4. JUSTICE versus MERCY
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Practicing Problem Solving: Academic Integrity A take-home exam allows students to consult any book, but forbids any joint work on the exam. One student discovers an old textbook in the library that contains the questions and answers. He shares the name of this book with some other students. Another student is not made aware of the book until after the exam.
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When he is talking with the teacher about his low grade (compared to the rest of the class), he tells the teacher that many did not get the grade they deserved. The teacher wants to know who cheated . What should the student do? Take a few minutes and jot down: What type of dilemma is this? What do you think should happen? Why?
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Systems for Resolution: ENDS-BASED : UTILITARIANISM o Greatest good for the greatest number o Promoting “the greatest happiness” RULE-BASED : DEONTOLOGICAL o “rules are rules” approach CARE-BASED : Golden Rule o Do to others as you would have them do to you.
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