Case study 2 extra - Dr Priya Raman Comm 173 MW12:00 HW 3 Extra Credit Case Study Case Study One Ethics 1 I feel as if the heart of the problem

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Dr. Priya Raman Comm 173 MW12:00 HW 3: Extra Credit Case Study Case Study One: Ethics 1. I feel as if the heart of the problem lies in the lack of interest Rajpal and Balbir has for one another. It does not seem to me that they fell in love with one another when they first met. I am completely for arranged marriages. My Middle Eastern culture embraces it because who better than the people who know you best could chose a potential husband or wife. We already seek marital advice from our parents, so we respect their opinions and look forward to what they think and have to say. In this case, the two of them are apparently not expressing much love for one another. The two did not seem to share a love connection; even though, Rajpal and Balbir had intentions to meet the love of their life. The difference in their background plays an enormous role in the current situation. Rajpal, a woman of South Asian descent, is unhappy with her marriage, and her family blames her failing in the marriage. Rajpal will not be able to tell her husband how
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Case study 2 extra - Dr Priya Raman Comm 173 MW12:00 HW 3 Extra Credit Case Study Case Study One Ethics 1 I feel as if the heart of the problem

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