Standard Case Analysis

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Group: Standard Case Analysis Giddings, Janet Case analyses vary in length according to the complexity of the case. Make certain you take all of the following into consideration when analyzing, assessing, and applying theory to the case. If your case is past-tense and decisions and outcomes are stated, please do the analysis following this guideline and take a position, apply theory and all the other applications. Significant Facts : Key facts must be presented in an orderly manner. If any assumptions have to be made to proceed with your analysis, you should explicitly state them as assumptions. Be careful not to project ideas into the case; assumptions should be logical and evident. Stakeholders: Who may be affected by a decision? Who has a stake in the outcome? One of the firmest ideas in Western thinking is that each person has rights. The exact boundaries, contents, and origins of these rights are certainly disputed, but usually there is a workable consensus among people about what would clearly violate someone’s rights. Therefore, if we can identify
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