Thomas Molineaux

Thomas Molineaux - Dear Mr. Jones; I was immediately...

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Dear Mr. Jones; I was immediately interested in your article in the Daily Tar heel as soon as I read the title, but upon further examination I was disappointed. Although fundamentally well written and executed, your article fails to mention the players being held responsible for their actions and even places blame undeservedly onto the head coach, Butch Davis. As a newspaper writer for such a prestigious university that takes academic integrity so seriously, I was extremely surprised when your article’s tone implied that the sole responsibility rested on the coach. Especially when you quoted him out of context attempting to make him appear as the guilty party, “‘This is obviously someone who worked with our son,’ Davis said. ‘To be honest with you, I think we’re a little bit surprised and possibly disappointed’” (Jones). Moral knowing can be defined, “as the cognitive stage of moral development in which an individual becomes aware of the presence of moral issues” (3 Bennett, Zhang, and
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