Coffee Break synapsis - PartA:CoffeeBreak...

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Part A: Coffee Break When Anita listens to her friend about the idea of making the quick 600 dollars a week  she is quite skeptical about the scenario.  She thinks about it, rationalizes the idea and decides  to call the management team about the incident.  Anita capitulates on her reasoning of whether  it is right or wrong and her sense of workplace ethic.  The idea of making a quick buck using a  company system on company time is unheard of.  Though Tanya is doing this, in the thrill and  response of Evan having done it, this in entirely an incorrigible decision. Anita did solve the  problem and made effective critical thinking and judgment so that she would feel morally and  ethically bound and complete for  herself.   Part B:  Personal ethical response In my past, during my first marriage, I did not credibly enable my skills of critical thinking. 
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  • Spring '08
  • KURTS
  • incorrigible decision. Anita, narrow minded judgment

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