Micro Reflection Paper

Micro Reflection Paper - Stephanie Wendel 12/14/2011 Micro...

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Stephanie Wendel 12/14/2011 Micro Paper #1 Micro Reflection Paper My reflections of the different chapters that we have read and discussed are very scrambled. I found the Practical Business Ethics book to be the most interesting of the three books that we have for class. The real world stories of companies and countries really bring it to earth with the average reader. In class we were discussing the Fuller case. It was about the children in Central America and how the large number of orphans has a huge problem with sniffing glue because it relieves the pain and loneliness. The problem was they were becoming addicted and kids were even dying. As soon as a newspaper published a story about the company making the specific glue all hell broke loose. I’m highlighting this particular story because of the class discussion. It was very interesting to me to see the different views people had on whose problem this really was and what can be or what should be done. I honestly think if the class had the time we
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2011 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor Milan during the Spring '10 term at Ivy Tech Community College.

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