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Table data 1 PHI-210RS 5 Dec 2020 Module 7: Case Analysis 6 A studious woman has taken on the challenge of embedding herself in to a subculture of a particular group in order to truly get the insider facts and learn more about them. This particular sect of individuals is the primary resident in the urban slums. Our sociologist learns—after gaining confidence and trust of community members—that others in said community are participating in a car-theft ring. Ultimately, she decides not to report this to the police. "Sometimes a single obligation will be present in a moral situation. But often two or more will be present, and many times they will conflict. In such cases, the challenge is to choose wisely among them." (Ruggiero, 112). Indeed, we find ourselves at indecision about a plethora of things very often; whether it be the crossroad between two jobs and weighing the pros and cons of both, or whether it be the moral and ethical indecision of truth, loyalty, selflessness versus selfishness, etc. If two choices yield ethical utility, then one must choose wisely—either

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