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1Jeffrey BlackwoodENG- 106Dr. Verrone06/01/2021It's difficult to maintain a pleasant lifestyle; how much money does a person require tomake ends meet? There are many responses to this topic, but a few people are willing to donatetheir lungs, eyes, hearts, sperm, blood, and other organs in exchange for a large sum of money.This may appear odd, but people will go to great lengths for the proper amount of money. Manypeople are waiting for an organ transplant, and some have been on these lists for a long time.Waiting for a benefactor who might be a coordinate might be excruciating for the recipient andhis or her family. The never-ending bills add to the stress. Many families are unable to affordlong-term care. Unfortunately, many patients on the waiting lists will die while waiting for anorgan transplant. As a result, some people resort to the illicit market in order to obtain the organthey require. The persons who these folks go to are known as "organ brokers”. The folks whoprofit the most from unlawful sales are the wealthy and the brokers. They take advantage ofthose who can afford to come to them. Organ trades are misused because organ brokers and thosewho can buy from them profit at the expense of vulnerable disadvantaged people.The behavior of misusing assets and benefitting from them is known as abuse ormanipulation. Misuse is regarded as fundamental, or value based. Shame can be depicted as aconversation between two persons. A structure that unjustifiably helps one set of people at theexpense of another is an example of basic abuse (Wertheimer & Zwolinski, 2017). The
2fundamental premise of the organ trade is to take advantage of another person's weakness inorder to obtain another person's organs. The legal definition of misuse refers to the act of treatingsomeone or something badly or unfairly. The second criterion involves brokers who exploitindividuals, which is an example of value-based exploitation. In many circumstances,exploitation can be personal or socially beneficial, yet it is still unjustifiable to one of the personsinvolved. Individual misuse is the act of coercing or wielding authority over a vulnerableindividual or forcing a helpless individual to provide services for the benefit of another person,and it is an example of structural exploitation (Wertheimer & Zwolinski, 2017). In this way, thethird model employs a poor individual to commit the act of offering or purchasing organs inexchange for money or other benefits. Misuse isn't just about what a person can obtain or howmuch money they can make; it's also about how one person treats another human being.

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