1. List the five steps of Decision-making.
The five steps of decision-making are utilitarian decisionmaking, right decision making, fairness and justice decision
making, common good decision making, and the virtue decision
2. What is the difference
Unit Three: Text Questions
1. What is the difference between civil cases and criminal cases?
The difference between civil cases and criminal cases the area in which
the both cases are discovered, also the point at which the revealing to
the defenses all o
Unit two: Text questions
1. What are the steps a bill takes before it becomes a law?
The steps that requires a bill to take before it becomes is as follows. The bill
has to be introduced by a proposal, once the bill has been introduced, it is
Unit one: Discussion questions 2
Discuss an ethical dilemma that you or someone you know faced.
What did you (or the person) do? What approach was used?
An Ethical dilemma that a person I know has faced was being sentenced to
prison for arm robbery, and a
Unit 7: Discussion Question 2
Do you think that divorce laws should be tougher, making it more difficult for
couples to end a marriage? Why or why not?
No. So many people assume the decision to divorce is easy and casual. But the average divorcing
Unit 6: text questions
1. What are the rights of a consumer?
1. Right of safety
2. Right of information
3. Right to choices
4. Right to be heard
5. Right to redress
6. Right to consumer education
7. Right to basic needs
8. Right to healthy environment
Unit 7; Text Questions
1. List the different types of families that are emerging in the new millennium.
1. Same- sex
2. Common law marriages
3. Single mothers
4. Single fathers
5. Blended Families
6. Grandparents fulfilling the roles of parents to their g
Unit four: Text questions
1. What are the three main types of torts?
The three main types of torts are divided into to 3 types of classifications
which are intentional, negligent, and strict liability.
2. What are the four ways a negligence case is evalua
Unit 8: Text Questions.
1. List the rights described in the First Amendment.
Right to say what they want and may set up newspapers or other forms of media
without fear of government interference.
Right to gather when they want without interference( provid