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It is late April, and you need a summer job. In a local newspaper, you see and ad for a potential job.

It is late April, and you need a summer job. In a local newspaper, you see and ad for a potential job. The only problem is that the ad specifically mentions that it is “a continuing, full-time position.” You know that you will be returning to college in the fall. Is it ethical for you to apply for the job without mentioning this fact? Why or why not? If you feel it is unethical to withhold the information that you plan to return to college in the fall, is there any way you can ethically apply?
2. You serve on the advisory committee of your college's bookstore, which is a private business that leases space on campus and donates 10 percent of its profits to student scholarships. The head of the bookstore wishes to stock Simple Study Guides, a popular series of plot summaries and character analyses of classic literary works. In similar bookstores, the sale of Simple Study Guides yields annual profits of more than $10,000. Six academic departments have signed a statement condemning the idea. Should you support the bookstore head or the academic departments?
3. Do case #3 on page 54-55 in chapter 3. Include a separate paragraph that explains your reasoning and process that you learned from the chapter to solve the case. For example, you may say something like this: “I utilized the information about communicating ethically across cultures on page 33 when I suggested so and so be done. Because of the principle called “the moral minimum” I felt such and such would create the best outcome for X company.”

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