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Ethical Analysis. Steps to follow when confronted with an ethical issue. Step 1: Identify and describe clearly the facts. Who What Where When Why How. Step 2: Define the conflict or dilemma and identify the higher values involved. Highest Values Ethical, Social, and political issues

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ethical analysis

Ethical Analysis

Steps to follow when confronted with an ethical issue.

step 2 define the conflict or dilemma and identify the higher values involved
Step 2: Define the conflict or dilemma and identify the higher values involved.
  • Highest Values
  • Ethical, Social, and political issues
    • Freedom, privacy, protection of property, and free enterprise.
step 3 identify the stakeholders
Step 3: Identify the Stakeholders
  • Every ethical, social, and political issue has stakeholders:
  • Players in the game who have interest in the outcome, who have invested in the situation, and who usually have vocal opinions
  • Need to find out who these groups are and find out what they want.
step 4 identify the options that you can reasonably take
Step 4: Identify the options that you can reasonably take.
  • You may find that none of the options satisfy all the interests involved, but some options do a better ob than others.
  • “BALANCING”
step 5 identify the potential consequences of your options
Step 5: Identify the potential consequences of your options.
  • Always ask yourself “ What if I choose this option consistently over time?”
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