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Jeopardy. Hosted by Dr. William J. Frey. Responsible Dissent. Responsible Dissent. Responsible Dissent. Responsible Dissent. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. Row 1, Col 1. What is Whistle Blowing?.

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Jeopardy

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Dr. William J. Frey


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Responsible Dissent

Responsible Dissent

Responsible Dissent

Responsible Dissent

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Row 1 col 1

Row 1, Col 1

What is Whistle Blowing?

It is often treated as the only form of

organizational dissent

It always produces harm.

The moral question is whether

the harms it avoids compensates for

the harms it produces.


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1,2

What are making sure the issue is important, making use of dispute resolution methods, and collecting documented evidence?

More things to do before blowing

the whistle.


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1,3

What is the circumstance of compromise called moral complexity?

“Diversity naturally arises from our

limited powers and distinct

perspectives; it is unrealistic

to suppose that all our differences

are rooted in ignorance and

perversity….”


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1,4

When does whistle blowing become a moral obligation?

1-3. There is a serious and considerable harm,

immediate supervisor has been notified,

and chain of command has been exhausted.

4. There is documented evidence that would

convince a third party

5. There is reasonable evidence that the harm

prevented will be greater than the harm caused


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2,1

What are generic forms of ethical dissent?

Gather information

Nolocontendere

Negotiate

Oppose

Distance yourself

Exit


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2,2

What are good reasons or motives to blow the whistle?

  • Maintaining your personal integrity

  • Protecting your organization’s reputation

  • or finances

  • Reducing threats to public safety and health


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2,3

What is another circumstance in disagreement that recommends moral compromise?

“The desirability of preserving

continuing, cooperative

relationships among members

of a family or citizens of a nation”


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2,4

What are bad motives for whistle blowing or for organizational dissent in general?

  • To show someone that you

  • will not be ignored

  • To punish someone for

  • their behavior toward you


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3,1

What are three ways of addressing value conflicts?

Value Integration

Compromise

Trade Offs.


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3,2

What is a Factual Disagreement?

Different participants have

different, incompatible

information sets

pertinent to the situation.


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3,3

What are some of the consequences suffered by whistle blowers?

1. Lost of job

2. Negative job performance evaluations

3. Having work more closely monitored by supervisors

4. Being criticized or avoided by coworkers

5. Being blacklisted from getting another job.


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3,4

What are parties to whom you can blow the whistle as a last resort in responsible dissent?

An agency of the government

A non-government organization

(NGO)

The press or mass media

An ethics hotline

Your company’s board of directors

A professional society


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4,1

What is leading an Organizational Charge?

A form of responsible dissent that

opposes without blowing the whistle


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4,2

What is “circumstances of compromise”?

  • Factual uncertainty

  • Moral complexity

  • Continuing cooperative relationship

  • Decision cannot be deferred

  • Scarcity of resources


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4,3

What are the more personal costs of whistle blowing?

1) Severe depression or anxiety

2) Feelings of isolation or powerlessness

3) Distrust of others

4) Declining physical health

5) Severe financial decline

6) Problems with family relations


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4,4

What are different ways of blowing the whistle?

Anonymously or publicly

Inside the organization or outside

Alone or as part of an organizational

charge

With or without documented evidence

With or without resigning from your

office or job


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5,1

What are establishing a clear foundation, keeping arguments on a professional plane, and catching problems early?

Things to do before blowing

the whistle


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5,2

What is a compromise?

A decision which “splits the difference”

between the disputants. (Each side gives

in so that the result is not the

first choice of either)


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5,3

When is whistle-blowing morally permissible?

1. Risk of a

“serious and considerable harm”

2. Notification of immediate supervisor

3. Supervisor has not responded and

matter has been raised before

three additional internal levels


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5,4

What are the some of the requirements of a DPO or dissenting professional opinion procedure?

Includes steps such as multiple

levels of hearing, investigation by

an independent committee that

includes peer review, and filing

the message in a publicly

accessible archive


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