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Statement 1: We need to address Dr. Nguyen’s concerns further. What are the long-term implications of relying on market arbitration? Though the market’s neutrality means it is not inherently biased, manipulating the system for something unintended could have disastrous, unforeseen consequences. We should present ethical conclusions to the public, not slide them into the public consciousness via the free market.

Statement 2: I don’t see the issue here, but more importantly, I don’t see any changes that we are required to make. Making decisions based on ethics may or may not affect the market. We are not changing the way the market operates or imposing ethics on a neutral mechanism, so this is a non-issue. 

Statement 3: Dr.Reynolds is right. The market itself is free of bias, but we present our own biases through the demand and supply that keep the market alive. While we are not looking to change the fundamental mechanism of the free market, we can certainly impose or ease restrictions, which amounts to imposing desired ethics. This is not new, we are simply acknowledging the market as a means to express ethical decisions. 

Statement 4:The free market is virtually untapped in terms of forging a new and more ethical space. Its neutrality makes it a perfect canvas, and we can choose the paint. If we want to condone egg sales, we can even create an artificial demand that will boost the supply. Then, with proper advertising, we can generate real demand and set whole industries in motion when we deem it ethical to do so. 

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Write your introduction. Tell us what the paper is about. Provide a solid paragraph. If you use any sources here, be sure to cite them. The correct citations for the resources I have provided below are: (Pence, 2021) or (Pence, 2021, p. #) if you are quoting for the textbook. For the presentation, the correct citations are: (Instructor last name, n.d.) if you are not quoting. You must include a timestamp in the citation when quoting the video (Instructor last name, n.d., 1:21) if the quote starts one minute and 21 seconds into the video. The video doesn’t provide a timeline, so you have to time it yourself. I suggest always paraphrasing rather than quoting. If you use more than one video from the class, then you must distinguish between in your paper. Put the sources in alphabetical order (as I have here) and use n.d.-a, n.d.-b, etc. in citations. If you only use one video, only use n.d. (not n.d.-a, n.d.-b, etc.). Use your instructor’s name for any class videos or PowerPoints that you use/cite.

The second paragraph should cover how you feel about the topic and why. Consider the following questions. Did you have any views on the issue prior to viewing the scenario? If so, what were they? Did they change over the course of listening to the arguments? If so, how?

The third paragraph should cover which of the four responses offered in the scenario, which do you think is the most ethical and why. This is where you need to be sure to support your conclusions with evidence and specific examples from the textbook, including a minimum of one theory of ethics (Care Ethics, Virtue Ethics, Kantian Ethics, Social Contract Ethics [Hobbes, Rousseau or Rawls version of the Social Contract], Act Utilitarianism, or Rule Utilitarianism [not just utilitarianism – this is wrong] to defend your stance. Refer back to the material covered in Week 1.

The last paragraph is your conclusion. Tell us what you learned and how this experience might have changed or informed your stance on the topic. While you don’t necessarily need to refer to research here, supporting your opinion with credible sources (proving you have made an informed opinion) is best. Remember that your final paper must be 1-2 pages long.

References

Pence, G. (2021). Medical ethics: Accounts of ground-breaking cases (9th ed.). McGraw Hill Education.

I have provided the proper formatting for the textbook and the scenario video. The correct citations for the resources I have provided below are: (Pence, 2021) or (Pence, 2021, p. #) if you are quoting for the textbook. For the presentation, the correct citations are: (Tosh, n.d.) if you are not quoting. You must include a timestamp in the citation when quoting the video (Tosh, n.d., 1:21) if the quote starts one minute and 21 seconds into the video. The video doesn’t provide a timeline, so you must time it yourself. I suggest always paraphrasing rather than quoting.

If you use more than one video from the class, then you must distinguish between in your paper. Put the sources in alphabetical order (as I have here) and use n.d.-a, n.d.-b, etc. in citations. If you only use one video, only use n.d. (not n.d.-a, n.d.-b, etc.).

If Dr. Tosh is not teaching your class, the citations and references for the videos would use your instructor’s name and not Dr. Tosh’s name.

APA 7 is different from APA 6. Here is a website covering some key differences: https://www.scribbr.com/apa-style/apa-seventh-edition-changes/. Regarding references, these are the most common mistakes I see:

· You made errors in capitalization of titles in your references. In APA, standard capitalization rules are followed everywhere but in titles of articles in references. In those, only capitalize the first word of the title, the first word after a colon in the title, and proper nouns. You also made errors in italicization. Italicize the title of the article (unless it is followed by journal information — then italicize journal title and volume).

· City/state of publisher not listed in references in APA 7.

· Replace “Retrieved…from” with website title in APA 7. Website title follows article title. Do not have both website title and “Retrieved…from.”

· When you reference an article from a website and have no author, the reference follows this order: Article title in italics. (date). Website Title. Website URL. Use the article title (not the website title) in your citations.

Be sure to delete all this and other informational material included here from the template before you turn it in. Feel free to contact me with any questions you have.

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