Watch these two videos and the one companion article. They are about three highly publicized incidents where actions by employees forced each company to take a drastic and unusual action. As you watch, think about the ethics of what is happening. Then in 1-2 sentences per number, answer the questions. Spelling and grammar count. There must be at least one text reference (page/chapter/edition).
There is no right or wrong answer. There is only a complete answer that is supported by a complete reference to the text.
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/14/us/college-admissions-scandal-questions.html?module=inline (Links to an external site.)
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/15/health/evolus-wrinkles-toxin-jeuveau.html?action=click&module=MoreInSection&pgtype=Article®ion=Footer&contentCollection=Health (Links to an external site.)
https://www.foxbusiness.com/sports/katelyn-ohashi-ucla-ncaa-rules-pay (Links to an external site.)
1. Do you think the children students who were admitted to these elite schools based on their parents’ bribery should be allowed to stay in that college? Why?
2. Should the doctors disclose this event to anyone and, if so, to whom? Why?
3. Read and watch the video on Katelyn Ohashi. Who do you see exhibiting unethical behavior? Explain?
4. Think about the Approaches to Ethical Reasoning, Duty-Based Ethics and Outcome Based Ethics. Which approach do you think the doctors should use when handling their attendance at the NewTox event? Which approach should the management of USC use? Which approach should have been used by the unethical party in the Ohashi case? Explain?