Course:  Ethics (ETHC 445) Hello, this assignment will have 3 milestones that are due on separate dates.  The three milestones will  collectively result in a final paper. I prefer one tutor to complet

Course:  Ethics (ETHC 445)

Hello, this assignment will have 3 milestones that are due on separate dates.  The three milestones will  collectively result in a final paper. I prefer one tutor to complete all three milestones, resulting in a final paper.  At this time only the Proposal is due. However, I have included instructions for both the proposal and the overall project below to give you a better outlook on what is expected.

Required ResourcesRead/review the following resources for this activity:

  • Textbook: review previous chapters
  • Lesson
  • Minimum of 1 scholarly source

IntroductionThis week, we will begin the course project that will be due in Week 7. Review the full instructions for the Course Project (located in Week 7) before working on this milestone activity.

The project has 3 milestones:

  • Week 3: Proposal – Due 1/26/2020 at 8AM, Eastern standard time
  • Week 5: Annotated Bibliography – Due 2/9/2020 at 8AM, Eastern standard time
  • Week 7: Final Paper- Due 2/23/2020 at 8AM, Eastern standard time

InstructionsThis week, create a proposal that references 1 scholarly source for the research project you intend to complete.

  • Locate and describe a central controversy that requires deft and subtle handling.
  • Include an introduction and thesis (that would work for the Week 7 Course Project) to the best extent that you know it at this point in time.

A title page is not needed.

Writing Requirements (APA format)

  • Length: 1 page (not including reference page)
  • 1-inch margins
  • Double spaced
  • 12-point Times New Roman font
  • References page (minimum of 1 scholarly source)

DUE: 1/26/2020 at 8AM, Eastern standard time.  (Only the Proposal is due at this time)

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FINAL PAPER

  • Required ResourcesRead/review the following resources for this activity:
  • Minimum of 5 scholarly sources (This includes the sources from the annotated bibliography. Additional sources may be included as appropriate.)

InstructionsThis week you will submit your final paper.

The paper should include the following: 

  • Create your own 4-6 paragraph “dilemma” based on the controversial topic you chose in Week 3.
    • Summarize the dilemma.
    • Identify the key points of the dilemma.
    • Define the key terms associated with the dilemma.
    • Analyze the conflicts or controversies involved in the dilemma.
    • Provide an original point of view relative to the dilemma and the issue it signals.
  • Apply Kant’s Categorical Imperative to the dilemma.
  • Apply one other method you have encountered in lecture material and the readings.
  • State which of the two methods you selected you prefer and why.
  • Use the 5 articles from your annotated bibliography. (Additional academic scholarly research from the past 5 years can be included as well.)

Include a reference page at the end of your paper in APA format that includes your bibliography with the annotations removed and any other sources used in your final paper.

Paragraphs

  • Paragraphs are composed around topics, which naturally and organically emerge from a complex, focused, and sophisticated thesis.
  • Each paragraph explores one topic and one topic only.
  • Topics directly relate to the thesis and are not theses in and of themselves.
  • The paragraph completely and fully develops and explains the topic and provides details, examples, illustrations, and quotations from research as well as from the primary texts.
  • Topics and paragraphs rise above commonplace thinking and summary.
  • Quoted material is used powerfully to support analytical points (and not as padding).
  • There is a graceful transition to the next paragraph.
  • The ideas explored are significant, substantive, and instructive.
  • Ideas/topics support the overarching thesis so that the paper is a unified whole, and not a concatenation of appended mini-essays.