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For your final paper, you must write in a careful, theoretical way. You must use at least five (5) scholarly, outside sources in the construction of your argument. At a minimum, you will examine the practical, ethical/social obligations; the need for appropriate actions; and the optimal ethical, decision-making processes existing in one of the four following topic areas:
1. The Role of Government
2. The role of Corporations
3. Environmental Issues
4. Ethical Integrity.
Students are encouraged to provide personal experiences, where appropriate, and offer suggestions to improve current and future ethical decision processes in their chosen area of research. Students are encouraged to discuss their ideas for the research paper with their instructor throughout the course. Your instructor is always available through email and in the “Questions and Comments” discussion board for feedback.
Writing the Research Paper
The Research Paper:
§ Must be eight-pages, double-spaced (excluding the title page, reference page, exhibits, etc.) and formatted according to APA style as outlined in your approved APA style guide. Papers with more or less than the required length will have two points deducted from the final score for each page under or over.
§ Must include a cover page:...