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Analyzing Ethical Dilemmas

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Sultan Al-Maari

on 10 April 2016

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Transcript of Analyzing Ethical Dilemmas

1. Identify and clearly describe the facts
In this step, you need to find out who did what to whom, and where, when, and how he/she did it.
3. Identify the stakeholders.
Every ethical, social, and political issue has stakeholders, the players in the game who have an interest in the outcome, who have invested in the situation, and usually who have vocal opinions.
5. Identify the potential consequences of your options.
Some options may be ethically correct but disastrous from other points of view. Other options may work in this one instance but not in other similar instances.
Analyzing Ethical Dilemmas
What is an ethical dilemma?
Dilemma is a situation in which there are at least two diametrically opposed actions, each of which supports a desirable outcome.

Analyzing an ethical dilemma is done in a five-steps process.
2. Define the conflict and identify the higher-order values involved.
Ethical, social, and political issues always reference higher values. Otherwise, there would be no debate. The parties to a dispute all claim to be pursuing higher values (for example, freedom, privacy, protection of property, and the free
enterprise system).
By: Sultan Al-Maari
4. Identify the options that you can reasonably take.
You may find that none of the options satisfies all the interests involved, but that some options do a better job than others.
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