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Thursday Night Dilemmas
Fairchild, Gregory B.; Sinclair, Safiya Case E-0433 / Published May 19, 2020 / 5 pages.
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This case focuses on how to think about personal and business ethical dilemmas. The case presents three ethical dilemmas: two hypothetical scenarios presented to Kiara in her ethics class, and one real situation in her personal life. While dilemmas one and two may be unethical but legal, dilemma three involves an actual crime. Kiara has been working as a cosmetologist at her aunt's salon for three years, and she has just discovered illegal business activity there.


Learning Objectives

1) To provide frameworks and concepts to help students better recognize and incorporate ethical considerations in their decision-making, so that they can act more effectively. 2) To help students understand and articulate their own values, as well as expose them to diverse values and beliefs. 3) To encourage students to practice learning and creating shared understanding amid diversity. Through this case, students learn how to create a process for tackling difficult and ambiguous situations, so they can build their capacity to make complex decisions.

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  • Overview

    This case focuses on how to think about personal and business ethical dilemmas. The case presents three ethical dilemmas: two hypothetical scenarios presented to Kiara in her ethics class, and one real situation in her personal life. While dilemmas one and two may be unethical but legal, dilemma three involves an actual crime. Kiara has been working as a cosmetologist at her aunt's salon for three years, and she has just discovered illegal business activity there.

  • Learning Objectives

    Learning Objectives

    1) To provide frameworks and concepts to help students better recognize and incorporate ethical considerations in their decision-making, so that they can act more effectively. 2) To help students understand and articulate their own values, as well as expose them to diverse values and beliefs. 3) To encourage students to practice learning and creating shared understanding amid diversity. Through this case, students learn how to create a process for tackling difficult and ambiguous situations, so they can build their capacity to make complex decisions.