This essay focuses on Ch 1 Case Study Harvard Cheating Scandal.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XF91EwL-qEQ&feature=emb_logo 1) What is meant by the culture of an organization?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XF91EwL-qEQ&feature=emb_logo 1) What is meant by the culture of an organization? Do you think having a written “honor code” can impact the culture and integrity of an institution? Why or why not? Give an example, real or hypothetical, to support your opinion. Each group member must post an initial comment of 5-10 sentences on their claimed discussion question. To earn full credit, your post must be thoughtful, directly address the question, and demonstrate an understanding of the material by utilizing terms and concepts from the reading – for example, use ethical reasoning terms from page 29 in the book. Add interest to your post by including analogies or other real life examples from your own experience or in the news. ach group member must post responses to TWO of the other Discussion Questions that they did not initially address. Responses must be 3-5
Firstly, submit on time
Secondly, submit according to rules
Thirdly, submit as per the guidelines
Further, ensure credibility
Further, ensure integrity
In addition, ensure tidiness
lastly, ensure to be time bound
The thesis for your argument needs to be opinionated or debatable. The thesis will usually fall into 4 different categories or claims. You SHOULD make sure that your thesis fits one of the following types of claims. Sometimes, an arguable thesis may overlap and use 2 or even 3 different claims. Remember, the more claims you incorporate into your thesis, the longer your essay will be. Be sure that you construct a focused and narrow thesis-claim that will allow you enough room to write a full essay on your topic.
1) Claims of Fact or Definition
If you choose to make a claim of fact or definition, be sure that you choose a DEBATABLE fact or definition. For example, if a student claimed that the Brazilian Samba was a slow graceful dance, it would only take a few moments of research for me to find that it is actually a fast-paced, rhythmic, and lively dance. So clearly, this claim would not be debatable; there is no argument. However people disagree about many supposed “facts.”
One debatable claim I always encounter in the classroom is whether or not student grades really measure achievement.
Another claim is whether or not a lie-detector test is really accurate. Are methods of torture (i.e. water-boarding) necessary measures the government should undergo in order to get a suspect to divulge crucial information? And what constitutes “necessary measures” in the first place?