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 Ethics Applied: Moral Actions
Multiple ethical theories espouse the reasons for and the meaning of the study of ethics. Much of philosophy is seen by the public as either difficult to understand or impossible to comprehend. The required textbook chapters and the Morality (Links to an external site.) article explore several ethical theories in depth (Lykan, 2001). In this discussion post, evaluate the value of any one of the ethical theories examined thus far in the course, and explain the actions it would take by all individuals to put the theory into action. List the positives and negatives for society by following this ethical theory. Minimum 400 words.
 
Required Resources
Text
Banks, C. (2016). Criminal justice ethics: Theory and practice (4th ed.). Retrieved from https://content.uagc.edu

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Chapter 12: Duty and Principle
Chapter 13: Considering the Consequences

Articles
Chapman, M. L., & Davis, F. V. (1978). Skills for ethical action: A process to judgment and action. Educational Leadership, 35(6), 457-461. Retrieved from http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership.aspx

The full-text version of this article is available in the EBSCOhost database located in the University of Arizona Global Campus Library. It will assist you in responding to this week’s discussion, “Moral Actions: Motivations and Relevance.”

Lykan, W. (2001). Morality (Links to an external site.). Retrieved from http://www.unc.edu/~ujanel/Morality.htm

This article discusses the moral theory for moral decisions. It will assist you in responding to this week’s discussion, “Ethics Applied: Moral Actions.”

Purdue Online Writing Lab. (n.d.). Logical fallacies (Links to an external site.). Retrieved from https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/general_writing/academic_writing/logic_in_argumentative_writing/fallacies.html

This site provides a listing and definitions of various logical fallacies. It will assist you in completing this week’s assignment, “Logical Fallacies and Criminal Justice.”

Roh, Y.-R. (2003). An extended conception of rationality and moral actions. Journal of Value Inquiry, 37(1), 35-49. doi:10.1023/a:1024033810944

The full-text version of this article is available in the ProQuest database located in the University of Arizona Global Campus Library. This article discusses moralism and rational choice. It will assist you in responding to this week’s discussion, “Moral Actions: Motivations and Relevance.”

Recommended Resource
Supplemental Material
Hicks, W. (2015). CRJ524 professional resources list Download CRJ524 professional resources list. Retrieved from https://bridgepoint.equella.ecollege.com/curriculum/file/78ce1060-b8b0-4666-8a12-ecc460da8d1b/1/CRJ524_Professional Resources List.docx

This document provides additional resources in the form of articles, multimedia, and websites that may be helpful in the development of your learning in the field of criminal justice. This source may assist you in your weekly discussions.