Theory of Justice & Ethics of Care in Organizations

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Which theory of justice would take into account an individual's background, emotions, and intelligence?

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1. In a traditional theory of justice:

2. The Smith family has three children, one of whom has a rare form of leukemia. Although both Smith parents are working, neither has health insurance, and they are unable to pay for the expensive cancer treatments. Which of the responses below best exemplifies Gilligan's ethics of care?

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It only takes a few minutes to answer the questions on this quiz and worksheet and assess your understanding of the theory of justice and ethics of care in organizations. When you take this quiz, you'll review subjects such as accurate statements about a traditional theory of justice and which theory of justice takes into account an individual's intelligence, background and emotions.

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  • Which theory of justice takes into account an individual's emotions, intelligence and background
  • An statement about a traditional theory of justice
  • How a scenario involving two working parents, neither of whom have health insurance to pay for the expensive cancer treatments for their child with leukemia, exemplifies Gilligan's ethics of care
  • How the outcome of a scenario in which three young men are charged with theft exemplifies a traditional theory of justice
  • A true statement about ethics

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  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer a question concerning an accurate statement about a traditional theory of justice
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding ethics and interpret it correctly

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  • Identify the philosopher who proposed the traditional theory of justice
  • Differentiate between masculine and feminist viewpoints of justice and care
  • Outline how a degree of prosecution and punishment would be adjusted under ethics of care
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