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Learning Objective: Evaluate ethical implications of a decision. Evaluate decision-making outcomes and processes. Prompt:Read the various perspectives on the death penalty.The following articles are...

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Learning Objective:

  • Evaluate ethical implications of a decision.
  • Evaluate decision-making outcomes and processes.

Prompt:Read the various perspectives on the death penalty.The following articles are in the University Library

Death throes

https://harvardmagazine.com/2016/11/death-throes

Gregg v Georgia

https://www.nytimes.com/1976/07/03/archives/excerpts-from-decisions-by-supreme-court-justices-on-death-penalty.html andhttps://web.utk.edu/~scheb/decisions/Gregg.htm

European Union

http://ezproxy.apus.edu/login?url=https://search.credoreference.com./content/entry/mcfcpus/european_union_memorandum_on_the_death_penalty/0

Instructions:

Evaluate each argument for validity and soundness. Discuss the structural strengths and weaknesses of each argument. Discuss who has the stronger argument?Why?Your response must be in your own words. Your initial post should be 3 to 4 short paragraphs that reflect research, course content synthesis and reflection. Provide attribution for the source of your learning.

Answered Same Day Jun 04, 2020 BUSN410

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Akansha answered on Jun 07 2020
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ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS OF A DECISION
The decision-making processes include how the problems are interpreted, the reasons for why that decision is crucial. The process is done by identifying the need for the decision, gathering information and make alternatives, after a compete for analysis of the possible outcomes and arguments, act and then review the final decision.
EVALUATION AND ANALYSIS OF ARGUMENTS
The death penalties must be decided, according to the crime, if it is not as huge as a murder, the criminal shouldn't be executed. The...
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