Facebook (data harvesting and its impact on the 2016 U.S. election)
The paper will include the following sections. Some sections will be one paragraph; others may be more than one.
Introduction/thesis: Provide a strong introductory paragraph with a guiding sentence that lets your reader know what your paper will cover and why.
Facts: Describe the organization, any important events, and the related ethical issues. What has happened, and what is happening now? Has the organization violated its own professional code of ethics? How can you tell?
Personal Ethical Philosophy: You’re taking a break from the organization and its ethical issues. Here, you’ll explain your own personal system of ethics, both what it was before you took this class and how it has developed via our course concepts and your own research.
Analysis: Use your own personal system of ethics to analyze the organization and its ethical issues. Make sure always to relate your statements about the organization and its ethical issues back to your own standards of behavior as outlined in number 3, above.
Resolution and/or Conclusion: If you see a possible resolution of this organization’s ethical issues, present it clearly. Again, relate it back to your own standards of behavior as outlined in number 3, above. If there is no resolution that you can see, that’s perfectly fine. You can use a more standard conclusion that restates and adds value.