I choose case study 8.2, Introduction: The paper should have a very brief, clear

I choose case study 8.2, Introduction: The paper should have a very brief, clear introductory paragraph which explicitly identifies the case to be examined, the theories to be used, and definitely says which theory the paper will side with. Case Description: The paper should have a concise and accurate description of the case, with a cited quote from the Shaw text. Be sure to identify the moral/ethical issue(s) at the core of the selected case. Theory Descriptions: The paper should have a concise and accurate descriptions of the theories selected, with a cited quote from the Shaw text to support the description of each theory.Theory Analyses: The paper must make fair and accurate analyses of how each moral theory would resolve the case’s core moral/ethical issue(s). Argument: The paper must make a clear and definitive argument for one set of analyses (i.e., moral theory) over the other, free as possible of logical fallacies and other irrelevant biases. Keep this question in mind: Which moral theory best resolves the moral/ethical issue(s) in the case?Style: The paper is written in a style appropriate for a humanities college class, which includes proper use of grammar, spelling, word choice, paragraph structure, etc. All quotes are properly cited. [When citing from Shaw’s book, you may simply indicate the page number (placed within parentheses) in the text of your paper. E.g., Shaw says, “………….”

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