I need help with my Written Case Analysis 1 (WCA1) For this module, you are required to complete a Written Case Analysis of approximately 200 words. Please read Thinking Critically About Ethical Issues, Case 5, p. 168. Identify the moral issue(s) and the parties involved, and infer their interests; discuss the case in terms of finding common ground in the diversity of interests you identify. . . . . PLEASE, I need this to be original, NO plagiarism ….Here’s the case below . . . Case #5. A number of groups have urged restrictions on child labor. For example, they believe that no one under age 16 should be premitted to work in the manufacturing, mining, agricultural, and construction industries; that hours of work should be limited in all jobs for workers under the age of 18; and that no one under 21 should be allowed to have any contact with pesticides. Discuss the moral considerations attending this proposal… . also Evaluate moral issues posed by: cultural diversity in cases and identify common ground & by: self interested in cases and identify common ground.
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