This is a “Comprehensive Reflective Final”. I will be looking at your ability to weave creativity, personal interest and critical persuasive thinking as you create another hypothetical “Letter to the Editor” that related to prior Assessment Letter. National University Fictitious Elm City Times Letter
But this time you are asked to take the opposing side of your prior Assessment Letter.
In no more than 3 pages, with appropriate in-text citations to defend your new position, develop a written persuasive “point of view”, in the form of a hypothetical “Letter to the Editor” for the fictitious Elm City Times; A large, highly respected newspaper that leaders and policy makers might follow. Address your letters to Mr. Jim Strong, who serves as both the publisher and editor, but take an opposite or opposing viewpoint from your previously held opinion.
Discuss in detail and present the following outline using the same model/frame to illustrate your “perspective” point in your letter National University Fictitious Elm City Times Letter
Describe the ethical dilemma or scenario (use any supporting references to identify its realness)
Introduce your cultural “model or frame” you are using to illustrate your perspectives.
Explain how it might affect or come into contact with “model”.
Include the following themes or content:
Does ethics, morals or morality change or differ in this cultural setting when compared to other ones (would this be different?)
What contextual challenges could/may exist as a result of this modeling?
Propose how research, public health, medical & care providers could damage or affect community health by not understanding the ethical implications
Provide 2-3 ways that the ethical scenario could be changed to be more in keeping with ethical standards and practice.
This exercise asks you to again consider both sides of the discussion but this time present an opposing viewpoint that stems from the “what if” and move it towards “new opportunities” by understanding the potential challenges. This will require you to stretch and understand different viewpoints that you may previously not shared. National University Fictitious Elm City Times Letter