engineering ethics : North Dakota Oil Train

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Engineering Ethics

Spring 2020

Value Analysis Paper #2

1. Offer a brief linear narrative of the case. [1 paragraph]

2. Analyze the values at work in the decision-making of the engineers in the case. In this section of the paper, be sure to address each of the following questions:

(a) Which values do you believe drove the decision-making of the engineers in the case, and what evidence do we have to support this view? [1 paragraph]

(b) Are these the values that should have driven the decision-making of these engineers?

Why or why not? Should other values have driven their decision-making in this case? Explain. [1 paragraph]

(c) Could any of the engineers in the case have made better decisions? If not, why not? If so, for which decision(s) is this true, and how would these alternate decisions have better served the values that you think should have been driving the decision-making of the engineers in the case? [1 paragraph]

(d) Which moral lessons—lessons about how to resolve conflicts of values that arise within moral dilemmas—can current and future engineers learn from the case? Explain. [1 paragraph]

3. Include a “Works Cited” page listing all sources cited in the text of your essay.

Date due: Your essay must be submitted to SafeAssign (via Blackboard) by 11:59pm on Monday, 02 March 2020.

Length: 5 paragraphs + Works Cited page; typed; double-spaced.

For this assignment you may use any documents posted on Blackboard and any additional resources that you find to be relevant and helpful in making your case. Please be sure to cite the sources that you use (in any citation style that you wish), whether you use direct quotations from these sources or simply paraphrase from them.

engineering ethics : North Dakota Oil Train

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