Business Ethics and Deontology (SLP)


In the Module 1 SLP, you will be given requirements for structuring the papers you will write throughout your degree program. In this module, we will discuss the required format and and writing requirements of all future papers (Case and SLP).

Required Reading:

To begin, please review pages 1-7 (up to and including the section entitled “Body”) of the Trident University International Well-Written Paper guide. For Module 1, please disregard the last bullet point beginning “Support your points by citing…” as we will address end referencing and citation requirements in the Module 2 SLP. Then read pages 13 and 17 of the Well-Written Paper guide (“Conclusion” and “Helpful Formatting Tips” sections).

In addition to reviewing the Well-Written Paper guide, I would like you to review Dr. Drummond McNaughton’s excellent guide for writing high-quality papers: Dr. Drumm’s Writing Tips.

Please thoroughly review the Purdue Owl guidelines for writing papers. This websites provides a high-quality overview relating to such issues as writing mechanics and usage of grammar:


For the Module 1 SLP, please write a 2-3 page paper in which you address the following:

Drawing upon deontological ethics, discuss a business ethics problem with which you have had personal experience.

Keys to the Assignment:

Describe an ethical problem you have confronted in a business situation;
Describe the deontological implications of the ethical problem you have described; and
Describe how Kant’s Categorical Imperative applies to your chosen business problem.


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