Part A: The compulsory case study will be chosen from the cases available in this folder. Students must individually complete the following tasks (within the 2000 word limit) for a total of 20 or 30 marks, depending on how many essays are attempted in Part B:
1. Describe the facts that underpinned the ethical dilemma in the case.
2. Who is the decision-maker in the selected case, and what conflicting demands did they have to accommodate?
3. What was the initial ethical dilemma faced by the decision-maker in this case?
4. Using the Utilitarian, Kantian, Rights, and Distributive Justice approaches to ethical decision-making, provide an analysis of the ethical dilemma.
5. Present and justify the final recommendation you would have made to the decision-maker in this case had they asked you for advice on how to resolve their initial ethical dilemma.