1. Give an example of an act that is legal but possibly immoral. Then, give an example of an act that is moral but illegal. (4 pts)

 

  1. Rank the following professions according to what their salaries should be, from highest to lowest. Then explain how you determined these rankings. (6 pts)

 

  • Coal Miner
  • Prison Security Guard
  • Nurse
  • Lawyer
  • Real Estate Agent

 

 

  1. When an NFL team is looking for a new coach, should the owner be required by the league commissioner to interview at least one African-American candidate? Why or why not?  Use concepts from our textbook in your answer. (10 pts)

 

 

  1. Think back to our discussions on theories of punishment and answer the following questions: Should a DWC student who is convicted of sexually assaulting another student on campus be allowed to re-enroll once he/she has been released from jail? Why or why not?  Use concepts from our textbook in your answer. (15 pts)

 

 

  1. From a moral perspective, do you think that a goal of the United States government should be to reduce economic inequality in our country? Why or why not?  Use concepts from our textbook in your answer. (15 pts)

 

Note: Reducing economic inequality does not necessarily mean adopting communism (which calls for the elimination of all property and the creation of a classless society) or socialism (which calls for a radical redistribution of wealth and an economy dominated by the government.)  What this question is asking is whether it is morally just for the government to take a portion of your tax dollars and use it for the benefit of someone living in poverty.

 

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