Moral Reasoning of Interviewees in the Heinz Case

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Moral Reasoning of Interviewees in the Heinz Case
Age groups: 12 to 18 years & adults over 40
Questions: Should Heinz steal the drug? Why or why not?
Outline:
Briefly describe the individuals you interviewed and make a statement of confidentiality for each.
The two groups interviewed for this assignment were 12 to 18 year olds and adults over 40. Each came to the interview with a different perspective on life attained for the mere experience of living life on life’s terms. The statement of confidentiality for each group is as follows: As a participant of the _______________________ study, I understand that some of my ideas and beliefs will be shared with others and that my identity will be considered confidential.
I acknowledge my...
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