D1 Response B J Sociology Homework Help

Respond, add, disagree, agree to this post in 50 words or more and use examples from the pdf attached. Cite within your answer like so: (Mosser, 2013, ch 1.6, para 11).

Emotivism is a meta-ethical view that claims ethical statements are merely expressions of one’s emotion toward a given act, not based on facts or moral (Mosser,2013). Emotivism maily focus on emotions.
Ethical egoism is an ethical view that argues acts should be done out of a persons’s self interest(Mosser,2013). Ethical egoism focus on self and own interest. Relativism is the view that moral claims are relative to an individual or community, and do not have objective value or truth(Mosser,2013). Relativism is based on your upbringing and culture.
  Ethical perspetives are individual thoughts on how to identify and define issues, Ethical theories are based more on group beliefs and common grounds.
ISSUE
  My daughter attends a private school in which each month there is a school bill due. She is also a cheerleader and a basketball player. While playing sports each parent must pay a booster club fee. All money that is raised goes towards the charter bus that takes the students to away games. They charter buses because the school does not have any school buses. Many parents argue that since they are paying school bills why should they give up any more money. Other parents understood that your school bill money is just school not for chartering a bus. Some paid and some did not but the ones that did not pay thought it was ok for there child to ride the bus anyway and it was not. My issues analyzed through ethical perspective. Parents that paid there club fee for the bus felt that since the other parents chose not to pay there club fee that their children should not be allowed to ride.

Mosser,K. (2013). Ethics and Social responsibility(2nd ed.) [Electronic version]. Retrieved from 
https://content.ashford.edu/

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