Slavery in the Chocolate Industry Essay

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This Case study comes from the text:
Business Ethics, Concepts and Cases, Manuel G. Velasquez, 6th edition,Pearson.

In preparing this case study, the writer needs to refer back to theories and concepts covered in text. If the writer can’t locate this text, I will have to provide definitions and concepts from the book (it is time consuming because I will have to either type it or scan the definitions/theories/concepts.

Please read and follow these instructions.
The case needs to include:


The purpose of the synopsis is to ensure that case study is self contained; your reader should never have to use your text to see what the details of the case are. Provide the reader with enough details to be able to follow along.

In your introduction/synopsis of the case state the details and specifics. Who are the players involved? Names? Dates? Statistical information?

Use your own words. Do not plagiarize the text.

As stated above, these cases should be a self-contained unit. The synopsis provides the reader with all relevant information pertaining to the case.

Your synopsis should be 1-2 pages maximum. If your synopsis is too short the reader will not be provided with enough relevant information to follow along. If your synopsis is too long then you run the risk of not providing adequate room for your analysis.


As the case studies are to be written in essay format, do not include the questions or question numbering. Make your responses flow from one question to the next.

In essay format answer the questions posed after the case in the text. These are not “yes or no” answers, nor are they simply statements of opinion. Answers must be substantiated through an analysis of the case and application of course concepts and theories. Often several concepts and theories may be relevant; the task is to analyze the case and to determine which is most adequate and why. All terms, theories, and concepts must be outlined in your answer.

Reserve judgment until the analysis is complete; whether in a paragraph or at the beginning of a case. Instead of starting a section on Moral Responsibility (for example) with “I feel anyone who used product X is morally responsible” (before you’ve even provided any analysis) you should try starting with “In order to determine who has moral responsibility in this situation we need to examine…”

·One of the most important factors for the clear presentation of an argument is to fully outline and define all theories and terms before they are applied to a particular situation or person. For example: You are asked whether or not a particular person/group is morally responsible in a particular situation. Before drawing your conclusion you should present your argument something like this: “In order to determine one’s moral responsibility several factors need to be evaluated. Moral responsibility can be eliminated by the excusing conditions of ignorance and inability (explain these). While a person may be found to be morally responsible, there are four mitigating factors that can reduce one’s degree of responsibility. These four factors are… (define and explain).” Now that you have outlined the theory you will be using you can now apply them more effectively to the specific individuals/groups in question. In outlining these theories you will show that you have an understanding of the course material and are able to apply them to specific situations. It will also make your argument stronger.

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