Length: Minimum 1500 words Maximum 2000 words Instructions Choose one ethical issue arising from…

Length: Minimum 1500 words Maximum 2000 words Instructions Choose one ethical issue arising from…

Length:Minimum 1500 words
Maximum 2000 wordsInstructions
Choose one ethical issue arising from the use of ICT that has been reported in the press in the last one year, and discuss it in depth. Show why or how the technology creates or contributes to the problem. Produce an article, discussing both sides of the issue (pros and cons) drawing on both technical and philosophical literature. In addition, argue for your own view of the matter, giving your reasons for your point of view and showing why you believe that they are better than opposing views.You will be assessed on your ability to reason, analyse and present cogent argument for the particular case. You should outline the main statement you wish to make about your chosen ethical issue along with your reasons and others’ objections to it. You may use any appropriate technique to set out the basic structure of your article.Examples
1. In the recent years there have been considerable discussions on Internet content regulation. In an examination of this issue, you may like to present a discussion of the pros and cons of censorship in general, and how these general principles apply to the Internet, and also some of the technical issues associated with Internet content regulation. Your main focus statements could be, for example: Internet content ought to be regulated (alternatively, Internet content ought not to be regulated); information wants to be free and Content regulation is just censorship under another name.
2. Privacy is a perennial issue. Hardly a week passes without some report in the press about something that is causing concern, whether it be new data manipulation tools, online social media, search engines, new legislation, or whatever. Your main focus statements could be, for example: privacy on the internet ought to be protected; both government and relevant industry sector should come together to ensure personal privacy on the internet. There are of course many other arguments that could be presented about the issue of privacy.You are required to submit the following:
A comprehensive and coherent article containing your critical analysis of the ICT related ethical issue.
Your article should present the following:
– the main point(s) of the issue.
– the pros and cons for the main point(s) (your reasons and objections as well as those of others) including a critique of the effectiveness of the arguments presented.
– conclusions logically drawn from the analysis presented.
– the ethics technique worksheet you used to form the basis of your analysis. [Use the technique described in Reading 3: Simpson, R. et. al. (2003). Doing ethics: A universal technique in an accessibility context. AJIS, 10(2), 127-133. The article is also available from http://journal.acs.org.au/index.php/ajis/article/view/159/141 ]Referencing

All sources of information must be appropriately referenced using the APA style ( http://student.csu.edu.au/library/integrity/referencing-at-csu )

RationaleThis assignment relates to the following subject learning outcomes:
– be able to discuss various philosophical theories of ethics and how these relate to the ethical and legal issues raised by current practices involving ICT;
– be able to apply ethical theories and concepts to analyse ICT related ethical dilemmas;Depending on the ethical scenario chosen, the assignment also relates to one or more of the following subject learning outcomes:
– be able to discuss professionalism and professional responsibility in the context of the ICT profession;
– be able to critically analyse and apply the various concepts of professional ethics;
– be able to critique ethical issues related to privacy, intellectual property and regulating the cyberspace;
– be able to analyse and evaluate social and work related ethical issues and principles.Marking criteria

Total marks:100

Criteria HD 85%-100% DI 75% -84% CR 65%-74% PS 64%-50% FL 0%-49%
Identification of the scenario, and its place or purpose in the professional practice related to ICT ethics. Establishes context and very clearly pinpoints all the critical ethical issue/s against the scenario chosen. Establishes context and identifies and integrates key ethics-related issues to the scenario chosen. Some useful contextualisation is provided. Gaps may be apparent in the identification of ethical issues against the scenario chosen. Understanding of ethical issues is contextualised in a straightforward or descriptive manner. Inadequate grasp of the context of scenario. Lacks evidence of knowledge or understanding relevant to ethics. Very poor consideration of the context.
Research that differentiates between real world practice and and theoretical perspectives.
Critically reflect on relevant literature and other scholarly work relevant to the scenario.
Developed and justified own ideas based on a wide range of sources which have been thoroughly analysed, applied and discussed. Referencing style correctly used. Able to critically appraise the literature and theory gained from variety of sources, developing own ideas in the process. Referencing style correctly used. Clear evidence and application of readings relevant to the subject; uses indicative texts identified. Referencing style mostly correctly used. Some errors. Literature is presented uncritically, in a purely descriptive way and indicates limitations of understanding. Referencing style correctly used. Minor errors only. Either no evidence of literature being consulted or irrelevant to the assignment set.
Evidence of analysis and synthesis of ideas and/or influences relevant to the professional inquiry of the scenario. All relevant ethical theories are appropriately applied to substantiate arguments. Pros and cons in arguments are correctly presented and are appropriately balanced. The Ethics Technique Worksheet is complete and correctly presented in the Appendix. All relevant ethical theories are mostly appropriately applied to substantiate arguments. Minor omissions only. Pros and cons in arguments are mostly correctly presented and are appropriately balanced. Minor omissions only. The Ethics Technique Worksheet is mostly complete and correctly presented in the Appendix. Very minor omissions only. Relevant ethical theories are appropriately applied to substantiate arguments. Some omissions. Pros and cons in arguments are mostly appropriately balanced. Some omissions. The Ethics Technique Worksheet is mostly complete and correctly presented in the Appendix. Some omissions. Relevant ethical theories are applied to substantiate arguments. Some omissions. Pros and cons in arguments are presented. Some omissions. The Ethics
Technique Worksheet is presented in the Appendix. Some omissions.
Lacks critical thought or analysis.
Written communication is scholarly in tone and purpose, and conforms to scholarly writing requirements. The tone and style is exemplary, and is appropriate to the content of the scholarly review. Mostly Fluent writing style appropriate for the assignment with accurate grammar and spelling. Mostly fluent writing style appropriate for the assignment with mostly accurate grammar and spelling. Minor omissions only. Writing style not always fluent or well organised and grammar and spelling contain errors. Writing style not fluent or well-organised, and many grammatical and spelling mistakes.

Length: Minimum 1500 words Maximum 2000 words Instructions Choose one ethical issue arising from…

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