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Munson & Lague Chapter 1 Physicians, Patients, and Others: Roles and Responsibilities

· Pages 76-80 ??Dax Cowart and Robert Burt: Confronting Death: Who Chooses, Who Controls? A Dialogue? (Skim Burt, read Cowart carefully)

P. 76

p. 77

P. 78

P. 79

P. 80


Munson, R., & Lague, I. (2017). Intervention and Reflection: Basic Issues in Bioethics (10th ed.). Cengage Learning.







??In-text citations? guidelines

While this Libguide focuses primarily on the citations that you list at the end of your research project, it is also important to know how to include parenthetical citations when sources are either quoted directly or paraphrased within the body of your research project.

The parenthetical citation acts as a cross reference and directs the reader to the full citation in the References listing.

Place your parenthetical citation at the end of a direct quote, and as near as possible to the paraphrased information.

A parenthetical citation typically includes:

· the author’s last name

· the year

· the specific page number where you found the information that you are quoting or paraphrasing

For example:

(Gold, 2005, p. 32)

This parenthetical citation indicates that you found your information in the source with the author with the last name Gold, published in 2005, on page 32. The reader can then look in your References page and find the specific resource with Gold as the author.

Multiple authors

If the source you are citing has two-five authors, include all author names. If there are 6 or more authors, list the first author’s last name followed by “et al.”

(King & Nesbit, 2002)

(Seager et al, 2007, pp. 1181-1182)


Exclude the page number for parenthetical citations for websites.

No authors

For sources with no author, abbreviate the title (or article title for periodicals and websites).

(Eyewitness account, 1999)

(It didn’t end, 2007, p. A14)

When your paper is documented in this way, it will be easy for the reader to see exactly where your supporting documentation originated.


All of these questions will appear on the midterm. Pick one to answer.

Essay option 1. Moral Frameworks

This essay is your chance to demonstrate your understanding of three moral frameworks, Kant’s Formula of Ends, Mill’s Utilitarianism, and Care Ethics, their nuances, and how to apply them to a challenging situation.

This means: in your own words, explain these moral frameworks. Then, for each one, answer the following questions:

· According to each moral framework, what is the morally right thing for Dax??s medical team to do?

· According to each moral framework, what is the morally right thing for Dax to do?

(The answers might the same, or they might be different, depending on the moral framework)

For the Principle of Utility, be sure to take into consideration overall total suffering, and remember that the treatment caused Dax to suffer enough that he was willing to give up the rest of his life to make it stop. He suffered this much everyday. For 10 months. (Cowart & Burt 1998) Cite all sources. Reference at least one reading from our Reading Schedule.

Reference: Cowart, D., & Burt, R. (1998). Confronting death: who chooses, who controls?.

Hastings Center Report



(1), 14-24.

Essay option 2. Social and Medical Models of Disability

This essay is your opportunity to demonstrate what you understand about the Social and Medical Models of Disability, and how each would approach a situation differently.





Cosmetic surgery


Chronic pain


ADHD and the school system

· Neighborhoods that are only stair accessible, no ramps

· Your own idea (Must be approved in advance. Send you proposal to the instructor)

For the situation you picked, answer all of the following prompts:

1.First, briefly explain what the Social Model of Disability is.

2.Explain the Medical Model of Disability and how it differs from the Social Model.

3.Explain what kinds of solutions a Social Model of Disability would lead to, and why in the situation you chose.

4.How are these solutions different from those that a Medical Model would lead to?

5.Which of these approaches to these four problems (Social Model approach or Medical Model approach) are most in-line with the Principle of Nonmaleficence? (Be sure to define the Principle of Nonmaleficence).

6.Cite all sources.

7.Reference at least one reading from our course reading schedule.

Possible resources:

[1] Why Breast Implant Surgery is not ??For You??? by BR Admin, Beauty Redefined 2-18-2014

[2] Price, M. (2011).

Ways to Move: Presence, Participation, and Resistance in Kairotic Space

Mad at School: Rhetorics of Mental Disability and Academic Life

, 58-102. (In Files)

[3] Wendell, S. (2001).

Unhealthy disabled: Treating chronic illnesses as disabilities ( )




(4), 17-33.  (in Files)


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