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Ethics Marks

Post  Moderator1 on Fri Feb 18, 2011 9:54 pm

It is easy to get marks for Ethics! Ethics is something perceived to be right!
Here, 1. You need to identify the ethical issue
2. Say why it is an ethical issue- can relate CIMA's code of ethics, OPPIC, or 5 threats
3. Give recommendations - short term and long term, justify them, and give a simple action plan

If you follow the above criteria, you will be rewarded well.
It is recommended to identify only 2 ethical issues, this would give sufficient marks! Very Happy

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Ethics and PEG- Judegement in Ethics

Post  Moderator1 on Fri Feb 18, 2011 9:58 pm

Rationale:
The candidate is required to use judgement to highlight and analyse the ethical issues and state why these issues have ethical implications.

Suggested approach:
This section is normally coupled with the recommendations on how to resolve the ethical issues. It is perfectly acceptable to provide the answer in one section or it could be split over two as presented in the Assessment Criteria. The reason it is split in the Assessment Criteria is because the business issues usually have an ethical dimension associated with them. It is therefore appropriate for the ethical issues to be discussed alongside the business dimension.
It is for the candidate to choose the method with which he or she feels most comfortable.

Marking guide:
Marks are awarded for recognising the ethical issue and then it is crucial to explain why it is considered to be an ethical issue.
Commentary:
On the whole, candidates were able to identify the ethical issues.
Common errors:
Generally, the ethical issues were reasonably well handled. Candidates were mostly able to identify them and provide a reasonable explanation of why the issue might be considered to be ethical although this was not always the case. There were some issues raised that were not ethical.

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Ethics and PEG- Logic in Ethics

Post  Moderator1 on Fri Feb 18, 2011 10:00 pm

Rationale:
This criterion judges candidates on their recommendations and reasoning for each of the ethical issues identified.

Suggested approach:
This section follows on from the identification and explanation of the ethical issues. It may either be contained in one complete section or split over two as presented in the Assessment Criteria.

Marking guide:
Marks are awarded for the quality and depth of advice on the ethical issues raised.

Commentary:
Candidates tended to give sensible advice on the issues raised in the report although this was often too brief or vague and there were some instances where candidates did not provide any advice at all.

Common errors:
There are no common errors to report on the advice given for ethical issues other than to say that most candidates could increase their marks if they explained the reasoning for their advice in sufficient depth, rather than simply providing a statement of the advice they are offering. The issue of inappropriate ethical issues was considered earlier in this PEG. It is also worth noting that there may be more than one element of advice that should be given.


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