Led by N.B.A., Boycotts Disrupt Pro Sports in Wake of Blake Shooting article review

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Length: Approximately 300-400 words.

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Article for this assignment: Stein. M. “Led by N.B.A., Boycotts Disrupt Pro Sports in Wake of Blake Shooting”, The New York Times, August 26th, 2020. Retrieved from https://www.nytimes.com/

Accessing the article: The article can be accessed either through your NYT subscription or through the University of Arizona’s main library search engine.

The Assignment

Read the article carefully, taking notes about why the Milwaukee Bucks decided to walkout of their playoff game with the Orlando Magic, the context for their taking this decision, and some of the consequences of this decision.

Please complete the 5 elements of this assignment, using a SEPARATE PARAGRAPH for each element, and appropriate transitions between paragraphs (your answer should read like an essay, and not separate answers to a list of questions). You may use the first person – “I”— in developing your answer.

First: INTRODUCTION/CONTEXT: Introduce your topic and describe the Milwaukee Bucks’ decision and the context for this decision. Who are the Milwaukee Bucks, and why did they decide to walkout? What events were they responding to? And why did they think it was important to walkout?

Second: ACT UTILITARIANISM: Apply Act Utilitarianism to the Bucks’ decision. In this paragraph be sure to say what Act Utilitarianism requires and then evaluate the Bucks’ decision according to this theory (explaining why Act Utilitarianism has the implications that it does in this case).

Third: KANT or ROSS: Apply EITHER Kantian Ethics or Rossian Ethics to the Bucks’ decision. Here first say what your chosen theory requires, and how a proponent of this theory would evaluate what the Bucks chose to do.

Fourth: EVALUATE/CONCLUDE: Explain and defend your own view about the ethics of the Bucks’ decision and explain the connection, if any, between your view and the approaches you have described in parts 2 and 3. In this section put the main claim for which you arguing – the Milwaukee Bucks acted rightly, wrongly, etc. – in bold.

Fifth: REFERENCE PAGE and INTERNAL CITATIONS: Include a separate references page in which you include a reference for the article on which this assignment is based AND for our textbook. You can use any standard citing format that you are comfortable with (APA, MLA, Chicago).

You need not internally cite information from the assigned article unless you directly quote it or closely paraphrase it. If you do need to internally cite the article, you can just use (Stein, 2020). For our textbook, you can use (Shaw, p. X) for internal citations, though please do not quote Shaw extensively and if you do quote passages from our text be sure to ALSO put this into your own words (so that I can tell that you understand the material). For this assignment you do not need to do any outside research, though feel free to do so if you want to get a little more information about the context surrounding this event. However, if your answer does, however, substantially rely on outside sources, then please include this source in your reference page as well, and internally cite it where appropriate.

 

 

Rubric:

Context/Introduction: 20%

Act Utilitarianism: 25%

10% for accurately explaining the theory

15% for applying the theory to the Bucks’ decision

Here be sure to consider a number of consequences, positive and negative of this decision, and how these are to be balanced.

Kantian Ethics or Rossian Ethics: 25%

10% for accurately explaining the theory

15% for applying your chosen theory to the Bucks’ decision.

Your Own View: 25%

5% for stating your position clearly and putting your position in bold

10% for defending your position adequately

10% for explaining connections with the other views you have discussed.

References: 5%

5% for including an appropriate reference page

Grammar: Each significant grammar mistake will be penalized 1% (capitalization, subject-verb agreement, run-on sentences, sentence fragments, etc.), up to a maximum penalty of -10%.

Organization: Each significant departure from clear organization will be penalized 5% (not using separate paragraphs, paragraphs without a clear main idea, etc.).

Instructions: Each significant departure from the assignment’s instructions will be penalized 5%.

Too Short: Under 250 words, -10%; under 200 words, -20%

Length: There is no penalty for assignments that go longer than the suggested approximate length

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