Case study 2: national collegiate athletic association ethics and

Factors: 200

Case Research 2: Nationwide Collegiate Athletic Affiliation Ethics and Compliance Program

Standards

Unacceptable

Beneath 70% F

Honest

70-79% C

Proficient

80-89% B

Exemplary

90-100% A

1. Decide the elemental methods through which the NCAAs ethics program failed to stop the scandals at Penn State, Ohio State, and the College of Arkansas. Assist your response with one (1) instance from every of those college scandals.

Weight: 15%

Didn't submit or incompletely decided the elemental methods through which the NCAAs ethics program failed to stop the scandals at Penn State, Ohio State, and the College of Arkansas. Didn't submit or incompletely supported your response with one (1) instance from every of those college scandals.

Partially decided the elemental methods through which the NCAAs ethics program failed to stop the scandals at Penn State, Ohio State, and the College of Arkansas. Partially supported your response with one (1) instance from every of those college scandals.

Satisfactorily decided the elemental methods through which the NCAAs ethics program failed to stop the scandals at Penn State, Ohio State, and the College of Arkansas. Satisfactorily supported your response with one (1) instance from every of those college scandals.

Completely decided the elemental methods through which the NCAAs ethics program failed to stop the scandals at Penn State, Ohio State, and the College of Arkansas. Completely supported your response with one (1) instance from every of those college scandals.

2. Look at the principal methods through which the management of the NCAA contributed to the moral violations of Penn State, Ohio State, and the College of Arkansas. Assist your response with one (1) instance from every of those college scandals.

Weight: 15%

Didn't submit or incompletely examined the principal methods through which the management of the NCAA contributed to the moral violations of Penn State, Ohio State, and the College of Arkansas. Didn't submit or incompletely supported your response with one (1) instance from every of those college scandals.

Partially examined the principal methods through which the management of the NCAA contributed to the moral violations of Penn State, Ohio State, and the College of Arkansas. Partially supported your response with one (1) instance from every of those college scandals.

Satisfactorily examined the principal methods through which the management of the NCAA contributed to the moral violations of Penn State, Ohio State, and the College of Arkansas. Satisfactorily supported your response with one (1) instance from every of those college scandals.

Completely examined the principal methods through which the management of the NCAA contributed to the moral violations of Penn State, Ohio State, and the College of Arkansas. Completely supported your response with one (1) instance from every of those college scandals.

three. Predict the important thing variations within the eventualities that occurred at Penn State, Ohio State, and the College of Arkansas if an efficient ethics program was in place. Present a rationale in your response.

Weight: 15%

Didn't submit or incompletely predicted the important thing variations within the eventualities that occurred at Penn State, Ohio State, and the College of Arkansas if an efficient ethics program was in place. Didn't submit or incompletely offered a rationale in your response.

Partially predicted the important thing variations within the eventualities that occurred at Penn State, Ohio State, and the College of Arkansas if an efficient ethics program was in place. Partially offered a rationale in your response.

Satisfactorily predicted the important thing variations within the eventualities that occurred at Penn State, Ohio State, and the College of Arkansas if an efficient ethics program was in place. Satisfactorily offered a rationale in your response.

Completely predicted the important thing variations within the eventualities that occurred at Penn State, Ohio State, and the College of Arkansas if an efficient ethics program was in place. Completely offered a rationale in your response.

four. Postulate on two (2) actions that the NCAA management ought to take with a view to regain the belief and confidence of scholars and stakeholders.

Weight: 15%

Didn't submit or incompletely postulated on two (2) actions that the NCAA management ought to take with a view to regain the belief and confidence of scholars and stakeholders.

Partially postulated on two (2) actions that the NCAA management ought to take with a view to regain the belief and confidence of scholars and stakeholders.

Satisfactorily postulated on two (2) actions that the NCAA management ought to take with a view to regain the belief and confidence of scholars and stakeholders.

Completely postulated on two (2) actions that the NCAA management ought to take with a view to regain the belief and confidence of scholars and stakeholders.

5. Advocate two (2) measures that the HR departments of faculties and universities ought to take to stop related incidents from occurring sooner or later. Present a rationale in your response.

Weight: 15%

Didn't submit or incompletely really helpful two (2) measures that the HR departments of faculties and universities ought to take to stop related incidents from occurring sooner or later. Didn't submit or incompletely offered a rationale in your response.

Partially really helpful two (2) measures that the HR departments of faculties and universities ought to take to stop related incidents from occurring sooner or later. Partially offered a rationale in your response.

Satisfactorily really helpful two (2) measures that the HR departments of faculties and universities ought to take to stop related incidents from occurring sooner or later. Satisfactorily offered a rationale in your response.

Completely really helpful two (2) measures that the HR departments of faculties and universities ought to take to stop related incidents from occurring sooner or later. Completely offered a rationale in your response.

6.three references

Weight: 5%

No references offered.

Doesn't meet the required variety of references; some or all references poor high quality selections.

Meets variety of required references; all references top quality selections.

Exceeds variety of required references; all references top quality selections.

7.Writing Mechanics, Grammar, and Formatting

Weight: 5%

Severe and chronic errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, or formatting.

Partially freed from errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, or formatting.

Largely freed from errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, or formatting.

Error free or virtually error free grammar, spelling, punctuation, or formatting.

eight.Acceptable use of APA in-text citations and  reference part

Weight: 5%

Lack of in-text citations and / or lack of reference part.

In-text citations and references are offered, however they're solely partially formatted accurately in APA model.

Most in-text citations and references are offered, and they're usually formatted accurately in APA model.

In-text citations and references are error free or virtually error free and persistently formatted accurately in APA model.

9.Data Literacy / Integration of Sources

Weight: 5%

Severe errors within the integration of sources, reminiscent of intentional or unintended plagiarism, or failure to make use of in-text citations.

Sources are partially built-in utilizing efficient methods of quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing.

Sources are largely built-in utilizing efficient methods of quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing.

Sources are persistently built-in utilizing efficient methods of quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing.

10.Readability and Coherence of Writing

Weight: 5%

Data is complicated to the reader and fails to incorporate causes and proof that logically assist concepts.

Data is partially clear with minimal causes and proof that logically assist concepts.

Data is generally clear and customarily supported with causes and proof that logically assist concepts. 

Data is offered in a transparent, coherent, and constant method with causes and proof that logically assist concepts.