Posted: February 10th, 2022

Researching & Examination

Pt. 1(800 words)

Responses to each question in the “Check your Understanding” section below should be fully answered and the question explored. The answer to each question, must be 200 words, and should be supported with scholarly research from outside internet sources, excluding wiki sources. Remember that well-written responses do not need to be excessively wordy. Be sure to paraphrase and cite your sources. Must be APA format and References are not to be included in word count or Title.

Check Your Understanding

1. Why are whistle-blowers regarded as models of honor and integrity? 200 words

2. Which whistle-blowing option is better for an organization—internal or external? Why? 200 words

3. Why would an organization decide to ignore evidence presented by a whistle-blower? 200 words

4. Is it reasonable for a whistle-blower to expect a guarantee of anonymity? 200 words

Pt. 2

Essay: (700 words)

Familiarize yourself with the whistleblower protection laws in your state. Beyond a Google search, you may find the resources at the National Whistleblowers Center at useful in this task. After this initial research, briefly describe an example of a case in your state where these protections were used. Then describe what outcomes obtained in this case. Attempt to find out what happened to the whistleblower in this case as well as the parties who were impugned. In your opinion, did the laws work as they were intended?

Pt. 3

Case Study (500 words)

Review issue 10 below from Taking Sides. Which viewpoint do you side with? Why? Explain. Reference at least two outside resources that further support the viewpoint you side with.

Issue 10

Does Blowing the Whistle Violate Company Loyalty?

YES: Sissela Bok, from “Whistleblowing and Professional Responsibility,” New York University Education Quarterly (Summer 1980)

NO: Robert A. Larmer, from “Whistleblowing and Employer Loyalty,” Journal of Business Ethics (vol. 11, 1992)


YES: Philosopher Sissela Bok asserts that although blowing the whistle is often justified, it does involve dissent, accusation, and a breach of loyalty to the employer.

NO: Robert A, Larmer argues, on the contrary, that putting a stop to illegal or unethical company activities may be the highest type of loyalty an employee can display.

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