Write a case study analysis explaining the ethical issues related to the study. Your case study analysis should be a minimum of 1,500 words, written in an appropriate format. References and in-text citations should be in APA format.
Follow the “How to Write a Case Study Analysis” provided in the link. Include:
Use one of the suggested tools to perform your analysis and show the diagram or provide a complete explanation of how the tool was used in your analysis.
SWOTT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats, and Technology)
Fishbone (Ishikawa) diagram — Cause and effect tool to help determine the major issue in a case study and develop a problem statement
Flowchart diagram — Process diagram to visually display a process and show where it is breaking down
Any other analysis tool of your choice
Identification of major issues
Identification of alternative courses of action
Recommend a course of action.
Justify your course of action, citing sources to support your recommendation.
Only provide a brief paraphrase and summary of the case to provide context. Use the case study to answer key questions and identify key issues. Base analysis and recommendations on course material and relevant outside research.
Begin with a holistic statement that will be supported with detail in following parts of your analysis.
Do not assume the reader knows anything about your case. Provide detail required to help the reader understand.
Use proper citation throughout the paper.
The paper should be formatted in APA style and should be a minimum of 1,500 words.
Be sure to include both in-text citations and references for all sources. Your sources and content should follow proper APA citation style. For more information on APA style formatting, refer to the resources under the Academic Tools area of this course.