Paper details : A group of 30 or 40 co-workers on an open manufacturing shop-floor like to play music over the loudspeakers during their work-day. They can’t use individual earplugs because the work requires them to be able to communicate across the room constantly, so they all have to listen to the same music. The problem is that they all have different musical preferences and all want to hear their own kind of music during the day. What is the just way to resolve this problem and who should decide? Should they put it to a vote, have the supervisor make the decision, draw lots, allow the smartest people or best workers to decide, allow equal time for each person, equal time for each style of music, more time for music liked by more people, etc…… What should they do?
Choose any one of the questions, scenarios or issues from the Discussions 2 through 10 and explain the problem or issue that it involves.
Then choose two (2) thinkers and/or theories from the text and briefly outline what you think the respective view of each thinker /theory would be on this Discussion topic.
Critique each thinker/theory’s view and determine which (if either) is more effective in this situation.
Explain which of these views on this topic you agree with more and why? What do you think about the issue?
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