Theories Of Virtue Theory

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A person 's character is the totality of his character traits and can be good, bad or somewhere in between. The admirable character traits, marks perfection in character, and are called virtues. It enable us to act in accordance with reason and also to feel appropriately, and have the right intention. Virtue theory can be used to determine the rightness or wrongness of an action by relating the choice to admirable character traits. The reason why attention should be pay to virtue theory is that it centers on character. Hence to understand motive, it is helpful to know about character.

1.3.3 Rights Theory:
From the case, Alice has no rights to refuse Jana employment on the grounds that she is an extroverted person. Ones she qualifies according to the interview result, Jana must get the job. According to Rand Observation-Based Principle of Rights Theory (2011), he reasoned that man’s life is the standard of moral value, because each person should act to sustain and further his own life.

1.3.4 Justice Theory: Rawls 's theory of justice (2005), revolves around the adaptation of two fundamental principles of justice which in turn, guarantees a just and morally acceptable society.

1.4 Evaluation of Alice’s decision alternatively
Theories, Laws, and organizational policies are often involved in complex cases, and Alice should understand that social workers are often legally obligated to take a particular course of action. Allen and Friedman (2010) suggest that, it is also
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