Presentation on theme: "Ethical Issues: The Insider Andy, Malik, Xavier. Situation Tobacco company is enhancing nicotine addiction in cigarettes and covering up the truth about."— Presentation transcript:
Situation Tobacco company is enhancing nicotine addiction in cigarettes and covering up the truth about it.
Stakeholders Tobacco company CBS (CEOs) Jeff Wigand (Family) Smokers Insurance company Second-Hand Smokers
Interest Tobacco company trying to keep the nicotine truth under wrap and making more profit from cigarettes. CBS trying to get the story for higher ratings while the CEOs are trying to make profit off the ratings. Jeff Wigand wants to tell the truth on the enhancement of nicotine that the tobacco company is doing. Smokers want the right to know about their health. Insurance company wants the insurance of the people to live longer. Second-Hand Smokers wants to know why they are affected by smoking chemicals when they dont smoke.
Coalition The truth about nicotine being addictive. -CBS, Jeff Wigand, Smokers, Second- Hand Smokers, Insurance Company, Media Making Profit off Cigarettes -CBS( CEOs), Big Tobacco Companies
Ethical Frameworks Utilitarianism -Big Tobacco Companies enhancing nicotine in cigarettes causing the addiction of smokers to buy more of the product and hiding the truth about their addiction.
Rights -CBS has the moral right and duty broadcast the truth to the public about the delivery of nicotine threw cigarettes