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Case Study #2 (due week 3)
In each of the following cases, the behavior illustrated seems to suggest that the people’s values differ significantly from our own. Consider the possibility that, beneath appearances, the values are similar. Develop a plausible explanation for the difference in behavior. (Don’t just say you disagree-that’s too easy! Instead, propose a principle we may share with them.) Respond to one of your peers.
a. In one culture, the elderly and those with severe handicaps are put to death. It would appear that this culture does not recognize human dignity as a value.
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b. In another culture, this habit is observed: A person will ask a relative to make that task that requires days of labor and, when it is completed, never even thank the relative. On the other hand, if a stranger renders anyone the slightest service, the stranger is lavishly rewarded. It would appear that a sense of fairness is lacking in this culture.
c. Members of a tribe living in a remote jungle area commonly shun the sick. The moment members of the tribe become seriously ill, they cease to exist in the tribe’s view. They must leave the village and care for themselves. If they recover, however, they are restored to tribal membership. Apparently, the tribe lacks compassion for the afflicted.
d. A group of young boys are gathered together. Several men approach them, brandishing sticks and whips. They beat the boys viciously. The other male members of the tribe sit by and watch, laughing and obviously enjoying the event. It would seem that the men of this culture are sadistic, deriving pleasure from seeing others in pain.