How the fact that Solomon was raised and lived as a free man affects his right to freedom?

C‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍lass subject: Socially responsible business Film Report Film Report on 12 Years a Slave (2013) : Set of questions below based on ethical issues derived from the film. Your report should be approx. 1,500 words (+/- 10%). Use the left column of the rubric below for a proper structure. Make sure you address all three sections of the rubric (Section A-Section C) its 8 pages this word document so read it all!! And use and make sure follow and use when writing essay it shows structure and where to allocate words on left hand column (Black bold writing) and what to look at when writing next to it(under column A from top and downwards). Remember it is a report so it should be objective and factual, and also present data and findings. The conclusion to each of questions should be shrt and concise to your key supporting ideas and offer final impression, a sentence at least minimum per question. Have big tittle for section a-c and subtitles under these. Rubric is below be sure to read all and write all as well as can and see section a and c has most weight. Write minimum 1375 words as order is of at least 1375. In section C is is asking to answer the three questions they are here below 1-3: Please find below the questions for the film 12 Years a Slave (2013): 1. How the fact that Solomon was raised and lived as a free man affects his right to freedom? Is there a difference in that right for him and the other slaves? Which ethical theories in socially responsible business better describe the behaviour of the main characters in the film? 2. What is the role of Christian religion in the film? How Epps uses religion? 3. American historian R. Palmer opined that the abolition of slavery in the United States without compensation to the former slave owners was an “annihilation of individual property rights without parallel…in the history of the Western world”. What is your opinion on that? Rubric: Criterion A B C D F Section A (350-400 words) Weight: 25% Write a few words about the film. Identify the main ethical issues. Examine the behaviour of the main characters based on the different theories. Use specific examples from the film. Excellent and concise discussion of interesting facts about the film. Recognize almost all the ethical issues of individual and business activities Compare and contrast multiple ethical frameworks in describing the legitimate rights and responsibilities of multiple stakeholders. Excellent use of examples. Good discussion of interesting facts about the film. Recognize most of the ethical issues of individual and business activities Use of more than one ethical frameworks to describe the legitimate rights and responsibilities of multiple stakeholders. Very good use of examples. Satisfactory discussion of film-related facts. Recognize some of the ethical issues of individual and business activities. Use of one or two ethical frameworks to describe the legitimate rights and responsibilities of multiple stakeholders. Good use of examples. Film-related facts are not adequately discussed. Recognize few of the ethical issues of individual and business activities Unorganized, non-systematic description of the legitimate rights and responsibilities of multiple stakeholders. Satisfactory use of examples. Poor or no discussion of film-related facts. Cannot recognize the ethical issues of individual and business activities Cannot relate the behaviors to the theories. No use of examples. Section B (250-300 words) Weight 15% Write your opinion and feelings for the film. What impact (if any) it had on you? How do you judge the behaviour of the main characters? Opinion is clearly stated, focused, and strongly maintained Opinion is communicated clearly within the context The reflection moves beyond simple description of the experience to an analysis of how the experience contributed to student understanding of self, others, and theory concepts. Opinion is clear and for the most part maintained, though some loosely related material may be present Context provided for the claim is adequate May be clearly focused on the opinion but is insufficiently sustained Opinion on the issue may be unclear and unfocused May be very brief Opinion may be confusing or ambiguous No opinion expressed Lack of reflection Section C (250-300 words per question) Weight: 50% Answer the three questions and provide a thorough explanation for why you arrived at the answer you did. Convincing and analytically sound. Demonstrates a very good level of critical thought. Cites and explains appropriate content-specific examples accurately Employs sound reasoning, arguments, and/or support Demonstrates the use of evaluating, analyzing, and applying skills. Convincing and, for the most part, analytically sound. Demonstrates a good level of critical thought. Cites and explains appropriate content-specific examples, however Employs good reasoning, arguments, and/or support Demonstrates the use of analyzing and applying skills Generally convincing and, for the most part, analytically sound. Demonstrates some level of critical thought. Cites and explains appropriate content-specific examples, however, some inaccurate information is included Employs inferential reasoning, arguments, and/or support Demonstrates some evidence of analyzing skills Less than convincing or is not analytically sound. Demonstrates limited critical thought. Cites inaccurate or inappropriate examples Employs little evidence of reasoning, argument, and/or support Demonstrates little evidence of any apparent analyzing skills Less than convincing and is not analytically sound. Does not demonstrate critical thought No examples used Employs no evidence of reasoning, argument, and/or support Demonstrates no evidence of any analyzing skills Format, Grammar, Referencing Weight: 10% Professional report format Error free or nearly error free Correctly and clearly incorporated source material into the paper, documented sources accurately and correct Professional report format with some minor mis‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍takes A few errors, but nothing too serious Correctly and clearly incorporated source material into the paper, documented sources accurately and correct with some minor mistakes Professional report format with some mistakes Some serious errors, but not many No more than a few clarity problems incorporating source material or in documenting sources accurately and correctly Non-professional repot format Several serious errors Frequently incorporated source material unclearly or documented sources inaccurately or incorrectly Problematic format Errors throughout Lack of bibliography/referencing Failure to cite your sources appropriately will result in score reduction and may result in disciplinary action for plagiarism with the Deanery. Rubric Film Report Rubric (2) Film Report Rubric (2) Criteria Ratings Pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSection A: Report Section A Weight: 25% Write a few words about the film. Identify the main ethical issues. Examine the behaviour of the main actors based on the different theories of socially responsible business class. 25 to > pts Excellent and concise presentation of interesting facts about the film. Recognize almost all the ethical issues of individual and business activities Compare and contrast multiple ethical frameworks in describing the legitimate rights and responsibilities of multiple stakeholders to > pts Good presentation of interesting facts about the film. Recognize most of the ethical issues of individual and business activities Use of more than one ethical frameworks to describe the legitimate rights and responsibilities of multiple stakeholders 20 to > pts Satisfactory discussion of facts regarding the film. Recognize some of the ethical issues of individual and business activities. Use of one or two ethical frameworks to describe the legitimate rights and responsibilities of multiple stakeholders to > pts Film related facts are s not discussed in a clear concise manner and important characters have not been identifies. Recognize few of the ethical issues of individual and business activities Unorganized, non-systematic description of the legitimate rights and responsibilities of multiple stakeholders 15 to > pts Poor discussion of film-related facts. Cannot recognize the ethical issues of individual and business activities Cannot relate the behaviors to the theories 0 pts Not addressed 25 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSection B Weight 15% Write your opinion and feelings for the film. What impact (if any) it had on you? How do you judge the behavior of the main characters? 15 to > pts Opinion is clearly stated, focused, and strongly maintained Opinion is communicated clearly within the context The reflection moves beyond simple description of the experience to an analysis of how the experience contributed to student understanding of self, others, and theory concepts. to > pts Opinion is clear and for the most part maintained, though some loosely related material may be present Context provided for the claim is adequate 12 to > pts May be clearly focused on the opinion but is insufficiently sustained Opinion on the issue may be unclear and unfocused to > pts May be very brief Opinion may be confusing or ambiguous 9 to > pts Very limited 0 pts No opinion expressed Lack of reflection 15 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSection C Weight: 50% Answer the three questions and provide a thorough explanation for why you arrived at the answer you did. 50 to > pts Convincing and analytically sound. Demonstrates a very good level of critical thought. Cites and explains appropriate content-specific examples accurately. Employs sound reasoning, arguments, and/or support. Demonstrates the use of evaluating, analyzing, and applying skills. 45 to > pts Convincing and, for the most part, analytically sound. Demonstrates a good level of critical thought. Cites and explains appropriate content-specific examples. Employs good reasoning, arguments, and/or support. Demonstrates the use of analyzing and applying skills. 40 to > pts Generally convincing and, for the most part, analytically sound. Demonstrates some level of critical thought. Cites and explains appropriate content-specific examples, however, some inaccurate information is included. Employs inferential reasoning, arguments, and/or support. Demonstrates some evidence of analyzing skills. 35 to > pts Less than convincing or is not analytically sound. Demonstrates limited critical thought. Cites inaccurate or inappropriate examples. Employs little evidence of reasoning, argument, and/or support. Demonstrates little evidence of any apparent analyzing skills. 30 to > pts Less than convincing and is not analytically sound. Does not demonstrate critical thought. No examples used Employs no evidence of reasoning, argument, and/or support. Demonstrates no evidence of any analyzing skills. 0 pts Not addressed 50 pts This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFormat, Grammar, Referencing Weight: 10% 10 to > pts Professional format. Error free or nearly error free. Correctly and clearly incorporated source material into the paper, documented sources accurately and correct. 9 to > pts Professional format with some minor mistakes. A few errors, but nothing too serious. Correctly and clearly incorporated source material into the paper, documented sources accurately and correct with some minor mistakes. 8 to > pts Professional format with some mistakes. Some serious errors, but not many. No more than a few clarity problems incorporating source material or in documenting sources accurately and correctly. 7 to > pts Non-professional format. Several serious errors. Frequently incorporated source material unclearly or documented sources inaccurately or incorrectly. 6 to > pts Problematic format. Errors throughout. Lack of bibliography/referencing 0 pts Unaccepptable Format 10 pt‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍s

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