Ethics and Multicultural Issues in Applied Psychology

Ethics and Multicultural Issues in Applied Psychology

 

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In this assignment, you will revise and submit your final project analysis of a case with an ethical dilemma and multicultural issues that relates to your specialization or area of future work in psychology. In addition to incorporating feedback you received from your instructor and peers on your other project components thus far, be sure to do the following:

 

  1. Examine APA or other ethical codes and standards relevant to case scenarios.
  2. Analyze multicultural issues such as race, ethnicity, socioeconomic class, and gender and how these issues influence theoretical, research, and the work of psychologists.
  3. Evaluate ethical reasoning models that can be employed for the resolution of case examples and the advantages and disadvantages of these models.
  4. Design a solution for an ethical dilemma and multicultural issues in case examples, using the most applicable ethical decision-making model.
  5. Reflect upon multicultural identity, aspects of diversity, privilege, and potential bias, and how these could be addressed so as not to impact current or future work in the field of psychology.
  6. Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the psychological professions, using correct APA format and style.

Other Assignment Requirements

 

  • Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
  • Format: Use current APA (6th edition) style and formatting guidelines.
  • Font: Arial, 10 point.
  • Length: 15–20 pages minimum, double-spaced, and excluding title page and reference list.
  • References: At least 10–12 scholarly sources.

Please refer to the course project description and the Ethics and Multicultural Issues in Applied Psychology Scoring Guide to ensure you understand the grading criteria for this assignment.

 

SEE BELOW RUBIC:

Ethics and Multicultural Issues in Applied Psychology Scoring Guide

 

Due Date: End of Unit 10.

Percentage of Course Grade:20%.

Ethics and Multicultural Issues in Applied Psychology Scoring Guide Grading Rubric
Criteria Non-performance Basic Proficient Distinguished
Examine APA or other ethical codes and standards relevant to case scenarios.

16%

Does not examine APA or other ethical codes and standards relevant to case scenarios. Outlines some APA or other ethical codes and standards relevant to case scenarios. Examines APA or other ethical codes and standards relevant to case scenarios. Analyzes strengths and weakness of APA or other ethical codes and standards relevant to case scenarios.
Analyze multicultural issues such as race, ethnicity, socioeconomic class, and gender and how these issues influence theoretical research and the work of psychologists.

16%

Does not analyze multicultural issues such as race, ethnicity, socioeconomic class, and gender and how these issues influence theoretical research and the work of psychologists. Describes some multicultural issues such as race, ethnicity, socioeconomic class, and gender and how these issues influence theoretical research and the work of psychologists. Analyzes multicultural issues such as race, ethnicity, socioeconomic class, and gender and how these issues influence theoretical research and the work of psychologists. Analyzes multicultural issues such as race, ethnicity, socioeconomic class, and gender and how these issues influence theoretical research and the work of psychologists, using multiple citations and references to support points.
Evaluate ethical reasoning models that can be employed for the resolution of case examples, and the advantages and disadvantages of these models.

17%

Does not evaluate ethical reasoning models that can employed for the resolution of case examples and the advantages and disadvantages of these models. Lists some ethical reasoning models that can employed for the resolution of case examples and the advantages and disadvantages of these models. Evaluates ethical reasoning models that can employed for the resolution of case examples and the advantages and disadvantages of these models. Compares and contrasts ethical reasoning models that can employed for the resolution of case examples and the advantages and disadvantages of these models.
Design a solution for an ethical dilemma and multicultural issues in case examples, using the most applicable ethical decision-making model.

17%

Does not design a solution for an ethical dilemma and multicultural issues in case examples using the most applicable ethical decision-making model. Sketches a solution for an ethical dilemma and multicultural issues in case examples using a decision-making model that is minimally applicable. Designs a solution for an ethical dilemma and multicultural issues in case examples using the most applicable decision-making model. Designs a solution for an ethical dilemma and multicultural issues in case examples using the most applicable ethical decision-making model, with multiple citations and references to support this choice.
Reflect upon multicultural identity, aspects of diversity, privilege, and potential bias, and how these could be addressed so as not to impact current or future work in the field of psychology.

17%

Does not reflect upon multicultural identity, aspects of diversity, privilege, and potential bias, or how these could be addressed so as not to impact current or future work in the field of psychology. Understands multicultural identity, aspects of diversity, privilege, and potential bias, but does not appear to know how to prevent these from impacting current or future work in the field of psychology. Reflects upon multicultural identity, aspects of diversity, privilege, and potential bias, and how these could be addressed so as not to impact current or future work in the field of psychology. Synthesizes reflection of multicultural identity, aspects of diversity, privilege, and potential bias, and how these could be addressed so as not to impact current or future work in the field of psychology.
Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the psychological professions, using correct APA format and style.

17%

Does not communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the psychological professions, or use correct APA format and style. Communicates in a manner that is not always scholarly, professional, or consistent with expectations for members of the psychological professions, or does not use correct APA format and style. Communicates in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the psychological professions, using correct APA format and style. Communicates in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the psychological professions and uses APA format and style that is concise, balanced, logically organized, and free of grammatical and mechanical errors.