What are three components of individual autonomy

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  1. What are three components of individual autonomy? Why are all three essential? (page 231)

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  1. How are Fitzgerald, Coplin, and Ellsberg similar?

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What does “ambiguity of effectiveness” mean?

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  1. Why is ambiguity of effectiveness an important consideration in motivating one to report abusive administrators?

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  1. What are three possible negative consequences of whistle-blowing?

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  1. Do these create regret in most whistleblowers that they did speak out?

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  1. What is the significance of Boisjoly in the Challenger space scandal?

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  1. Enhancing moral development results in several benefits, including these. What is an example of each of these?
    1. Alternatives to whistle-blowing

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    1. Trusted dissent channels

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    1. Collaborative communication and problem-solving channels

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  1. Give 3 main pressures which discourage bringing issues to light.

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  1. What does “autonomy” mean?

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  1. What does Agentic Shift mean?

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  1. Why is it important in maintaining autonomy.

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  1. Why is self awareness so important to ethical autonomy?

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  1. Why is role evaluation so important?

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  1. What are the three questions you ask in role evaluation?

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  1. How does Chapter 3 of Freedom to Live relate to Chapter 8?
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