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Discuss a 3-d ethical viewpoint
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A) Amolika, who is uneducated, illiterate, and homeless, decides to sell herself into slavery to Nazmul, who runs a sweatshop in Bangladesh. Both are voluntary participants in trade. Is this transaction ethical? Discuss from a 3-D ethical viewpoint. Which ethical approach do you find
most compelling and why? (Hints: Can someone in Amolika’s situation give “consent,” or is coercion present due to her circumstances? Does the issue of consent or coercion change the ethical framework? Why or why not?
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