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  What Option Would you Choose A or B?  

(Chapter 7 – pages 107-108)

National Differences on the topic of How Far We Get Involved are sharp under the headings of specificity and diffuseness. The range is illustrated well by responses to the following situation . . .

A boss asks a subordinate to help him pain his house. The subordinate, who does not feel like doing it, discusses the situation with a college.

  1. The college argues: “You don’t have to paint if you don’t’ feel like it. He is your boss at work. Outside he has little authority.”
  2. The subordinate argues: “Despite the fact that I don’t feel like it, I will paint it. He is my boss, and you can’t ignore that outside of work either.”

Question:  What option would you choose A or B? Explain why.

You must make a minimum of three postings on three separate days. Your posts should be intuitive and thoughtful. Your first post will be your answer to my question and the others will be replies to your classmates. These responses to other posts should also be well-written and intelligent

 EACH POST SHOULD BE AT LEAST one PARAGRAPH IN LENGTH (150 words) Quantity is IMPORTANT BUT QUALITY is just as important. NOTE: Wikipedia cannot be used as a source for this class. Also, do not cut and paste from your sources, but read and then put in your own words, this means paraphrase and cite your sources the APA way. 


Grading Rubric 

Your assignment will be graded according to the grading rubric.

Threaded Discussion Grading Rubric

Total Points Possible

Thoroughly answered all of the questions


Responded to at least two classmates in addition to your initial post


Spelling and Grammar is at the college level and reference the text or other material


 Post on three separate days

Total: 50 points

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