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Case Study on Moral Status
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Assessment Description
Based on “Case Study: Fetal Abnormality” andthe required topic Resources, write a 750-1,000-word reflection that answers the following questions:
1. What is theChristian view of the nature of human persons, and which theory of moral status is it compatible with? How is this related to the intrinsic human value and dignity?
2. Which theory or theories are being used by Jessica, Marco, Maria, and Dr. Wilson to determine the moral status of the fetus? What from the case study specifically leads you to believe that they hold the theory you selected?
3. How does the theory determine or influence each of their recommendations for action?
4. What theory do you agree with? Why? How would that theory determine or influence the recommendation for action?
Remember to support your responses with the topic Resources.
While APA style is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and documentation of sources should be presented using APA formatting guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.
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Case Study: Fetal Abnormality
Jessica is a 30-year-old immigrant from Mexico City. She and her husband Marco have been in the United States for the last three years and have finally earned enough money to move out of their Aunt Maria’s home and into an apartment of their own. They are both hard workers. Jessica works 50 hours a week at a local restaurant and Marco has been contracting side jobs in construction. Six months before their move to an apartment, Jessica finds out she is pregnant.
Four months later, Jessica and Marco arrive at the county hospital, a large, public, nonteaching hospital. A preliminary ultrasound indicates a possible abnormality with the fetus. Further scans are conducted, and it is determined that the fetus has a rare condition in which it has not developed any arms and will not likely develop them. There is also a 25% chance that the fetus may have Down syndrome.
Dr. Wilson, the primary attending physician, is seeing Jessica for the first time, since she and Marco did not receive earlier prenatal care over concerns about finances. Marco insists that Dr. Wilson refrain from telling Jessica the scan results, assuring him that he will tell his wife himself when she is emotionally ready for the news. While Marco and Dr. Wilson are talking in another room, Aunt Maria walks into the room with a distressed look on her face. She can tell that something is wrong and inquires of Dr. Wilson. After hearing of the diagnosis, she walks out of the room wailing loudly and praying aloud.
Marco and Dr. Wilson continue their discussion, and Dr. Wilson insists that he has an obligation to Jessica as his patient and that she has a right to know the diagnosis of the fetus. He furthermore is intent on discussing all relevant factors and options regarding the next step, including abortion. Marco insists on taking some time to think of how to break the news to Jessica, but Dr. Wilson, frustrated with the direction of the conversation, informs the husband that such a choice is not his to make. Dr. Wilson proceeds back across the hall, where he walks in on Aunt Maria awkwardly praying with Jessica and phoning the priest. At that point, Dr. Wilson gently but briefly informs Jessica of the diagnosis and lays out the option for abortion as a responsible medical alternative, given the quality of life such a child would have. Jessica looks at him and struggles to hold back her tears.
Jessica is torn between her hopes of a better socioeconomic position and increased independence, along with her conviction that all life is sacred. Marco will support Jessica in whatever decision she makes but is finding it difficult not to view the pregnancy and the prospects of a disabled child as a burden and a barrier to their economic security and plans. Dr. Wilson lays out all of the options but clearly makes his view known that abortion is “scientifically” and medically a wise choice in this situation. Aunt Maria pleads with Jessica to follow through with the pregnancy and allow what “God intends” to take place and urges Jessica to think of her responsibility as a mother.
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Case Study on Moral Status – Rubric
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Christian View of the Nature of Human Persons and Compatible Theory of Moral Status
60points
Criteria Description
Christian View of the Nature of Human Persons and Compatible Theory of Moral Status
5. Excellent
60points
Explanation of the Christian view of the nature of human persons and the theory of moral status that it is compatible with is clear, thorough, and explained with a deep understanding of the relationship to intrinsic human value and dignity. Explanation is supported by topic study materials.
4. Good
51points
Explanation of the Christian view of the nature of human persons and the theory of moral status that it is compatible with is clear, thorough, and and explains the relationship to intrinsic human value and dignity. Explanation is supported by topic study materials.
3. Satisfactory
45points
Explanation of the Christian view of the nature of human persons and the theory of moral status that it is compatible with is clear and explains the basic relationship to intrinsic human value and dignity. Explanation is supported by topic study materials.
2. Less Than Satisfactory
39points
Explanation of the Christian view of the nature of human persons and the theory of moral status that it is compatible with is unclear. Explanation is not clearly supported by topic study materials.
1. Unsatisfactory
0points
Explanation of the Christian view of the nature of human persons and the theory of moral status that it is compatible with is insufficient. Explanation is not supported by topic study materials.
Determination of Moral Status
40points
Criteria Description
Determination of Moral Status
5. Excellent
40points
The theory or theories that are used by each person to determine the moral status of the fetus is explained clearly and draws insightful relevant conclusions. Rationale for choices made is clearly supported by topic study materials and case study examples.
4. Good
34points
The theory or theories that are used by each person to determine the moral status of the fetus is explained clearly and draws relevant conclusions. Rationale for choices made is clearly supported by topic study materials and case study examples.
3. Satisfactory
30points
The theory or theories that are used by each person to determine the moral status of the fetus is explained and draws relevant conclusions. Rationale for choices made is supported by topic study materials and case study examples.
2. Less Than Satisfactory
26points
The theory or theories that are used by each person to determine the moral status of the fetus is not clearly explained. Rationale for choices made is unclearly supported by topic study materials or case study examples.
1. Unsatisfactory
0points
The theory or theories that are used by each person to determine the moral status of the fetus is not adequately explained. Rationale for choices made is not supported by topic study materials or case study examples.
Recommendation for Action
40points
Criteria Description
Recommendation for Action
5. Excellent
40points
Explanation of how the theory determines or influences each of their recommendations for action is clear, insightful, and demonstrates a deep understanding of the theory and its impact on recommendation for action. Explanation is supported by topic study materials.
4. Good
34points
Explanation of how the theory determines or influences each of their recommendations for action is clear and demonstrates an understanding of the theory. Explanation is supported by topic study materials.
3. Satisfactory
30points
Explanation of how the theory determines or influences each of their recommendations for action is clear. Explanation is supported by topic study materials.
2. Less Than Satisfactory
26points
Explanation of how the theory determines or influences each of their recommendations for action is unclear. Explanation unclearly supported by topic study materials.
1. Unsatisfactory
0points
Explanation of how the theory determines or influences each of their recommendations for action is insufficient. Explanation is not supported by topic study materials.
Personal Response to Case Study
40points
Criteria Description
Personal Response to Case Study
5. Excellent
40points
Evaluation of which theory is preferable within personal practice along with how that theory would influence personal recommendations for action is clear, relevant, and insightful.
4. Good
34points
Evaluation of which theory is preferable within personal practice along with how that theory would influence personal recommendations for action is clear and relevant.
3. Satisfactory
30points
Evaluation of which theory is preferable within personal practice along with how that theory would influence personal recommendations for action is clear.
2. Less Than Satisfactory
26points
Evaluation of which theory is preferable along with how that theory would influence personal recommendations for action is lacking a personal connection.
1. Unsatisfactory
0points
Evaluation of which theory is personally preferable along with how that theory would influence personal recommendations for action is inadequate.
Organization, Effectiveness, and Format
10points
Criteria Description
Organization, Effectiveness, and Format
5. Excellent
10points
Writer is clearly in command of standard, written, academic English.
4. Good
8.5points
Prose is largely free of mechanical errors, although a few may be present. The writer uses a variety of effective sentence structures and figures of speech.
3. Satisfactory
7.5points
Some mechanical errors or typos are present, but they are not overly distracting to the reader. Correct and varied sentence structure and audience-appropriate language are employed.
2. Less Than Satisfactory
6.5points
Frequent and repetitive mechanical errors distract the reader. Inconsistencies in language choice (register) or word choice are present. Sentence structure is correct but not varied.
1. Unsatisfactory
0points
Surface errors are pervasive enough that they impede communication of meaning. Inappropriate word choice or sentence construction is used.
Documentation of Sources
10points
Criteria Description
Documentation of Sources (citations, footnotes, references, bibliography, etc., as appropriate to assignment and style)
5. Excellent
10points
Sources are completely and correctly documented, as appropriate to assignment and style, and format is free of error.
4. Good
8.5points
Sources are documented, as appropriate to assignment and style, and format is mostly correct.
3. Satisfactory
7.5points
Sources are documented, as appropriate to assignment and style, although some formatting errors may be present.
2. Less Than Satisfactory
6.5points
Documentation of sources is inconsistent or incorrect, as appropriate to assignment and style, with numerous formatting errors.
1. Unsatisfactory
0points
Sources are not documented.
Optional – Joni and Friends
For additional information, the Joni and Friends website is recommended:
https://www.joniandfriends.org/
Optional – Topic 2: Optional Resources
For additional information, see the “Topic 2: Optional Study Resources” that are recommended.
PHI-413V-RS-T2OptionalResources.docx
The Image of God, Bioethics, and Persons with Profound Intellectual Disabilities
Read the attached article, “The Image of God, Bioethics, and Persons With Profound Intellectual Disabilities,” by Devan Stahl and
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JCID 6.1-6.2 – Article – D. Stahl_J.Kilner – Image of God Bioethics and PWIDs.pdf
Practicing Dignity: An Introduction to Christian Values and Decision-Making in Health Care
Read Chapters 2 fromPracticing Dignity.
https://www.gcumedia.com/digital-resources/grand-canyon-university/2020/practicing-dignity_an-introduction-to-christian-values-and-decision-making-in-health-care_1e.php
Philosophy – Ethics: Moral Status
View the video “Philosophy – Ethics: Moral Status,” by Jeff Sebo, fromWireless Philosophy.

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