This question asked us to choose one of the ethical or social issues and parts a three and give your opinion on the issue. For background information, you might read one of the articles on ethics marked with an asterisk in this six adjusted reading section for Chapter one. So the products for ethical issues are as follows we have. Should a person's genetic makeup be used into turning his or per eligible eligibility for life insurance? Should biotechnology companies be able to patent newly sequence genes? Should gene therapy used be used in people? And should genetic testing be made available for inherited disorders with, for which there is no treatment or cure? So we cannot answer this question for you. You have to form your own opinion on one of those ethical issues. However, what we can do is we can talk about how you would go about answering that question. So the first thing that you want to consider factors to consider here are going to be both sides in any ethical situation. You can't just hone in on one side without acknowledging the other side. We can't ignore the other side because the other side does provide in almost every single instance, very valuable points. And by listening to the other side by examining their views, we can actually make our argument better. So if we look at both sides, then we are able to form a much better argument and going along that we want to have a strong argument based on research so grounded in fact. So if we have an argument as based on Taylor to emotions, if we are just talking about feelings and, um, how we feel our opinions, that is not going to be a strong as grounding our argument, in fact, bringing up data, bring up statistics, using statistics properly and to our advantage, formulating our strong arm it. And finally, what we want to do is we would want to look at it from both the ethical and social perspectives. So this is kind of goes along with both sides. Yes, from an ethical perspective, it would be this way. But what would be better for society? It does society always So does society always good for to ethical fear because there is a theory and tactics that states that anything done for the greater good is ethical so by saving two people, if one person has to get killed in the process, that is still ethical. So the lives of two people was greater than the live of life of one, and that is ethical in one African theory, utilitarianism. So if we are to think about the different ethical theories, we want to choose a theory that we're going to stick with, we can't just use utilitarianism at one point, and then we can and then switch over to content, philosophy and the other. So we want to stick with ethical theory in this case, so that is how you formulate your response and provide your opinion on the issue.