Why are jobs and the workplace ethically and politically significant?

Student ID#Discrimination & Equality in the WorkplaceBUS 3960: Poverty, Profit, and JusticeFINAL EXAMThis exam is due on Canvas by Friday, April 29 by 2pm. Please do notput your name on the paper, just your student ID number. We aregrading blindly. You should fill out this document and upload it toCanvas in the Assignments section in either word or pdf format.There are ten questions, which count for a total of 21 points. The valueof each question is noted below.Section 1: The Ethical and Political Significance of Work1. Why are jobs and the workplace ethically and politically significant?In answering this question, please do two things:(a) Pick two authors that we read who have answered thisquestion and present their views. [2 points](b)Say what you would add to these authors views on the ethicaland political significance of work. [1 points]Section 2: What is Discrimination?2. What is the difference between direct and indirect discrimination?Give an example of each. Feel free to use examples that we havediscussed throughout the course of the semester [2 points]3. What is Linda Kriegers objection to anti-discrimination law,including Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act? [2 points]4. What are the protected classes in Title VII? Would you expand,reduce, or keep the same the number of protected classes in TitleVII? Explain why. [2 points] 1Section 3: Whats Wrong with Workplace Discrimination?5. Name two theories of wrongful discrimination. Explain what eachtheory says about when and why discrimination is wrongful. [2points]6. Is morally impermissible discrimination always illegal? Is illegaldiscrimination always morally impermissible? Give examples tosupport your answer. [2 points]7. Pick one of the theories you mentioned in (5). Apply it to a casethat we have talked about in class. Do you think that the theorygets the case right? In answering, please treat the theorys abilityto identify cases of wrongful discrimination and to explain themseparately. [2 points]Section 4: When is Workplace Discrimination LegallyPermissible?8. Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Acta law that prohibitsemployment discriminationcontains an exception clause. What isthe exception clause called and what does it say? [1 point]9. In Trait Discrimination as Race Discrimination, Kimberly Yurackomakes a controversial claim about dynamic accent discrimination.What is the controversial claim? Cite one of her reasons forendorsing it. Do you agree with her claim? Why or why not? [3points]10.In Private Nurses and Playboy Bunnies, Kimberly Yurackodistinguishes pure-sex and sex-plus cases of sex discrimination.Explain this distinction and offer an example of each kind of sex 2 discrimination. Cite one reason that she believes courts almost always deem sex-plus cases legally impermissible. [2 points] 3

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