Please review 'Blood, Sweat & Tshirts', the programme that you watched in week one. First see the documentary then give answers and the link to the video is http://ezproxy.csu.edu.au/login?qurl=https://edutv.informit.com.au/watch-screen.php?videoID=33326
In a Word document, answer the following questions:
1. What ethical issues are raised in the documentary?
2. What is meant by the broad view of CSR?
3. What is meant by the narrow view of CSR?
4. Are the clothing retailers who buy goods from the Indian factories taking a broad or narrow view of CSR? Explain your reasoning.
5. What is one of the arguments that is used to justify taking a narrow view? Explain this argument as if you are helping a lay person understand it.
6. What is one of the arguments that is used to support a broad view? Explain this argument as if you are helping a lay person understand it.
7. How could the narrow view that you have discussed relate to what you saw in the documentary?
8. How could the broad view that you have discussed relate to what you saw in the documentary?
9. Use ethic of care to argue that taking a broad view of CSR is ethical. To do this, you must apply the theory as I have demonstrated.
10. Given what you have learnt about professional moral obligations to society, do you think that professionals could make a difference to the Indian workers' lives? To reflect on this, please explain why professionals have a special moral obligation to others, and what you, as a professional business person could effect change.