Summary Of The Sensemaking-Intuition Model

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According to the author of the Sensemaking-Intuition Model, I think the fundamental problems with classical ethical decision-making models are lacks a sufficient theoretical basis for conceptualizing experience. The model focuses on results on a list of critical analysis. However, it doesn't represent the clear definition of ethics found on those theoretical approaches. Since we knew unethical decisions can have a negative affect on the decision makers as well as others, whereas ethical decisions may have the opposite effect. We can understand that the Sensemaking-Intuition Model is a behavior assumed on a dual scale of “collective vs. individual.” In other words, it is saying that all ethical decisions can be evaluate on a scale of individual

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