Compare the differences and similarities between the different communities represented by each team member
The City of Kelsey is a virtual organization that was established at around 1932 by M. Kelsey. This city boasts of its rich and diverse culture with residents that range from Caucasian, African Americans, Asian Americans, and other ethnic communities that live peacefully within their neighborhoods. The major occupations in the city include information technologies, logistics, blue color jobs as well as medical personnel. Due to the racial composition of the city, residents share social amenities like schools, libraries, hospitals, and children also share playgrounds. However, in the community presented from Liverpool, Britain, it is characterized by racial oppression in the education sector where social work educators from the black and minority ethnic communities are not given equal opportunities as their white counterparts (Yeung, & Box, 2008).
Organizations in Kelsey City have a responsibility to ensure that their operations meet the ethical standards perceived by the community members. However, in Hong Kong, corporations have little responsibility beyond maximizing their profits. Therefore, they only meet the ethical standards of the latter fall in their line of operation or are aimed at maximizing the income of the corporation. Nevertheless, in David Secchi’s articles, he gives a representation of the social responsibility that relates to Kelsey City.
Evaluate the effects of socially responsible efforts in each community
In Kelsey City, the education system ensures that the graduating students learn to live and support a healthy and caring environment. These students are taught about the ethical diversity in the family, world, personal ethics, self-development, citizen responsibilities as well as personal ethics. The ethical culture therefore develops the community because every person learns ethical values right from school. Organizations in Secchi’s article also practice ethical activities thereby helping in ensuring unity in their community. However, Liverpool in characterized by racial stratification and limited ethical conducts. The same applies to Hong Kong where corporations seek to maximize profits thereby undermining the community environment.
Yeung, E. W., & Box, J. (2008). Ethical Dilemmas are not Simply Black and White. Ethics & Social Welfare, 2(1), 86-94. Doi:10.1080/17496530801948838