Bonnie Bruised case study 14-37. 

PSY 570 Final Project Milestone Two Guidelines and Rubric

Prompt: The four milestone assignments in this course will prepare you to complete your final project, a case study analysis. In Milestone Two, you will begin
work on an outline of your final case study analysis paper. You will continue to explore the ideas you developed in Milestone One regarding the ethical conflicts
and interactions present in your chosen case study vignette. Take this information and form the basis of an outline for the entire paper. You do not need to fill out
all 11 areas at this time, but you do need to create and maintain working outline of your final project. Incorporate as much detail as possible as you progress
through the course. Here is a template for your case study analysis outline with the areas relevant to this milestone highlighted:

1. Title Page
2. Case Study Analysis Abstract
3. Detailed Case Study Vignette Description
4. The Ethical Conflict
5. The APA Code of Ethics Principles

a. Identify and define all five principles
b. Highlight, bold, or summarize all that might apply to your case study vignette’s ethical conflict
c. Justify why highlighted or bolded principles apply to your case study vignette’s ethical conflict

6. The APA Code of Ethics Standards
a. List and define all 10 standards
b. Highlight, bold, or summarize all that might apply to your case study vignette’s ethical conflict
c. Justify why highlighted or bolded standards apply to your case study vignette’s ethical conflict

7. Statement of Culture and Social Orientations in the Case Study
8. Statement of Dual Relationships or Multiple Relationship Issues in the Study
9. The Ethical Decision-Making Model (Eight-Step Model)
10. An Alternative Decision-Making Model
11. Summary and Conclusion

For Milestone Two, produce a document containing the rough outline following the form above. You are expected to address the first four elements (title page,
case study abstract, the detailed case study description, and the ethical conflict). You should provide a working title for the case study analysis (you are
encouraged to flex your creative muscle), a preliminary draft of your abstract of your case study analysis (4–6 line description outlining both the case study
vignette and your approach to analyzing the case study), a summary of your case study analysis (1–2 pages), and a discussion of the central ethical conflict in your
case study (1 page). Remember that you will use instructor feedback to further revise this milestone, which contains moving pieces of your final project
submission.

Guidelines for Submission: Your paper must be submitted as a 2–3 page Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-
inch margins, and any sources referenced cited in APA format.

Rubric
Critical

Elements
Exemplary (100%) Proficient (90%) Needs Improvement

(70%)
Not Evident (0%) Value

Working Title Meets “Proficient”
criteria and working title
demonstrates creativity

Includes a working title
for the case study
analysis

Includes a working title
for the case study
analysis, but working title
is not in alignment with
the case study

Does not include a
working title for the case
study analysis

10

Case Study
Analysis
Abstract

Meets “Proficient”
criteria and abstract is
the appropriate length

Includes a draft of the
case study analysis
abstract that describes
both the case study
vignette and the
approach to analyzing
the case study

Includes a draft of the
case study analysis
abstract but does not
describe both case study
vignette and approach to
analyzing case study

Does not include a case
study analysis abstract

20

Detailed Case
Study Analysis

Description

Meets “Proficient”
criteria and explains
approach to analyzing
case study

Summarizes the chosen
scenario, the important
people, and the
important interactions
present in the case study

Summarizes the chosen
scenario, the important
people, and the
important interactions
present in the case study,
but is lacking in detail or
breadth

Does not summarize the
chosen scenario, the
important people, and
the important
interactions present in
the case study

30

The Ethical
Conflict

Meets “Proficient”
criteria and identifies a
strategy for resolving the
central ethical conflict

Examines central ethical
conflict of case study
and assesses interactions
between different roles
in the scenario

Examines central ethical
conflict of case study and
assesses interactions
between different roles
in the scenario, but
assessment lacks depth
or detail

Does not examine central
ethical conflict of case
study or assess
interaction between
different roles in the
scenario

30

APA Writing

No errors related to APA
style or citations

Few errors related to
related to APA style and
citations

Major errors related to
APA style and citations

Critical errors related to
APA style and citations

5

Articulation of
Response

Submission is free of
errors related to
grammar, spelling,
syntax, and organization
and is presented in a
professional and easy to
read format with
language that is
appropriate to the
intended audience

Submission has no major
errors related to
grammar, spelling,
syntax, organization or
audience-appropriate
terminology

Submission has major
errors related to
grammar, spelling,
syntax, organization, or
audience-appropriate
language that negatively
impact readability and
articulation of main ideas

Submission has critical
errors related to
grammar, spelling,
syntax, organization, or
audience-specific
language that prevent
understanding of ideas

5

Earned Total 100%