>REPORT #1 – Write an report/essay on a data-collection ethical issue (Degree Analytics) using PEAS Framework for Critical Thinking and Ethical Decision-MakingObjective: Research, write and upload a 2- to 5-page report/essay/paper analyzing this “ethics/privacy issuePreview the document” (i.e., about how Degree Analytics (Links to an external site.) and other businesses and universities may use student data collection) to assist students/advisor/faculty/administrators.)Start by researching the following topics:Three Categories of Ethics & Ethical Business Frameworks for LCOBConsent vs No consentThe definition of Kant’s categorical imperative (perfect duty and imperfect duty)The definition of UtilitarianismHow to apply the categorical imperative and utilitarianismSubmit you report in Word format (.doc or .docx), using the PEAS Framework for Critical ThinkingPreview the document and PEAS Framework for Ethical Decision MakingPreview the document.Your paper should refer (cite) to the above topics in green. And your paper should incorporate content from peer-refereed journal articles and sources.Submissions must adhere to this Journal Article Template (click to upload the template.)Per template, the following information should be included within the report (see above template):Your Full NameE-mail address(es)Institutional or company affiliation(s)Paper titlePaper abstractPaper keywordsThe report should be about 2 to 5 pages long, single-spaced, APA-style citations and references. [Paper should not exceed ten (10) pages, including all appendices. However, most reports are two (2) to five (5) pages, using the font and margin settings specified in the template.All pages are to be U.S. letter-size (8.5″ x 11″). Do not alter the given margins and font settings on the template.Any tables or figures that exceed the given width of the columns should be included in an appendix.Appendices may be formatted in any way you deem necessary, with the exception that all pages must adhere to the standard page margins on an 8.5″ x 11″ page template. Any rotated pages in landscape orientation in the appendices should be rotated ninety (90) degrees to the left (commonly referred to as “counter-clockwise” or “anti-clockwise” rotation).References should be listed alphabetically at the end of the paper according to APA style Parentheses should be used within the body of the paper to offset citations. [Clarification: Parentheses should be used within the body of the paper to offset citations. Articles must cite a minimum of five scholarly (peer-reviewed) sources but 10 or 15 references are recommended. These must be cited in-text (parenthetical citation) and be accompanied by a full citation in the reference list. In general, we consider a source to be scholarly if it is published in an edited book, a peer reviewed publication, an academic journal, or by a university press. Citing multiple works by the same author(s) or web-links (URLs) only qualifies as meeting one of the required five.]Paper should be submitted (uploaded) as one single file. The file must be in Microsoft Word .DOC, or Microsoft Word .DOCX. Limit figures to either JPG or GIF format for this purpose when embedding the image within the document’s pages. Like text, all figures or table or graph should be original (i.e., created by you).——————-Advise: Start with an Introduction—which is a very important section of any scholarly paper that tell the reader what is expected in the rest of the paper.It is the “road map …establish the context, background and/or importance of the topicindicate an issue, problem, or controversy in the field of studydefine the topic or key termsbrief overview of existing literature reviewstate of the purpose of the study for this articleresearch questionsprovide an overview of the coverage and/or structure of the writingAdvise: Pitch your research question earlier in the paper under the Introduction section to get the attention of your reader. You should not pitch it like in the middle or under your problem section. Under this problem statement- formulate specific sub research questions link to your main research question.In the main body of the paper, conduct a literature review. And briefly discuss what are the “gaps” (i.e., since technology is accelerating – remember Friedman) in the research literature. Answer the research questions.This is where your Evidence, Analysis and Solutions are detailed and explained.Of course, please do not use first person “WE” or “I” (first person), since this is not a good academically manner to formulate questions.Develop your one tables, figures, frameworks and models, rather than borrowing from the Internet.Ideally, the paper should show some empirical evidence (i.e., surveys), although you could write a more conceptual paper.If it is going to be a conceptual paper, then state it upfront for the reader by providing the context as a conceptual paper. In a conceptual paper, you may use a scoping review (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. as research protocol for the design of the paper.On the other hand, your paper could be written as an empirical paper … and the research question and purpose of the paper will bring out the empirical part of the paper.Finally, the conclusion is shouldn’t be cluttered with too many issues. In an academic paper, it should be aligned to the Introduction. It is a very important section of any scholarly paper that tell the reader what emerged from the findings and what implications or further research is needed. Further whether the paper contributed to theory, practice of policy.