To begin, keep in mind that quotations and citations are different. Quotations are actual words/sentences (verbatim) from the reading. Citations, on the other hand, are references of where the information came from within the reading. You may ONLY incorporate citations into your paper. Do NOT quote from the readings. All the citations will be checked for accuracy, therefore, you MUST reference/cite the proper page numbers. This is crucial. If the citations are incorrect, the paper will be returned for immediate revision. Each citation should include the author’s last name and page number from the reading. For example, citations should look exactly like this: (Andrew et al, p. 188) or (Barnett, p. 23). When writing your paper you MUST make more than 4 citations from the readings. You will make 2 citations per page. Again, this paper requires 4 citations/references. Use the Chicago format of writing with in-text parenthetical citations. You must incorporate 2 outside sources. However, these 2 outside sources must be credible, academic/scholarly in nature, and come from relevant ethics and business management related academic journals or articles. Again, you will only use 2 outside scholarly/academic sources on ethics and management . You must follow these instructions! Do NOT falsify information, citations, or page numbers. This assignment is for a business ethics course. ASSIGNMENT/QUESTIONS: Write a 2-page paper (no shorter) discussing the following: The objective of the Horizon Analysis is to surface your personal values, which you would bring to bear in judging an ethical dilemma in a business setting. In preparation for the Horizon Analysis, reflect on your life experience, and the values you developed over your personal life. Write a brief (two page) essay on your personal values, which you would invoke to judge ethically ambiguous situations. EXTRA INFORMATION: Make sure to incorporate 2 outside scholarly/academic sources on ethics and business management of your own choice, as well as any contemporary or historical examples as support for your arguments and position. Incorporating the reading means attributing any examples/ideas/information you got from the readings that you are including in your analysis. Your paper will be graded on its content, organization, grammar, spelling, creativity, and critical thinking. Keep in mind, a discussion paper is NOT a research paper. Rather, it is an opportunity for you to critically assess an issue, using the reading as support for your perspective. FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS! NO PLAGIARISM! DO NOT FALSIFY NOR MISREPRESENT INFORMATION OR CITATIONS!