By using Rest's Four-Component Ethical Decision Making Model, outline a step-by-step application to the given case story. Outline the possible outcomes for each and every individual and any benefits and limitations of the model.
You are the faculty member at a college. The dean assigned the head of your department to observe a specific issue. You attended some meetings of different faculty members to describe the issue, and the department head attended only one. You and a colleague wrote a reasoned, point-by-point response to the original issue of concern, and you sent this to the department head. A few months later, you are surprised to see a journal article manuscript with the department head listed as the sole author. Whenever you read the article, you see that you and your colleague are cited in the appendix; however much of the material is word for word what you have written.