An older male adult in a long term care facility is confused and becoming increasingly agitated. His wife is visiting with him and is visibly worried about his behaviour. You and the other RPN on the shift consider whether you should use physical restraints on the patient.
Using only feminist ethics, what choice would you make? Explain why.
Are there differences in the outcome in the application of feminist ethics versus the traditional ethics and the "ethical principles" of our previous session? Why?
Although feminists are critical of the traditional ethical approaches (feminists consider them to be paternalistic), do they share any similarities with feminism? If so, what are they?