An objection articulates a plausible reason why someone might find the argument weak or problematic.
You should explain how it brings out this weakness, and do so in a way that would be acceptable to someone who disagrees with your own argument.
It should be focused, concrete, and on a relevant moral problem.
You should then introduce the topic in the way described by the Week One instructions, but reflecting the developed understanding and information you have gained about the topic and any necessary refinement of the scope.
The other two may be from either the Required or Recommended Resources, or scholarly resources found in the Ashford University Library.
The textbook may be cited, but it does not count toward the resource requirement.
One of these theories may be the theory you discussed in your Week Three Assignment, but your discussion here should be more refined.
For example, you might find the reasoning associated with Aristotelian virtue ethics to be the most compelling, and reference Aristotle in the process of showing how that reasoning supports a certain conclusion.
The problem of sexual harassment in work place is increasingly coming out of the closet.
The case of Tarun Tejpal, managing editor of the news magazine Tehalka is a case in point.