Value and ethics

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Value and ethics : 

Value and ethics Values

VALUES : 

VALUES GOOD BAD

What are values : 

What are values A BELIEF A MISSION A PHILOSOPHY

VALUES CAN RANGE FROM : 

VALUES CAN RANGE FROM COMMONPLACE- Belief in hardwork Punctuality

PSYCHOLOGICAL : 

PSYCHOLOGICAL Self-reliance Concern for others Harmony

COMMON PERSONAL VALUES : 

COMMON PERSONAL VALUES Accountability Accuracy, quietude, Change Cleanliness, Orderliness Efficiency Equality Excellence Fairness Faith Family Freedom Friendship Status Independence Goodness Gratitude Honesty Peace Calm Openness Unity Trust Respect Love Loyalty Simplicity Stability

ETHICS : 

ETHICS RIGHT WRONG

WHAT IS ETHICS : 

WHAT IS ETHICS Principles Modern concepts Priorities

ETHICS IS : 

ETHICS IS A very broad area Many different definitions, interpretations

The Dictionary says-- : 

The Dictionary says-- "Ethical - Relating to moral principles or the branch of knowledge dealing with these...“ Morals/Morality-'...principles concerning the distinction between right and wrong or good and bad behavior..." See what I mean?.. Not especially firm or scientific.

Ethical Philosophy : 

Ethical Philosophy Virtues such as justice, charity and generosity benefit the person and the person's society. (Largely based on Aristotle's ideas.) Ethics are central to morality - a human duty - based on rational people's respect for other rational people..) The guiding principle is based on conduct which produces the greatest happiness or benefit to the greatest number of people. (Referred to as utilitarianism - this might also be considered 'the greater good' concept.)

Examples of Unethical Behavior,activities,etc : 

Examples of Unethical Behavior,activities,etc Dishonesty, withholding information, distortion of facts misleading or confusing communications or positioning or advertising manipulation of people's feelings deception, trickery, rule-bending, fooling people exploitation of weakness and vulnerability excessive profit greed avoidance of blame for wrong-doing Unfairness Unkindness nepotism (the appointment or preference of family members) favoritism or decision-making based on ulterior motives alienation or marginalization of people or groups conflict of interests (having a foot in two or more competing camps) neglect of duty of care betrayal of trust breaking confidentiality lack of compassion and humanity

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