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The development of ethics is the critical to personal, academic, and professional  success. “Ethics is the investigation of matters of right and wrong, justice and injustice, good  and bad, virtue and vice, rights and responsibilities” (Gampel, 2010, para. 1). Ethics relates to personal life through individual values and morals that typically  depends on individual upbringing. Individuals may have a different set of values and  therefore, differing personal ethics.  As young people start their education, academic ethics is learned. Academic ethics  involves integrity, and policies enforced by education systems. Professional ethics may refer to a code of ethics in a workplace and typically applies  an organization’s values to its practice. So rather than making decisions based on  personal values, individuals must learn to think regarding the organization’s values. 
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  • Fall '16
  • Instructor: Leslie Ruff
  • common ethical dilemma, Colleges educated individuals, others. Educated individuals, individual upbringing. Individuals

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