Ethics and Social Justice Week 1 Discussion 1.docx

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Ethics refers to the guiding principles which help to decide what is right and wrong to a person or a group of people. Ethics can be provided by an external source to help shape individuals based on a situation, for example, a workplace or education institution. Morality, on the other hand, helps to define individual life issues in determining between right and wrong. In some cases, people confuse these two aspects following their use on various matters that shape human life. Ethics are principles developed by values considered morally upright and hold the most significant part of an individual's life. The basis for ethics must be morals; this is because ethics arises from morality which dictates what's right and wrong
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