HCR210 Ethics & Values - F19 Student Version-1.pptx - ETHICS VALUES Candice Hurley RN MSN(2019 What is a VALUE Ideas beliefs customs modes of

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ETHICS & VALUES Candice Hurley RN MSN (2019)
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What is a VALUE? Ideas, beliefs, customs, modes of conduct, qualities or goals that are highly prized or preferred by individuals, groups or society Learned (consciously and unconsciously) Subjective (individual rather than universal) Gives direction (provides meaning) Obvious when faced with choices Reflected in observable behaviors Can change with experience CONSIDER THIS: The values of a fundamentalist Catholic would differ wildly from a devout Atheist.
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Where do our values come from?
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One More Influence : AGE ***different people and things influence you at different ages Ages 1-7 ---- parents Ages 8-13 ---- teachers, heroes (sports, rocks, TV) Ages 14-20 ---- peers (values because of peers or peers because of values?) Ages 21+ ---- your values are established (however so, you may test your values from time to time)
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HYPOCRIT : One who subscribes to one set of values, and then does another. IMMATURITY : One who has not identified his/her values. Immaturity: Unclear values Drifters Flighty Uncertain Apathetic Maturity: Clear values Life of purpose Meaning and direction
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Values vs Facts Values are things we feel “should” “ought” or “are supposed to” influence our lives VALUE: All people should be active in a specific religion. A value is a statement of one’s personal beliefs Facts simply state what actually are – It is easy to confuse values with facts FACT: Many people are active in a specific religion. A fact is established by observation and measurement
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PONDER THIS… You have been given a check for $1,000,000.
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