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Unformatted text preview: desirability 2. Utilitarian favors ethics actions that benefit more people than they damage the greatest good for the greatest number 3. Social Responsibility judges actions by the good effect they have on society Deontological Ethics (Good actions flow from good processes) 1. Theory of Divine Command proper decisions follow Gods will, with blind trust that the consequences will be good 2. Secular Command hold that authorities legitimately hold supreme authority although not necessarily with divine authority; allegiance to a dictator or other political leader from whom the people take cutes when making moral decisions 3. Libertarian Theory given good information and time, people ultimately make right decisions M.P.A.A. Motion Picture Association of America- has its own rating system V-Chip allows parents to control TV; enabled by Telecommunication Act of 1996 PMRC- labeling...
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