Ethical Code

Ethical Code - Cabaniss 1 Langston Cabaniss Mr. Carlsmith...

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Cabaniss 1 Langston Cabaniss Mr. Carlsmith Mrs. Amy Ethics Course 21 February 2011 Personal Ethic Code When it comes to making your own code of ethics, there are many factors that play into determining what one sees as right and wrong. You have to account personal experiences and the persons overall world view. If someone is an optimistic terrorist, what they see as right will be a lot different then what many people we encounter in a day would see as right. After reading chapter 4 and doing the checklist I was able to come up with my own code of ethics. In the ‘lying/deception’ field, I had 3 boxes checked. The boxes I had checked where telling lies to children, telling lies to prevent harm to self or others, and not correcting misimpressions. I feel it is okay to tell lies to children so that they can grow up and have a better future. I feel that telling a child that you never drank before the age of 21 is okay even if that is a lie because you would not want to encourage such behavior. Telling lies to prevent harm is definitely acceptable
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This note was uploaded on 09/01/2011 for the course ENGL 1013 taught by Professor Lady during the Fall '08 term at Arkansas.

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