ethical awareness inventory

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Running head: CHECKPOINT: ETHICAL AWARENESS INVENTORY 1 Checkpoint: Ethical Awareness Inventory Susan R. Rodgers XMGT216 September 1, 2010
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CHECKPOINT: ETHICAL AWARENESS INVENTORY 2 Checkpoint: Ethical Awareness Inventory I think the Ethics Awareness Inventory questionnaire was very interesting. I learned my ethical perspective is obligation. My perspective is along the lines of a deontological theory. I believe in freedom of the individual, respectful of human dignity, and my principles are universalized. (University of Phoenix, 2003) While according to the Ethics Awareness Inventory (University of Phoenix, 2003) my ethical style says I believe human beings have the right to respect, but I do not support policies for society as a whole; I cannot completely agree with this statement. I do believe each individual has a right to respect, however I do believe in some traditions or/and policies that are in the best interests of society as a whole. The rest of the evaluation is very close to my principles and values
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2011 for the course HUM 130 taught by Professor Georgegreaves during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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