Unformatted text preview: A) employees B) stockholders C) the general public D) doctors, nurses, and patients E) the world community 4. Life experiences such as upbringing, personality, and peer relationships are most likely to affect: A) societal ethics B) professional ethics C) individual ethics D) all of the above E) none of the above 5. The standards that tell the practitioners of law or medicine how to make ethical decisions are known as: A) social auditing. B) individual ethics. C) societal ethics. D) professional ethics. E) reputation. 6. The term that alludes to the invisible barriers...
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- Spring '11
- Ethics , societal ethics, moral rights model, ethical credo states