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Ian Tierson 5/7/2009 Professor Mahar College Writing Throughout my life, my ethical development was influenced by three main forces. First, in my childhood, my parents guided my ethical development. Then, when I had learned much from them, I began to take social clues from my friends about how things were supposed to work. After that, my critical thinking process guided me on the road to becoming an ethical person. During my childhood, I learned many things about ethics, and my parents taught most of these lessons. Things like political correctness were foreign to me, yet I was beginning to grasp concepts such as people’s reactions to various things that guys should respect girls, and some things were not okay to say. This lead to a turning point in my ethical development when I learned that one must ask before taking things. One time I was at my aunt’s house and I decided to help myself to a chip with out asking. My mother made me spit it out and made me ask before I took another. This was her way
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This essay was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENGL 101 taught by Professor Mahar during the Fall '06 term at St. John Fisher College.

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