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    A Look at Ethical Perspectives While it would be nice to think that it is easy to make decisions and all come to the same conclusion, this is not always the case. Unfortunately, even regarding ethical decisions where you may think a right and wrong way exist may not be easy to determine. Since everyone has different backgrounds and therefore, different perspectives, we may not agree on what the best course of action is to take in a difficult decision. While I believe that character is the most

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    Ethical Perspective MGT 344 W3 Individual Assignment University of Phoenix Darrell DiFabio October 20, 2008 Ethical Perspective Introduction Ethics can be defined as a philosophical study of moral values based on the concept of right and wrong. Therefore, ethical perspective could be considered as a person’s individual perception of moral values, beliefs and rules based on his or her personal view of right and wrong. The Ethics Awareness Inventory is a test devised to help individuals

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    Ethical Perspective The ethical perspective of an individual has a profound affect on how he lives his life. Ethical perspective can be that of character, obligation, results, or equity; or C.O.R.E.. An individual may fall into one of these perspectives or may be blended between two or more. An individual’s ethical perspective can be reflected in the culture of their organization and determines how they handle ethical situations on a daily basis. My personal ethical perspective is substantially

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    Ethical Perspectives Organizational Issues ETH/316 11/28/2012 Ethical Perspectives It is evident that Wal-Mart’s ethical perspective or moral view is contingent on profit or profit potential. The global labor force of Wal-Mart enables this retail giant to continue to grow and succeed by providing lower operating costs. The legal ethics of this company are asserted globally and would withstand scrutiny in most cases. However, the virtue ethics of Wal-Mart are questionable about the well-being

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    objective ethical perspectives or requisite ethics as a way of behaving or interacting, or that anyone is vindicated as having justified beliefs or are deliberately conscious about such things. Perhaps, for all that has been shown in reading the novels, we are all not wholly competent in discerning ethics as a set of objective reasons, unable to draw any sound moral conclusions to the idea of intersubjective existence. Perhaps we are all pursuing a chimera when we attempt to determine ethical issues

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    From an ethical perspective and obligation however, the autonomy and dignity of all individuals should also be taken into account and therefore respected (Van Camp, 2014). This should raise questions about what can potentially be implemented that would accommodate the regulations and requirements yet, respect the personal differences that accompany religious beliefs. For instance, in an effort to respect human autonomy and dignity, Illinois is trying to strike that balance. Although Illinois remains

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    From an ethical perspective and obligation, however, the autonomy and dignity of all individuals should also be taken into account and therefore respected (Van Camp, 2014). This should raise questions about what can potentially be implemented that would accommodate the regulations and requirements yet, respect the personal differences that accompany religious beliefs. For instance, in an effort to respect human autonomy and dignity, Illinois is trying to strike that balance. Although Illinois remains

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    This book grapples with ethical dilemmas that can present themselves while working with people from other cultures and professional disciplines. Perspectives From the perspective of the social worker Jeanine Hilt, systems perspective could be used to assess Lia Lee, her family or those in the community of the book. System perspective sees human behavior as the outcome of reciprocal interactions of persons operating within linked

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    by which the Professor measured our performance. By working in a team-environment, I was able to learn the value of multiple perspectives and the need to use different roles depending on the situation. In analyzing Synergy, Inc., I learned that we had fused the three perspectives to create a unique identity and structure. For instance, in the strategic design perspective, tasks were organized

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    Throughout the last century, The Unites States of America has been affectionately dubbed, “the melting pot.” Although our Western culture was built on a multicultural foundation, we have nevertheless failed, “to embrace many of the needs, views, and perspectives specific to those not considered part” of the dominant White-Western culture. Only in recent decades have we truly started to address this gap and the needs associated with serving others from a culturally sensitive standpoint. The American

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