That means ethical dilemma transform into psych. Where the potentially harmful ethical consequence will give scars inside. It needs people’s consideration and knowledge to identify an ethical dilemma in real life. This is the first step to resolve it which is to choose the best option in minimize the risk that have in action of dilemma. 4.1.1 Ethical Dilemma Seen in the Character of Five In novel I am Number Four; the Lost Files; Hidden Enemy found Ethical dilemma of Five.
Table of Contents 1. Description of the ethical dilemma 2 2. Specific problems according to ethical dilemmas 3 2.1 Ethical decisions have extended consequences 3 2.2 Ethical decisions have multiple alternatives: 4 3. Ethical reasoning theories 8 3.1 Virtual approach 9 3.2 Utilitarian Approach 9 4. How knowledge about ethical reasoning theories changes your actions: 11 5.
Introduction Ethics is the theory of human behavior that could be seen from right or wrong and as long as it was rational and doesn’t harm other. Ethics have a strong relation to the Moral, and moral have a strong relation toward the Culture. Ethics shape the way we live, what should we do, and also show us whether it was right or wrong behavior. Ethics also act as the measurement for everyday live whether it was good or not. Professional ethics is the characteristic of how should the professional do toward its profession.
So, instead of reacting to specific events, the analyst should look at ALL of the circumstances surrounding an event. An event should thus not be seen as occurring in isolation. Systems thinking allows the analyst to consider different viewpoints or worldviews when designing solutions for complex human activity systems or resolving messy situations. Analysts often deal with many people with differing worldviews, all potentially valid and proffering different ways to handle a problem. Understanding where stakeholders are coming from can help the BA proactively identify potential resistance to certain system features and nip them in the
Recent researches have been done to examine the influence of moral emotions on individuals’ moral judgement and behavioral intent (Kim et al., 2009; Kim and Johnson,2014). Moral emotions are “those emotions that are linked to the interests or welfare either of society as a whole or at least of persons other than the judge or agent”. In other words, emotions are responses to perceived changes, threats, or opportunities, but in most cases, it is the self whose interests are directly affected by these events. To further distinct that moral emotions as a subset of the emotions, one may first define morality which may be done by specifying the conditions that make up a moral statement or moral issue. Moral emotions are the emotions that respond
Introduction Undoubtedly fieldwork researchers face a conflict while on one hand safeguarding their subjects from emotional and physical harms and on the other hand providing detailed descriptive accounts that eventually may lead to identification of their respondents. I argue that mainly confidentiality should be maintained unless the consultant or the researcher finds the information most important to the general public and even in such cases the informant should be consulted. I have explained below from social perspective. However even in such cases first and foremost the respondent should be consulted to reveal the information. If the informant found to be reluctant to do that then the researcher after taking the necessary steps, should
From birth till we reach our grave, we are continuously learning what our values are and how they fit into our morals. A problem of ethics appears when we try to communicate or come to an agreement with someone who was raised with different beliefs. If we look at this objectively it seems to be difficult to decide who is right or wrong. This is often when the modern doctrine of relativism is brought up. Relativism states
Moral imagination is the ability to imagine a scenario from the perspective of someone else and imagining resolutions you would expect if you were them. It is placing yourself under the stresses they are under and choosing successful solutions for you and the other person or persons involved. Moral reflection is the ability to look back at your behavior under certain circumstances and evaluate whether you handled it ethically and successfully. In this conscience examination, I will effectively morally reflect on a scenario that occurred February 2, 2018, using moral imagination. Using these two practices, I will evaluate my right and wrong actions to ensure more ethical behavior on my behalf in future scenarios.
When we define ethics we know that they are a set of moral principals that guide a person’s behavior. It is the norm for conduct that differentiates acceptable from unacceptable behavior and distinguishes right from wrong. Ethics are different from laws as they are a broader concept. Laws tend to enforce ethical behavior in society. It is imperative to cohere to ethical norms in psychological research for various reasons and as a volunteer I would expect the psychologist to do the same.
These imperatives allow for a better understanding towards ethics because it addresses the values of people, for example personal imperative acknowledges that us humans use both theoretical and practical views towards our life that allows us to evaluate ourselves and see how we as individuals support our values based on our actions. Having this ability of self awareness is a needed quality in the relationship of humanity and the environment because its by self evaluation do we learn from our mistakes, think deeper of ourselves as individuals and strive to be better than our previous selves. The benefit of understanding shared community worldview imperative, is this imperative demands that we examine our own lives and allows us to strive to create a completeness and goodness for others and ourselves. It is the beginning process of discussion and developing a united vision of the environment. This imperative introduces a common body of knowledge that allows people to have the same opportunity as everyone else, is a system that is constructed with community members to collaborate with, allows for better communication skills to develop and become open to new and different