Professional Ethics: The Impact Of Globalization And Professional Ethics

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Globalization is a process by which the global world could easily interact with each other through many things, such as internet, telecommunications and other means of communication that are useful nowadays. Globalization is a double-edged weapon that has advantages and disadvantages. In addition to that, it could affect many things such as traditions, customs and values. Not only that, but it could affect many fields and aspects in our life, whether in a positive way or a negative way. Globalization is not limited by developing economic and cultural values, but it could also develope professional ethics as well. But, developing professional ethics by globalization is a controversial topic in the public debate and in the academic discourse as well. There are some…show more content…
Moreover, I will conclude my essay by writing my point of view about globalization and professional ethics. To begin with, in order to understand how globalization could play a major role in developing professional ethics. First of all, we have to understand the definition of professional ethics, which is defined as a personal, organizational and operate standards of behavior expected by professionals. There are many examples for professional ethics such as honesty, integrity, transparency, accountability, confidentiality, objectivity, obedience to the law and so on. Globalization has developed many of these examples, but at the same time, it affects these examples negatively. But, in this essay I will be writing about how globalization develop professional ethics in general, as well as providing some examples. People believe that globalization develop professional ethics in a positive way and the others believe that it could affect professional ethics negatively. Globalization could develop professional ethics through many things, for example honesty, no one can deny that globalization nowadays can affect
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