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professional ethics :P

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Transcript of professional ethics :P

A whistleblower is a person who tells the public or someone in authority about alleged dishonest or illegal activities occurring in a government department or private company or organization.
It is the study of morality and human action to promote desirable behaviors.
By profession means an occupation that is developed in order to collaborate with the welfare of society.
The Purpose of Ethics in the Field of Professional Practice
It is principally an application with moral standards which is based on honesty, courtesy and honor.
Professional Requirements
A professional must exercise their work appropriately, since this has a social purpose, which is to adequately cover the needs that society must satisfy, thus contributing to the common good.
Importance of Professional Ethics

It is the commitment of who have had privilege of top level training

Ethics is a cultural value of society and the time in which we live

Also the professions have a social purpose and this is to properly serve the needs that society must satisfy

Responsibility to serve the public


Complex body of knowledge


Standards of Admission to the Profession


Need for public confidence


Need for Professional Ethics
Honesty
Integrity is concept of consistency of actions, values, methods, measures, principles, expectations and outcomes.
Transparency


Transparency allow citizens to have accessibility, usability, utility, understandability in formativeness and auditability of information and process held by centers of authority(society or organizations)
Accountability is often used synonymously with such concepts as answerability, blameworthiness, liability and other terms associated with the expectation of account-giving.
Confidentiality is an ethical principle of discretion associated with the profession such as medicine, law, psychotherapy.
In business, the confidentiality of information, a mainstream adaptation of the '' need to know ''
Objectivity is a journalistic professionalism.

In journalism, objectivity may synonymous with neutrality.
Respectfulness
Respect gives a positive feeling of esteem for a person and conduct representative of that esteem.
Respect can be

a specific

feeling of

regard for

the actual

qualities of the

one respected.

''
I speak to everyone

in the same way
,
whether

he is the garbage man

or the president

of university.

''

Albert Einstein
Whistleblowing
Special Need for Ethical Conduct in Professions
Our society has attached a special meaning to the term of professional.
Professionals are expected to conduct themselves at a higher level than most other members of society.

Manolya Enise TORGAÇ

Muharrem Çakmaktaş
Professional Ethics
Components of Professional Ethics

Honesty
Integrity
Transparency
Accountability
Confidentially
Objectivity
Respectfulness
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