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PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL ETHICS and MORAL REASONING
Rommel Llanilloon 24 April 2014
Transcript of PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL ETHICS and MORAL REASONING
individual's belief about morality or conscience
often deep within
us, but not written
has the freedom to choose his/her own set of rules
a set of standards adopted by a professional community
the individual is expected to follow religiously, the code of ethics
usually written and signed
-set of principles
of what is
-professionals are also expected to be honest and respect the code of ethics
-your personal ethics must be separated from your professional ethics
-limited to people closest to you
-include more diverse and wide-ranging responsibilities
PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL
-influenced by the taught of his parents, teachers,
-heavily influenced by the culture or set of standards of the organization
American psychologist who is known for his research into the developing stages of moral judgment in youth.
Early Childhood (2-6 years old)
Late Childhood (6-12 years old)
Puberty (10-14 years old)
Law and Order
Adolescence (13-19 years old)
Early Adulthood (19-35 years old)
Adulthood (35 years old & above)
-One is motivated by the
fear of punishment.
He will act in order to avoid
-One is motivated to act by
the benefit that one may obtain later. “You scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours”
-One is motivated by what others
expect in behavior –
“good boy, good girl”.
The person acts because he/she values how he/she will appear to others.
-One is motivated to act
in order to uphold law and order.
The person will follow the law because it is a law.
-Laws that are wrong can be changed. One will act based on social justice and the common good.
-This is associated with the development of one’s conscience.
-guides a person's overall behavior
-provide instruction on how to respond to certain situations