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To conclude from the above said about ethics and ethicality in literary creation, I can hardly conceive them beyond senses, sensibility, openness to others and love (in whatever forms).
Cargill case demonstrates that actions aimed to disrupt a competitor's supply chain fall within a grayer area of legality and ethicality than supply chain interdiction tactics such as Delay and Divert.
Twelve respondents discussed the ethicality of police going undercover in terms of danger and risk.
In a meta-analysis of over 6,000 respondents, Peterson, et al, (2010) found that female participants had a significantly higher ethicality score than males.
Ethicality Ethical Norm Do the contents include ethical bias such as religion, region, political belief, and violent expressions?
Fundamental to the determination of ethicality of drone strikes is whether they sufficiently discriminate between combatants, who may be ethically (and legally) targeted, and civilians, who may not.
5) The market system (defects of which are related to the rotten core) also needs to be directed by these principles that are critical to the success of building an ethical culture (defects of which are related to the rotten barrel) and promoting ethicality at the individual level (defects of which are related to the rotten apple).
In the foie gras debate, justice for animals based the ethicality of their treatment on factory farms which resulted in the enactment of formal regulations, an illustration of Horkheimer and Adorno's (2002) assertion that "Justice gives way to law" (p.
We then reviewed the way in which ethicality of counselors' behavior is determined and gave specific instruction about the importance of a systematic decision-making process.
1999) proposed self-efficacy and the perceived ethicality of an advertisement to be independent variables affecting the dependent variable of purchase intention via intervening variables of attitude toward the advertisement and attitude toward the brand.
Those who hold to non-cognitivism and think that attitudes of a group determine ethicality or non-ethicality of a judgment are called ethical relativists.
But that does not answer the issue of ethicality of the "act".