Integrity Ethics Module 14 Exercises: A. Case Studies - Professional Ethics (2023)

  • Serie de Módulos Universitarios E4J:Integridad y Ética

  • Módulo 14: Ética Profesional

  • Introducción y Logros de Aprendizaje

  • Cuestiones Clave

  • Ejercicios

    • Casos de estudio sobre ética profesional
    • Estudios de caso sobre la moral del rol
    • Ejercicios adicionales
  • Posible Estructura de la Clase

  • Lecturas Principales

  • Lecturas Avanzadas

  • Evaluación de los Alumnos

  • Herramientas de Enseñanza Adicionales

  • Lineamientos para Desarrollar un Curso Independiente

  • Publicado por primera vez en junio de 2018; revisado en octubre de 2018.
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Caso de estudio 1

Después de descubrir que una alumna tuiteó un mensaje grosero sobre ella, una maestra de escuela confrontó a la adolescente durante una clase sobre etiqueta en las redes sociales. Al preguntarle a la alumna por qué pública mensajes tan nocivos que podrían perjudicar la reputación de la maestra, la alumna respondió que en ese momento estaba enojada. La maestra respondió que estaba muy molesta por las acciones de la alumna, exigiendo que la alumna se disculpara públicamente por su transgresión, y la alumna se disculpó. Una vez que la alumna se disculpó la maestra le dijo a la clase que no permitiría que mocosos impertinentes la llamaran así.

Pautas para el ponente

Use las siguientes preguntas para orientar la discusión sobre el caso entre los alumnos. ¿Estuvo mal el comportamiento de la alumna? De ser así, ¿por qué? Después, ¿cuáles eran los objetivos de la maestra en esta situación? ¿Cómo debería haber abordado el mal comportamiento la maestra? ¿Debería haber perdonado lo que hizo la alumna o haber tomado un enfoque distinto? Si consideran que las acciones de la maestra estuvieron mal, ¿por qué lo piensan? ¿Es distinto el acoso cibernético al acoso cara a cara? De ser así ¿cuál es la diferencia? ¿Cómo deben manejar los profesores como profesión este tipo de malas conductas de los alumnos? ¿Deben tener una norma o deberían actuar a su criterio?

(Video) Professional Ethics and Responsibilities

Este caso de estudio está basado en "Acoso cibernético", disponible con videos, preguntas de debate y más.

Caso de estudio 2

Un equipo de investigación de un laboratorio reconocido publicó un artículo en una prestigiosa revista académica. El artículo fue considerado un documento innovador que respondió una pregunta importante en un campo científico. Los trabajos producidos en un laboratorio normalmente incluyen a muchas personas del laboratorio como autores, pero el primer autor que se acredita es el principal cientifico responsable por los resultados de la investigación. El primer autor de este artículo era una investigadora postdoctoral, que trabajaba con su supervisor en ese momento. Después de que la investigadora se cambió a otro trabajo, otros investigadores en el mismo laboratorio no lograron repetir los resultados siguiendo exactamente los mismos métodos. El ex-supervisor, sospechando mala práctica cientifica de parte de la investigadora, le solicitó que volviera al laboratorio a repetir sus experimentos y confirmar la autenticidad de los resultados, pero ella se negó. Una investigación institucional sobre el experimento concluyó que no había pruebas concluyentes de que se hubieran alcanzado esos resultados, pero también que no había evidencia concluyente de mala práctica o falsificación. El artículo fue retractado por el laboratorio sin el consentimiento de la investigadora. Esa retractación dañó la carrera y la reputación de la investigadora en la comunidad científica.

Pautas para el ponente

Use las siguientes preguntas para orientar la discusión sobre el caso entre los alumnos: ¿La investigadora tenía la obligación de regresar al laboratorio para repetir los resultados? ¿Por qué o por qué no? La decisión de retractar el articulo se basó en dos factores: la falta de evidencia que corroboren los resultados de la investigadora y que el laboratorio no fue capaz de repetir los resultados. ¿Esos estándares serán los correctos? Supongamos que hay cuatro autores en el documento, incluyendo a la investigadora y el supervisor. ¿Deben el supervisor y los otros autores compartir la responsabilidad por las irregularidades? ¿Y si se cree que es así que razones respaldan esta conclusión?

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Este caso de estudio está basado en "Retracting Research: The Case of Chandok v. Klessig", disponible con videos, preguntas de debate y más.

Caso de estudio3

En 1984, la planta de pesticidas Union Carbide en Bhopal, India, liberó accidentalmente una cantidad muy grande de un gas tóxico. Según la revista The Atlantic, "los gases se concentraron a pocal altura, haciendo arder las gargantas y los ojos de las víctimas, provocando náuseas y muchas muertes", y "los cálculos sobre el número de víctimas varían de 3,800 a 16,000, pero figuras del gobierno actualmente estima que los gases le causaron la muerte a15,000 personas a lo largo de los años" (artículo disponible aquí). Ese catastrófico derrame químico y las muertes, lesiones, daños ambientales y reclamos posteriores han generado muchas opiniones y herramientas de enseñanza, que los ponentes deberían consultar si están pensando usar este estudio de caso. Para ver un resumen y preguntas de discusión relacionadas con la ética para una variedad de profesiones, los ponentes pueden revisar los materiales de los casos disponibles. Los ponentes también pueden consultar el libro Five Past Midnight in Bhopal (2002) de Dominique Lapierre y Javier Moro, traducido del francés por Kathryn Spink (London: Scribner).

Pautas para el ponente

Use las siguientes preguntas para orientar la discusión sobre el caso entre los alumnos. Supongamos que las regulaciones de seguridad que estaban vigentes en la India eran inferiores a las de los Estados Unidos, donde estaba la sede de la empresa matriz, Union Carbide. ¿Es ético aplicar estándares diferentes en la planta de India si los requisitos legales son menores? Supongamos que el gobierno local y nacional de la India tiene obligaciones de mantenimiento que no se lleva a cabo del todo. ¿Qué problemas éticos plantea esto para los empleados de la planta de India y para la empresa matriz con sede en los EE.UU.? ¿Esto libera a Unión Carbide de responsabilidad ética? Supongamos que era bien sabido que no debía vivir gente cerca de la planta, pero que no había viviendas asequibles a una distancia razonable, por lo que se había establecido una gran comunidad de viviendas temporales alrededor de la planta de la India. Y supongamos que no existen normas corporativas o legales que les digan a los empleados de la planta cómo tratar con las personas que viven cerca de la planta. ¿Qué obligaciones éticas tiene la planta con la comunidad circundante? Si la planta necesita una gran fuerza laboral y los adultos de la comunidad circundante necesita el trabajo, ¿cómo debería la planta resolver esta situación? ¿Debería vigilar el área alrededor de la planta o construir viviendas y dar opciones de traslado a los trabajadores?

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Estas preguntas se basan en los materiales de casos disponibles aquí.

Caso de estudio 4

Un profesor que necesitaba financiamiento para su investigación médica sobre las causas y curas de una enfermedad aceptó un gran subsidio de varios años de una compañía farmacéutica. La investigación examinó la eficacia de medicamentos que estaban en el mercado, incluyendo uno producido por la compañía farmacéutica que financio la inverstigacion. Los resultados de la investigación sugirieron que el medicamento producido por la compañía farmacéutica era efectivo, pero la investigación también contenía algunos datos ambiguos sugiriendo que el medicamento producia efectos secundarios negativos en algunos pacientes. Como condición para la beca, el profesor tenía que presentar un borrador preliminar del informe a la compañía farmacéutica. El profesor presentó el informe como se le pidió, y la compañía farmacéutica le respondió por escrito preguntándole si el profesor consideraría borrar los datos ambiguos, ya que podrían afectar negativamente a la compañía farmacéutica y además no eran datos contundentes. El profesor ya había concluido el periódo de financiamiento, y para continuar la investigación necesitaría obtener fondos adicionales, y una fuente obvia de financiamiento sería la compañía farmacéutica.

Pautas para el ponente

Use las siguientes preguntas para orientar la discusión sobre el caso entre los alumnos. ¿Qué objetivos éticos orientan la profesión de un investigador médico? ¿El profesor tiene alguna obligación ética ante los pacientes que podrían experimentar un efecto secundario negativo? Suponiendo que un objetivo ético en la investigación médica es producir una investigación imparcial, ¿qué debería hacer el profesor en esta situación y por qué? ¿Esta situación implica un conflicto de intereses? De ser así, ¿cuál es el o cuales son los conflictos? ¿Puede el profesor ignorar lo que parece ser un conflicto de intereses y simplemente adoptar el principio de que se puede eliminar cualquier dato ambiguo de esta investigación? ¿Debería el profesor haber aceptado el subsidio, sabiendo que la investigación se tenía que entregar a la compañía farmacéutica para que la revisara? Para continuar investigando, lo cual parecería un beneficio para la sociedad, ¿podría el profesor eliminar los datos ambiguos del informe actual y luego tratar de investigarlos más a fondo en la próxima ronda de investigación?

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El ponente puede señalar que la Convención de las Naciones Unidas contra la Corrupción recomienda la prevención de conflictos de intereses como un medio para aumentar la integridad en el sector público y el privado. Para ver una definición y un repaso del concepto de conflicto de intereses, los ponentes pueden ver las páginas xiii-xviii de la publicación del Banco Asiático de Desarrollo Managing Conflict of Interest (2007). Para ver un repaso extenso de conflictos de interés en la investigación médica, los profesores pueden consultar la publicación de la Academia Nacional de Ciencias de los Estados Unidos sobre Conflictos de intereses en la investigación médica, educación y práctica (2009). Para obtener más recursos generales sobre bioética, los ponentes pueden consultar el Programa de base de estudios sobre bioética de UNESCO.

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FAQs

How do you answer a case study question in ethics? ›

How should I answer a case study in ethics?
  1. In Ethics answer, aspirants should have concrete framework ready while answering gives a sense of flow, coherence, and structure to your case study. ...
  2. Aspirants should write briefly in a line or two the entire gamut of case study and should capture the entire case study.
4 Dec 2021

What are the issues of integrity ethics and law posed in the case study 10 marks? ›

Some of the issues raised by this case study include the factors and decisions that led to the current situation, such as worker loyalty caused by scarce employment and the power the company holds over the town; whether the company is acting consistently with its reputation as a good corporate citizen and whether not ...

Is it necessary to study ethics in college Defend your answer and supply an example? ›

The study of ethics helps a person to look at his own life critically and to evaluate his actions/choices/decisions.It assists a person in knowing what he/she really is and what is best for him/her and what he/she has to do in order to attain it. study of moral philosophy can help us to think better about morality.

How do you score good marks in ethics? ›

General Guidelines for Preparation of Ethics Paper
  1. Know the syllabus - Syllabus of Ethics is your most important book and keywords list in itself. ...
  2. Read limited books. ...
  3. Notes help in keeping keywords together in concise form. ...
  4. See all previous year papers. ...
  5. Reading is not as important as answer writing is for Ethics.
13 Sept 2018

How do I prepare for GS 4? ›

How to prepare for GS IV Ethics in UPSC
  1. Start early. ...
  2. Prepare a list of keywords (objectivity, values, moral turpitude, etc.) ...
  3. The keyword list is the foundation of preparation. ...
  4. Go through the must-read topics mentioned above.
  5. Refer to the past UPSC question papers and solve the case study questions.

What are examples of integrity? ›

Examples of everyday integrity
  • Refrain from sharing secrets and confidential information with others.
  • Remain honest with your partner.
  • Avoid gossiping about other people.
  • Follow through on promises you make.
  • Return found items without an expectation of receiving a reward.
  • Admit when you are wrong.

What are the issue of integrity? ›

A person of integrity will consistently demonstrate good character by being free of corruption and hypocrisy. Integrity is revealed when people act virtuously regardless of circumstance or consequences. This often requires moral courage. Indeed, integrity is the critical connection between ethics and moral action.

What are some examples of case studies? ›

Types of Case Studies

Researchers might study a group of people in a certain setting or look at an entire community. For example, psychologists might explore how access to resources in a community has affected the collective mental well-being of those living there.

What is ethics in your own words? ›

First, ethics refers to well-founded standards of right and wrong that prescribe what humans ought to do, usually in terms of rights, obligations, benefits to society, fairness, or specific virtues.

What is ethics in your own words essay? ›

Essay on Ethics – Ethics refers to the concepts of right and wrong conduct. Furthermore, ethics is basically a branch of philosophy dealing with the issue of morality. Moreover, ethics consist of the rules of behavior. It certainly defines how a person should behave in specific situations.

What is the importance of ethics as a student essay? ›

Being ethical will help you to be confident and assertive. It is essential to have a comprehensive understanding of ethics to help other people who are in trouble. It is essential to understand which acts are morally dishonest so that you can lead a better life.

What are the 7 principle of ethics? ›

The principles are beneficence, non-maleficence, autonomy, justice; truth-telling and promise-keeping.

How many case studies are in ethics? ›

More than 50 case studies match ethics concepts to real world situations. From journalism to performing arts to foreign policy to scientific research to social work, these cases explore a range of current and historic ethical dilemmas, their motivating biases, and their consequences.

What are some examples of ethical dilemmas? ›

Some examples of ethical dilemma include: Taking credit for others' work. Offering a client a worse product for your own profit. Utilizing inside knowledge for your own profit.

Is it easy to score in ethics? ›

GS paper IV of UPSC Mains, titled Ethics, Integrity, and Aptitude, is an easy yet tricky paper that aspirants write. Easy because this subject has less syllabus as compared to other subjects. Tricky, as there is no good book thoroughly explaining the basics of the subject.

Who scored highest marks in ethics? ›

(Getting Started) Simi Kiran On How She Scored 148 In Ethics Paper AIR-31. Simi Kiran from the steel city of Balasore, Odisha, secured the coveted all-India rank of 31 in the UPSC Civil Services examination 2019.

How do you write an answer to an ethics paper? ›

If the question pertains to a specific ethical value, you must introduce the answer with a crisp definition, followed by an example. The definition can be a personal one, reflecting what it means to you. Integrity means being honest and doing the right thing even when nobody is watching you.

Which book is best for GS 4 paper? ›

Ethics Books for UPSC
  1. Ethics, Integrity & Aptitude – G Subba Rao & P N Roy Chowdhury. ...
  2. Lexicon for Ethics, Integrity & Aptitude for IAS General Studies Paper IV – Niraj Kumar. ...
  3. Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude – Santosh Ajmera & Nanda Kishore Reddy. ...
  4. Ethics, Integrity and Aptitude – M Karthikeyan.

Is laxmikant enough for GS Paper 2? ›

For preparing the GS Paper -2 for the UPSC Exam M Laxmikant is essential but not sufficient. The book is basically factual in nature and does not deal with some of the important concepts.

How many questions are there in GS 4? ›

QUESTION PAPER SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS

There are FOURTEEN questions divided in two Sections and printed both in HINDI and in ENGLISH. All questions are compulsory. The number of marks carried by a question/part is indicated against it.

What are the 5 characteristics of integrity? ›

The magnificent seven aspects of integrity
  • Honesty. This means telling the truth, being open, not taking advantage of others. ...
  • Respect. ...
  • Generating trust. ...
  • Pride. ...
  • Responsibility. ...
  • Keeping promises. ...
  • Helping others.
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What is importance of integrity? ›

Having integrity means that you live in accordance to your deepest values, you're honest with everyone, and you always keep your word. Integrity is a highly valued trait, especially in leaders. When you live with integrity, you're more likely to be considered for important promotions and leadership positions.

What is the real meaning of integrity? ›

1 : firm adherence to a code of especially moral or artistic values : incorruptibility. 2 : an unimpaired condition : soundness. 3 : the quality or state of being complete or undivided : completeness.

What is a person without integrity? ›

Integrity is usually defined as doing the right thing when no one is watching. A person who lacks integrity will make decisions based on how it will make them look rather than how it will benefit others.

What is a person with integrity called? ›

In common usage, integrity is much more common than its adjectival form, integrous. Most speakers and writers opt for an etymologically unrelated synonym — such as honest, decent, or virtuous — when trying to express the adjectival complement of integrity in its moral and ethical sense.

Is integrity a value or principle? ›

A person with integrity demonstrates sound moral and ethical principles and does the right thing, no matter who's watching. Integrity is the foundation on which coworkers build relationships and trust, and it is one of the fundamental values that employers seek in the employees that they hire.

What are the 4 types of case studies? ›

What Are The Types Of Case Study?
  • Illustrative Case Study.
  • Exploratory Case Study.
  • Cumulative Case study.
  • Critical Instance Case Study.
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What are the 4 most important parts of case study? ›

4 Parts of an Effective Case Study
  • Ditch the norm. You've seen that tired, old case study template a million times: ...
  • Show the cost of inertia. A more useful approach is to spell out how much not solving their problem could eventually cost. ...
  • Prove your value. ...
  • Create a more effective format.
18 Mar 2016

Why ethics is important in our life? ›

Ethics is what guides us to tell the truth, keep our promises, or help someone in need. There is a framework of ethics underlying our lives on a daily basis, helping us make decisions that create positive impacts and steering us away from unjust outcomes.

Are ethics important? ›

We need to be ethical because it defines who we are individually and as a society. These are norms of behavior that everyone should follow. Our society might fall into chaos if we accept that each of us could pick and choose what the right thing to do is.

What are the 3 types of ethics? ›

There are generally three philosophical approaches, or what may be considered the science, to ethical reasoning: utilitarian ethics. deontological ethics. virtue ethics.

What are some examples of ethics in daily life? ›

The following are examples of a few of the most common personal ethics shared by many professionals:
  • Honesty. Many people view honesty as an important ethic. ...
  • Loyalty. Loyalty is another common personal ethic that many professionals share. ...
  • Integrity. ...
  • Respect. ...
  • Selflessness. ...
  • Responsibility.
29 Jun 2021

Can we apply ethics in our daily life? ›

Ethics teaches us what we ought to do, not what we do. We ought to treat others with kindness, compassion, respect, and so on. In other words, an ethical person practices applying virtues, our character traits, in making everyday decisions.

What are the 4 branches of ethics? ›

Four Branches of Ethics
  • Descriptive Ethics.
  • Normative Ethics.
  • Meta Ethics.
  • Applied Ethics.
25 Mar 2015

What are some examples of ethics in school? ›

Hinman points to the importance of teachers respecting students. Don't treat a child with disrespect or disdain. Don't crush a child's spirit.
...
Ethics in the Classroom: What You Need to Know
  • Do no harm.
  • Make things better.
  • Respect others.
  • Be fair.
  • Be loving.
18 Dec 2017

What are the five code of ethics? ›

It is divided into three sections, and is underpinned by the five fundamental principles of Integrity, Objectivity, Professional competence and due care, Confidentiality, and Professional behaviour.

What are the 5 moral principles? ›

Moral Principles

The five principles, autonomy, justice, beneficence, nonmaleficence, and fidelity are each absolute truths in and of themselves. By exploring the dilemma in regards to these principles one may come to a better understanding of the conflicting issues.

What defines a case study? ›

a case study can be defined as an intensive study about a person, a group of people or a unit, which is aimed to generalize over several units'.1 A case study has also been described as an intensive, systematic investigation of a single individual, group, community or some other unit in which the researcher examines in ...

What questions do you want to be answered in your case study? ›

Case Study Questions to Ask the Client
  • Can you give a brief description of your company? ...
  • How did you first hear about our service? ...
  • What challenges/problems necessitated a change? ...
  • What trends in your industry drove the need to use our product?
  • What were you looking for in a solution?
17 Mar 2017

What is an ethical case? ›

Definition: Ethical issues in business is a situation where a moral conflict arises and must be addressed. In other words, it is an occasion where a moral standard is questioned.

What is a moral decision example? ›

A good example of this would be the Christian commandment, 'thou shalt not kill. ' A person who believes in absolute morality would believe this to be true in all situations, even in the case of war.

What is an example of an ethical decision? ›

Ethical behavior suggests someone is honest and forthright in communications whether written or oral. A salesperson explaining potential problems with a product is being honest. A customer service representative taking responsibility for failing to follow through with a service action is making an ethical decision.

What are moral issues examples? ›

ETHICAL AND SOCIAL ISSUES
  • Privacy and Confidentiality. Privacy has many dimensions. ...
  • Socially Vulnerable Populations. ...
  • Health Insurance Discrimination. ...
  • Employment Discrimination. ...
  • Individual Responsibility. ...
  • Race and Ethnicity. ...
  • Implementation Issues.

What are the ethical issues surrounding gene therapy? ›

The ethical questions surrounding gene therapy and genome editing include: How can “good” and “bad” uses of these technologies be distinguished? Who decides which traits are normal and which constitute a disability or disorder? Will the high costs of gene therapy make it available only to the wealthy?

What is law and ethics? ›

Meaning. The law refers to a systematic body of rules that governs the whole society and the actions of its individual members. Ethics is a branch of moral philosophy that guides people about the basic human conduct.

What possible ethical and moral issues may arise from facilitating the gene therapy Brainly? ›

Ethical questions surrounding gene therapy include: (1) How to distinguish between "good" and "bad" uses of gene therapy? (2) Who does decide which traits are normal and which are disabilities or handicaps? (3) Would the high cost of gene therapy make it available only to the rich? (4) Will the widespread use of gene ...

Why are ethical issues important in psychology? ›

Ethics are a key part of psychological investigation, as researchers have the responsibility to ensure that their practice is morally correct; ill practice could lead to banning from further practice as a psychologist.

What are the risks of gene therapy? ›

Genetic therapies hold promise to treat many diseases, but they are still new approaches to treatment and may have risks. Potential risks could include certain types of cancer, allergic reactions, or damage to organs or tissues if an injection is involved. Recent advances have made genetic therapies much safer.

What are various ethical issues related to manipulation of living organisms? ›

The genetically modified organisms introduced into the ecosystem could have unpredictable results. Claiming the patent rights is another problem that has cropped up for the genetically modified organisms which are created for meeting food and medicinal requirements.

Why are people against gene therapy? ›

Arguments Against Gene Therapy

Three arguments sometimes raised against gene therapy are that it is technically too dangerous, that it discriminates or invites discrimination against persons with disabilities, and that it may be becoming increasingly irrelevant in some cases.

What is the origin of ethics? ›

The word "ethics" is derived from the Greek word ethos (character), and from the Latin word mores (customs). Together, they combine to define how individuals choose to interact with one another.

What are example of ethics? ›

Ethics, for example, refers to those standards that impose the reasonable obligations to refrain from rape, stealing, murder, assault, slander, and fraud. Ethical standards also include those that enjoin virtues of honesty, compassion, and loyalty.

Are all rules ethical? ›

Not all laws may be ethical and not all ethical decisions are legal! Healthcare professionals may sometimes face a dilemma in balancing the two domains of ethics and law. Ethics is the aspect of philosophy that addresses questions about human conduct.

What do you think are the most serious ethical issues that must be dealt with before embryonic stem cell therapy is used on a large scale? ›

Current ethical controversies regarding stem cell-based therapy are focused on the unlimited differentiation potential of iPSCs which can be used in human cloning, as a risk for generation of human embryos and human-animal chimeras.

What is one ethical issue that could arise from the use of stem cells? ›

Table 1
Phase of researchEthical issues
1. Payment to oocyte donors
2. Medical risks of oocyte retrieval
3. Protecting reproductive interests of women in infertility treatment
Use of stem cell lines derived at another institutionConflicting legal and ethical standards
5 more rows

What are some important safety and ethical issues raised by this use of recombinant? ›

Safety issues in recombinant DNA technology include: “Gene pollution” of the environment resulting in “superweeds,” antibiotic-resistant microbes. Health effects of foods from GMOs. Allergenicity/adverse immune reactions/effectiveness of pharmaceutical compounds produced using rDNA technology.

Why is ethical important? ›

Ethics is what guides us to tell the truth, keep our promises, or help someone in need. There is a framework of ethics underlying our lives on a daily basis, helping us make decisions that create positive impacts and steering us away from unjust outcomes.

What is an ethical behaviour? ›

Ethical behaviour is characterized by honesty, fairness and equity in interpersonal, professional and academic relationships and in research and scholarly activities. Ethical behaviour respects the dignity, diversity and rights of individuals and groups of people.

What is the meaning of ethical issues? ›

Ethical issues are defined as situations that occur as a result of a moral conflict that must be addressed. Thus, ethical issues tend to interfere with a society's principles.

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