Ethics: Doing the Right Thing

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Capstone, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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An ethic is a standard of proper, moral behavior, or behavior that follows a standard of right and wrong. Included is a discussion of how to develop a code of ethics, how friends, family, and others can influence ethics, and how ethics affect the community. Each of the six chapters has an overview with thought provoking statements. A unique section, "Celebrating Ethical Behavior," recounts the ethical behavior of people who have come under fire and holidays that celebrate ethical actions. This book is about making decisions that support beliefs and values and gives suggestions for how to put ethics into action.
  

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"From the day you are born, you're under construction and your personality develops." Ethics is a good book for grade level four-sixth as written in the inside cover. Ethics talks about debatable ... Read full review

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Robert Wandberg is a Capstone Press author.

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