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Ethical reflection and decision making: A three step process

Submitted by Oyiela Litaba on Wed,12/09/2012
Long title
Ethical reflection and decision making: A three step process (As suggested by Parker and Evans, Inside Lawyers Ethics – Chapter 1)
Teacher(s)/ Author(s)
Litaba, Oyiela
Teacher(s)'/ Author(s)' contact information
Oyiela Litaba
Monash University
Year
2012
Country
Australia
Three Steps in Ethical Reasoning:
1) Awareness of ethical issues
2) Application of ethical standards or principles
3) Practical implementation
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