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in accordance with principles of right or good conduct

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conforming to accepted standards of social or professional behavior

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adhering to ethical and moral principles

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It is important to recognize that the use of a DSS will probably influence the ethicality of the decision made, regardless of the presence or absence of an ethical decision model in the DSS.
The report strikes an elegant balance, clarifying what have been ethical gray areas while still facilitating and encouraging housing-related health hazard research designed to improve the lives of the most vulnerable children and families.
Second, for many years, SRTPs have been cited in texts, treatises and the courts as evidence of ethical conduct in tax practice by CPAs.
He went on to write a book, Beyond Fair Chase: The Ethics and Tradition of Hunting, which has become, to some, the bible of ethical hunting.
To measure the effect of the IMA Standards of Ethical Conduct, respondents were asked to rate the importance of each of the 15 specific rules it contains as guiding principles in their work.
We have yet to develop a contemporary Islamic social philosophy that would address this societal and ethical dimension of science.
He cautioned, however, that Catholic politicians "cannot subscribe" to any value that embraces "moral relativism" by denying the "non-negotiable" ethical principles espoused by the Vatican document.
This commitment has created a valuable payoff for employers, because being an advocate of the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter designation means standing behind high ethical standards.
The Capstone course, Ethical Environment of the Accounting Profession, will help students better understand the choices accountants have to make today.
This is a distinct departure from the ethical arguments of "substantive rationality" that only "portray individuals in the context of larger social groups or are not concerned with individuals except insofar as they are members of larger groups" (20).
Whether researchers, who have an ethical obligation to maintain confidentiality, must report child abuse has been a subject of debate.
Such questions lead officers to ponder their moral duties and obligations, known generally as ethical considerations, as they relate to the law enforcement profession.
But is it ethical to set up a clinical trial in which some people with MS will receive an inactive substance, a placebo, instead of one of the disease-modifying drugs known to slow the effects of MS?
This article makes the claim that student reticence has a vital ethical dimension to it and that there is an individual, teacher, classmate, and administrative obligation to reduce or eliminate such reticence for the benefit of all involved in the education arena.
SURVIVING AS A SMALL ETHICAL BUSINESS IN TODAY'S MARKETPLACE