Essay On Negative & Positive Effects Of Ethical Consideration

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Table of contentsIntroduction................................................................................................................................3Understanding values.................................................................................................................3Conclusion..................................................................................................................................6References..................................................................................................................................72
IntroductionEthical standards are considered to be standards belonging to our environment which areacceptable to almost all the people. Usually, ethical standards are considered to be the matterof ‘good’ that is accepted by the majority of the people and do not contain any constraints ofrules as well as regulations. Thinking ethically would involve intricacy of the process todevelop ethical standards in order to consider impacts of actions performed by one oninstitutions or the individuals which are being served. The essay would certainly discussabout the positive as well as negative effects of ethical considerations at any organisationwhere the significance of core values and diversity is sincerely discussed.Understanding valuesIn words of Efendiev, et al. (2016, p.53), through the study about ethics, it might beunderstood that values denote degree of significance relating to something or some actionalong with the goal or objective of determining the nature of actions that seem to be the bestto survive and to describe the importance of several actions. Values are supposed to deal withgood life as well as right conduct in the context of high valuable action that might beregarded as ‘good’ in an ethical way. On the other hand, some actions might be considered tobe ‘bad’ in the context of ethics. In the opinions provided by Amernic and Craig (2013,p.393), values are eventually defined as wide preferences which are concerned with propercourses of outcomes or actions. They are acquired by reflecting the sense of doing ‘right’ or‘wrong’ in an individual. Values ought to influence the behaviour and attitudes of the humanbeings. Values are acquired differently with different prospects. For instance, family valuesare acquired by the learning received from one’s family, professional values determine theway of conduct and behaviour at a workplace while personal values relate to maintaincultural as well as social values. In the observations of Cech (2014, p.71), primary as well as secondary socialisation are theways through which values could be learnt. Primary socialisation could be regarded as initialsocialisation that implies the reactions of a child and the way he or she behaves or talk withina society considering the medium as family members. As per the suggestions of Hookway(2015, p.283), secondary socialisation could be defined as the type of socialisation whichoccurs at the period or duration of school years or the adolescent years. It usually happensthrough non-family influence and both the categories of specialisation are significant in its3

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