Promote the Values and Ethos of Public Service

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Promote the values and ethos ofpublic service
Table of Contents1. Ethics and their function in modern Australian society...............................................................32. Deontology and consequentialism are two of the major theories of ethics.................................3A) The ideas and influential philosophers associated with Deontology.....................................3B) The ideas and influential philosophers associated with Consequentialism...........................33. Theory of ethics applied to do apprehend the elderly man..........................................................44. Theory of ethics applied to do not apprehend the elderly man....................................................45. Not apprehended the elderly man................................................................................................46. The Public Sector Ethics Act 1994 and the Code of Conduct for the Queensland PublicService..............................................................................................................................................5REFERENCES................................................................................................................................7
1. Ethics and their function in modern Australian societyEthics-The ethics are the moral principles and basic manners inherit in the person's behaviourwhich defends a person between wrong and right concept while conducting an activity orperforming a task.Function of ethics in modern Australian societyGender Equality-Gender Equality plays a crucial role in Australian business. EqualityEthics are treating women professionals with respect as equals regardless of their socialstanding.Corporate structure-Australian professionals focus on egalitarianism and individualitystrongly influences corporate structure and hierarchy of their organisation.Negotiations -Informal meeting or an intense negotiation, Australian society businesspeople place company policy above all.Professionals of Australia are expected to settheir feelings aside the organisation and have to pay focus on company rules.Privacy and relationships-Australian people draw a clear line between their personallives and professional lives and expect from others to do the same.2. Deontology and consequentialism are two of the major theories of ethicsA) The ideas and influential philosophers associated withDeontology.Deontological theories judge the morality of the choices. Deontologicalare normativetheories. They do not assume any particular position on moral ontology or on moral philosophy.Presumptively, a deontologist can be a moral realist of either the natural moral properties or non-natural moral properties (Parsons, 2016).Deontologist theory typically supplement non-consequentialist obligations with non-consequentialist permissions.B) The ideas and influential philosophers associated withConsequentialism.Consequentialism theory is the class of normative ethical theories. The consequentialismholds the consequences of one's conduct are the ultimate basis for other judgement about therightness or wrongness of that conduct. From a consequentialist standpoint, a morally right act isthe one that will produce a good outcome or a negative consequence.
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