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Ethics and manners

  1. 1. Ethics and Manners<br />
  2. 2. What are ethics?<br />Ethics are when a person decides what is right, wrong, good or bad. Then they choose what to do in a situation. <br />Ethics are similar to morals: people’s ideas about what is good or bad. <br />
  3. 3. Different Kinds of Ethics<br />Ethics are important in many ways because they are a big part of human life and the world. <br />Ethics help people make good decisions at work and in life. <br />Business Ethics<br />Environmental Ethics<br />Medical Ethics<br />Work Ethic<br />Animal Ethics<br />
  4. 4. Business Ethics<br />Business ethics is how a business works every day in the world. <br />A lot of business ethics is about money. <br />Big corporations may pay a lot of money to bosses and not much to lower workers. <br />
  5. 5. Environmental Ethics<br />Environmental ethics are concerned about the world we live in and the environment. <br />For example: cutting down forests, energy efficient vehicles, oil drilling, etc. <br />Environmental ethics are very important as humans continue to use the world’s natural resources too quickly. <br />
  6. 6. Medical Ethics<br />Medical ethics is how medical professionals (doctors, nurses, psychologists, etc.) decide what is right or wrong for their patients. <br />The Hippocratic Oath. <br />
  7. 7. Work Ethic<br />Work ethic is the most famous type of ethic. <br />A person with a “good” work ethic: works hard, keeps trying, is not lazy, and thinks hard work is good for you. <br />
  8. 8. Animal Ethics<br />Popular as “animal rights.”<br />Animal ethics means animals should be treated as good as people. <br />Many people think animals should not be used for food, clothing, entertainment or research subjects. <br />
  9. 9. What are manners? <br />Manners are how people are supposed to behave. <br />Good manners mean you are proper, polite and refined. <br />Manners are similar to laws but there is no punishment for bad manners other than people may disapprove of you. <br />
  10. 10. Manners change over time. What used to be considered “good manners” may be happen today. <br />Also, manners are different depending on where you live in the world. <br />
  11. 11. One popular type of manners is “table manners.”<br />This means how you eat meals at home or in a restaurant. <br />Table manners are very different depending on where you live. <br />
  12. 12. What are some examples of ethics in our book? <br />What are some examples of manners in our book? <br />What are some examples of manners in Korea?<br />How are some countries different? <br />What manners and ethics do you think are important? <br />