Reflect Icon Reflect: Take a deeper look at your own life and determine which experiences have inspired ethical and moral reasoning. Were there any huge influences in this process?
Explain what it means to be ethical as it relates to personal, academic, and professional growth.
Provide at least one ethical dilemma you have encountered and describe how the issue was resolved.
Describe how your general education courses influenced your ethical values.
Explain why a college-educated person might have different duties to society than someone not as educated.
Support your claims with examples from required material(s) and/or other scholarly sources, and properly cite any references.
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To be ethical fundamentally requires, I think, a willingness to step back and consider not just one’s actions but one’s thoughts as well. This is far easier said than done, of course, especially in situations where emotions are running high and we find ourselves insufficiently able to exercise the sort of control required to think about what we are saying and doing. However, as far as...