Engaging the Ethics of Other People
When we are confronted with the actions or positions of other people, we are obliged to ask, “How is my ethical position or stance similar to or different from others’?” Then, we are usually face-d with the questions “Will my actions have the intende-d consequences?” and “What are the possible unintende-d consequences that might result from my actions?”
To complete this discussion, draw on the Becoming an Ethical Helping Professional text, where the authors consider ethical theories and philosophies from the Western European and non-Western European perspectives, such as Confucianism, Islam, African ethical systems and American Indian ethics.
Discuss the possible challenges a human services professional may encounter when engaging an employee or client who practices different ethical standards from his or her own.
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