Ethical Dilemma

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Ethical Dilemma

A difficulty in which one is presented with two equally good (or equally bad) options and the correct decision is not immediately apparent. For example, the manager of a company may be put in a position in which she must choose between the interests of her employees and her investors.
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She covers ethical theory, philosophical foundations, our reasoning flaws, and types of ethical dilemmas; solving ethical dilemmas and personal introspection; business, stakeholders, social responsibility, and sustainability; ethics and company culture; ethics and contracts; ethics in international business; ethics, business operations, and rights; ethics and products; and ethics and competition.
The report's findings highlight the ethical dilemmas millions of people face as they make everyday decisions when they enter new social circles.
Conclusion: The students paid attention to consider ethical principles when making decisions about ethical dilemmas; however, they are also affected by environmental factors as well.
Doctors often face with ethical dilemmas related to providing care that maintains patients' dignity while attending their advanced medical treatment.
Some of the experts who participated in the seminar on legal and ethical dilemmas in medicine.
We want our students to be able to recognise different ethical dilemmas and to think logically about the possible solutions.
Nursing students participate in EGR-flexible ethical laboratories, where they take stands on ethical dilemmas, arguing for--or against--an ethical principle.
What is that the mangers draw from while taking a decision in the face of ethical dilemmas? This study investigates in to the ethical theories relied on by Indian managers when faced with ethical dilemmas in business settings.
This research aims to provide some of the necessary data acquisition for triage, disaster ethics, and legal issues of medical care in future disasters that are developing a suggestion for problem solving in ethical dilemmas.
The number one lesson (and perhaps the most fundamental) is to begin solving ethical dilemmas that arise in the field by first grounding ethical dilemmas within the profession's published ethical guidelines.
However, whether we realize it or not, many decisions that confront dental assistants are truly ethical dilemmas. The choices we make in response to these dilemmas serve to determine the moral character of the dental assistant.
A focus on digital media ethics involves the vexing question of whether ethical dilemmas in the digital realm replicate those from more traditional media, include new extensions to familiar issues, or involve completely new ethical concerns.