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Mateo, Alberto Nel R.

Balonso John Justine


ITETHIC O0B

Codes inspire the members of a profession toDirectives included in many codes tend to be
behave ethically. too general and too vague.
Codes guide the members of a profession inCodes are not always helpful when two or
ethical choices. more directives conflict.
Codes educate the members of a professionA professional code’s directives are never
about their professional obligations. complete or exhaustive.
Codes discipline members when they violateCodes are ineffective (have no “teeth”) in
one or more of the code’s directives. disciplinary matters.
Codes “sensitize” members of a profession toCodes do not help us distinguish between
ethical issues and alert them to ethical aspectsmicro-ethics issues and macro-ethics issues.
they otherwise might overlook.
Codes inform the public about the nature andDirectives in codes are sometimes inconsistent
roles of the profession. with one another.
Codes enhance the profession in the eyes ofCodes can be self-serving for the profession.
the public.

 1.1 Contribute to society and human well-being.


S7 Codes enhance the profession in the eyes of the public.
W3 a professional code’s directives are never complete or exhaustive.
W2 Codes are not always helpful when two or more directives conflict.
 1.2 Avoid harm to others.
W4 Codes are ineffective (have no “teeth”) in disciplinary matters.
S1 Codes inspire the members of a profession to behave ethically.
 1.3 Be honest and trustworthy.
S2 Codes guide the members of a profession in ethical choices.
S1 Codes inspire the members of a profession to behave ethically.
 1.4 Be fair and take action not to discriminate.
S1 Codes inspire the members of a profession to behave ethically.
S3 Codes educate the members of a profession about their professional
obligations.
 1.5 Honor property rights including copyrights and patent.
S2 Codes guide the members of a profession in ethical choices.
S3 Codes educate the members of a profession about their professional
obligations.
 1.6 Give proper credit for intellectual property.
S1 Codes inspire the members of a profession to behave ethically.
S3 Codes educate the members of a profession about their professional
obligations.
 1.7 Respect the privacy of others.
S1 Codes inspire the members of a profession to behave ethically.
S3 Codes educate the members of a profession about their professional
obligations.
 1.8 Honor confidentiality.
S1 Codes inspire the members of a profession to behave ethically.
S3 Codes educate the members of a profession about their professional
obligations.