Consequentialist utilitarianism is applied when it comes to public health. It is about making decisions for the greatest good for the greatest number, which is the population. For example, CDC is pushing for the vaccination and immunization of the vulnerable population, especially children, to prevent diseases. On the other hand, self-determination cry of the parents is against this effort because of the belief that vaccination and immunization cause negative outcomes to the health of the child. CDC and utilitarianism proponents have ask not only parents but also the population to think of the impact or consequences of their actions in the
employee can protect against unethical advances from those outside the firm.
• Third, may professional and industry associations have developed codes of ethics, such as the Affirmative Ethical Principles of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. In sum, codes of conduct seem to be a growing expression of the business community's sincere concern about ethics. However, the utility of such codes remains unsettled.
2.0- EXPLANATION OF THE SOURCES OF ETHICS:…