1.0- JOHN STEINER AND GEORGE STEINER SIX PRIMARY SOURCES OF ETHICS: 6
1- Religion: 6
2- Genetic Inheritance: 8
3- Philosophical Systems: 8
4- Cultural Experience: 8
5- The Legal System: 9
6- Codes of Conduct: 9
2.0- EXPLANATION OF THE SOURCES OF ETHICS: 10
2.1- RELIGION: 10
Teaching business ethics 12
2.11- Impact Of Religiosity: 13
2.12- Ethics Of Islam: 14
Nature of Islamic Ethics 17
The Human-Environment Relationship: 20
The Sustainable Care of Nature: 22
The Practice of Islamic Environmental Ethics: 22
2.14- Ethics And Other Religion: 25
2.2- GENETIC INHERITANCE: 31
2.21- LINKAGE OF GENETICS AND ETHICS: 32
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• Company codes, ordinarily brief and highly generalized, express broad expectations about fit conduct.
• Second, company operating policies often contain an ethical dimension. Express policies as to gifts, customer complaints, hiring, and other decisions serve as a guide to conduct and as a shield by which 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:
The role that religiosity plays in affecting ethical attitudes is well documented. Both in area specific studies, including student cheating (Allmon et al., 2000; Barnett et al., 1996), insider trading (Terpstra et al., 1993), environmentalism (Wolkomir et al., 1997), and in broader studies (Siu et al., 2000; Smith and kley, 1996; and Miesing and Preble, 1985), the degree of religiosity is generally associated with higher ethical attitudes.
In attempting to explain why religion may affect moral attitudes, researchers ave turned to Kohlberg’s (1981) stage development theory as a basis. Even though he argues strongly that