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    Ethics is defined as “a body of moral principles or values” (Saskatchewan Polytechnic, 2016). It provides direction in terms of distinguishing right behaviours from the wrong ones. Code of ethics is important in businesses or organizations because it acts as a tool to achieve the desirable results and to succeed while holding its members accountable. I have witnessed firsthand the importance of code of ethics in the disability services sector as I worked in its field, and it can impact…

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    always told me to be honest, when it comes to individuals. My second moral value is trustworthy. I believe that being trustworthy is earned from experience. When growing you I have had people close to me be hurt by individuals that were not trustworthy. My third value is family. I believe that individuals come and go but I know that I will always have my family no matter what. To help me and encourage me to my goals. My last value is happiness. When growing up, I have always been told to do what…

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    more independent and strong. I’ve learned that I can be a strong, independent, educated women without help from anyone else. I have been exposed to the culture my family grew up with, while living in a different American culture that had different values. This caused some confusion and I had to develop my own views that were independent from my family. I would be able to relate this issue to my ethnically diverse friends who understood the battle of juggling two different cultures. Every…

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    Ethics and morality is something that has been discussed among humans for as long as we have been on this planet. People everywhere have a set of moral codes or guidelines they follow on a daily basis. Often though, these same people may not even be aware of this phenomenon. I myself was not fully familiar with all the thought and work that surrounds ethics until this quarter. I knew that as humans we had to have some kind of moral guide to turn to when it came to making decisions, but that was…

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    morally-affective, positive and inclusive learning environment, where they can be fostered and encouraged to freely and actively explore, discover, learn and construct their knowledge, reasonings and skill sets. This goal aligns with the Melbourne Declaration values and its ensuing educational goals for all young Australians and the AITSL standard (ACARA, 2012; AITSL, 2016). My…

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    Values are important in the makeup of a person because they are what guides and determines how a person lives. One may not have very many, but if one would try to explore their values, they will most likely find at least one. Whether it’s a big value such as valuing the importance of only having relations when one gets married, or as small as saying thank you. Point being everyone has something they value. As Levitt and Moorhead say, values not only come up in the counseling relationship but…

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    Perspectives. Always shifting. Always changing. Our world is full of differing perspectives. Whether it be political, religious, ethical, economical, or, perhaps, perspectives of others and themselves. In particular, we feel shifting perspectives towards belonging. Belonging is like almost a stream of acceptance and self-worth which can flow freely, or be frozen by the icy cold of alterity. We feel belonging or we feel we are different, or altered, because the actions of those around us reflect…

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    Griffen Leininger 14260336 Culture relativism is a great idea that many believe come with consequence but those consequences are not that critical. Culture relativism in a brief definition is that moral codes are based on individual societies. You can compare different cultures to see how this can be true along with exploring the consequences that come along with it. Culture Relativism is an idea that few believe to be correct and true to live by. When defining culture relativism there…

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    awareness. I am of the view that diversity is knowledge. Diversity teaches different things about why people act a certain way, or do certain things. Being culturally aware in this regards, will provide the opportunity to consider different personal values, backgrounds, beliefs and upbringings that shape society. Learning about other cultures helps us relate to one another, and understand different perspectives. As a part of this program, I will be able to increase my knowledge regarding other…

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    environment creates a person’s values through a complex evolution of culture, interactions with others, life experiences and world views. As we grow and develop, life forms our values through a lifetime’s worth of experiences. As a counseling student, counselors shouldn’t force their values onto others. When working clients, you have to allow them to make their own decisions. As stated in the Ethical Code of Standards A., “counselors must be aware of their own values, attitudes, beliefs and…

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