April 20, 2013
Eth & Legal Iss in Professions
Ethical dilemmas or moral dilemmas are certain situations where there are two decisions to be made, neither which fairly resolves the situation in an ethically acceptable fashion. In some cases, the society and the personal ethical guidelines can provide us with no satisfactory outcome from the chooser. When put in these ethical dilemmas it’s assumed that the chooser will abide by the norm, such as codes of the law or religious teachings. But in the real world, it’s nearly impossible to do that at all times. Each dilemma must be handled differently. Sometimes it might be easier than others, which may make it a bit ...view middle of the document...
Basically, making whatever decision that brings out the most good for the majority. That’s the tough apart of dealing with ethics in a profession. On the personal side you would do whatever it takes to make sure that your daughter gets the surgery. That’s the tricky part with ethical dilemmas in professions because you have to always consider the codes of law or a religious teaching. According to the American Medical Association, “Physicians generally should not treat themselves or members of their immediate families. Professional objectivity may be compromised when an immediate family member or the physician is the patient; the physician’s personal feelings may unduly influence his or her professional medical judgment, thereby interfering with the care being delivered.” So right there means as the doctor he automatically has to remove his daughter from the running. Just like I stated earlier, ethical guidelines can provide the chooser with no satisfactory outcome. That’s exactly the case right here with this family.
For my future profession, I would love to be a graphic designer. I am along that path right now to fulfill those wishes too. Even as a graphic designer you will stumble across your share of ethical dilemmas to face. For example, you will encounter numerous of people from all different walks of life with various views. With that being said it’s not always guaranteed that the designer will fully agree with the particular company or individual wishes or advertisement. That raises the question of right or wrong, an ethical dilemma, for the designer.
In a situation that asks of you to help advertise a politician that is for abortion could conflict with my religious teachings. Not only religious teachings, but as a human being I just think...