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Moral/ethical in one culture may be considered the opposite

1.What is considered moral and ethical in one culture may be considered the opposite in another culture. Can you provide examples?

2.Can you provide tips on how to separate personal situations and feeling away from the work environment? What are the advantages and disadvantages of making this separation?

3.Leaders are to be above the influence, but people are sensitive beings with limitations and if those limitations are exceeded then a psychological reaction influences the behavior. People change in the workplace when they experience change in the workplace like lay-offs, reduction in wages or favoritism."

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Please elaborate on the below questions:

1.What is considered moral and ethical in one culture may be considered the opposite in another culture. Can you provide examples?

(I found these examples at the following website: http://www2.sunysuffolk.edu/pecorip/SCCCWEB/ETEXTS/ETHICS/Chapter_3_Relativism/Relativism_Types.htm

Some examples of something being moral or ethical in one culture but opposite in another might include:

1. "Killing newborn females is immoral in the U.S. but acceptable in China"
2. "Drinking alcohol is moral (to some) in the U.S. but immoral in Islamic Countries".
3. "Women wearing face uncovered in U.S. but immoral in Iran".

2.Can you provide tips on how to separate personal situations and feeling away from the work environment?

There are many ways to separate your personal situations and feelings away from work. First, you should ensure ...

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