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    Do you agree that ethics differ from culture to culture? Add that rules do not make a person a ethical or not ethical?

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    Ethics definitely differ from culture to culture, and it's based on how we've modeled ourselves after society's expectations of that specific culture. In the U.S., ethics are paramount in business practices. We see a code of ethics from every major regulatory body, and it is also apparent in the penalties we hand out when ethics codes are violated. Examples include the Sarbanes-Oxley consequences, as well as consequences for ethics violations ...

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    The solution provides a detailed explanation determining if ethics differ from culture to culture and explaining if rules make a person ethical or unethical.

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