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    Discuss the differences between teleological systems and deontological systems. Specifically, consider the relationship between one’s intent and the outcome of his or her actions. Which is more appropriate in the criminal justice field?
    Explain why it is particularly important for criminal justice professionals to study ethics.
    How should managers and leaders in criminal justice occupations deal with the conflict between the ethical systems of employees and the duties of the job?

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    Discuss the differences between teleological systems and deontological systems.

    There are many differences that exist between teleological and deontological systems, but the primary difference that exists between these two ethical systems is that deontological ethics is predicated upon rules that guide the ethical behaviors of humans while teleology is concerned with the end results of behavior committed by humans. Therefore, one system of ethics is concerned about a system based upon rules that guide human behavior while the other system is concerned with the consequences of human behavior and doesn't focus on the rule driven system. Teleological ethics is only concerned with the consequences of any action as opposed to ...

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    The differences between teleological systems and deontological systems are provided.