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Choose an ethical approach and explain the steps one should take when a supervisor asks one to perform a lawful, but immoral act

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    Which ethical approach have you chosen? What would you do?

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    Consider lying: what do you do when your supervisor tells you to fudge the truth? Sometimes that does not involve illegal acts.

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