ethical code

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Noun1.ethical code - a system of principles governing morality and acceptable conduct
system of rules, system - a complex of methods or rules governing behavior; "they have to operate under a system they oppose"; "that language has a complex system for indicating gender"
precept, principle - rule of personal conduct
double standard - an ethical or moral code that applies more strictly to one group than to another
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Shahid Masood, an established journalist, is a reflection of the poor standards of journalism in our country, as well as the complete lack of an ethical code in the profession.
Jewish relations with Christians and Muslims were far from happy, as we know from history, but Jewish authorities considered them to be fellow monotheists, bound by an ethical code.
However, some sections of print and electronic media continue to disclose identities of the victims in sheer disregard of federal orders stipulated in Section 14 of the Ethical Code of Practice of the Press Council of Pakistan Ordinance 2002.
He went on to say, "I have been so impressed and inspired by the ethical code of the MDRT that I've created a code for my firm that works in concert with the MDRT's code.
He added that it is important that a framework for continuous awareness raising for biosafety, laboratory biosecurity and ethical code of conduct, and training is provided.
My plea in this Holy Week is that any ethical code should have at number one: 'See the Best in People
Like a house built on sand, your ethical code must not be rooted on an unstable foundation.
How else to do so but to create an ethical code of conduct that values the living and nonliving alike, because nothing -- not man, mountain, or microscopic molecule -- exists in isolation.
Many researchers have encouraged these and other forms of communication at regular intervals in order to emphasize the gravity that management attaches to the issue and to facilitate compliance with a firm's ethical code (Mark John Somers, "Ethical Codes of Conduct and Organizational Context: A Study of the Relationship between Codes of Conduct, Employee Behavior and Organizational Values," Journal of Business Ethics, 2001, pp.
Under it, board members will now be dismissed in case of Ethical Code violations or infringement, despite their seven-year term, Standart Daily reports.
If you thought Pardew might have been sacked, you must believe Ashley abides by some sort of ethical code.
President Mamnoon appreciated efforts of PCP for ensuring highest professional and ethical standards in newspapers and news agencies and implementing the ethical code of practice for the press while upholding freedom of the press in the country.