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  1. Culture in Moral Behavior Reported by: Mary Jean L. Napuran & Divina Gracia Quinto (BEEd 1-A) ETHICS Week 2
  2. Moral behavior Are actions that produce good outcomes for the individuals as a member of a community or society. Schuman defines as “Act intended to produce kind and/or fair outcomes.”
  3. FAMILY is the basic unit in the society. It includes one`s biological or adoptive family of orientation. SCHOOL - It may include formal or informal educational system that provides a child with their learning needs.
  4. CHURCH is an institution that determines what is specifically considered as wrong or right. It is composed of believers in the same faith. MASS MEDIA are those agencies that are purposive of entertaining, informing, and learning through various channels like the radio, television, printed materials etc.
  5. Culture Refers to outlook, attitude, values, goals and practices shared by a group, organization or society. Vary among time periods between countries and geographic regions, and among groups and organizations.
  6. Add title text Add title text Add title text 1. Material culture refers to the tangible things that a society makes. 2. Non-material culture refers to the intangible things produced by a culture or society. It speaks of the parts of culture you cannot feel, hold, or touch.
  7. Add title text Add title text Add title text are the shared sanctioned, and integrated systems of beliefs and practices that are passed down through generations and characterize a cultural group. is defined as something that is considered “normal” and refers to something that is the usual, customary or accepted standard
  8. Add title text Add title text Add title text 1. Folkways – are behaviors that are learned and shared by a social group that often refer to as “customs” in a group that are not morally significant, but they can be important for social acceptance. 2. Mores – are norms of morality, or right and wrong and if you break one it is often considered offensive to most people of a culture. 3. Taboo – a very negative norm that should not get violated because people will be upset. The nature and the degree of taboo are in the mores. 4. Laws – are norms that have become formally inscribed at the state or the federal level and can result in formal punishment from violation and a form of social control that outline rules.
  9. W H A T I S C U L T U R E ? “ A way of Life”of a group of people. — WAY OF LIFE' that talks about: A. Moral Values and Behaviors B. Knowledge, beliefs, symbols that they accept C U L T U R E
  10. CULTURE Learned Dynamic - It is impossible to live in a society without being affected by its culture - Passed along by communication or socialization from generation to another.
  11. 01 02 03 04 Culture shapes our behavior. Culture influence our perception of what is right or wrong Culture gives unity to the people in the society
  12. SOCIALIZATION — also called as enculturation; The process in which we socially learn culture including morality; the process of internalizing the norms and ideologies of society.
  13. CULTURAL RELATIVISM — is the ability to understands culture on its own terms and not to make judgments using the standards of one's own culture — The goal of this is promote understanding of cultural practices that are not typically part of one's own culture
  14. Cultural Relativism - is the view or understanding that ethical system and cultural beliefs vary from one another It came from the idea that moral standards are product of society. This philosophical principle was started from the Greek philosopher Protagoras of Abdera.
  15. — the view that moral judgments are true or false only relative to some particular stand point and that no standpoint is uniquely privileged over allothers; — Different moral principles apply to different persons or group of individuals. Moral Relativism W h y d o e s c u l t u r a l r e l a t i v i s m n o t t e n a b l e i n e t h i c s ?
  16. Religion and Philosophy shape culture. A S I A N A N D F I L I P I N O ` S M O R A L B E H A V I O R . This culture is reflected in the people’s behavior and ways.
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  18. 01 02 03 04 Some Asian ethical tradition comes from the great civilizations of the east, particularly from India and china. Religious thought is intertwined with philosophical and ethical thinking. Connectedness of personal cultivation and social responsibility 04 Many people in the Philippines are deeply influenced by or have great commonalties in their ethical way of thinking with these traditions.
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  20. S T R E N G T H S o f t h e F i l i p i n o C h a r a c t e r

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