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Descriptive ethics can also be referred to as comparative ethics and can be defined as the study of what individuals consider to be right and wrong and the circumstances that are involved in the development of these definitions (Cory, 2004). Therefore it is accurate to say that descriptive leaves room for the definition of issues such as morality according to the view of the particular person/people that is being studied (Weiss, 2009). In summary, descriptive ethics can be said to try and answer such questions as, what does an individual according to their judgment believe is right of wrong? By answering this question, one is able to determine what are the motivators and other features behind individuals‰Ђ™ morality when they are based in a position that for example could define an

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