House Ethics Committee.
US Senate SELECT Committee on Ethics.
Every state, every professional organization, every institution has a Code of Ethics.
It's interesting we need such governing bodies.
What is ethics?
The vision of what is ethical vs. unethical varies in different cultures, in different societies, in different human beings. So, the governing bodies had to establish what is acceptable and what is not acceptable with a Code of Ethics.
That's stirred my very curious nature. And, I'm curious what you think.
That's the reason for this survey.
There are 18 questions - don't over-think your responses, just answer with your first gut response. If you have any additional comments, there is a section for that and if you'd like to send an email, you can do that too. Answer honestly, please.
By the way, we have made this survey COMPLETELY ANONYMOUS. There is no way I can tell who has answered or not. By using a service (tinyurl.com), Constant Contact's ability to read the email addresses and report back on who answered the survey is non-existent. I did this on purpose.
I don't care who opened the survey, I care what the responses are and the more anonymous you can be, the more honest the answers will be. Be sure to not name anyone or anyplace in the paragraph answers that would be identifying.
Thanks for taking the survey. Please feel free to share this survey with others. The more responses, the better. Be sure to watch for upcoming newsletters for the results.
- Susan Gunn
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