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SUBJECT AREA Public Relations
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Ethical Decision Making in Human Services

In your own words, describe the steps in the ethical decision making process. Think of one potential situation that may arise in human services in which there may be a conflict of ethics or where ethical decisions aren’t clear, and apply the ethical decision making model. Have you ever had to face an ethically unclear situation? If so, how did you handle it? Please use in-text citations in APA format. Please use at least 2 credible sources in the U.S.
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