Ethics

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Information resources on this subject can be found in the following locations.

170 Ethics
171  Ethical systems
172 Political Ethics
174 Occupational Ethics:
174.2 Medical, Nursing Ethics
174.3  Legal Ethics
174.4  Business Ethics
174.9  Social Work Ethics
175  Ethics of recreation, leisure, public performance, communications
176   Ethics of sex and reproduction
177    Ethics of social relations
178   Ethics of consumption
179   Other ethical norms

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