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Content description VCECU015

Ethical Capability / Levels 7 and 8 / Understanding Concepts
Content description
Investigate why ethical principles may differ between people and groups, considering the influence of cultural norms, religion, world views and philosophical thought
  1. researching contemporary or historically significant people across a range of cultures and identifying and comparing the principles evident in the decision-making and actions of, for example, William Barak, Nelson Mandela, Malala Yousafzai, Aung San Suu Kyi
  2. exploring a cultural norm concerning, for example, the importance of winning, maximizing profit or teamwork, and how this may influence a decision about where duties lie or what is the best outcome
  3. investigating instances where individual action differed from the wider group, and the reasons for these differences, for example, in response to discrimination, corruption or bullying
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