Actors and actresses wear costumes to give people the impression that they are someone else. This makes their performances seem more believable or real. In everyday life, some people wear clothes ...
... and artifacts that conceal their true selves. Consider your views on creating false impressions by determining which of the following behaviors are ethical and which are not. Select the "ethical" choices.
Wearing a suit to a job interview to give a favorable impression.
Wearing an expensive outfit to a party to give the impression that you are wealthier than you really are.
Wearing your best dress or suit to a formal banquet to meet cultural standards.
Wearing a law enforcement uniform that isn't yours in order to gain respect.
Wearing a certain style of clothing that compromises your standards or feels uncomfortable in order to fit in with the desired crowd.
The answer is "Wearing your best dress or suit to a formal banquet to meet cultural standards. "
(See complete conversation and new answers below)
There are no new answers.