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The authors use the murder of Kitty Genovese to illustrate Answer ethical relativism. bystander apathy. groupthink. the paradox of hedonism.
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User: The authors use the murder of Kitty Genovese to illustrate Answer ethical relativism. bystander apathy. groupthink. the paradox of hedonism.

Weegy: The authors use the murder of Kitty Genovese to illustrate bystander apathy.
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User: The code or principles of conduct that a person accepts Answer constitute the whole of his or her morality. can be distinguished from the person's morality in a broader sense that includes his or her values, ideals, and aspirations. rarely guide his or her conduct in practice. are always attained from his or her religion.

Weegy: The code or principles of conduct that a person accepts can be distinguished from the person's morality in a broader sense that includes his or her values, ideals, and aspirations.
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