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