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What is the definition of ethics? A. Ethics is the study of different cultures B. Ethics is the study of environmental changes C. Ethics is a set of principles by which someone judges material,
actions, and people D. Ethics is the set of journalistic errors that include libel, slander, copyright infringement, and plagiarism
Ethics are C. Ethics is a set of principles by which someone judges material, actions, and people
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User: What is the definition of ethics? A. Ethics is the study of different cultures B. Ethics is the study of environmental changes C. Ethics is a set of principles by which someone judges material, actions, and people D. Ethics is the set of journalistic errors that include libel, slander, copyright infringement, and plagiarism

Weegy: Ethics are C. Ethics is a set of principles by which someone judges material, actions, and people
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User: I had the story, bit by bit, from various people, and, as generally happens in such cases, each time it was a different story If you were to use this sentence in a research paper for school, what is the proper way to attribute it? A. only copy the sentence B. only state the author’s name C. place quotation marks around the sentence and state the author’s name D. copy the sentence without quotations and state the author’s name

Weegy: C. place quotation marks around the sentence and state the author s name - - is the proper way to attribute it.
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