Preventive Ethics

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1. Harmful behavior may be ____.

  a. unethical

  b. illegal

  c. both


2. We can try to prevent ________.

  a. alcohol abuse

  b. tobacco use

  c. suicide

  d. all 3


3. Prevention deals especially with ______.

  a. children

  b. youth

  c. children and youth

  d. adults


4. The goal of prevention in general is to reduce ___ behavior.

  a. harmful

  b. sinful

  c. criminal

  d. unethical


5. The basic prevention question is "What ___?"

  a. next

  b. if

  c. now

  d. will happen


6. In the Jewish tradition, prevention is the highest form of ___.

  a. service

  b. reform

  c. healing

  d. education


7. The principles of prevention are ___.

  a. guides

  b. goals

  c. standards

  d. all 3


8. Non-discrimination especially deals with acceptance of ____.

  a. differences

  b. groups

  c. orientations

  d. conditions


9. Due care includes ___.

  a. planning

  b. supervision

  c. evaluation

  d. all 3.


10. Prevention professionals ___ report unethical conduct.

  a. must

  b. may

  c. should not

  d. should


11. Integrity often comes in conflict with ___.

  a. personal gain

  b. deception

  c. popularity

  d. all 3


12. Ethical prevention principles are best enforced by ___.

  a. individuals

  b. supervisors

  c. committees

  d. boards