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ethical

1. of or relating to ethics
2. (of a medicinal agent) available legally only with a doctor's prescription or consent

ethical

Honest; proper; trustworthy. See ethical hacker.
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Once a Machiavellian supervisor's ethicality has been identified as inauthentic, the employee with low PDO may not readily engage in social learning processes with the supervisor.
Then, there would not be a scale of ethicality within both ends.
The Influence of Consumer Perceived Ethicality on Trust, Affect and Loyalty", Journal of Business Ethics, 111(4), 541-549.
As prior research has found that gender and age can influence ethicality (O'Fallon & Butterfield, 2005), and that females have lower centrality (higher constraint) than do males (Burt, 1998; Ibarra, 1997), these variables also were included in this analysis.
This paper considers the contribution that Hegel's discussion of ethicality (Sittlichkeit) makes to his account of recognition in the Phenomenology of Spirit.
Irrespective of the sources of emotions elicited before, during, and after the EDM process, ERA can play a significant role in regulating emotions in such a way as to maximize the ethicality of the decisions made.
Co It becomes more difficult to establish a proper culture of lawyer independence and ethicality, or "tone at the top", because messaging is diffused through a secondary dotted reporting line that by definition is not as important as the primary solid reporting line.
Exaggerated health claims, ethicality issues, and financial integrity are influencing consumers to question integrity
Either way, this move certainly calls into question the ethicality of Google's data gathering practices.
Yet, all religious traditions carry a common message of tolerance, self-discipline and ethicality.
However, legality and ethicality are two different, if related, issues.
The margins of ethicality in significant literary works are more than often blurred; they are in movement, as life adapts new forms and is itself in a permanent state of openness, challenges and change.