Bartering Ethical Dilemma
Bartering involves exchange of goods and services; this has been a part of human beings since the beginning, even before gold or money was used as an exchange. This is common with poor customers who need a service or product without money but have something in exchange. This has been a part of numerous culture and communities norms as an acceptable method of compensation as well as, economic exchange.(Zur, 2005) Bartering is not common due to the fact it is a practice taking place and vital to search from an ethical idea of high level of ambiguity. The ethical codes related to bartering involve accepting third party payment agreement also philanthropic giving (canter et al., 1996). The provided ethics code can be used only to psychologists evolutions that may be part of either scientific, educational or even professional duties as psychologists. Every professional must articulate the basic values, principles, as well as, standards of the ethical codes. This is to make sure that the professional is guided through professional conduct regardless of their functions or area of work. These codes identify the vital values on which the professional work idea may be based on. The codes also summarizes clear ethical ideas that can reflect the professional’s vital values and build a set of provided ethical standards that should be applied by the professional. The codes are also designed to assist the professionals to identify appropriate obligations incases of bartering conflict or ethical irregularities. The ethical codes provide the professional to adhere to the values or principles whether new or old professional practitioner.
The ethical standards adequacy guides to a professional in understanding the human service professional's responsibility to clients in establishing a relationship. The ethical codes of professionals in bartering have been built in a number of years to benefit the...
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