STUDENT: YAMILETH RUIZ, DANIELA FLORES AND ALONSO CHAVES
PROFESSOR: Lic Arayensth M.C
TOPIC: ETHIC IN THE DAILY LIFE
Ethics in the Family
A new century that has made the world a very communicative, Cyber Century advanced technology that goes beyond today, Century with positive and negative trends in globalization. Today we have Economically-Active Mothers, on average, the more hours a woman is employed outside the home; the more domestic work appears to be shared, with many women working unsocial hours (evenings or weekends), men increasingly have to care for their children. Five Essential Roles for Effective Family Functioning: Providing resources, such as money, food, clothing, and shelter, for all family members is one of the most basic, yet important, roles within a family. This is primarily an instrumental role. Nurturance and Support
Nurturing and supporting other family members is primarily an affective role and includes providing comfort, warmth, and reassurance for family members. Examples of this role are a parent comforting a child after he/she has a bad day at school, or family members supporting one another after the death of a loved one. Life Skills Development
The life skills development role includes the physical emotional, educational, and social development of children and adults. Examples of this role are a parent helping a child makes it through school, or a parent helping a young adult child decides on a career path. Maintenance and Management of the Family System
This fourth role involves many tasks, including leadership, decision making, handling family finances, and maintaining appropriate roles with respect to extended family, friends and neighbors. Other responsibilities of this role include maintaining discipline and enforcing behavioral standards. Needs of Children
Children have needs. Sometimes they can be divided into “lower” needs and “higher” needs… or physical and psychological needs. Parenting Styles
Parents develop their own parenting style that is unique to their particular personality and their own beliefs about how children should be raised. it means in what way we are influenced by how we were raised (incorporating methods or doing the opposite). 4 Parenting Styles
* Authoritarian Parents: Excessive Control
* Permissive Parents: These parents have little control.
* Authoritative Parents: Balance of parental control
* Rejecting/Neglecting Parents: rejecting parents are harsh and actively reject their children *
The Definition of Work Ethics
A standard of conduct and values for a job performance.
Top 10 Work Ethics
* Attendance , Character, Team Work, Appearance, Attitude, Productivity ,Organizational Skills , Communication ,Cooperation and Respect Attendance
* Limit Absences. Be at work every day possible. Plan your absences .Don’t abuse leave time * Come to work on time. Be punctual every day
“Honesty is the single most important factor having a direct bearing on the final success of an individual, corporation, or product.” Complete assigned tasks correctly and promptly, speak positively about the company, Look to improve your skills Team Work
* Be a team player: The ability to get along with others including those you don’t necessarily like * The ability to be led and/or to become the leader, the ability to carry your own weight and help others who are struggling. Recognize when to speak up with an idea and when to compromise by blend ideas together Appearance
Dress for Success! Set your best foot forward, Personal Hygiene and having good manners. Remember that the first impression of who you are can last a lifetime. Attitude
* Listen to suggestions, be positive and Accept responsibility for ones work if you make a mistake, admit it. Productivity
* Do the work correctly: Quality and timeliness are prized. Get...