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What is normative ethics?

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What is norms?

are shared rules of conduct that specify how people ought to think and act.

What is a norm?

a norm is a specific guide to behaviour in particular situations; it is the normal way to react/behave

Why is ethics a normative science?

The study of ethics is a normative science. There is no absolute  right or wrong. The ethical standards change from business to  business and from one generation to the next

Why is ethics called a normative science?

As Normative Science is a Enquiry by which people seek to detrmine which goals are good and which means towards those goals are good. Ethics are called Normative Science becau

What are the examples of ethical norm?

An ethical norm is something that is considered impolite in a  society. Asking someone about their age or burping in public might  be considered an ethical norm in America.

Are ethical norms enforceable?

unless the ethical norms are written into law, they are not enforceable and, to some extent, remain a matter of personal opinion.

How is descriptive business ethics different from normative business ethics?

Descriptive theory explains how things are (e.g., this paper is white; most Americans eat meat; etc.), whereas normative or prescriptive theory tells us how things ought to be