Answer to Question #197779 in Sociology for Jean Claude

Question #197779


Question 2

a) Ethics defines what is right or wrong, good and bad. What differentiates good ethical behavior from bad ethical behavior is when one has to either “talk the walk” or “walk the talk”. In illustrated concrete terms, compare the two above expressions. AN(10 Marks)

b) To what extent can you differentiate Professional Ethics from General Ethics? AP(5 Marks)

c) Cybercrime is any illegal behavior directed by means of electronic operations that targets the security of computers systems and the data processed by them. Briefly discuss any two categories of cybercrimes within the African context. EV(5 Marks) Total Marks: 20 

Expert's answer

a) Talk the Walk implies that you speak to people about what you do for example if you talk about corruption when you have not been involved in it while walk the talk is do what you say for example if you talk about corruption ensure you have high levels of integrity to justify that.

b) Professional ethics refers to a set of principles that a group has to follow in a certain career for profession or business environment while general ethics refers to a set of codes of ethics that a society has to follow, that is the morals of the social standards.

c) Email and internet fraud refers to use a person's email intentionally to cause damage for personal gain. Mostly, it occurs when a company's systems are hacked and the email of certain key managers in the organization is used to pass information to other people for certain immoral reasons.

Secondly, there is the theft of financial or card payment data, In this case, someone uses a debit or credit card from another person without their consent with the intent to use that card, either personally or transfer it to a third party to use. Where the defendant uses or had intended to use a card belonging to someone else that they knew was lost or stolen.

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