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Which of the following best identifies how well ethics can be learned?

A) Ethical training can increase awareness of ethical issues.
B) Ethics are inborn and cannot be changed or learned.
C) Ethical problem-solving practice helps almost all people avoid ethical dilemmas.
D) Ethical problem-solving practice is worthless.

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Answer: A
Explanation: A person's ethics can change, but it is difficult to identify how much training programs and ethical problem-solving practice can accomplish. Clearly, training is not a waste of time, but it may not be extremely helpful in many cases either. The best experts can say is that efforts to improve one's ethics at the very least help people become more mindful and cognizant of ethical situations, problems, and issues.

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