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, Volume 48, Issue 4, pp 7–11 | Cite as

Professional ethics

Professionalism, ethics, and social practice
  • Andrew R. J. Yeaman
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Conclusion

Only one thing is definite for the future of our professional ethics. As long as there is an Association, the Code of Professional Ethics will not stabilize permanently but will continue to unfold. The members who formulated the Code as it stands at present, as well as those who subsequently interpreted it and those who recently revised it, were cautious and deliberate. They deserve respect for being caring and thoughtful. These efforts ought to be continued by their successors.

Keywords

Instructional Design Social Practice Instructional Technology Professional Ethic Instructional Development 
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