Ethics and Forensics
In a way, I consider myself to be an outsider in the forensics community. Although I did major in Speech Communication, I also received a major in Management with minors in Marketing and Business Administration. Due to this background I view the activity of forensics differently, while I think it is one of the greatest educational activities, I also see it as a business. Just like businesses, forensic programs have stakeholders they are responsible to and trophies are considered to be the profits that we can show our "supervisors and investors." Because of this idea that forensics is a business, I have decided to utilize a business ethics approach to viewing and solving current ethical violations occurring in forensics.
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"Forensics as a Business: A Business Ethics Approach to Ethical Violations,"
Proceedings of the National Developmental Conference on Individual Events: Vol. 4
, Article 20.
Available at: https://cornerstone.lib.mnsu.edu/ndcieproceedings/vol4/iss1/20