Similar to beliefs and values, personal ethics can differ widely from person to person.
As discussed in the previous section, beliefs and values often motivate a person by defining what they see as being important in their life. In turn, they influence a person’s attitude, and how a person behaves
Personal ethics are standards by which their behavior is judged for being “right” or “wrong”. In other words, ethical expectations constrain the behavior of a person by providing expectations on how to behave.
These expectations often come from a societal context and can take the form of principles.
Examples of these principles include: