Personal Ethics

Dryer, Donna Jean
June 1999
Studio Potter;Jun99, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p54
Trade Publication
The article provides an author's view on her own principles of right conduct and how they came to be the standard which govern her conduct. She stated that the major areas of their ethics come from their parents, extended family, teachers, and other adults who influence their childhood. As an adult, she has been grateful to her parents that they gave her the kind of childhood. Moreover, she added that her third influence on her ethical life came when she came to know a man called Starr Daily.


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