Social Ethics In Society

The meaning of social ethics: Ethics is a rule that is applied in order to curb the relationship with others so that good communication can be established and familiar. So is social ethics rules adopted by a social order is the result of human creations are created with the aim to maintain a good community relations and harmony.

Social ethics is applicable in a community and sometimes have a life of its own. Trait that appears depends on the culture and customs applicable in areas where a community or a community residence. Then the culture is still influenced more by the mindset of the local community as well as the location and geographical conditions in which communities live.

The importance of social ethics: As we know if in every community there are certain prevailing social ethic. So every person who lives with members of the community must be willing to obey all kinds of rules and regulations. The goal of course to establish a harmonious life, especially with other community members.

Every action we take must be in accordance with the prevailing social ethic in the area. This applies globally wherever we live. Whether it's in the western hemisphere, east, south or north. Each has its own rules to maintain the good life in his neighborhood.

Examples of social ethics
Here are some examples of social ethics in the community from various regions.

- In the area of ​​Java (especially Central Java), we have to bow when passing by or walking in front of others, especially older ones. Social ethics is valid for the purpose as a symbol of respect.

- When going into someone else's house, we had to knock on the door and greet or ask for permission. The goal of course to respect the privacy and the existence of the host.

- A visit should not be at night. The goal of course so as not to disturb those who are resting at night.

- Burping while eating. This is an example of ethics as opposed to Indonesian culture. In Korea deaerah if any relatives or friends who invited us to eat together and then burp, then this is a form of homage. Saltpeter in the country is a symbol of happiness, respect and gratitude for having invited to eat together.

- But in regions of Europe when we do a burp in the time or after a meal is very impolite. The reason is that it can interfere with mood and appetite because it eliminates the noise generated can bring a sense of disgust.

- Another example of social ethics opposite is in Java. People who are getting advice or warning from the parents should be lowered face. Because if the parents are considered challenging stare and not respected.

- But in Europe, when there are people who speak have looked at his face, as a form of attention at the talks that are underway.
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