Manusya, Journal of Humanities


Shirley Wheeler

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The South East Asian Regional Computer Confederation (SEARCC) Code of Ethics provides standards for its members, and this includes the establishment of a congruent code of conduct for each member organization. The degree to which the Australian and Singaporean professional codes of ethics and conduct are reflective of the SEARCC Code of Ethics will be examined in this paper. A new systemic approach to applied ethics will be used for this exercise. Points of comparison and contrast between the two Member codes will be considered. Some implications for more global compatibility in IS-related codes of ethics are drawn.

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