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TermDefinition
What are the Army Values? Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selflessness, Honor, Integrity, & Personal Courage
Where do Values stem from? Beliefs
Values Ideas about the worth of things, concepts, and people
Beliefs Attitudes
Loyalty Bear true faith & allegiance to the U.S. constitution & your peers
Duty Fulfill your obligations
Respect To treat people as they should be treated
Selflessness Service Put the walfare of others before your own
Honor To live up to all the values
Integrity To do what is right, legally & morally
Personal Courage the ability overcome a difficult task or situation with steadfastness
Tenets Principle belief, or doctrine generally held to be true
Norms Rules of conduct
Ethics Principles that guide professionals to do the moral or right thing; what ought to be thought
Dilemma A situation where two or more values conflict
Coercion The act, process, or power of forcing someone to act or think in a given manner, such as by using force or threats as form of control
Unethical To violate established rules or standards of conduct (normally as result of pressures from self-interest, peers, subordinates, or seniors
Prejudice An adverse opinion or learning formed without just grounds or before sufficient knowledge
Tunnel vision Extreme narrowness of view point
Favortism Showing of special favor
Bribery Giving or accepting money, property, or a favor from someone in a position of trust to persuade that person to act dishonestly