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In his research into the components of ethical decision making, Rest raised the following issue: Assuming someone possesses sound moral reasoning skills, “Why would they ever chose the moral alternative, especially if it involves sacrificing some personal value or suffering some hardship? What motivates the selection of moral values over other values?” How does Rest’s model deal with such a question? How would you answer it from the point of view of an accounting professional?

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When it comes to moral judgment, it determines whether an action is correct or not. Moral judgment requires a person to respect certain norms, rules, laws. Some people think that the well-being of society is crucial, and therefore they give up some of their personal values, which means that they have the ability to judge.

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