Storytelling ethics investigates how people, organizations, their relationship, interactions, language, and actions over time influence others and create stories. Storytelling ethics can incorporate other forms of ethics, such as formal ethical principles, while exploring different people’s perspectives on an ethical dilemma or challenge.
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