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4-H Shooting Sports Ethical Compass. Perry D. Brewer Area Extension Agent (Tech Ed/Youth) Golden Plains Area Cooperative Extension Kit Carson County. Adapted from educational material authored by Jeff Goodwin, Director, Colorado State University Cooperative Extension, 4-H Youth Development.

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4 h shooting sports ethical compass

4-H Shooting Sports Ethical Compass

Perry D. Brewer

Area Extension Agent (Tech Ed/Youth)

Golden Plains Area Cooperative Extension

Kit Carson County

Adapted from educational material authored by Jeff Goodwin, Director, Colorado State University Cooperative Extension, 4-H Youth Development

ethical compass
Ethical Compass
  • Ethical behavior is learned at an early age and is one that is reinforced as we grow older (practice makes perfect).
  • Being an ethical shooter is ultimately up to each one of us.
  • But remember … that what we do individually can effect how others view all of us, our sport and our organization!
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Ethical Compass
  • RULE OF THUMB …
    • If you are confronted with a situation in which you are unsure as to whether an action is ethical or unethical … don\'t do it … there is usually a good reason why you are unsure!
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Ethical Compass
  • Use the following questions as a litmus test to see if a situation you find yourself in is ethical or unethical.
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Ethical Compass
  • STOP and ask yourself the following questions when considering whether an action you are about to take part in is ethical or unethical …
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Ethical Compass
  • 1. Is the action legal?
    • If what you are considering doing is illegal … then the action is also unethical.
    • But there are times also when something may be strictly legal … but maybe not totally ethical. (watch out for these situations!)
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Ethical Compass
  • 2. Can you tell anyone the complete truth of your actions?
    • Would you feel comfortable sharing your actions with your pastor, your grandmother, your teacher?
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Ethical Compass
  • 3. Will the action benefit your sport or your community?
    • Would you be proud that your actions we used as an example at a city council meeting or at a gathering of other shooters?
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Ethical Compass
  • 4. Will the action benefit the traditions of shooting?
    • Shooters and hunters have a strong tradition of improving the environment, game management, and providing opportunities for future generations.
    • Would your actions add to that tradition?
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Ethical Compass
  • 5. Would you be proud if the action was reported in the local newspaper?
    • Could you defend your actions if a newspaper reporter or a TV news crew were interviewing you about what you did?
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Ethical Compass
  • 6. Would you be proud if your parents (or those close to you) witnessed your actions?
    • Would you go ahead and do your action if the person you respected the most were standing there beside you watching?
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Ethical Compass
  • 7. Will your actions have a positive effect on others?
    • Would you be willing to have others (say a younger sibling, or your best friend) do what you are doing?
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Ethical Compass
  • If ANY of these questions are answered “No”, what you are considering is probably unethical!
  • DON’T DO IT!!!

Or this might be the result!

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