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Ethics in Changing Lanes Ethics in a persons business family and personal life can be very different from each other In Gavins case this is very true Gavins business life had hardly any ethics at all His partners in his company took part in a huge scandal to get three million dollars They cheated a man who was ill and could not make an informed decision to get what they wanted During the movie Gavin realizes just how horrible his bosses have been He decided to confess Tell everyone what he has done He knows that his bosses should do the same but he does not make them Gavin wants them to realize for themselves the things that they have done wrong Gavin realizes that forging the document after he lost the file would be completely wrong He was afraid of losing his wife and job if he did not do what they told him to Gavins family life was not exactly a model family He had an affair with his co-worker Gavin showed hardly any remorse or guilt for his affair Although his wife may or may not have known about it he should have felt bad If he were a Christian man then he would know that committing adultery is a terrible sin When he goes to the confessional he doesnt think to confess that sin He may have learned this from his father-in-law Gavins father-in-law had an affair for nearly 20 years that Gavin knew about it but no one ever told his mother-in-law Gavin might have learned to think that was acceptable in their family When Gavin learned that Doyle had children and wife he began feeling guilt for the things that he had done to Doyle He changed his views after realizing he had ruined a mans life as well as the lives of two innocent children When it came to the family of other people Gavin had more
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