Ethical Decision Making
Cultural ethical relativism refers to a situation whereby a certain culture believes that something is right. Consequently, this belief suffices to make the action right for people belonging to that culture. The agent-centered version of cultural ethical relativism stipulates that the judgment passed to each institution or action should be in accordance to the prevalent culture’s standards. On the other hand, the evaluate-centered version off cultural ethical relativism postulates that cultures ought to employ their own standards in passing judgment to institutions and actions whenever and wherever they occur.