a brief 1-page comparison of the legal codes of two distinct
cultures in your local community, state, or nation related to gift giving. (You
also may choose an international comparison if both cultures are familiar to
you.) Then, explain the influence of culture on the ethics of gift-giving
practices. Finally, explain how you might resolve any potential conflicts among
personal, professional, or legal ethical codes regarding the acceptance of
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