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Practical decision-making frameworks are overall guides to the process of making ethical decisions.

These frameworks are particularly applicable to decisions about charitable donations and careers, and are designed to highlight especially promising methods, or interventions, for solving large-scale problems.

One approach to this is to first use frameworks for selecting focus areas to select the most promising focus areas and then use frameworks for selecting interventions to select the most promising interventions within these focus areas.

Analysis based on frameworks can also be supplemented with other less comprehensive considerations.