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True/False-4 Points Each

1.Unlike managers, employees are generally not concerned about the ethical behavior of the organization they work for. FALSE

2.People are rational economic actors motivated solely by self-interest. FALSE

3.Andrew Mellon, one of the so-called robber barons of the 1800s, once said, “He who dies rich, dies disgraced.” FALSE

4.Before the beginning of the twentieth century, consumers did not have the right to sue manufacturers. TRUE

5.One of the most common faults in ethical decision making is to ignore the long-term consequences of a decision. TRUE

6.Organization cultures vary widely, even within the same industry. TRUE

7.Because common ethical problems exist across virtually all organizations, formal programs designed for ethics work well as “one size fits all.” FALSE

8.Philanthropic acts considered voluntary and therefore not contributing is not considered to be unethical. TRUE

9.Ethical issues are universal and do not vary from culture to culture. FALSE

10.Ethical and social responsibility issues result from globalization. FALSE

11.The definitions between ethics and morality are clear and are not often confused. FALSE

12.If we understand how people think and behave in their native environment, we will understand how a particular group will behave in relation to cultural outsiders. TRUE

Multiple Choice- 4 Points Each
13.“Completeness” is also known as:

14.This Theory bases its duties on the nature of human reason or on the nature of human action. b.Deontology

15.Ethical Contractarianism is:
d.A and B

16.Relies too heavily on opinions of what constitutes good or appropriate: b.Virtue theory

17.Which theorist argued that humans responded to only things: maximizing pleasure and minimizing pain? d.Bentham

18.Virtuous behavior is conduct that is in accord with accepted moral standards is also known as: c.Morality

19.Ethical obligations...
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