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Topic 1
1. The course Business and Society is about
a. Nature of work
b. Ethical issues
c. Sustainability
d. Professional life
e. All of the above[pic]
2. Which of the following is not considered as a business?
a. The Reject Shop
b. The local fruit and veggie enterprise
c. Southern Region Waste Resource Authority
d. Advanced Recycling Technologies [pic]
e. Origin Energy
3. Which of the following is not considered as a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) a. Greenpeace
b. Salvation Army
c. Red Cross
d. Sea Shepherd Society
e. The local Bowling Club [pic]
4. Which of these activities can never be considered to be work? a. Begging
b. Playing hockey
c. Watching a chess game
d. Reading
e. None of the above [pic]
5. Begging is not work, because
a. It is not a recognised trade
b. You don't need educational qualifications
c. There is no fixed place of work
d. There are no regular timings
e. None of the above [pic]
6. Work is essential in order to
a. Get the necessities of life
b. Survive
c. Get external goods such as food, clothing and shelter
d. Derive fun and personal development
e. All of the above [pic]

7. Regarding Work and Non-work, which of the following statements is true? a. There is a sharp distinction between the two
b. The distinction between the two is blurred [pic]
c. Work is defined only when we get paid for doing something over a period of time d.  Non-work is when we do things in our own time and do not get paid for it e. Work is only when we have a definite work-space

8. Who wrote “Work on philosophy is…actually more of a work on oneself. On one’s own conception. On the way one sees things.” a. Alfred Marshall
b. George Orwell
c. Bertrand Russell
d. Ludwig Wittgenstein [pic]
e. Karl Marx
9. The etymological root of the word “Work” in Greek is “ponos”, which means a. Drudgery
b. Slavery
c. Hardship
d. Sorrow [pic]
e. Torture
10. Svendsen suggests that work can produce both internal and external goods. Which of these is an internal good? a. Products
b. Services
c. Documents
d. Salary
e. Personal development [pic]

Topic 2
1. Which of these writers or commentators on work did not live in ancient Greece? a. Aristotle
b. b. Socrates
c. c. Plato
d. d. Xenophon
e. Benedict [pic]
2. Which great event in European history changed the view of work, making it something positive for all people? a. Reformation [pic]
b. Restoration
c. French Revolution
d. 100 Years War
e. Emergence of Christianity
3. Who considered that merchants should have no political influence? a. Thomas Aquinas
b. John Calvin
c. Aristotle [pic]
d. Thomas Carlyle
e. Benjamin Franklin
4. What was the key idea with respect to Work that was developed during the Reformation? a. The distinction between necessary and non-productive work b. Work as duty
c. Work as a vocation [pic]
d. Work based on religion
e. Work for work’s sake
5. Lars Svendsen says “We are all Romantics” when it comes to our conception of work. He meant that   a. We are old-fashioned
b. We are never really satisfied
c. We fall in love with our work
d. We desire to find meaning in our work [pic]
e. We are workaholics
6. Who is credited with the saying “Humans are the only animals with an existential need for work’? a. Immanuel Kant [pic]
b. Fyodor Dostoyevsky
c. Adam Smith
d. Hannah Arendt
e. Robert Nozick
7. Richard Florida coined the term “Creative class”. It can be defined as a. People who are creative
b. People bound together by a common ethos that values creativity [pic] c. People who enrol in classes to learn to be creative
d. None of the above
8. What type of a job did Lars Svendsen do that was termed as “low skilled” but in fact required years on the job to master it properly a. Office assistant
b. Driving
c. Cleaning assistant [pic]
d. Freelance sports reporter
e. Delivering newspapers
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