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  • Describe the three main kinds of ethical theory. which do you think is the better theory, and why?
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  • The cognitive theory
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  • Staples theory
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  • To what extent does labelling theory offer a useful contribution to the study of crime and deviance?
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  • What is communication theory?
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  • Organizational theory
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  • Theory of learning
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  • Weber's theory of bureaucracy
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  • Advertising ethics: a contextual response based on classical ethical theory
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  • Marx's theory of class
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  • Strategy theory
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  • Employee motivation: implementing mcclelland's three needs theory
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  • Williamson 2002 the theory of the firm as governance stru
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  • Multiple intelligences theory
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