Chapter 6—Business Ethics FundamentalsTRUE/FALSE1.Public interest in business ethics has heightened over each of the past three decades.
PTS:1REF:233NAT:AACSB Ethics | Ethical Responsibilities2.The majority of Americans think that morality is about the same as it was fifty years ago.
PTS:1REF:233-234NAT:AACSB Ethics | Ethical Responsibilities3.The ethics scandal that has come to define modern business ethics is the WorldCom debacle.
PTS:1REF:234NAT:AACSB Ethics | Ethical Responsibilities4.Only about half of American adults say that they are worried about morality in the United States.
PTS:1REF:236NAT:AACSB Ethics | Ethical Responsibilities5.Lying is one of the types of misconduct most observed by workers.
PTS:1REF:234-235NAT:AACSB Ethics | Ethical Responsibilities6.The public's view of business ethics has always been very high until the recent scandals.
PTS:1REF:236NAT:AACSB Ethics | Ethical Responsibilities7.Descriptive ethics is concerned with studying and describing the morality of a particular group of people.
PTS:1REF:242NAT:AACSB Ethics | Ethical Responsibilities8.Normative ethics depends on whether "everyone is doing it" to justify moral decisions and actions.
PTS:1REF:243NAT:AACSB Ethics | Ethical Responsibilities9.The major questions related to the conventional approach to business ethics are "Whose norms do we use?" and "What norms are prevailing?"
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