Introduction to Business - CHALLENGE 3: Social Responsibility and a Global Environment.pdf

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2022/02/08, 21:58Introduction to Business - CHALLENGE 3: Social Responsibility and a Global EnvironmentUNIT 1 — CHALLENGE 3: Social Responsibilityand a Global EnvironmentTutorial2 — Models of Social Responsibility and Considering the StakeholderUnderstand different kinds of social responsibility and their benefits.Which statement is true regarding the overlap between ethics and social responsibility?Score2/812345678Well done! You have completed this Challenge.Exit the ChallengeQuestionA.)Ethics considers profit as a factor in decision making.B.)Ethics considers an individual's choices, while social responsibility takes a more big picture view.C.)Ethics and social responsibility are basically the same thing.D.)
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2022/02/08, 21:58Introduction to Business - CHALLENGE 3: Social Responsibility and a Global EnvironmentPage 2 of 6-…6/models-of-social-responsibility-and-considering-the-stakeholder-4Ethics and social responsibility have little relationship to one another.CorrectGo to the Next ConceptUnit 1 TutorialsJeff CarrollSophia
2022/02/08, 21:58Introduction to Business - CHALLENGE 3: Social Responsibility and a Global EnvironmentPage 3 of 6-…6/models-of-social-responsibility-and-considering-the-stakeholder-4James HowardModels of Social Responsibility and Consideringthe StakeholderSophiaMake my favorite instructorPDF Versionwhat's coveredWhat is social responsibility? If you ask several different people, you'll probably get several differentanswers. This tutorial covers socially responsible business practices, especially considering stakeholders.Our discussion breaks down as follows:1. Social Responsibility1. Two Models2. Advantages/Disadvantages2. Ethics vs. Social Responsibility1. Social Responsibility and StakeholdersUp until the 1930s, businesses were free to do virtually anything they wanted. They could make whateverclaims they chose, put anything on a billboard, or put anything they wanted into the products that they soldto consumers.

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