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Jennifer Bullian Prof. Brown Business Ethics Final Exam Study Guide 1. Definition of Civil Society: Society is composed of various groups and classes. Civil society is a movement beyond society that provides a unity of all the divisions because it… Civil society comes about by people in conversation (what kind of a society do we want?). Individuals and groups can determine their future as opposed to government (i.e. self determination). 2. Difference between Citizen and Consumer: 3. Civic Purpose of Business: 4. Difference between Dialogue and Debate:
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Unformatted text preview: 5. Problem with Egoism: 6. Problem with Moral Relativism: 7. Difference between Normative and Descriptive Thinking: 8. Contextual Thinking: 9. Characteristics of Moral Agency: 10. Stakeholder vs. Stockholder Theory of Corp. Social Responsibility: 11. Difference Among Observation, Values, and Assumptions: 12. Definition of Syllogism: 13. Criteria for Justice: 14. Character of System Thinking: 15. Biosphere: 16. UN Definition of Sustainability: 17. Boulding’s Three Systems Organizers:...
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This note was uploaded on 06/10/2008 for the course MGMT 6 taught by Professor Trevisan,richard during the Fall '07 term at Santa Clara.

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