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CCSI 360 FINAL EXAM SP 08

CCSI 360 FINAL EXAM SP 08 - CCSI 360 Student Name...

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CCSI 360 Computer Ethics Final Exam  Student Name _ Section V  Date  Computer Ethics 1. True or  false .  A person who acts with integrity acts in accordance with generally  accepted social norms.  2. Risk is the product of an event’s  likelihood to occur  multiplied by its  impact of   occurrence .   3. What is ethics?  A set of beliefs about right and wrong behavior 4. What is morality? Social conventions about human conduct that are widely shared by society 5. What is a corporate ethics officer? A senior-level manager responsible for establishing policies and training to improve the  ethical behavior of an organization 6. True or  false .  A corporate ethics officer should have a background in law.   7. In a for-profit organization, what is the primary objective of the board of directors? To oversee the organization’s business activities and management for the benefit of all  stakeholders, including shareholders, customers, suppliers, and the community 8. In a(n)  social audit  a company identifies ethical lapses committed in the past, and sets  directives for avoiding similar missteps in the future. 9. In the  Virtue ethics  approach, the ethical choice best reflects the moral virtues in the  community.   10. True or  false .  In the common good approach, the ethical choice produces the greatest  excess of benefits over harm.   11. What is a stakeholder? Someone who stands to gain or lose from a company’s performance or business decision ©  Copyright 2007 by P.E.P.
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