LAWS310_Quizes - Grade for Jeffrey Welter: Week 1 Quiz...

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Grade for Jeffrey Welter: Week 1 Quiz Numeric grade: 16/20 Letter grade: Comments: (none) Close Window Autograde Summary These are the automatically computed results of your exam. Grades for essay questions, and comments from your instructor, are in the "Details" section below. Question Type: # Questions: # Correct: True/False 4 3 Multiple choice 3 2 Essay 1 N/A JavaScript is required for your course. Please ensure JavaScript is enabled in your browser preferences. Grade Details 1 . Question: Lawrence Kohlberg's studies of moral development suggest that many adults never reach moral maturity. Your Answer: True CORREC T False Instructor Explanation: Ch 2, pp. 55-56 Points Received: 2 of 2 2 . Question: Values refer to an individual's ranking of the worth, excellence, utility and desirability of life's many dimensions. Your Answer: True CORRECT ANSWER False INCORRECT Instructor Explanation: Ch 2, p. 44 Points Received: 0 of 2 3 . Question: Kant's categorical imperative is the notion that every person should act only on those principles that he or she, as a rational person, would prescribe as universal laws. Your Answer: True CORREC T False Instructor Ch 2, p. 48 Date Taken: 1/12/2007 4:11:39 PM Time Spent: 0:15:34 Points Received: 16 / 20 (80%)
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Explanation: Points Received: 2 of 2 4 . Question: In many nations, bribes to public officials are a routine ingredient in doing business. Your Answer: True CORREC T False Instructor Explanation: Ch 2, pp. 62-64 Points Received: 2 of 2 5 . Question: The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: Your Answer: forbids bribes to obtain business. forbids "slush funds" to facilitate bribes. holds individual managers accountable for bribery. All of the above. CORREC T Instructor Explanation: Ch 2, pp. 62-63. Points Received: 2 of 2 6 . Question: An existentialist believes: Your Answer: in absolute adhrerence to the letter of the law. in maximizing Christian love. no actions are inherently right or wrong, and conduct cannot be rationally justified. CORREC T none of the above. Instructor Explanation: Ch 2, p. 44 Points Received: 2 of 2 7 . Question: Concerns exist over the impacts of business on society, because: Your Answer: half of the world's 100 largest economies are corporations. CORRECT ANSWER many of America's historically strong corporate giants are struggling to retain their strength. corporate managers generally except some notion of corporate social responsibility. all of the above. INCORRECT none of the above. Instructor Ch 3, p. 78
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Explanation: Points Received: 0 of 2 8 . Question: Identify three provisions of the 2002 Sarbannes-Oxley Act that are designed to address corporate crime. Your Answer: 1. Publicly traded companies must have a code of ethics and use it. 2. Section 406 states that senior officials must adopt the code of ethics or
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LAWS310_Quizes - Grade for Jeffrey Welter: Week 1 Quiz...

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