BA300 Final Exam Study Guide

BA300 Final Exam Study Guide - BA300FinalStudyGuide...

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Utilitarianism  Objectivism (Rand) Categorical Imperative (Kant) Theory of Justice (Rawls) Integrative Social Contracts Theory Virtue Ethics Theory of Rights (NOzick) Ethic of Care (Gilligan) Moral Awareness and Moral Judgment Cognitive Moral Development Theory (Kohlberg) Conflicts of Interest What are the three triggers for moral  awareness? What kinds of things tend to reduce moral  awareness? Identify Kohlberg’s three levels in case  scenarios Know the major assumptions of the theory (for  example, how do the stages relate to the power  of external influences, and what types of  reasoning can a person at a certain level  understand?) What is a conflict of interest?  (How is it  defined?)
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What is a Bribe? What is a Kickback What is an Incentive (or Discount)? Group and Organizational Influences Multiple ethical selves Groupthink Individual Influences Locus of control Ego strength Cognitive Biases Illusion of control Illusion of optimism Confirmation trap Escalation of commitment Be able to recognize conflicts of interest in  business scenarios, and be able to tell when a  business arrangement  does  and  does not   represent a conflict of interest What is a facilitating payment under the  FCPA? Deindividuation (Understand how this is  related to roles) Diffusion of responsibility (Know the factors  that tend to lead to this) Understand the implications of the Zimbardo  Prison experiment Understand the lessons learned from Stanley  Milgram’s experiments.  What factors affected  obedience in this experiment? Know what is meant by cognitive moral  development (see Kohlberg’s Theory)
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Whistle Blowing Ethics in Employment What is the Survivor Syndrome? Corporate Social Responsibility Understand how people tend to think about  consequences Know what things to do first and what things  to do last Know what to do and what not to do; the  dangers and potential rewards Know which law(s), requirements, and  protections exist in the regulatory environment  relative to whistle-blowing.   What law requires the employees of a public  company to report illegal activity?  Understand the principles of constructive  discipline What are the types of terminations and  layoffs? What is the Expansive View of Corporate  Social Responsibility? What is the Limited View of Corporate Social  Responsibility?
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Ethics in Advertising Global Ethics and ISCT Social Contract Cultural relativism Cultural Imperialism Hypernorm Moral Free Space Assumption of Cultural homogeneity Assumption of Behavioral Consistency Assumption of Similarity Arguments by Isdell and Atkins to support  their respective positions What did Chris Moore have to say in his  speech about advertising to children?  Why 
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