Bus 102 exam 2 study guide

Bus 102 exam 2 study guide - Bus 102 exam 1 1a. Stage 1 the...

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Bus 102 exam 1 1a. Stage 1 — the Punishment and Obedience Orientation The concern is for self - "Will I get into trouble for doing (or not doing) it?" Right or good behavior is associated with avoiding punishment. For example, a famous scenario called Heinz Dilemma, a woman was near to death from a special kind of cancer, there has a drug that may save her. This drug costs 4000 dollars per dosage. The sick woman’s husband, Heinz went to everyone he known to borrow money and tried every legal means, but he could only get together 2000 dollars. He asked the doctor scientist who discovered the drug for discount or let him pay back later, but doctor scientist refused. The question are should Heinz break into the laboratory to steal the drug for his wife? Why or why not? The possible stage 1 responses to Heinz dilemmas: a) Heinz should not steal the drug because he might be caught and sent to jail. b) Heinz should steal the drug because if he doesn't then his wife might scold him. Stage 2 — the Instrumental Relativist Orientation The concern is "What's in it for me?" Action is judged right if it helps in satisfying one's
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