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1.Tourmaline admires a professional soccer player and follows his example in making moral judgments. Tourmaline is following ____. a. utility thinking b. rational ethics c. situational ethics d. role model ethics 2. Daniel tries to act with the intent of doing good. Daniel is practicing the ethical character trait of ____. a. honesty b. fairness c. compassion d. integrity 3. Until recently the only view of corporate responsibility built into U.S. statutory and common law was ____. a. making a profit for its creditors b. making a profit for it shareholders c. making a profit for public purpose d. making a profit for the government
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4. The historic argument in favor of using safety glass in vehicles is based upon ____. a. utility thinking b. situational ethics c. utilitarianism d. role model ethics 5. If a new regulation were to allow the Social Security Administration to charge women for Social Security cards yet enable men to obtain the cards for free, the U.S. Supreme Court most likely would ____. a. review common law to see whether a precedent exists b. use statutory interpretation to clarify the law c. assess the constitutionality of the law through judicial review d. let the regulation stand
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6. Wanda has graduated from a university and after nine months has failed to find a job. She graduated with a degree in business and her college was AACSB accredited. (AACSB accreditation is a specialized accreditation for business schools that evidences a quality program.) In her complaint, she alleges that four years of school and tuition should guarantee a job in the field of study and she wants her money back. At no time did her school guarantee job placement, either through express or implied statements. Wanda does not disagree with this but still thinks she was wronged and that it's unfair to graduate and not get a job automatically. The
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2012 for the course BUA 205 taught by Professor Barry during the Spring '12 term at Burlington College.

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