Morals and Values - Individual Factors Moral Philosophies and Values Chapter Six Session 2 Business Ethics Introduction Importance Decision-Making

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Individual Factors: Moral Philosophies and Values Chapter Six Session 2
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Business Ethics Introduction Ethical Decisions Institutionalization Of Business Ethics Decision-Making Process Implementation Importance Stakeholders Emerging Issues Institutionalization Decision-Making & Leadership Individual Factors
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Learning Objectives DM 10- Explain the philosophical approaches to ethics including teleology, egoism, utilitarianism, deontology, the relativist perspective, virtue ethics, and the three forms of justice. DM- 11 Apply moral philosophy to ethical decision-making. DM 12- Explain Kohlberg’s model of cognitive moral development. DM 13- Discuss the relationship between
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Deontology
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Categorical Imperative
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Deontology’s Absolute Rights
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Relativism
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Virtue Ethics
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Justice
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Cognitive Moral Development Kohlberg’s Model Six Stages Three Levels
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Level One - Preconventional Stage One - Obedience and Punishment
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