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57. Which of the following is NOT one of the four steps involved in the process of ethical decision-making?A. identifying the ethical nature of an issueB. establishing ethical intentC. selecting an ethical framework to applyD. making an ethical judgmentAns: C
Cognitive Domain: AnalysisAnswer Location: Cognitive Moral DevelopmentDifficulty Level: Medium58. ______ is the extent to which one believes that an outcome is the result of one’s own efforts.
Cognitive Domain: ComprehensionAnswer Location: Cognitive Moral Development
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Instructor ResourceThomas/Peterson, Cross-Cultural Management, 4eSAGE Publishing, 2018Difficulty Level: Medium59. ______ is the extent to which people depend on information from external reference points.
Cognitive Domain: ComprehensionAnswer Location: Cognitive Moral DevelopmentDifficulty Level: MediumTrue or False1. The cognitive model of decision-making suggests that a decision-maker must have a clear goal and a comprehensive set of alternatives from which to choose, which are themselves weighted according to known criteria and preferences, and can choose the alternative that has the highest score.Ans: FCognitive Domain: ComprehensionAnswer Location: Rational Decision-MakingDifficulty Level: Medium2. The activity orientation of the culture might influence when a situation is defined as a problem.
Cognitive Domain: ComprehensionAnswer Location: Cultural Differences in the Optimization ModelDifficulty Level: Medium3. The amount of information that a person considers before making a final decision is culture bound.
Cognitive Domain: KnowledgeAnswer Location: Cultural Differences in the Optimization ModelDifficulty Level: Easy4. Individual judgment boundaries exist because decision-makers often must deal with incomplete information about the problem, the decision criteria, and even their own preferences.
Cognitive Domain: ComprehensionAnswer Location: Limits to RationalityDifficulty Level: Medium5. Heuristics are rules of thumb that people use to simplify decision-making.
Cognitive Domain: ComprehensionAnswer Location: HeuristicsDifficulty Level: Medium
Instructor ResourceThomas/Peterson, Cross-Cultural Management, 4eSAGE Publishing, 20186. The three general heuristics that are used to simplify decision-making are availability, representativeness, and anchoring and adjustment.
Cognitive Domain: ComprehensionAnswer Location: HeuristicsDifficulty Level: Medium7. Heuristics are the extent to which instances or occurrences of an event are readily brought to mind.
Cognitive Domain: ComprehensionAnswer Location: AvailabilityDifficulty Level: Medium8. Consequential models focus on the outcomes or consequences of a decision to determine whether the decision is ethical.

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