Sales representatives at the preconventional moral development level would most

Sales representatives at the preconventional moral

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6.Sales representatives at the preconventional moral development level would most likely be unconcerned about lying to customers if getting caught was unlikely. AACSB: EthicsBlooms: UnderstandFutrell - Chapter 02 #6Learning Objective: 02-01 Explain what influences ethical behavior.Level of Difficulty: 2 MediumTopic: What Influences Ethical Behavior?
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7.Morals refer to people's adherence to right or wrong behavior and right or wrong thinking. AACSB: EthicsBlooms: RememberFutrell - Chapter 02 #7Learning Objective: 02-01 Explain what influences ethical behavior.Level of Difficulty: 1 EasyTopic: What Influences Ethical Behavior?8.At the preconventional moral development level, an individual conforms to the expectations of others. AACSB: EthicsBlooms: UnderstandFutrell - Chapter 02 #8Learning Objective: 02-01 Explain what influences ethical behavior.Level of Difficulty: 2 MediumTopic: What Influences Ethical Behavior?9.Based on levels of moral development, a Golden Rule salesperson is in the minority among sales personnel. AACSB: EthicsBlooms: RememberFutrell - Chapter 02 #9Learning Objective: 02-01 Explain what influences ethical behavior.Level of Difficulty: 1 EasyTopic: What Influences Ethical Behavior?
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10.The Golden Rule of Selling requires people whose personal character is at level 2. AACSB: EthicsBlooms: UnderstandFutrell - Chapter 02 #10Learning Objective: 02-01 Explain what influences ethical behavior.Level of Difficulty: 2 MediumTopic: What Influences Ethical Behavior?
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