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The actions of fifa are said to be unethical because

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determine whether these were legitimate payments or bribes (Crane and Matten, 2010). The actions of FIFA are said to be unethical because they is evidence that they involve some morally wrong actions. Consequentialism versus non-consequentialism theories Basing on the consequentialism, an action can be judged either wrong or right depending on its consequences. For instance, utilitarianism, which applies consequentialism arguments,
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maintains that the best action gives the most satisfaction to the largest number of individuals. One the other hand, non-consequentialism argues that the action intrinsic properties are the one, which can be held responsible for making a decision whether a certain action is wrong or right. It advocates that people should be given the freedom to do whatever they want as long as their actions show respect for their counterparts. The wrongness and rightness of the conduct of the individual is determined by the badness or goodness of its consequences. In the context of FIFA, it is morally wrong to take a bribe as well as to be involved in corrupt activities. Further, it is also unethical to rig the election so that you can extend your duration in the office as the FIFA president has been doing. All these actions have bad consequences. For instance, looking at the decision of holding world
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