Movements to recuse Combining ethical criteria and loci of analysis produces a

Movements to recuse combining ethical criteria and

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Combining ethical criteria and loci of analysis produces a matrix of potential ethical climates These (civil) rights include freedom from discrimination by employers on the basis of protected classes such as race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, disability or genetic information. This source of power comes from a belief that the leader has the authority to make demands and can expect compliance from others. Legitimate power An enduring belief that a specific mode of conduct is personally or socially preferable. value A deterioration of mental efficiency, reality testing, and moral judgment that results from in-group pressures. groupthink A type of ethical theory which defines moral judgments in terms of their logical form (e.g., as "laws" or "universal prescriptions") rather than their content (e.g., as judgments about what actions will best promote human well-being). Ethical formalism The practice of conveying honest information in a manner that is not intended to be misleading. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 applies to discriminatory practices in: schools, employment, public accommodations, voter registration What are the five types of ethical climates? Independent, caring, instrumental, rules, law and code Information Management Systems Quiz In a relational database model, a _____ is a field in a relational table that matches the primary key column of another table. Question 1 options: foreign key
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secondary key serial key domain key A(n) _____, used in the choice phase, helps sort through possible solutions to choose the best one for an organization. Question 2 options: geographic information system electronic meeting system decision support system supply chain management system _____ allows data to be stored in multiple places to improve a system’s reliability. Question 3 options: A redundant array of independent disks Random access memory Network-attached storage A remote access server
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A _____ is a peripheral device for recording, storing, and retrieving information. Question 4 options: motherboard control unit disk drive processor Service and support are more important in e-commerce than in traditional commerce because e-commerce companies _____. Question 5 options: do not have a physical location to help maintain current customers rarely cut out the middleman in the link between suppliers and consumers focus only on attracting new customers do not continue business with unsatisfied customers An expert system can have the following advantages over humans, except? Question 6 options: It creates consistency in decision making It duplicates and preserves the expertise of scare experts It preserves the expertise of employees who are retiring or leaving an organization
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It can be easily distracted In a value chain, service involves _____.
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