B8 dona an accountant for engineering services inc

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B8. Dona, an accountant for Engineering Services, Inc., attempts to apply the duty-based approach to ethicalreasoning in conflicts that occur on the job. This approach is based on the idea that a persona. has a duty to engage in ethical behavior no matter the consequences.b. has a duty to conform one’s behavior to society’s ethical standards.c. has a duty to one’s employer that is superior to any other duty.d. may engage in unethical behavior if it achieves a greater good.
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ANSWER: A PAGE: 103 TYPE: =
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