The feature of social institutions that means

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12) The feature of social institutions that means mechanisms are in place to determine responsibility for an action is called: A) due process. B) accountability. C) the courts of appeal. D) the judicial system. 13) The process in law-governed societies in which laws are known and understood and there is an ability to appeal to higher authorities to ensure that the laws are applied correctly is called: 14) Which of the following is not one of the five steps discussed in the chapter as a process for analyzing an ethical issue? 15) A colleague of yours frequently takes for his own personal use small amounts of office supplies, noting that the loss to the company is minimal. You counter that if everyone were to take the office supplies, the loss would no longer be minimal. Your rationale expresses which historical ethical principle? 16) A classic ethical dilemma is the hypothetical case of a man stealing from a grocery store in order to feed his starving family. If you used the Utilitarian Principle to evaluate this situation, you might argue that stealing the food is: A) acceptable, because the grocer suffers the least harm. B) acceptable, because the higher value is the survival of the family. C) wrong, because the man would not want the grocery to steal from him. D) wrong, because if everyone were to do this, the concept of personal property is defeated. 17) Immanuel Kant's Categorical Imperative states that: 18) The ethical "no free lunch" rule states that:
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