b. Beneficence and intergenerational risk
c. Preimplantation selection and positive eugenics
d. Duty and malfeasance
e. Virture and germline engineering
f. Evolution and stem cell research
g. Autonomy and utili
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1. (1 pt) Name one of several Sltuatlons when a physmian 1s allowed to break condennahty.
2. (1 pt) One attitude toward human ekperimentation is the following:
Much of our advances in medical research is attributed to the sacrices of
c. random selection (drawing straws)
d. free market value of the individual
f. potential to benefit others
a. Utilitarianism and intergenerational risk
b. Duty and justice
c. Virtue and beneficence
d. Nonmalfesance and
MIDTERM SPRING 2006
1.(8 pts)Name 8 of the 13 possible stake holders in a Business Ethics dilemma.
GOVERNMENT, GLOBAL COMMUNITY, ENVIRONMENT, BOARD OF
BioElOO Spring 2008 Midterm (80 pts)
T or F
1._ 7 Benecence justies seine human experimentation wherein there are risks.
2. 7 _Bribery is allowed in some countries in global business. ' _ .
3._ _ Rule Utilitarianisrn could advoeate not telling a l
a. honorary authorship
c. deserved authorship
b. ghost authorship
d. none of the above
a. departure from accepted practices of research b. misconduct is committed intentionally
d. all of the above
c. proven on preponderance of evidence