Chapter. 1 Study guide
rules by which an individual lives his or her personal life.
the principles of conduct governing an individual or group
the study of morality
the discipline that examines ones moral standards or the moral
Chapter 7 Outline!
I. Job Discrimination: Its Nature!
a. The wrongful act of distinguishing illicitly among people not on the basis
of individual merit, but on the basis of prejudice or some other invidious
or morally reprehensibl
Chapter 4 Study Guide
1) Identify 3 topics from Chapter 1 that are relevant to Pure Competition as
discussed in Chapter 4.
2) Identify 3 topics from Chapter 1 that are relevant to Monopolistic Competition as
M ultiple Choice Review
1. Several people who are in contact with one another; share some ways of thinking,
feeling, and behaving; take one anothers behavior into account; and have one or more
interests or goals in common are known as s
Chapter 3 Notes
Three broad categories of culture are the normative, cognitive, and material dimensions.
Normative dimension composed of: norms, sanctions, and values
Material culture composed of concrete aspects of culture: ie, desks,
Chapter 2 Study Guide
Ethic of care
Ethic of virtue
things that are considered valuable because they lead to other good things.
goods, such as life, love, freedom, quality, health, beauty, whose value is such
that it cannot be measur
Market- A forum in which people come together to exchange ownership of goods; place where
goods or service are bought and sold.
Characteristics of a Perfect Competition
There are numerous buyers and sellers, none of whom has a substantial share
Study Guide 6: the ethics of Consumer Production and Marketing
Rational utility maximize- A person who has a well- defined and consistent set of
preferences, and who knows how personal choices will affect those preferences.
Market Approach to Consumer Pro
CHAPTER 7 STUDY GUIDE.ethics
Discrimination- The wrongful act of distinguishing illicitly among people not on the basis of
individual merit, but on the basis of prejudice or some other invidious or morally reprehensive
Forms of Discrimination
Chapter 8 study guide thics.
Rational model of business organization- A view of the organization that sees it as a
structure of formal relationships designed to achieve some technical or economic goal with
Formal hierarchies of authorit
Concepts to delineate; protecting the Whistleblower, Whistleblowers Get a Raise
Protecting a Whistleblower Just like any investigation involving whistle blowing, retaliation
of some form is possible. Article 19 of the 2011/2012 edition of An
Prof Rashada Houston
20 September 2011
Approaches to Ethical Decision Making Assignment
1. Given the particular situation, the law would be FAMUs Academic Honesty Policy. Does
the law provide an answer to rather or not Id take a
6 October 2011
Extra Credit Assignment
1. Three actions that Professor Houston can do as the organizational leader to build a culture of trust and a
strong ethical culture by adopting a code of conduct in class
Prof Rashada Houston
8 November 2011
1. Have you ever been pressured to perform well at work or school and, as a result, considered
being unethical? If you have not, please explain how you would handle that si
Article 31 Creating an Ethical Culture
-The article gave a real life scenario about a woman who listened to her boss and committed
unethical activity believing that he would take full responsibility if she was caught.
-7 levels to creating an ethical cult
M ultiple Choice Review
1. According to C. Wright Mills, the _ is the set of mind that allows individuals to see
the relationship between events in their personal lives and events in their society.
a. Sociological awareness
Chapter 1 Notes
The scientific study of social structure. It maintains a group rather than an individual
focus. It emphasizes the patterned and recurrent social relationships between group members and
uses social factors to explain human social
Chapter 2 Notes
A research model involves several distinct steps: Identifying the problem, reviewing the
literature, formulating a hypothesis, developing a research design, collecting data, analyzing
data, and stating findings and conclusions.
Chapter 2 outline
Utilitarianism any view that holds that actions and policies should be evaluated on the basis of
the benefits and cost they will impose on society.
Characteristics of Utility