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Watch the Home Depot video in the Content section under Week 7 then answer the question: To what
extent do employees retain the right of freedom of speech on the job? Off the job? What about freedom of
expression? Are there limits to employee
Do you think it should be a requirement that legal immigrants entering the United States must learn
English? Yes or No. Defend your position. (Note: this is not a political discussion of US immigration policy,
or a discussion of illegal immig
American Capitalism. Is a large discrepancy between executive pay and that of the average worker unfair
to the worker? Is it unfair to increase a CEOs compensation at the same time that he or she downsizes
the workforce? What is an ethically
This week you will need to research and provide examples of the following:
a consumer product currently being sold that you feel is not a morally responsible product.
when whistle blowing is morally mandatory and when it is morally wrong.
The Galaxy series started back in 2011
as of right now there are currently 8 that were produced
When a Galaxy Note 6 on release has a model number that's lower than Galaxy S7, which is the newest
model, it can give a feeling that it's
NOTE 7 RECALL
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First Galaxy Note October 2011
8 Galaxy Notes
Galaxy Note 6
Note 6 skipped
Galaxy Note 7 Features
In a free market the government:
0 A] sets wages.
U E] centmls pmductien.
C C] sets prices.
1/ cfw_i D] ndneefthe abdve.
A partial model dfsocialism muld include the felldwing features:
0 A] an industrial base.
0 B] centralized planning.
Many social issues and business ethics topics are discussed in terms of rights. Moral rights are:
C A] important.
0' B] normative.
C C] justifiable.
v" cfw_i D] all ofthe above.
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Rawl's theory of distributivejustice states that principles
What is the Myth ofAmoral Business?
0 A] An unpopular viewof American business.
4' cfw_i B] A popular viewofAmerican business.
0 C] Reporting of scandals.
C D] None of the above.
The breakdown ofthe Myth ofAmoral business has been signalled
The aim of business ethics is:
1/ cfw_i A] neither defense of the status quo nor its radical change.
0 E] to implement radical change.
0 C] to represent a panacea.
U D] none of the above.
Psychologist L. Kohlberg identied which of the follo
A major complaint against the 1litll'orld Trade Organization cfw_WTO is:
O A] that the conditions oftrade are unfairto less developed nations.
0 B] that the WTO does not formally announce when it is meeting.
0 C] that the WTO process is undemocratic and l
Agent responsibility is:
1/ cfw_i A] frequently found in business and is often complex.
0 E] not easily identied.
0 C] straight-fonvard.
C D] having few people involved.
Steps of a General Moral Analysis involve:
C A] creating a mathematic
qutaiism listericdly suffers fmm cyclicd crises. The US. guverrlrient attempts to keep the cycles from rising erfdling ton sharply by:
O A) enacting tiscd and mnnetay policies.
0 B) curtmlling its spencing.
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The notions of virtue, character, moral imagination, and ideals are:
an!" '5' A] considered mutually important with individuals.
0 B] not interrelated.
Cl C] are obscure ideas and are unobtainable.
C D] applicable more to business than to individuals.
This week you are asked to critically assess Mercks deal with INBio. Was it ethically justifiable? Why or
why not? Who, if anyone, owns the many species found in nature? Do they belong to the people who own
the land or water on or in which th
a manufacturers liability for damage caused be a defective product on the contractual
relationship between the manufacturer and the purchaser. their relationship is simply the sale
In my opinion there are no real situations that we do not even have a grasp of. Situations that do not
seem familiar occur, but our personal experience or the knowledge of someone elses experience is
present. The criteria I use are the values that I was t
7 September 2015
By our text the deontological approach to ethics denies the utilitarian claim that
the morality of an action depends on its consequences but that the actions are morally
right or wrong independent of their
5 September 2015
Utilitarianism and the Ford Pinto
Utilitarianism is a general term that describes any view that holds that actions and
policies should be evaluated based on the benefits and cost they will impose on society
Dr. A. Brown, Professor
Business Ethics 368
August 30, 2015
Utilitarianism seems to be an easy thing to grasp and comprehend. Well, it should be
since so many recognized philosophers adapted and jointly bridged the
Dr. A. Brown, Professor
Business Ethics 368
September 5, 2015
The man, the myth, the legend who contributed to Ethics in such a way that it is still used
today, Immanuel Kant, German Philosopher, who is the central figu
5 September 2015
Immanuel Kant was a German philosopher and is considered the central figure of modern
philosophy. He was born on the 22nd of April, 1724 and died February 12th, 1804, both in
23 September 2015
Dr. Wigand was born in New York City December 17th, 1942. He served in the
military and earned a Masters and PHD from the University of Buffalo. He is a former
vice president of research and development at
29 September 2015
Medical marijuana has been at the forefront of some debates in the United States
for the last few years. There is no consensus nationally about whether medical
marijuana should be made legal or not. Medica
26 August 2015
Write a 2 page biography of Jeremy Bentham and his contribution to the study of Ethics.
Jeremy Bentham was born February 15,1748 and died June 6, 2015 and was an
English utilitarian and social reformer first
The amount of money being spent by pharmaceutical companies on direct to consumer
advertising for prescription drugs has grown substantially in the United States over the past
decade. As a result, there have been both positive
December 5, 2016
MGMT 368 Business Ethics
In Kohlbergs scale, I consider myself to be on the conventional level i.e Level II. Kohlberg
defines conventional morality as conforming to roles and conforming to the accepted morals that