The authors use the murder of Kitty Genovese to illustrate
a. bystander apathy.
the paradox of hedonism.
If an argument is valid, then
Chapter 8 concept paper
Hiring: I think this a very important concept since a lot of decision regarding the hiring process
of an organization, company or at any work should have an ethical perspective. Because, as the
Key Concepts Paper Chapter 3
Justice: justice is something that we always related with fairness, equality and rights but is a key
factor when we talked about morality as well as injustice. Justice is more concert with the
Step 3: Decision(s) and Analysis
Decision #1: I would use the broader view of corporate responsibility as the base for a press
release where I explain that my company (Nike) its not only looking to maximize the profits, I
would explain how w
Step 1 Ethical Issue(s)
The ethical issue in this case is the process of fairly promoting employees in a company. As
explained on Chapter 8, we face 3 different aspects that can influence a promotion; inbreeding,
seniority and nepotism. Inbreeding
Step 1 Ethical Issue(s)
The ethical issue in this case is whether to follow the narrow view or broader view of corporate
social responsibility. As explained in Chapter 5, the narrow view of corporate social
responsibility argue that business has no social
The proper approach to promote safety is found in the hidden culture which is
a a culture that does not talk openly about safety.
b a culture that hides injuries.
c a culture that is proactively oriented toward safety.
d a culture in w
Chapter 6 concept paper
Legal Liability of Manufactures: A key concept of this chapter is related with the legal liability
that manufactures have regarding injures related with defective products. Nowadays courts had
A lot of difficult decisions are made with the final discussion of whats the right thing to
do or whats the humane thing to do. Certainly, human rights can be seen in many aspects such as
liberties, and equality and may vary fr
1. Which of the four management philosophies is McDonalds using to increase its sales?
Their approach was geared towards two philosophies; on one hand, it was sales oriented
as they aggressively advertised new items in combination with products that were
Part I: MORAL PHILOSOPHY AND BUSINESS.
1. The Nature of Morality.
Ethics. Moral versus Nonmoral Standards.
Religion and Morality.
Having Moral Principles.
Morality and Personal Values.
Individual Integrity and Responsibility.