When considering the consequences of an action to be the determining factor of its ethical worth, you are employing what type of ethical reasoning?
According to the incivility article, the real-time absence of the other person in Internet exchanges makes it more difficult to what?
In what stage of moral development does ethical reasoning focus on principle-centered reasoning?
Applying only one method of ethical reasoning to a situation is risky because it can compromise a manager's understanding of a proper course of action.
According to the video, "We Need a Moral Operating System" which of the following philosophers thought making ethical judgement required using our best judgement in a given situation?
In moral development, early adulthood and late adolescence is marked by what basis of ethical reasoning?
Social and group centered reasoning
Ego and ethnocentric reasoning
Values and principle centered reasoning
Legal and socially centered reasoning
Which of the following is not an agency in the U.S.A. tasked with antitrust regulation and enforcement?
Federal Trade Commission
Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice
National Antitrust Committee
All agencies above are antitrust enforcers
In the video, "We Need a Moral Operating System" Damon Horowitz believes that most evil acts arise out of what?
Hatred toward other people
Failing to think through actions
The lack of the market to properly regulate the long-term damage that companies do to the environment is an example of what?
Which of the following safeguards is in place in an organization that values ethical behavior?
ethics reporting mechanisms
ethics policies or codes
ethics training programs
all of the above
In the video, "How to Spot a Liar", Pamela Meyer advocates that in addition to being able to spot a liar, people should also become...?