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There are five types of ethical standards: utilitarian, rights, fairness or justice, common good, and

virtue.
Select one:
a. True

Question 2

Maintaining social responsibility within an organization ensures the integrity of society and the
environment are protected.
Select one:
a. True

Question 3

Practical reason is concerned with matters of fact and their explanation of value while theoretical
reason is concerned with matters of value abd their explanation.
Select one:
b. False

Question 4

Practical reason tries to gauge the way things are while theoretical reason determines how the
world should be and what individuals should do.
Select one:
b. False

Question 5

Only Managers are obliged to make decisions in the business environment every day.
Select one:
b. False

Question 6

Laws can never be morally wrong or unethical.


Select one:
b. False

Question 7

The theory of social responsibility and ethics only applies in a group context.
Select one:
b. False

Question 8

The words and deeds of someone will be in agreement with the ethical standards of the company
when a person has a low degree of integrity.
Select one:
a. True

Question 9

Ethics is the ideology about right and wrong in the workplace distinguished by social notions of
the moral actions of people.
Select one:
a. True

Question 10

The approach of social responsibility is based on a system of ethics, in which decisions and
actions must be ethically ratified before proceeding.
Select one:
b. True

Rule utilitarianism emphasizes the specific situations and the many individual features of the
circumstances that offer moral problems, and it presents a simple method for addressing these
individual cases.

Select one:
False

Question 2

The character approach is the most familiar since most ethics education is based on character.

Select one:
False

Question 3

Rule utilitarianism is usually deemed as the most natural interpretation of the utilitarian ideal.
Select one:
False

Question 4

Intelligent and good-hearted people all share the same values and hold similar opinions about
which values should abound.

Select one:
False

Question 5

The character approach analyzes a person's or group's intentions, inclinations, and motives and
then creates a moral judgment of the person's or group's character.

Select one:
True

Question 6

It follows that if people neglect their duties, then other people’s rights may be neglected.

Select one:
True

Question 7

Rule utilitarianism mainly poses the question "What effect would everyone's doing this action
have on the general balance of good over evil?"

Select one:
True

Question 8

The virtue framework addresses the elements of individual characters and disposition which
deepen one's humanity and engender one's relationships with other.

Select one:
True
Question 9

People using the principle approach often ask such questions as "What's the bottom line?" "What
effect will this have?" "What good will this bring about?" and "Will this help in the long run?"

Select one:
False

Question 10

An utilitarianism generally asks the question "What effect will this act have in this situation on
the general balance of good over evil?"

Select one:
True

______ espouses that moral behavior generates the greatest good for the vast majority.
Select one:
c. The Utilitarian Approach

Question 2

Employees who do not work for an organization that requires a high standard of business ethics
in all aspects of operations tend to complete their job duties at a higher level and stay loyal to
that organization.
Select one:
a. False

Question 3

Ethics
Answer It regards the moral judgments about right and wrong.

Question 4

Decisions taken within an organization may be made by individuals or groups, but whoever
makes the decisions will be affected by the culture of the company.
Select one:
b. True

Question 5

There is a vital relationship between integrity and ethics.


Select one:
a. True

Question 6

The following account for the vast majority of poor decisions


Select one:
b. All answers are correct

Question 7

Operating a business in an entirely ethical way builds a stronger bond between individuals in
leadership positions that further creates stability within the company.
Select one:
b. True

Question 8

Beauty, empathy, courage, generosity, patience, love, loyalty, integrity, justice, self-control, and
prudence are all examples of virtues. Terminal values refer to preferable modes of behavior.
Select one:
b. True

Question 9

Employees make better decisions efficiently without a governing standard.


Select one:
a. False

Question 10

When the current management principles is not based on ethical practices and behavior, leaders
within an organization can instruct employees by example and guide them in making decisions.
Select one:
a. True

Question 11

Making sensible ethical choices does not require an understanding of ethical issues.
Select one:
b. False
Question 12

The Rights Approach is an old approach to ethics is that ethical actions should be consistent with
certain virtues that provide for the full development of humankind.
Select one:
b. False

Question 13

Change blindness
Select one:
c. occurs when decision-makers fail to see gradual changes over time.

Question 14

utilitarian
The Answer approach ocuses on the ideal characteristics required for promoting
employees for the company.

Question 15

Integrity is an obligation, not a choice.


Select one:
a. False

Question 16

Personal integrity is the base for ethics.


Select one:
a. True

Question 17

Inattentional blindness
Select one:
b. results from focusing on failures.

Question 18

Some traditions are relatively ethical, but others become corrupt or oblivious to certain ethical
manners.
Select one:
a. True
Question 19

Ethical decision-making seeks to benefit the company as a whole, instead of allowin just one
individual gain from business decisions.
Select one:
b. True

Question 20

An old approach to ethics is that ethical actions should not be consistent with certain virtues that
provide for the full development of humankind.
Select one:
b. Virtue Approach

Question 21

When the management team is leading a company in an ethical manner, their employees follow
suit.
Select one:
a. True

Question 22

Managers are
Select one:

b. All of the answers are correct.

Question 23

The reputation of a business from other businesses, the community, and investors is important in
determining whether a company is a beneficial investment.
Select one:
b. True

Question 24

utilitarian approach
Answer It is a principle that seeks to do the most good and restrict the amount of harm for
each individual.

Question 25
Business ethics is an instrument organizations use to guarantee managers, directors, or executive
officers act responsibly in different business situations.
Select one:
b. True

Question 26

______ provide relevant insight for our ethical choices.


Select one:
a. Beliefs

Question 27

This approach suggests that linked relationships of society are the foundation of ethical
reasoning and that reverence and concern for all others are conditions of such grounds.
Select one:
c. Virtue Approach
d. Common Good Approach

Question 28

It suggests that linked relationships of society are the foundation of ethical reasoning and that
reverence and concern for all others are conditions of such grounds.
Select one:
c. The Common Good Approach

Question 29

Working for an organization does not require following an ethical framework when making
decisions.
Select one:
a. False

Question 30

Getting the facts is the first step to ethical decision-making.


Select one:
a. True