Julia Rawyler
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Studies have found that more than a third of the unethical situations that lower and middle-level managers face come from _____.

stakeholder expectations and pressures.

pressures to satisfy customers.

pressures from the government to perform at a high level.

internal pressures and ambiguity surrounding internal organizational rules.

investor expectations.

Chapter 5
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Business ethics deals with right or wrong behavior within a particular organization.

Chapter 1, Check your EQ


That stems from the basic definition
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Three primary stakeholders are customers, special interest groups, and the media.

Chapter 2, Check your EQ


Although customers are primary stakeholders, special interest groups and the media are usually considered secondary stakeholders
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Please fill in the missing part in a manner consistent with business ethics.

After identifying ethical risk areas, ethical leaders should develop policies and procedures for _____ and _____ misconduct. This process is an important part of risk management.

While companies might adopt risk management plans to deal with economic, marketing, and technological risks, they are less likely to consider _____ risks as a major area of concern.

detecting, punishing, environmental

avoiding, perfectining, ethical

detecting, deepening, political

detecting, avoiding, ethical

detecting, avoiding, political

pp. 332-333
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Which-ones of the following terms belong to the same group (i.e., the same category)?

1) Egoism

2) Utilitarianism

3) Relativism

4) Consequentialism

5) Nonconsequentialism

1, 2, and 5

1, 2, 4, and 5

3 and 5

1, 2, and 4

2 and 5

Chapter 6
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Please fill in the missing part in a manner consistent with business ethics. (p. 135/moderate)

A(n) _____ is a problem, situation, or opportunity that requires an individual, group, or organisation to choose among several actions that must be evaluated as right or wrong, ethical or unethical.

legal dilemma

ethical dilemma

ethical issue

ethical opportunity

ethical trap

p. 135
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Which leadership type values people, their emotions, and their needs and relies on friendship and trust to promote flexibility, innovation, and risk taking?

Authoritative leadership

Coaching leadership

Pacesetting leadership

Coercive leadership

Affiliative leadership

Chapter 11, p. 330
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All of these are ways of reducing pollution, except:

Designing environmentally friendly buildings



Source reduction

Sustainable agriculture

p. 362