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6 modes of social control. (ELFSMA)
- 1. Ethics
- 2. Laws
- 3. Formal/Informal groups
- 4. Self-regulation
- 5. Media
- 6. Active civil society
The moral principles or values that generally govern the conduct of an individual or a group.
5 ethical theories. (DUCMV)
- 1. Deontology
- 2. Utilitarianism
- 3. Casuist
- 4. Moral Relativists
- 5. Virtue ethics
Ethical theory that involves doing your duty, even if others are hurt in the process.
Ethical theory that involves doing what brings about the best outcome for the most people.
Ethical theory that involves drawing on examples of similar dilemmas to determine actions.
Ethical theory that involves doing what is right given the circumstance (no absolute truths).
Ethical theory that involves developing a set of virtues and using them to solve ethical dilemmas.
The moral principles or values that generally govern the conduct of an individual.
The rules people develop as a result of cultural values and norms.
Morals involve “...” and “...” as well as “...” behaviors.
good, bad, deviant
8 factors of ethical decision making. (ETAPSPTN)
- 1. Extent of problems
- 2. Top management
- 3. Actions
- 4. Potential consequences
- 5. Social consensus
- 6. Probability of harm
- 7. Time until consequences
- 8. Number affected
A code of ethics helps identify...
acceptable business practices.
A code of ethics helps control...
A code of ethics avoids...
confusion in decision making.
A code of ethics facilitates discussion about...
right and wrong.
A business’s concern for society’s welfare.
Corporate social responsibility
The stakeholder theory says that social responsibility is paying attention to the... in... aspect of a firm’s operation.
interest of every affected stakeholder, every
4 responsibilities of a corporation. (ELEP)
- 1. Economic responsibility
- 2. Legal responsibility
- 3. Ethical responsibility
- 4. Philanthropic responsibility
4 arguments that are pro-corporate social responsibility. (RBPC)
- 1. Right thing to do
- 2. Businesses have resources
- 3. Prevents government regulation/fines
- 4. Can be profitable
2 arguments that are anti-corporate social responsibility. (TE)
- 1. Takes focus away from making profits
- 2. Executives spend shareholder money
Socially responsible companies will outperform...
It is in business’s best interest to find ways to attack...
The development and marketing of products designed to minimize negative effects on the environment or improve the environment.
Environmentally-aware customers pay... for products.
Companies must try to educate customers of...
Marketing involved when for-profit and non-profit organizations cooperate to generate funds.
Cause-related marketing generates about $... annually.
Regarding cause-related marketing, too many causes lead to...
customer cause fatigue.
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