APU MGMT314/MGMT 314 WEEK 1 QUIZ

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    Question
    1 of 20
    Which
    of the following groups or individuals are considered stakeholders in business?
    A
    employees
    B.competitors
    C.suppliers
    D.consumers
    E.all
    of the above
    Question
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    Which
    of the following items is not a cost associated with unethical behaviors?
    A.legal
    costs
    B.employee
    theft
    C.reputation
    costs
    D.investor
    confidence
    E.monitoring
    costs
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    Which
    of the following operational areas are not confronted with ethical issues?
    A.upper
    management
    B.secretaries/administrative
    assistants
    C.mid-level
    management
    D.boards
    of directors
    E.none
    of the above
    Question
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    Employee
    theft can include which of the following:
    A.stealing
    money
    B.stealing
    time
    C.stealing
    products
    D.all
    of the above
    E.none
    of the above
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    Monitoring
    costs can be incurred by organizations for which of the following reasons:
    A.employee
    surveillance
    B.increased
    supervision costs
    C.new
    rules and regulations
    D.all
    of the above
    E.none
    of the above
    Question
    6 of 20
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    Which
    of the following is not a competitive advantage associated with ethical
    organizations?
    A.employee
    motivation and productivity
    B.employee
    recruitment
    C.reputational
    equity
    D.all
    of the above
    E.none
    of the above
    Question
    7 of 20
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    Which
    of the following views of human nature have implications for the way ethical
    issues are addressed by management?
    A.humans
    are born with prior knowledge of right and wrong
    B.humans
    are born good
    C.humans
    are born with inherited sin
    D.humans
    are “blank slates”
    E.all
    of the above
    F.none
    of the above
    Question
    8 of 20
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    Which
    of the following is not considered one of Kohlberg’s six stages of moral
    development?
    A.social-contract
    orientation
    B.universal
    ethical principles orientation
    C.obedience-and-punishment
    orientation
    D.blank
    slate orientation
    E.none
    of the above
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    9 of 20
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    In
    Kohlberg’s theory of moral development, the postconventional level of moral
    reasoning is based on which of the following:
    A.applying
    abstract universal principles
    B.applying
    the laws of society
    C.applying
    group membership standards
    D.considering
    benefit to the individual
    E.none
    of the above
    Question
    10 of 20
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    In
    Kohlberg’s theory of moral development, the preconventional level of moral
    reasoning includes which of the following:
    A.obedience-and-punishment
    orientation
    B.applying
    abstract universal principles
    C.considering
    the interests of others
    D.considerations
    of pleasing others
    E.none
    of the above
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    In
    Kohlberg’s theory of moral development, the conventional level of moral
    reasoning is based on which of the following:
    A.applying
    abstract universal principles
    B.considering
    the interests of others
    C.the
    interests of the individual
    D.obedience-and-punishment
    orientation
    E.none
    of the above
    Question
    12 of 20
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    Which
    of the following can lead to unintended unethical behavior?
    A.misaligned
    management systems
    B.situational
    ambiguity
    C.insufficient
    knowledge
    D.all
    of the above
    E.none
    of the above
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    13 of 20
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    Which
    of the following is not cited as a reason people intentionally behave
    unethically?
    A.avoiding
    punishment and seeking praise
    B.feeling
    pressure to do so by those in authority
    C.believing
    that the organizational culture encourages or tolerates unethical behavior
    D.feeling
    pressure to do so by overly aggressive business objectives
    E.feeling
    pressure to do so by moral imperatives*
    Question
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    The
    three levels of Kohlberg’s stages of moral development are distinguished by……
    A.an
    individual’s needs and wants
    B.an
    individual’s relationship with him/herself
    C.an
    individual’s universal principles
    D.an
    individual’s relationship with society
    E.none
    of the above
    Question
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    Which
    of the following is not one of Kidder’s ethical dilemmas based on competing
    values?
    A.short
    term versus long term
    B.truth
    versus loyalty
    C.morality
    versus ambiguity
    D.individual
    versus community
    E.justice
    versus mercy
    Question
    16 of 20
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    Applying
    universal ethical principles such as justice and equality is associated with
    the preconventional level of moral development.
    A.True
    B.False
    Question
    17 of 20
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    Which
    of the following are considered universal ethical principles?
    A.the
    “Golden Rule”
    B.justice
    C.equality
    D.all
    of the above
    E.none
    of the above
    Question
    18 of 20
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    Motivation
    to progress through the stages of moral development involves which of the
    following:
    A.moral
    discomfort
    B.moral
    comfort
    C.moral
    complacency
    D.all
    of the above
    E.none
    of the above
    Question
    19 of 20
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    Egocentric
    punishment avoidance is associated with the preconventional level of moral
    development.
    A.True
    B.False
    Question
    20 of 20
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    Which
    of the following is not a typical reason why good people occasionally behave
    unethically?
    A.a
    good person chose one set of values over a competing set of values
    B.a
    good person may justify the unethical behavior based on a reason considered
    more compelling
    C.a
    good person may not have intended to generate the resultant unethical outcome
    D.a
    good person may think he/she can get away with unethical behavior
    E.a
    good person may choose not to prevent an unethical behavior for compelling
    reasons such as fear of retaliation.

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