11. A normative approach to ethical decision
ethical dilemmas to easy-to-understand formulas.
various approaches to describe guiding values for decisions.
that everyone must use their employer’s value system at work.
only one way to choose to resolve dilemmas.
of the above.
12. The approach is the ethical concept that moral
behaviors produce the greatest good for the greatest number.
13. Ritchie’s Robots decided to continue
operations at one plant while shutting down another. The decision was justified
on the basis of what was best for the total corporation. This is an example of the
14. Grant is a manager at Computer-Care
Company. He is expected to consider the
effort of each decision alternative on all parties and select the one that
optimizes the satisfaction for the greatest number of people. This is an example of the
15. Which ethical approach are companies
citing to justify their policing of employee’s personal habits on and off the
job, such as alcohol and tobacco consumption?
16. The ethic was the basis for the state of Oregon’s
decision to extend Medicaid to 400,000 previously ineligible recipients by
refusing to pay for high-cost, high-risk procedures.
17. An example of ______ is when everyone is
pursuing self-direction, the greater good is ultimately served because people
learn to accommodate each other in their own long-term interest.
18. The golden rule “do unto others as
they would do unto you” is
example of the utilitarian approach to ethical behavior.
of the moral-justice approach to moral decision making.
example of the values that guide the individualism approach to ethical
example of the justice approach to ethical behavior.
19. ______ is NOT a normative ethics
of the above are normative approaches as described in the text.
20. Human beings have fundamental rights and
liberties that cannot be taken away by another individual’s decision. This ethical decision making approach is
known as the
of the above.