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1. Explaining a person’s ethics by analyzing the ethics of his ancestors is an example of:
a. Metaethics.
b. Normative ethics.
c. Applied ethics.
d. Situational ethics.
2. “People shouldn’t cheat” is an example of:
a. Metaethics.
b. Normative ethics.
c. Applied ethics.
d. Situational ethics.
3. Debating the ethics of insider trading best describes:
a. Metaethics.
b. Normative ethics.
c. Applied ethics.
d. Situational ethics.
4. As part of his commitment to professionalism, John used the Langenderfer and Rockness
model to resolve an ethical dilemma. His action is an example of:
a. Thinking rationally, logically, and coherently.
b. Recognizing the influence of legal forces.
c. Recognizing the influence of social forces.
d. Recognizing the influence of economic forces.
5. In connection with the Enron bankruptcy, Skilling was most likely following which school of ethical thought?
a. Virtues.
b. Utilitarianism.
c. Normative ethics.
d. Justice.


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