MHR 405 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Stereotype, Confirmation Bias, Fundamental Attribution Error

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Three ethical principles: utilitarianism: greatest good for greatest number of people. Individual rights: fundamental entitlements in society: right to vote etc, distributive justice: people who are similar should receive similar benefit. Suporting ethical behaviour: corporate code of ethics, training employees: knowledge of guidelines, ethics dilemmas, systems for communication wrongdoing, anonymous reporting. Impartial investigations: ethical leadership and shared values. Case one: (bank account: moral intensity: medium did not specify you cannot have a bank with someone else, principle: individual rights. Case two: (16 year old office administrator: moral sensitivity: company fired her for her (cid:862)freedo(cid:373) of spee(cid:272)h(cid:863) (class 3) Deductive process: theory testing model: hypotheses: testable declarations proposed by theory, constructs: abstract ideas that can be linked to observable information, testing hypotheses: collection of empirical data to confirm or negate. Inductive process: theory building: positive realism (there is a reality outside of us with beliefs, qualitative process: (interview)

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