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UWARBUS202Gregory AndresWinter

ARBUS202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Professional Code Of Quebec, Psychological Egoism, Ethical Egoism

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Not a matter of applying the appropriate algorithm to a situation and. Ethical reasoning: mechanically calculating the correct moral result, the correc
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UWARBUS202Gregory AndresWinter

ARBUS202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Thomas Nagel

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In result of these conflicting concepts, this is called the problem of dirty hands . Dirty hands: inescapable in life, for example, Lawyers avoid quest
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UWARBUS202Gregory AndresWinter

ARBUS202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Product Placement, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Puffery

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Moral concerns about advertising are present on three levels: Moral justification of the practice of advertising and its place or overall justification
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UWARBUS202Gregory AndresWinter

ARBUS202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Equilibrium Point, Oligopoly, Late Capitalism

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Textbook: chapter 4: ethics in the marketplace: generosity, competition, and fairness. They do not give up their seats in buses to the infirm. They do
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UWARBUS202Gregory AndresWinter

ARBUS202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Activist Shareholder, Canada Revenue Agency, Fiduciary

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Shared ownership among 2 or more individuals. A form of multi-party ownership by many shareholders. Advantages: invested: offers its owners limited lia
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UWARBUS202Sharon LeeWinter

ARBUS202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Omelette, Moral Reasoning, Fiduciary

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The term dirty hands is borrowed from political theory and relates to the ethics of role and the doing of what is necessary, even morally necessary, to
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UWARBUS202Gregory AndresWinter

ARBUS202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Stakeholder Theory

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UWARBUS202Sharon LeeWinter

ARBUS202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Stakeholder Theory, Endangerment, Corporate Social Responsibility

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UWARBUS202Gregory AndresWinter

ARBUS202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Professional Code Of Quebec

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Textbook: chapter 10: code of ethics and institutional ethics. Codes an established set of principles or rules of behaviour. Code of ethics a formal st
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UWARBUS202Gregory AndresWinter

ARBUS202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Equal Opportunity, Welfare Dependency

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Textbook: chapter 6: equal opportunity, discrimination, and affirmative action. Unemployment is regarded as a personal and social problem: gvmts instit
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UWARBUS202Gregory AndresWinter

ARBUS202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Whistleblower

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Whistleblowing: is making public matters that organizations have ignored or wish to keep hidden but which constitute a significant wrong or an immediat
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UWARBUS101Zamal Ruffudeen Jr.Fall

ARBUS101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Swot Analysis, Problem Solving, Decision-Making

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Resources: a general term that incorporates human resources, natural resources, and financial resources. Management: the process used to accomplish org
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