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TitleTest Bank for Business Ethics Decision Making for Personal Integrity and Social Responsibility 3rd Edition by Hartman
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37. In the ethical decision-making process, once we have examined the facts, identified the

ethical issues involved, and identified the stakeholders, we need to next _____.

a. make the decision

b. consider the available alternatives

c. consider how a decision affects stakeholders

d. identify stakeholders

Answer: b

Difficulty: Easy

Learning Objective: 02-01

Topic: A Decision-Making Process for Ethics

Bloom’s Taxonomy: Understand

AACSB: Ethics

Page: 55

Feedback: Once we have examined the facts, identified the ethical issues involved, and

identified the stakeholders, we need to consider the available alternatives.



38. In the ethical decision-making process, creativity in identifying options is also known as

_____.

a. moral imagination

b. descriptive imagination

c. intentional deliberation

d. normative imagination

Answer: a

Difficulty: Easy

Learning Objective: 02-01

Topic: A Decision-Making Process for Ethics

Bloom’s Taxonomy: Remember

AACSB: Ethics

Page: 55

Feedback: Creativity in identifying options—also called “moral imagination” —is one element

that distinguishes good people who make ethically responsible decisions from good people who

do not.



39. _____ is one element that distinguishes good people who make ethically responsible

decisions from good people who do not.

a. Normative myopia

b. Inattentional blindness

c. Change blindness

d. Moral imagination

Answer: d

Difficulty: Easy

Learning Objective: 02-01

Topic: A Decision-Making Process for Ethics

Bloom’s Taxonomy: Remember

AACSB: Ethics

Page: 55

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