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Chapter 7: Ethical & Legal Issues in U.S. Education

Under the provisions of educational laws, teachers are more likely to face professional challenge when _____. A) taking your students by school bus on a field trip B) enforcing the dress code on a student who is not in your class C) having a student incur an injury in your classroom D) all of the […]

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The Code of Ethics for the Texas Educator

In the 2007 revision of the Code of Ethics, an added requirement stated that ________ must report certain behaviors, or risk their own certificates. Superintendents True or False- The Code of Ethics Governing Educators can be found in the Texas Administrative Code. True The goal-oriented statement of philosophy regarding the role of educators in society […]

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Comm Ethics Exam 3

American Booksellers v. Hudnut Hudnut is the mayor of Indianapolis. Sexual behavior and violence content will not be sold in city limits and it denies women their civil rights, but ABA argues for freedom of speech. The women in the materials are adults, though. Verdict in ABA’s favor due to the law being poorly written […]

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Competency 6: Knowledge of the Code of Ethics

Does an educator have a responsibility to the district? No, the primary obligations of an educator are to the student, public, and the profession. The Office of Professional Practice Services organization that is responsible for investigating alleged misconduct by educators. How long do you have to report an arrest to FDOE? 48 hours! Failure to […]

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GA Code of Ethics

An educator shall abide by federal, state, and local laws and statutes. Legal Compliance- Standard 1 An educator shall always maintain a professional relationship with all students, both in and outside the classroom. Conduct with Students- Standard 2 An educator shall refrain from the use of alcohol or illegal or unauthorized drugs during the course […]

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Texas teachers code of ethics

Code of ethics The ________ was revised in 2002 to provide greater Clarity regarding the standards expected of all Texas educators. Safeguarding academic freedom A teacher who defends using the novel Lord of the Flies in her 7th grade pre-ap English class when a parent objects is doing which of the following? Statement of purpose […]

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BUS 100 CH. 2 business ethics and social responsibility

when the court has the legal power to interpret and apply the law and make a binding decision in a case it is said to have jurisdiction a _ is a mutual agreement between two or more parties that can be enforced in a court if one part chooses not to comply. contract select the […]

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ethics ch.1-ch.4

Law a general rule of conduct that is enforced by the government. when law is violated the government imposes a penalty public laws deal with the relationships between individuals and the government private laws deal with relationships among individuals. two types of private laws are tort and contract actions private law: tort action one person […]

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Ethics Quiz 1

Core Values Service Social Justice Dignity and worth of the person Importance of human relationships Integrity Competence Ethical Standards towards Clients Confidentiality Dual Relationships Self-Determination Sexual Relations Informed Consent Moral Principles to Ethical Decision-Making Autonomy- promoting self determination Non-maleficence- avoid doing harm Beneficence- promoting good for others Justice- to be fair by giving equally to […]

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Chapter 5: Social Responsibility and Ethics

social obligation when a firm engages in social actions because of its obligation to meet certain economic and legal responsibilities classical view the view that management’s only social responsibility is to maximize profits socioeconomic view the view that mangement’s social responsibility goes beyond making profits to include protecting and improving society’s welfare social responsiveness when […]

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MLI: Ch. 11 Ethical and Bioethical Issues in Medicine

Synopsis The study of healthcare ethics is an applied ethics, which means that it is more than just a study of theory. Students need to understand the role of ethics in the practice of their medical discipline. A critical-thinking approach to ethics requires the student to look for a solution that includes fairness to patients, […]

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Ethics Chapter 1

Which statement is not correct about the business-society interdependence? actions by government rarely significantly affect business Which of the following statements is not true about the interactive social system? the boundary between business and society is clear and distinct A firm subscribing to the ownership theory of the firm would mainly be concerned with providing […]

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SOC 262 – Chapter 3 Ethics

anonymity the condition that exists when the researcher cannot identify a given respondent with a given response code of ethics published formal guidelines for conducting social research confidentiality the condition that exists when the researcher is able to identify a given person’s responses, but promises not to do so publicly debriefing interviews conducted following an […]

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Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility

Ethics these are rules that help us tell the difference between right or wrong and encourage us to do the right things. All about ethics 1) they help individuals in situations where they aren’t sure what to do. 2) they vary from person-to-person, situation-to-situation and culture-to-culture. 3) they are based on both individual beliefs and […]

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Business ethics chapter 9

Corporate social responsibility responsibility beyond economic and legal obligations- to act ethically and to contribute in a positive way to society. Corporate social responsibility focuses more on external factors. Values serve as the glue to the org with external factors and ethics. 3 reasons for corporate social responsibility pragmatic reason, an ethical reason, a strategic […]

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Chapter 5: Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Sustainability Test Questions

Business Ethics accepted principles of right or wrong governing the conduct of businesspeople. Ethical Strategy A course of action that does not violate a company’s businesses ethics Foreign Corrupt Practices Act U.S. law regulating behavior regarding the conduct of international business in the taking of bribes and other unethical actions Convention on Combating Bribery of […]

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Chapter 2 Business Ethics and Social Responsibility

Business Ethics principles and standards that determine acceptable conduct in business social responsibility a business’s obligation to maximize its positive impact and minimize its negative impact on society Codes of Ethics formalized rules and standards that describe what a company expects of its employees Whistleblowing the act of an employee exposing an employer’s wrongdoing to […]

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Business Ethics CH 2

Business for Social Responsibility (BSR) An organization formed to fill an urgent need for a national business alliance that fosters socially responsible corporate policies Community obligations Voluntary work to improve, beautify, and uplift a community Corporate citizenship The array of collective concepts related to CSR Corporate social performance (CSP) model A conceptual framework that integrates […]

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MGT 444 Business Ethics SDSU Sannwald

Which of the following is a source of an individual’s moral standards? A) School B) Rule of differentiation C) Government D) Rule of law A) School Which of the following scenarios is an example of personal integrity? A) Ross believes in giving people what they deserve, but sometimes he favors his friends to other employees […]

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Ethics Ch 5 Corporate Social Responsibility

corporate social responsibility the responsibilities that a business has to the society in which it operates economic model of csr a narrow view that holds that business’ sole duty is to fulfill the economic functions businesses were designed to serve philanthropic model of csr holds that like individuals, business is free to contribute to social […]

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Ethnic Studies Chapter 8

Shortage of Asian women What was a major social problem affecting most Asian immigrants up through the 1940s? Good behavior, control of impulses, no PDA, respect for elders. What traditional Asian values emphasize? 1952 After the Chinese Exclusion Act – when were Chinese allowed to enter the U.S.? Segregation and discrimination What minority response resulted […]

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