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Help please. I need someone to work on part 2 (ONLY) to divide them into categories that are: One positive and One Negative. For instance, on the CATEGORY OF ETHICAL ISSUES  GENERALLY FACING BUSINESS COMMUNITY if this part are the positives put all the positives and then do the calculation but if it is the negative do the same thing. On the other side, if the  

DECISION MAKING CATEGORY OF ETHICAL ISSUES are the positives put all the positives and then the calculation if they are the negative do the same thing

positive goes under one category and then all the negatives goes under another category. After that, calculate the section mean of each category (Positive and Negative),  Use the section Means to do Item-by-Item analysis of the questions under each category. Determine whether the section mean is greater than the item by item mean and make your recommendations as to the implication of your finding. After that, do the overall section mean of both of them.  NOTE: THIS IS ONLY FOR PART 2, PART 1 is fine. The exercise is attached. Thanks!
 
Running head: HOW ETHICS WORK AMERICAN INTERCONTINENTAL UNIVERSITY

 

How my ethics work

 

Dr. Jeff Ohanaja

 

Yuri Pombolo 1 Running head: HOW ETHICS WORK PART 1

 

Statements Stude

 

nt

 

norm Proje

 

ct

 

norm No

 

respon

 

se Disagr

 

ee Neith

 

er 9

 

(3.7) Strong

 

ly

 

disagr

 

ee

 

18

 

(7.4) 1.The only moral

 

of business is

 

making money

 

2.A person who is

 

doing well in

 

business does not

 

have to worry

 

about moral

 

problems

 

3.Act according to

 

law and you can?t

 

go wrong morally 27

 

(11.1) 36

 

(14.8

 

)

 

27

 

(11.1

 

) 21

 

(8.6) 6

 

(2.5) 6

 

(2.5) 45

 

(18.5) 54

 

(22.2) 6

 

(2.5) 27

 

(11.1) 36

 

(14.8

 

) 12

 

(4.9) 39

 

(16) 42

 

(17.3) 4.Ethics in

 

business is

 

basically an

 

adjustment

 

between

 

expectations and

 

the ways people

 

behave

 

5. Business

 

decisions involve

 

a realistic

 

economic attitude

 

and not a moral

 

philosophy

 

6.?Business ethics

 

? is a concept for 18

 

(7.4) 36

 

(14.8

 

) 9

 

(3.7) 39

 

(16) 12

 

(4.9) 18

 

(7.4) 9

 

(3.7) 27

 

(11.1) 39

 

(16) 18

 

(7.4) 18

 

(7.4) Strong

 

ly

 

agree Tota

 

l 54

 

(22.

 

2)

 

42

 

(17.

 

3) 72

 

(29.6) 243

 

(99.

 

9)

 

243

 

(100

 

) 9

 

(3.7) 48

 

(19.

 

8) 30

 

(12.3) 243

 

(99.

 

9) 42

 

(17.3) 3

 

(1.2) 51

 

(21) 45

 

(18.5) 243

 

(99.

 

9) 36

 

(14.8) 45

 

(18.5) 6

 

(2.5) 69

 

(28.

 

4) 48

 

(19.8) 243

 

(100

 

) 36

 

(I4.8) 42

 

(17.3) 9

 

(3.7) 42

 

(17. 30

 

(12.3) 243

 

(99. Agr

 

ee 45

 

(18.5) 2 Running head: HOW ETHICS WORK public relations

 

only

 

7.Competitiveness

 

and profitability

 

are important

 

values

 

8. Conditions of a

 

free economy will

 

best serve the

 

needs of society.

 

Limiting

 

competition can

 

only hurt society

 

and actually

 

violates basic

 

natural laws.

 

9.As a consumer,

 

when making an

 

auto insurance

 

claim, I try to get

 

as much as

 

possible

 

regardless of the

 

extent of damage

 

10.While

 

shopping at the

 

supermarket, it is

 

appropriate to

 

switch price tags

 

on packages

 

11.AS an

 

employee, I can

 

take home office

 

supplies; it

 

doesn?t hurt

 

anyone

 

12.I view sick

 

days as vacation

 

days that I

 

deserve

 

13.Employee

 

wages should be

 

determined

 

according to the

 

laws of supply

 

and demand 3)

 

18

 

(7.4) 27

 

(11.1

 

) 12

 

(4.9) 27

 

(11.1) 18

 

(7.4) 18

 

(7.4) 9) 36

 

(14.8) 42

 

(17.3) 8

 

(3.3) 51

 

(21) 49

 

(20.2) 243

 

(100

 

) 9

 

(3.7) _ 39

 

(16) 12

 

(4.9) 72

 

(29.

 

6) 66

 

(27.1) 243

 

(99.

 

8) 36

 

(14.8

 

) 9

 

(3.7) 42

 

(17.3) 45

 

(18.5) 21

 

(8.6) 42

 

(17.

 

3) 30

 

(12.3) 243

 

(99.

 

9) 27

 

(11.1) 36

 

(14.8

 

) 9

 

(3.7) 42

 

(17.3) 45

 

(18.5) 6

 

(2.4) 48

 

(19.

 

8) 30

 

(12.3) 243

 

(99.

 

9) 21

 

(8.6) 27

 

(11.1

 

) 6

 

(2.5) 45

 

(18.5) 54

 

(22.2) 12

 

(4.9) 42

 

(17.

 

3) 36

 

(14.8) 243

 

(99.

 

9) 18

 

(7.4) 21

 

(8.6) 12

 

(4.9) 48

 

(19.8) 42

 

(17.3) 9

 

(3.7) 51

 

(21) 42

 

(17.3) 243

 

(100

 

) 27

 

(11.1) 36

 

(14.8

 

) 9

 

(3.7) 39

 

(16) 42

 

(17.3) 12

 

(4.9) 42

 

(17.

 

3) 36

 

(14.8) 243

 

(99.

 

9) 3 Running head: HOW ETHICS WORK 14.The business

 

world has its own

 

rules

 

15.A good

 

business person is

 

a successful

 

businessperson 21

 

(8.6)

 

21

 

(8.6) 25

 

(10.3

 

)

 

27

 

(11.1

 

) _ 36

 

(14.8) 42

 

(17.3) 12

 

(4.9) 15

 

(6.1) 45

 

(18.5) 42

 

(17.3) 9

 

(3.7) 55

 

(22.

 

6)

 

45

 

(18.

 

5) 52

 

(21.4)

 

39

 

(16) 243

 

(99.

 

9)

 

243

 

(99.

 

8) Mean of the mean=1498.7/15=99.9 PART 2

 

CATEGORY

 

OF

 

ETHICAL

 

ISSUES

 

GENARALL Stude

 

nt

 

norm Proje

 

ct

 

norm No

 

respon

 

se Strong

 

ly

 

disagr

 

ee Disagr

 

ee Neithe

 

r Agree Strongl

 

y agree Tota

 

l 4 Running head: HOW ETHICS WORK Y FACING

 

BUSINESS

 

COMMUNIT

 

Y

 

1.The only

 

moral of

 

business is

 

making money

 

2.A person

 

who is doing

 

well in

 

business does

 

not have to

 

worry about

 

moral

 

problems

 

3.Act

 

according to

 

law and you

 

can?t go wrong

 

morally

 

4.Ethics in

 

business is

 

basically an

 

adjustment

 

between

 

expectations

 

and the ways

 

people behave

 

5. Business

 

decisions

 

involve a

 

realistic

 

economic

 

attitude and

 

not a moral

 

philosophy

 

6.?Business

 

ethics ? is a

 

concept for

 

public

 

relations only

 

7.Competitive

 

ness and

 

profitability

 

are important 27

 

36

 

(11.1) (14.8

 

) 9

 

(3.7) 18

 

(7.4) 21

 

(8.6) 6

 

(2.5) 54

 

(22.2) 72

 

(29.6) 243

 

(99.

 

9) 18

 

(7.4) 27

 

(11.1

 

) 6

 

(2.5) 45

 

(18.5) 54

 

(22.2) 6

 

(2.5) 42

 

(17.3) 45

 

(18.5) 243

 

(100

 

) 27

 

36

 

(11.1) (14.8

 

) 12

 

(4.9) 39

 

(16) 42

 

(17.3) 9

 

(3.7) 48

 

(19.8) 30

 

(12.3) 243

 

(99.

 

9) 18

 

(7.4) 36

 

(14.8

 

) 9

 

(3.7) 39

 

(16) 42

 

(17.3) 3

 

(1.2) 51

 

(21) 45

 

(18.5) 243

 

(99.

 

9) 12

 

(4.9) 18

 

(7.4) 9

 

(3.7) 36

 

(14.8) 45

 

(18.5) 6

 

(2.5) 69

 

(28.4) 48

 

(19.8) 243

 

(100

 

) 27

 

39

 

(11.1) (16) 18

 

(7.4) 36

 

(I4.8) 42

 

(17.3) 9

 

(3.7) 42

 

(17.3) 30

 

(12.3) 243

 

(99.

 

9) 18

 

(7.4) 12

 

(4.9) 36

 

(14.8) 42

 

(17.3) 8

 

(3.3) 51

 

(21) 49

 

(20.2) 243

 

(100

 

) 27

 

(11.1

 

) 5 Running head: HOW ETHICS WORK values 8. Conditions

 

of a free

 

economy will

 

best serve the

 

needs of

 

society.

 

Limiting

 

competition

 

can only hurt

 

society and

 

actually

 

violates basic

 

natural laws.

 

DECISION

 

MAKING

 

CATEGORY

 

OF

 

ETHICAL

 

ISSUES

 

9.As a

 

consumer,

 

when making

 

an auto

 

insurance

 

claim, I try to

 

get as much as

 

possible

 

regardless of

 

the extent of

 

damage

 

10.While

 

shopping at the

 

supermarket, it

 

is appropriate

 

to switch price

 

tags on

 

packages

 

11.AS an

 

employee, I

 

can take home

 

office supplies;

 

it doesn?t hurt

 

anyone 27

 

18

 

(11.1) (7.4) 9

 

(3.7) 39

 

(16) 12

 

(4.9) 72

 

(29.6) 66

 

(27.1) 243

 

(99.

 

8) Stude

 

nt

 

Norm Proje

 

ct

 

norm Strong

 

ly

 

agree Agree Neithe

 

r Disagr

 

ee Strong

 

ly

 

disagr

 

ee No

 

Respon

 

se Tota

 

l 18

 

(7.4) 21

 

(8.6) 36

 

(14.8) 42

 

(17.3) 12

 

(4.9) 60

 

(24.7) 54

 

(22.2) - 243

 

(99.

 

9) 27

 

36

 

(11.1) (14.8

 

) 42

 

(17.3) 45

 

(18.5) 15

 

(6.1) 42

 

(17.3) 36

 

(14.8) _ 243

 

(99.

 

9) 18

 

(7.4) 52

 

(21.4) 54

 

(22.2) 9

 

(3.7) 45

 

(18.5) 42

 

(17.3) 2

 

(0.8) 243

 

(99.

 

9) 21

 

(8.6) _ 6 Running head: HOW ETHICS WORK 12.I view sick 27

 

36

 

days as

 

(11.1) (14.8

 

vacation days

 

)

 

that I deserve

 

13.Employee

 

18

 

21

 

wages should

 

(7.4) (8.6)

 

be determined

 

according to

 

the laws of

 

supply and

 

demand

 

14.The

 

18

 

21

 

business world (7.4) (8.6)

 

has its own

 

rules

 

15.A good

 

27

 

36

 

business

 

(11.1) (14.8

 

person is a

 

)

 

successful

 

businessperson

 

Section 1 mean=799.4/8=99.925 42

 

(17.3) 45

 

(18.5) 9

 

(3.7) 42

 

(17.3) 39

 

(16) 3

 

(1.2) 243

 

(99.

 

9) 52

 

(21.4) 54

 

(22.2) 12

 

(4.9) 42

 

(17.3) 36

 

(14.8) 8

 

(3.3) 243

 

(99.

 

9) 63

 

(25.9) 69

 

(28.4) 3

 

(1.2) 30

 

(12.3) 37

 

(15.2) 2

 

(0.8) 243

 

(99.

 

8) 45

 

(18.5) 51

 

(21) 9

 

(3.7) 45

 

(18.5) 30

 

(12.3) - 243

 

(99.

 

9) Section 2 mean=699.3/7=99.9

 

Overall mean=1498.7/15=99.91 The section mean for either categories is greater than item by item mean. This

 

implies the way we differ in our ethics.

 

Recommendation

 

There is a need to compare our ethical standards with those of other people from

 

diverse categories. 7

 


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