BSB111 Study Guide - Final Guide: Corporate Social Responsibility, Kantian Ethics, Virtue Ethics

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20 Jan 2017

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Individual responses to ethical situations: stage zero: people act on impulse (no capacity for moral reasoning) they dont matter about the consequences, stage one: people have no inate sense of morality, this stage consists of unwitting compliance. People act to avoid punishment for actions (praise or punishments: stage two: this stage characterises morale thinking. Opinions are evaluated according to benefits gained. (people act to get a benefit) the selfish stage. Teens: stage three: people respond to their social role. Morality is framed within the rules and regulations of a company (inferior lvl) there is an adherance to the wider institutional roles of society (superior lvl) <<<