LEG 500 FINAL EXAM PART 1

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Question 1 Where do ethical preferences originate? Answer Ethical preferences originate from an individual’s own critical consciousness. Ethical preferences originate from the legislature who makes the laws. Ethical preferences originate from the Judges who decide the laws. Ethical preferences originate from the Governor or President. Question 2 Kant’s deontological theory posits that moral behavior requires holding to certain principles without exception, he outlines this principle by means of developing: Answer rights and responsibility codes categorical imperatives ethical norms bill of rights Question 3 What was the title of the 90 minute documentary at the heart of the case of Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission? Answer “Clinton, unveiled” “Hillary, The Movie” “Citizen Kane” “United in Speech” Question 4 Considering ethical decision making by U.S. businesses, the law is attempting to balance two important values, one is Freedom, and the other is:

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LEG 500 FINAL EXAM PART 1Question 1Where do ethical preferences originate?AnswerEthical preferences originate from an individuals own critical consciousness.Ethical preferences originate from the legislature who makes the laws.Ethical preferences originate from the Judges who decide the laws.Ethical preferences originate from the Governor or President.Question 2Kants deontological theory posits that moral behavior requires holding to certain principleswithout exception, he outlines this principle by means of developing:Answerrights and responsibility codescategorical imperativesethical normsbill of rightsQuestion 3What was the title of the 90 minute documentary at the heart of the case of Citizens United v.Federal Election Commission?AnswerClinton, unveiledHillary, The MovieCitizen KaneUnited in SpeechQuestion 4Considering ethical decision making by U.S. businesses, the law is attempting to balance twoimportant values, one is Freedom, and the other is:AnswerindividualismprofitresponsibilityvoracityQuestion 5It is understood that no business can solve all of societys problems or bear the cost of doing so,under Corporate Social Responsibility principles, each company should select issues thatintersect with its particular business to tackle; of the issues, which one describe issues that aresignificantly affected by the companys activities in the ordinary course of business?AnswerGeneric social issu

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