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If a person is described as virtuous, is this the same as saying that person is moral or ethical? Why or why not? How would you explain the relationship between these three concepts? Provide examples.

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If a person is described as virtuous, is this the same as saying that person is moral or ethical? Why or why not? How would you explain the relationship between these three concepts? Provide examples.

In the last year, what is an example of something you have done that can be considered a socially responsible effort? How do you think this has helped your community? Explain.

Identify a situation in an organization that could be considered legally acceptable, but would still pose an ethical problem for the organization. What makes this situation legal but not ethical?

Two organizations exist in a community. One organization s policies reflect its beliefs that the organization s taxes and employment contributions are sufficient as a social effort. The second organization pursues multiple socially responsible efforts including financial efforts, changes to be a more green organization, and donations of time for employees to contribute to the community. Why might these two organizations differ in their approaches? Do either have any obligations to the community? Why or why not? What are the advantages of the second organization s approach? What about the first organization?

What is an example of an ethical perspective that is considered very American? What is an example of an ethical perspective from another culture that
deals with a similar subject? Identify the culture and the ethical perspective. Why are the perspectives of these two so different? How are they similar?