Assignment Questions: Cheating Is A Ethical Decision Making

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Jawedullah Khushzad Professor Silva MGMT-3614-02 January 15, 2018 ASSIGNMENT Week 3 Chapter 6 PERCEPTION AND INDIVIDUAL DECISION MAKING ETHICAL DILEMMA PAGE 198 CHEATING IS A DECISION Questions 6-11) Do you know classmates who have cheated in school? Have you ever cheated? I remember some classmates, cheating back in high school. Throughout my entire educational career, I have experienced meeting a lot of cheaters. Plagiarism is considered a form of cheating. The punishment has changed from a zero grade to expulsion. A lot of students who cheat, are only fooling themselves. Now, in college, cheating will place an academic warning on your official transcript, making it visible to other institutions. I am going to come clean, about cheating in the far past. I am taking, full responsibility that cheat is a unethical habit. Most students decide to cheat, because they want high grades, without much effort. I can’t remember the exact incident, that occured cheating, although I have. We learn, from our mistakes as we mature. 6-12) The authors of one study noted that people feel they don’t need to be objective in evaluating potential cheaters. Do you agree? Why or why not? I find this question, quite…show more content…
The three key elements of motivation are intensity, direction, and persistence. 7-2) What are some early theories of motivation? How applicable are they today? Some early theories of motivation are, Hierarchy of Needs Theory, Theory X & Y, Two-Factor Theory and McClelland’s Theory of Needs. They are applicable in different ways, as listed below. >Hierarchy of Needs Theory Maslow - within every human being there are 5 needs (from low to high): Physiological, Safety, Social, Esteem, Self-Actualization (drive to become, highest on hierarchy). >Theory X and Y McGregor - X = employees dislike work; Y = employees enjoy work. >Two-Factor
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