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Concentration of effect is the inverse function of the number of people affected by a decision

31. Temporal immediacy is the length of time that elapses between making a decision and when the consequences of that decision are known.


ANS: T  Leadership Principles

32. Temporal immediacy is the sense of closeness (social, cultural, psychological, or physical) that the decision maker has for victims or beneficiaries of the decision.

ANS: F

Proximity is the sense of closeness (social, cultural, psychological, or physical) that the decision maker has for victims or beneficiaries of the decision.

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33. Concentration of effect is the direct function of the number of people affected by a decision.

ANS: F

Concentration of effect is the inverse function of the number of people affected by a decision
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 34. One person may rate the ethical intensity of the same decision differently than another person because the first person may place different values on the principles and rules of ethics in decision making.


ANS: T

35. Ethical justifications range from those that justify self-serving decisions to those that require careful consideration of others’ rights and costs.


ANS: T

36. The three principles used to justify self-serving decisions are the Hedonist principle, the I-am-always-right principle, and the Organization interests principle.


ANS: F

The three principles used to justify self-serving decisions are the Hedonist principle, the Might-equals-right principle, and the Organization interests principle.

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