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The scale you completed was a measure of Individual Ethical Orientation,
developed by Farh, Burton, and Hegarty (1999) to measure individual ethical orientation.
The idea behind the scale is that there is very little
research on everyday ethical issues in business. This measure has been
cross-culturally to show relevance for participants from Hong Kong,
mainland China and Taiwan. Specifically, a values structure
the importance of self-transcendence values correlates with more ethical
behavioral orientations, while a values structure highlighting the
of the self-enhancement dimension of values correlates with less ethical
behavioral orientations. Further, we are interested in
what behaviors are seen as unethical as while all individuals espouse
types of behavior are often seen as being more or less relevant to
on one's culture. In previous research, women have reported being more
ethical than men.
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The graph below shows how often people say that they find various everyday ethical situations to be acceptable in everyday life. This business ethics questionnaire includes 5 categories: Usurpation of company resources, Offering kickbacks, Corporate gamesmanship, Concealment of misconduct, & Cheating Customers. Higher scores indicate greater acceptance of these behaviors.
Belief About Others' Responses: