About _____ % of processed food that is produced in the United States contains some genetically modified ingredients. (Points: 5)
motivational "sticks and carrots". 16.
According to your textbook, the first genetically modified food was produced: (Points: 5)
8,000 years ago.
in 2005. 17.
Which of the following is NOT a risk of genetically modified foods listed by your textbook? (Points: 5)
Economic loss by small-scale farmers
Economic loss due to longer shelf life of some products
Inadvertent death in humans
Loss of public trust due to lack of labeling 18.
Individuals might blow the whistle if they believe: (Points: 5)
their company is breaking the law.
their company is involved in acts that are financially profitable but morally wrong.
the actions of the company are potentially dangerous.
All of the above 19.
Which of the following statements is FALSE? (Points: 5)
Whistle-blowing often occurs when an individual believes that decision making by a company or the government may be breaking the law.
Ethics codes are often too broad to capture the ethical issues that confront companies.
Ethical behavior inevitably produces an economic cost to a firm.
Whistle-blowers often come from senior positions, since these are the people who have the most control over or have the most knowledge about what is occurring within the corporation. 20.
It is believed that the Challenger explosion could have been prevented if: (Points: 5)
the crew inside the Challenger had received more training prior to the mission.
if the management team had ignored Boisjoly.
if the seal had leaked.
the Challenger was sent into space at warmer temperatures.