Ethics Quizzes & Trivia

We all have our own moral codes by which we live, and this can vary from one person to another. Philosophers, however, look at the codes that govern us all, and which society sets, and it's this that forms the scientific study of ethics. It's a moral philosophy that takes a forensic look at codes of what's right and wrong, and how they've changed dramatically through the ages.
If societal behavior has always fascinated you, or if you take a keen interest in all things philosophical, then you should do well with our ethics quizzes. Could you name the three fields that make up the study of ethics? That's just one of the ethics questions you could face, and you'll also be tested on legendary thinkers such as Aristotle and Socrates. This is black and white; you'll either be right or wrong.
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In a dynamic business environment such as the one which our graduates will operate, it is pertinent that students develop an understanding of the importance of professionalism and ethics.

Questions: 30  |  Attempts: 2068   |  Last updated: Jun 17, 2020
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    Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of professionalism.  

Welcome to the PRSA Ethics Quotient (EQ) Quiz. This is a new 10-question quiz to test your knowledge of the ethical practice of public relations. If you have already taken an earlier PR ethics quiz,...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 19207   |  Last updated: Jun 17, 2020
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    You are having a briefing meeting with a new client and want to be sure to capture all of their comments, so you bring a tape recorder to the meeting. You don’t want it to be a distraction, so you place it inside your folder on the table and record the meeting without mentioning it to the client. Are you breaching PR ethics?

You have come to face a hard quiz which is all about ethics, ethics of business, morals, rights, etc. Let's see if you have such kind of knowledge or not. You are going to learn about many ethical terms and rules, it...

Questions: 24  |  Attempts: 11258   |  Last updated: Jun 17, 2020
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    Define morality

Ethics Test for Individuals

Questions: 16  |  Attempts: 1161   |  Last updated: Jan 22, 2013
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    Is it Ethical to overpromise to win a customer, gain support for a pet project or avoid confrontation?

There are three theories that try to explain the moral principles that are expected from someone in a given situation and how human language can be judged to be right or wrong. The three ethical theories are either based on...

Questions: 18  |  Attempts: 1358   |  Last updated: Jun 17, 2020
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    1. Which of the following are the strengths of teleological ethical theories? 

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Ethics Questions & Answers

What do you do with the quote you gathered? A business owner tells you another business owner is embezzling funds. A. Investigate further and report the quote no matter what; it s a fact...
1. Investigate further and report the quote only if you find further evidence. This would defame the business owners name if the allegation proved false.
Is it copyright infringement in the following sentence? You had lunch with a business colleague one afternoon and detailed a dream you had of someday starting a consulting business to train...
1. no-no. according to the university of maine at farmingtons website on copyright infringement, copyright applies only to work fixed in a tangible medium of expression. in other words, ideas are not copyrighted. unless you wrote down your dream, yo
Can you define morality? A. What is considered as correct within a society. B. Making the right decision s where there is a chance to do wrong. C. Defining what is right and wrong...
The correct answer to this question is C, Defining what is right and wrong for an individual or a community. We all have guidelines that we try to follow. These guidelines are called morals. Everyone's morals and morality differ, based on the guideli
What is virtue ethics?
Virtue ethics is a term used for a set of principals which emphasize the role of character and virtue in moral philosophy, rather than doing something with the intent of profit or gain. An example of this is treating others with kindness and respect
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