SAGE Journal Articles

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Article 1: Schwartz, M., & Weber, J., (2006). Measuring business ethics activity around the world. Business & Society, 45(3), 382-405

Questions to consider:

  1. Why do you think researchers are attempting to measure business ethics globally?
  2. What did the authors find?
  3. What questions were asked? Do you think it accurately provided a good measurement? Why or why not?
  4. Why does the academic sector get measure in this instrument?

Article 2: Ensari, N., & Miller, N., (2005). Prejudice and intergroup attributions: The role of personalization and performance feedback. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 8(4) 391-410.

Questions to consider:

  1. Discuss how cooperative contact decreases prejudice towards the “outgroup”.
  2. Discuss Miller’s decategorization model.
  3. List and describe mediators of prejudice.
  4. Ability versus luck in task accomplishment….what did the authors find related to this topic.