Personal characteristics in college students' evaluations of business ethics and corporate social responsibility

Journal of Business Ethics 10 (1):63 - 69 (1991)
A survey of 138 college students reveals an undergraduate major has a greater influence on corporate social responsibility than business ethics. Business students are no less ethical than nonbusiness students. Females are more ethical and socially responsible than males. Age is negatively related to one's Machiavellian orientation and positively related to negative attitudes about corporate efforts at social responsibility. The results suggest a greater need to focus busines ethics instruction based on student characteristics
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DOI 10.1007/BF00383694
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