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Charges of methodological weakness in business ethics research may be partly countered by expanding the use of focus groups to concentrate on the experience of participants as they identify and discuss ethical dilemmas they have encountered and solutions they have explored. Dr Vyakarnam is Lecturer in Enterprise at Cranfield University School of Management, Bedfordshire MK43 OAL.
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