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    Consumer Ethics: An Assessment of Individual Behavior in the Market Place. [REVIEW]Sam Fullerton, Kathleen B. Kerch & H. Robert Dodge - 1996 - Journal of Business Ethics 15 (7):805 - 814.
    A national sample of 362 respondents assessed the ethical predisposition of the American marketplace by calculating a consumer ethics index. The results indicate that the population is quite intolerant of perceived ethical abuses. The situations where consumers are ambivalent tend to be those where the seller suffers little or no economic harm from the consumer's action. Younger, more educated, and higher income consumers appear more accepting of these transgressions. The results provided the basis for developing a four-group taxonomy of consumers (...)
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    Managerial Business Ethics in South Africa: An Exploratory Comparison - 1987 and 2009.Bisschoff Christo & Sam Fullerton - 2011 - African Journal of Business Ethics 5 (1).
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    Attitudes Toward Consumer and Business Ethics Among Canadian and New Zealand Business Students: An Assessment of 28 Scenarios.Jim Fisher, David Taylor & Sam Fullerton - 1999 - Teaching Business Ethics 3 (2):155-177.
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    Managerial Business Ethics in South Africa: An Exploratory Comparison-1987 and 2009.Christo Bisschoff & Sam Fullerton - 2011 - African Journal of Business Ethics 5 (1):14.
    A sample of 259 South African managers completed a survey originally administered by Nel (1992). The results of the current study indicated a favourable move on four of the 15 questionable actions used to assess each group's ethical predisposition. Furthermore, the grand means for the two temporal-based samples also provided anecdotal evidence of a positive transition. Virtually identical results were in evidence when the segment of 89 top managers was compared to the sample of its higher level peers from the (...)
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