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    Utiltiarianism: Organizational Communication

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    Define utilitarianism. Discuss how utilitarianism might be applied to contemporary organizational communication. Give examples of the results of this application. Format into a one page document that complies with APA style of writing.

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    Utilitarianism implies that ethical action is one that maximizes utility. The happiness of the greatest number of people is considered utility. An action is ethical if its consequences lead to economic well-being, pleasure, lack of suffering, and happiness. An action is unethical if it ends in unhappiness (1). According to utilitarianism, every person looks for biggest happiness. Utilitarianism from another perspective means utility which ...

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    The answer to this problem explains the relationship between utilitarianism and organizational communication.Utilitarianism is defined. Examples are given as a result of the application. The references related to the answer are also included.

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