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    Topic: Can Poor Decisions be Blamed on Attitudes, Assumptions, and Beliefs?

    Consider the current and recent accounting scandals. Every person who actively and passively contributed to this disaster held certain attitudes and beliefs about the world, other people, and themselves. Of these three categories, do you think that one played a larger role than the other two in setting the stage for these practices? Do you think those attitudes were in-born, were they learned, or both? Which had more to do with their precursory attitudes--morality or legality?

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    Topic: Can Poor Decisions be Blamed on Attitudes, Assumptions, and Beliefs?

    Consider the current and recent accounting scandals. Every person who actively and passively contributed to this disaster held certain attitudes and beliefs about the world, other people, and themselves. Of these three categories, do you think that one played a larger role than the other two in setting the stage for these practices? Do you think those attitudes were in-born, were they learned, or both? Which had more to do with ...

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