Chapter 4 Flashcards Preview

UD Psychology > Chapter 4 > Flashcards

Flashcards in Chapter 4 Deck (73)
Loading flashcards...
1

One’s integrity depends on a moral compass that consists of what kind of values?

Moral

Human

Core

Ethical

Ethical

2

What is the only option a strength base leader has?

The ability to lead others

To be centered and moving forward on this path

To follow their moral compass

Serve as an examples of integrity of character

To be centered and moving forward on this path

3

What is lost without integrity?

The path of your moral compass

Your ethical values

The ability to lead others

Being a leader

The ability to lead others

4

Our character itself is not ______.

Learned

Developed

Predetermined

Predestined

Predestined

5

What does our ethical conduct generally reveal and often reinforce?

Our character

Our integrity

Our values

Our moral duties

Our character

6

What are concerned with moral duties and how we should behave regarding both ends and means?

Ethics

Ethical values

Moral

Moral values

Ethics

7

Which of the following are ethical values?

Honor, duty, and integrity

Thoughtfulness, honor, and character

Fidelity, character, and law-abidingness

Forgiveness, accountability, and compassion

Forgiveness, accountability, and compassion

Here are some additional ethical values:
Honesty
Fidelity
Duty
Respect for others
Thoughtfulness
Honor
Law-abidingness

8

What must ethical values include?

Action and purpose

Morals

Honesty and integrity

Meaning and purpose

Action and purpose

9

In police work, _______ like trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and good citizenship are simply factors to be taken into account.

Ethical principles

Ethical values

Good character

Ethics

Ethical principles

10

What is a prescription for the way things ought to be and not descriptions of the way things are?

Ethical principles

Ethical values

Good character

Ethics

Ethics

11

What do police leaders struggle with daily?

Having integrity

How to cultivate a work environment of ethical behavior

Trying to compartmentalize their lives into personal and police domains

If a personal obligation is an ethical one

How to cultivate a work environment of ethical behavior

12

Which ones are approaches to dealing with ethical challenges?

Community-oriented policing and value-oriented policing

Compliance-based programs and community-oriented programs

Value-oriented programs and compliance-based programs

Value-oriented policing and community-oriented programs

Value-oriented programs and compliance-based programs

"There are three very different approaches to dealing with ethical challenges:
Neglect
Compliance-based programs
Values-oriented programs"

13

When the department sidesteps ethics, how do they view ethics?

Meaningless

Tiresome

Unimportant

Waste of energy

Unimportant

14

What is most often designed by policy makers, administrative staff, and legal counsel?

Community-oriented policing

Value-oriented policing

Compliance-based programs

Value-based programs

Compliance-based programs

15

What are compliance-based programs based on?

Rules and regulations

Law and order

Ethics and morals

Goals and objectives

Rules and regulations

16

What are the goals of compliance-based programs?

Preventing, acknowledging, and punishing legal violations

Detecting, recognizing, and punishing legal violations

Preventing, detecting, and enforcing legal violations

Preventing, detecting, and punishing legal violations

Preventing, detecting, and punishing legal violations

17

Why doesn’t the compliance-based program work well?

Rules beget rules; regulations beget regulations

They send a disturbing message to the employees: “We don’t respect your intelligence or trust you!”

It has not kept police supervisor or employees from exercising poor judgement and making stupid decisions.

All the above

All the above

18

What is one of the most compelling reasons for downplaying compliance-based programs?

Rules beget rules; regulations beget regulations

They send a disturbing message to the employees: “We don’t respect your intelligence or trust you!”

It has not kept police supervisors or employees from exercising poor judgement and making stupid decisions.

It does not balance the ethical concerns of the community with the values of the police organization.

It has not kept police supervisors or employees from exercising poor judgement and making stupid decisions.

19

What approach relies on identifying ethical principles?

Compliance-based approach

Value-oriented approach

Community oriented approach

Problem oriented approach

Compliance-based approach

20

The Joseph Institute of Ethics advocates six pillars of character. What do they define?

Morals and ethics

Morals and values

Moral duties and virtues

Values and ethics

Moral duties and virtues

21

Which of the following are part of the six pillars of character?

Respect, fairness, and caring

Moral, ethics, and values

Honesty, integrity, and respect

All of the above

Respect, fairness, and caring

22

Which pillar is an especially important ethic of value?

Honesty

Trustworthiness

Respect

None of the above

Trustworthiness

23

Which pillars are fundamental ethical values?

Honesty and integrity

Respect and fairness

Caring and responsibility

Honesty, integrity, and respect

Respect and fairness

24

Which ethical concept embodies three separate values: accountability, self-restraint, and pursuit of excellence?

Respect

Fairness

Responsibility

Honesty

Responsibility

25

Which value is one of the most elusive ethical values?

Respect

Fairness

Responsibility

Honesty

Fairness

26

Which ethical value embodies the values of justice, equity, due process, openness, and consistency?

Respect

Fairness

Responsibility

Honesty

Fairness

27

What is the core of many ethical values?

Respect

Caring

Pursuit of excellence

Concern for the interests of others

Concern for the interests of others

28

How do we first examine ethical issues?

We determine which internal and which external stakeholders’ ethical guidelines should influence the decision

By identifying which of these six ethical principles applies to a particular ethical decision.

We examine the complexity of issues that must be considered in each decision.

We define the role each person’s judgement plays in ethically carrying out his or her responsibilities.

By identifying which of these six ethical principles applies to a particular ethical decision.

29

What is the second step in examining ethical issues?

We determine which internal and which external stakeholders’ ethical guidelines should influence the decision

By identifying which of these six ethical principles applies to a particular ethical decision.

We examine the complexity of issues that must be considered in each decision.

We define the role each person’s judgement plays in ethically carrying out his or her responsibilities.

We determine which internal and which external stakeholders’ ethical guidelines should influence the decision

30

What strongly influences the decisions of employees?

The ethical concerns of the community with the values of the police organization

His or her obligations to contribute to the overall public good

The department’s entrenched sense of integrity and its willingness to enforce the rules.

A matter of personal character

The department’s entrenched sense of integrity and its willingness to enforce the rules.