Ethical Decision Making (Doc)

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Running head: ARTICLE REVIEWArticle ReviewName of Student:Name of University:Author’s Note:
1ARTICLE REVIEWAbstract:The moral development of business graduates is a vital issue and a significant issue ofconcern. It depends on the factors affecting ethical behaviour and the development of individualsaccording to the perspective of Islam. The aim of the study is t understand the points andperspectives as mentioned in the article “ The empirical study of the influence of mentors andorganisational climate on the ethical attitudes and decision making of the national femalebusiness graduates in the United Arab Emirates ”.
2ARTICLE REVIEWIntroduction:The issues related to the reports of unethical behaviour have become very common in theMiddle East as well as in other parts of the world. There have been reports of ethical orientationchanges in the people of the UAE. There has been a drastic transformation in terms of a changefrom a conventional society of farmers and fishermen to a modern and majorly commercialisedand industrial society. Several studies have examined the effect of mentoring on the ethicalchoice of professionals. The generation differences in the representation of ethics have beenmentioned as it is believed that the new generation corresponds to new ethics. It is alsomentioned that for an extended period of time the wrong notions or the beliefs which have beenheld about women have not changed much and continue to remain within the society. The aim ofthe report is to fill certain differences in the ethical values and the attitudes by investigation ofthe ethical concepts as perceived by the young Emirati women.The issue addressed in the article:There is a shortage of workers in the UAE and therefore it is largely dependent on theexpatriate workers and according to the reports and statistics the majority of the UAE populationcomprises of expatriates. The working culture of the UAE is multicultural by nature. The numberof educated women has increased immensely from the almost non-existent number (Abdalla,1996). At the present scenario the women are encouraged to become highly educated and toencourage this free education is provided at all levels which lead women to take up the mostinfluential and managerial roles. The issue of the existence of the individualism-collectivismdichotomy is discussed which mentions about the contrast between the individual and
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