Comparing Men's And Women's Perception Of Modality Of Teaching Business Ethics

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This paper is the second report of a research project involving collecting information via e-survey about occasions in which graduates of a California private University have encountered ethical issues/dilemma after graduation and the role that they think their education and the ethics course they had taken played in recognition and resolution of such issues. An associational analysis is made between the methods employed in teaching business ethics and its effectiveness in resolution of ethical dilemma. A clear difference of perception of modality of instruction is found between the male and female respondents attending the same ethics courses.