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NAME: ___________________________________________ A. cost overrun 7.

The view that there is more than one justifiable moral


perspective. K
IDENTIFICATION. Write the correct answer on the space B. high cost poor quality
provided. 8. The proactive use of engineering skills to promote a peaceful
C. innovations must implemented and just existence for all people. L
1. A pentagon specialist in management systems who revealed to
the US senate the cost overrun of C5-A plane (Ernest D. peace secrecy A. Peace Engineering
Fitzgerald)
5. the claim that moral principles have no justified exceptions and B. Ethical Pluralism
2. The plane which is the fastest and most maneuverable of its that what is morally true in one situation is
kind (F-15 fighter) true everywhere else. D C. Ethical Relationalism

3. The 2006 Nobel Peace Prize laureate (Muhammad Yunus) 6. Moral judgments are and should be made in relation to factors D. Ethical Absolutism
that vary from situation to situation, usually making it impossible
4. Has a vision of "Put a laptop computer in the hands of every to formulate rules that are both simple and absolute. C L. cost overrun
child" (Nicholas Negroponte)
7. The view that there is more than one justifiable moral K. high cost poor quality
5. The increasing integration of nations through trade, perspective. B
E. innovations must implemented
investment, transfer of technology, and exchange of ideas and
culture. (Globalization) 8. The proactive use of engineering skills to promote a peaceful
F. peace secrecy
and just existence for all people. A
6. When did the operators of Union Carbide’s plant in Bhopal,
A. Peace Engineering True or False
India, became alarmed by a leak and overheating in a storage
tank. (December 3, 1984) 1. The problem of waste and cost overruns is a continuing one in
B. Ethical Pluralism
the defense industry True
7. The view that there is more than one justifiable moral
C. Ethical Relationalism
perspective. (Ethical Pluralism) 2. C5-A transport plane was the fastes and most maneuverable of
D. Ethical Absolutism its kind False
8. “The proactive use of engineering skills to promote a peaceful
and just existence for all people.” (Peace Engineering) 3. Ernest Fitzgerald suggests to Put a laptop computer in the
hands of every child False
9. It is the process of moving technology to a novel setting and
Matching type
implementing it there. 4. Muhammad Yunus is the 2006 Noble peace prize laureate True
1. contractors’ workforces were swelled by underused engineers
10. Refers to identification, transfer, and implementation of the 5. Thomas Donaldsan formulates a list of “international rights,”
and high-salary sales personnel, resulting in lavish overhead fees.
most suitable technology for a new set of conditions. human rights that are implied by, but more specific than, the
A
most abstract human rights to liberty and fairness. False
11. The technology includes both _______ and _______.
2. Costs were cut when necessary by lowering quality, especially
when component specifications were not ready until after the 6. Richard T. Le George agrees that multinational corporations
contract was signed. B should respect the basic rights of people in the countries where
they do business. False
Multiple Choice. Choose the letter of the correct answer.
3. Giving in to the excitement of equipping and trying out weapons
employing the latest in technology may provide added capability 7. The one who revealed to the U.S. Senate the problem of waste
1. contractors’ workforces were swelled by underused engineers
to sophisticated C and cost overruns is Ernesto Fitzgerald, a Pentagon specialist in
and high-salary sales personnel, resulting in lavish overhead fees.
management systems. False
A
4. Defense industry problem that deserve to be discussed more
widely within the defense establishment and in the public. D 8. Globalization is the increasing integration of nations through
2. Costs were cut when necessary by lowering quality, especially
when component specifications were not ready until after the trade, investment, transfer of technology, and exchange of ideas
contract was signed. B 5. the claim that moral principles have no justified exceptions and and culture. True
that what is morally true in one situation is
true everywhere else. F Enumeration
3. Giving in to the excitement of equipping and trying out weapons
employing the latest in technology may provide added capability
6. Moral judgments are and should be made in relation to factors 1-6 items - Countries infested by such antipersonnel weapons
to sophisticated C
that vary from situation to situation, usually making it impossible (landmines)
4. Defense industry problem that deserve to be discussed more to formulate rules that are both simple and absolute. E
7-16. Give 10 international rights
widely within the defense establishment and in the public. D
6. FALSE
7. FALSE
8. TRUE

1. Afghanistan

2. Angola

I. 3. Bosnia

1. (Ernest Fitzgerald) 4. Mozambique


2. (F-15 fighter)
3. (Muhammad Yunus) 5. Nicaragua
4. (Nicholas Negroponte)
5. (Globalization) 6. Somalia
6. (December 3, 1984)
7. (Ethical Pluralism) 7. The right to freedom of physical movement.
8. (Peace Engineering)
8. The right to ownership of property.
9. Technology transfer)
10. (Appropriate Technology) 9. The right to freedom from torture.
11. (Hardware and Manipulation or Organization of
technology) 10. The right to a fair trial.
12.
11.The right to nondiscriminatory treatment (freedom from
discrimination on the basis of such characteristics as race or
sex).
II.
12. The right to physical security.
1. A
2. B 13. The right to freedom of speech and association.
3. C
4. D 14. The right to minimal education.
5. D
6. C 15. The right to political participation.
7. B
16. The right to subsistence.
8. A
III.
III.

1. A
2. B
3. C
4. D
5. F
6. E
7. K
8. L

IV.

1. TRUE
2. FALSE
3. FALSE
4. TRUE
5. FALSE