The film demonstrates how John Seigenthaler moderates a lively discussion on the state of political discourse among a panel of elected officials and leaders. The issues in the film are important due to strategies that are made by democrats and republicans so that situations go in a particular party’s favor. The film demonstrates how one may use pictures of someone, e-mails, blogs, and voicemails in order to gain the upper hand.
What role do external social pressures have in influencing organizational ethics?
External social pressures can be considered peer pressure and tend to be a result of society and its ability to conform to attitude changes in values and behavior for the good of all. Social pressures can change a brilliant and charming idea into a hopeless and dry one. However, the influences external social pressures have on organizational ethics can influence corporations to consider actions and behavior they may not otherwise take into account. These issues are important to the organization because the organization will be providing resources that address issue in the society. In some cases news stations like CNN, Fox News, and Local news stations only show and may manipulate the facts in order to boost ratings, socially individuals may use this method to boost their social status as well.
How might these issues be relevant to organizational and personal decisions?
These issues are relevant to organizational and personal decisions as they provide a role model. Having dirt on someone who may be able to boost your career on position in politics like pictures, e-mails, blogs, voicemails and more may be used to boost an organization like pricing, prestige, quality and quantity.
What is the relationship between legal and ethical issues as shown in the film?