Ethical beliefs and tolerance of ambiguity

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Gulcimen Yurtsever
Cite this article:  Yurtsever, G. (2000). Ethical beliefs and tolerance of ambiguity. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 28(2), 141-148.


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In this study the relationship between ethical beliefs and tolerance of ambiguity was examined. Two dimensions of ethical belief were examined: ethical relativism and idealism. Findings reported here are based on a questionnaire survey of 145 exporting and importing managers of Turkey. The results show a positive correlation between ethical relativism and tolerance of ambiguity, and a negative correlation between idealism and tolerance of ambiguity.

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