11.Agreement on whether behavior is good or bad is defined as the level of ethical acceptance.
12.Magnitude of consequences is the total harm or benefit derived from an ethical decision.
13.Ethical intensity is the result of only four factors. They are magnitude of consequences, social consensus, probability of effect, and concentration of effect.
14.Proximity of effect is the time between an act and the consequences the act produces.
15.Probability of effect is the chance that something will happen and then result in harm to others.
16.Concentration of effect is how much an act affects the average person.
17.Kohlberg’s three phases of moral development in order are law and order, instrumental exchange, and universal principle.
18.People at the postconventional level of moral development make moral decisions based on selfish reasons.
19.All adults reach the postconventional stage of morality.
20.Under the principle of distributive justice, if one person cannot visit a public attraction due to a lack of wheelchair accessibility, then no one should be able to visit it.