Please review the attached .pdf journal article: Barbu, M. C. R., & Craciun, L. (2012). Considerations on managerial ethics in sports organizations. Management and Marketing Journal, 10(1), 59-68. Students only need to read this article to complete the assignment. However, please utilize the attached "SPMT200 Week 2 Assignment Worksheet" to complete this assignment. After reviewing the article, please provide responses to each of the following ten (10) questions. What does "ethics" represent? What is the definition of "ethical dilemma?" What are the four (4) "aspects of management?" What are the three (3) "pillars of ethical organization?" What are the seven (7) "main tools of ethics management" as discussed in the scholarly literature? What does "code of ethics" represent? What are the five (5) "moral standards" Schwarts (2002) indicated an "effective code of ethics" should satisfy (i.e., "meet") in order to avoid damages and the civic spirit of compliance of law, environment and other individuals? What is the definition of "ethics audit?" What does the "whistle-blowing phenomenon" consists of? What are the three (3) "factors" DeSensi and Rosenberg (2003) identified which have led to an increase in non-ethical attitudes and behaviors among managers of sport clubs? Responses to each question should come from content in the attached Barbu and Craciun (2012) article. After reviewing the assignment’s instructions, list your responses to each inquiry within the attached Worksheet. It is unnecessary to compose information in paragraph format for this week’s assignment. In other words, you’re completing a worksheet instead of composing an academic paper (i.e., paragraph format). Thus, presenting direct quotes from Barbu and Craciun (2012) is fine. It is unnecessary to paraphrase information within this assignment. In-text citation for the assigned reading’s reference: (Barbu & Craciun, 2012). Include a page number and quotation marks when citing a direct quote. Example — "The individual who must decide in the situation of an ethical dilemma is known in the literature as a moral agent" (Barbu & Craciun, 2012, p. 59).