Name : Mohd Akmal bin Norjam AfandiClass : BM 111 5 BStudent id : 2010487602Lecturer : Miss Norulhuda Tajuddin
- misuse of public office for private gain- Use of position of trust for dishonest gain
- sport played betweentwo teams ofeleven players each -witha spherical ball
The game is played on arectangular field of grass orgreen artificial turf,with a goal in the middle of each of the short ends.The object of the game is toscore by driving the ball intothe opposing goal.
• No one canbribe where hecan bully• To get morepower so canlead everything
• accept a bribe if and only if their expected gain is greater than their current wage
• Bribe taker feel comfort with theirposition so can let the bribe giver winthe game..
-Make bias and unreasonable decision -Arrange the gameREFEREE
- not structurethe teamproperly forthe game- let him teamlost MANAGER
- Pretend not perform in game - Let opponent team score goal and winPLAYER
Bribe taker Bribe giver To get more money-To get more -Peoplemoney outside don’t- no big deal know-- people give, -Only somewhy not ? of the money-Only small -Popularitything / decision will increasehave to change
Bribe taker To get more money Bribe giver- serious - people soonproblem will know- why take - cowardsomething bad ? -Popularity will- so many decrease as youdisadvantage in jail
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