Q. I am looking for the definition of utilitarianism, justice and rights as related to business.
I want to refer you to a few tools you can try.
One is Oxford Reference Online, which you can find by going to the Library's home page at https://www.uhd.edu/library/Pages/library-index.aspx, and selecting the "Databases" tab from above the search box in the middle of the page. Then select the letter "O," and choose the Oxford Reference Online database from the resulting listing. (If you're using this and the databases below from off-campus, you'll be asked to login through student e-services.)
Just enter the word you want a definition of in the search box.
Another thing to try is LibSearch, which is basically the search box on the front page of the library Web site. Since this is for a business strategy class, I tried searching for "business strategy" utilitarian rights justice. You might look over what you get with that and see if it provides what you want. If you don't need it to apply to business, just take the "business strategy" off the front. If you want to be sure that the things you're getting are online in full text, just check the first option in the left-hand column of your search results page.
You may also want to try the database Business Source Complete -- the things in it would all apply to business. It is linked on Business research guide at http://library.uhd.edu/business. In it, I entered "business strategy" in the first search box, then utilitarian or justice in the second search box. (I left off rights because it came up with too many irrelevant results.)
If these things don't help, please feel free to re-contact us with any more background information that you have.