EthicsListening - Chapter 3 Ethics"Making a conscious...

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Chapter 3
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Ethics  “Making a conscious decision to  communicate in ways that you, in light  of your cultural ideals, consider right,  fair, honest, and helpful to yourself and  others.”
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Responses to Diversity Resisting Assimilating Accommodating
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Dialogical Speakers Monological Speakers
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Good practices Research Be honest and fair Use civility (avoid personal attacks) Keep an open mind as you listen Avoid Plagiarism 36% of students have plagiarized written  assignments according to Psychological Record   cited at  plagiarism.org
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Cultural ideas about writing Demonstrate your knowledge & skills Individuality and originality favored Owning intellectual property
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Citing Tips Give credit for  Somebody else’s words or ideas even if they are  from TV or a friend’s e-mail Phrases and paraphrased information Diagrams, photos, etc.
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