Chapter 5 - A SPEAKERS GUIDEBOOK 4TH EDITION CHAPTER 5...

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A SPEAKER’S GUIDEBOOK 4 TH EDITION CHAPTER 5 Ethics and Public Speaking
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The Speaker The ethical speaker remembers that their credibility is on the line when they speak. The sources cited by the speaker can also affect his/her credibility. Unethical behaviors in the speaker’s personal life will affect audience perception of the speech.
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Ethics and Public Speaking Ethics is the responsibility we have toward the audience and ourselves. Ethics is derived from the Greek word ethos which means character. Little has changed since Aristotle’s day; audience members still expect speakers to be honest, respectful, knowledgeable, and to have organized delivery of reasonable thoughts.
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Ethical Conduct Is a Reflection of Values Values shape our worldview, drive our behavior, and perform the basis on which we judge the actions of others. Even though people disagree, it is order, not chaos, which keeps our society functioning. Many different behaviors involve ethical choices and consequences.
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To tell a lie: an ethical dilemma Are there any laws that govern whether or not it is acceptable to lie? What message does society send
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Chapter 5 - A SPEAKERS GUIDEBOOK 4TH EDITION CHAPTER 5...

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