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Com 135: Chapter 3 Define ethics and explain the impact ethics have on public speeches. Explain why ethical speechmaking is audience-centered. Know the requirements of ethical speech making and explain why they are important to free speech. Explain the history of free speech in America and differentiate between behaviors that are protected under free speech and those that are not. Define plagiarism and know the ways to avoid plagiarizing. Know the guidelines for ethical listening and why they are important. Ethics – are the beliefs values and moral principles by which we determine what is right or wrong. In a country where we have free speech you are still required to do so in a ethical way…especially in public speaking. Ethical communication enhances human worth and dignity by fostering
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Unformatted text preview: truthfulness, fairness, responsibility, personal integrity, and respect. 1. should guideline all of your speech – inherently audience centered. 2. Audience centered because when being ethical you have to take into consideration of their culture, beliefs, values, and norms… Ethical speaker is one who has a clear responsible goal, uses sound evidence and reasoning, sensitive and tolerant to difference, and honest avoiding plagiarism. Rd pg 47. Plagiarism – steal ideas. Lacing a speech with compelling phrases you find in a source that you do not credit. ------------do own work, acknowledge sources. Citations. Ethical listening guidelines 1) communicate your expectations and feedback 2) sensitve and tolerant to differences 3) listen critically...
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