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Chapter 2: Previewing An Audience Centered Approach
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What does it mean to be Audience Centered? Why is this important?
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Free Speech
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Are you ETHICAL? What does that mean?
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Ethics: the beliefs, values, and moral principles by which we determine what is right and wrong. How does this apply to Public Speaking?
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1. Ethical speaking requires that speakers have a clear, responsible goal. 2. Ethical speakers use critical thinking skills (analysis; evaluation) to formulate arguments and draw their conclusions. 3. Ethical speaking requires that speakers be sensitive to and tolerant of differences. 4. Ethical speakers must try to be honest.
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Avoid Plagiarism! Plagiarism is properly defined as: presenting the words and ideas of others without crediting them to their proper authors. Do your own work. Plagiarizing others does not provide you with new skills. Avoid turning someone else’s speech into your own. Even avoid extensive editing by a friend; your speech may turn
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