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plagiarizing) Documents your resources (make sure you give credit to who's your crediting) 3.2. Application Think back to an ethical communication dilemma you have faced. How did you decide what was right or wrong in your situation? Did you consider any of the standards or guidelines discussed in the chapter? Did any of these standards help you make your decision? I believe that
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3.3 Knowledge Describe the premise of the National Communication Association Credo for Ethical Communication. National communication association credo is basically about being truthful and having respect for yourself and other Ethical communication is for you to act towards people and have respect for others. 3.3 Application Can you think of a speech topic that might violate the NCA credo? Do you think that some speech topics should be banned from being presented in the classroom? No because I feel as if everyone should be able to speak on whatever topic they want to talk about. 3.4 Knowledge Define plagiarism. Explain the difference between intentional and unintentional plagiarism. Plagiarism is when you copy someone else’s work Intentional Is when you do it on purpose but unintentional is when you do it on accident 3.4 Application Why is plagiarism a problem? Why do people plagiarize? What should be the punishment for plagiarism? It’s a problem because you’re stealing someone else’s hard work and I feel as if you shouldn’t at jail time but you should get a bad grade or something minor
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