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Communication Ethics

Chapter 3
by

Jessica Gomez

on 21 February 2014

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Transcript of Communication Ethics

Ethical Communication in Public Presentation
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Quotes to Live By:
Ethics
“We are not angels, but we may at times be better versions of ourselves” - Erwin Hargrove
“Ethics is more of a journey than a destination”
“Because we are human beings we should not expect to live a mistake free life."
Ethical Guidelines: Remember to follow!
Tell the Truth Most of The Time
Consider Alternatives to Lying
Lie Selectively
Consider Discovery
Consider the Golden Rule
Preparation-
Before
your Presentation
Research
Know where your information is coming from and keep record of it
Why?
Citation gives CREDIT where credit is due
Citations hold you ACCOUNTABLE to standards of reason and truth
Citation creates the potential for REPLICATION of your research
Delivery-
During
your Presentation
You should consider the following three ethical components for your presentation delivery
Practice Beforehand
Be Truthful
Know your audience
Plagiarism
Conflicts of Interest & Self-Interest
Conflict of interest- situation in which a person or organizations has multiple interests at stake in a decision, and motivations from one of those interests may corrupt or interfere with decisions made about another
Self Interest- considering the benefits and consequences of an action for oneself first and for all others second


3 courses of action to alleviate conflicts of interest
1. Removal- best but not always possible
2. Disclosure- inform others about the conflict of interest
3. Management- proceeding but taking precautions against biased behaviors
"One thing to remember about honor codes and codes of ethics is that ultimately they require that people follow them for the ethical equality of an institution to be improved."
One way to have members to fail to uphold scholastic ethics is by plagiarizing
PLAGIARISM:
means falsely representing any material obtained from another source as your own work
Can be committed intentionally or unintentionally
Three Types of Plagiarism
GLOBAL PLAGIARISM

INCREMENTAL PLAGIARISM

PATCHWORK PLAGIARISM

Principles of Communication Ethics
Relationship between one's own actions and the actions of others
Virtue Ethics
Deontology
Consequentialism
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