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Interpersonal Communication Ethics

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Morgan Lloyd

on 31 March 2014

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Transcript of Interpersonal Communication Ethics

Interpersonal Communication Ethics:
The Relationship Matters

Assumptions
1. Interpersonal communication is one of many forms of communications.

2. The relationship is the only element being cultivated.

3. Interpersonal communication can be studied in various ways.






What does it take to nourish a relationship?
The key to interpersonal communication ethics
Who works to honor the relationship, whatever the consequences?

If the relationship changes, you change.


Conclusion
Dialogic Ethics

Listening

Attentiveness

Negotiation
Interpersonal Communication Ethics

Protects the good of the relationship

Interpersonal communication generates relationships

All about the "we"

Distance
It is a responsibility
It is more than empty space
It is necessary


Interpersonal Responsibility
Labeling or Naming

Demand
Hesed = doing a good in the community is necessary but can't be demanded.
Demand can stifle hesed.
Interpersonal Relationship Ethics
as seen in "The Little Giants"
Interpersonal Relationship Ethics
as seen in "The Little Giants"
References:

Arnett, R., Harden Fritz, J., & Bell, L. (2009). Communication Ethics Literacy: Dialogue and Difference. Los Angeles, California: SAGE Publications, Inc.

Dunham, D. (Director) (1994). The little giants [DVD].


Clip # 1

The relationship lacks distance and responsbility.
The younger brother engages in emotivism
Clip # 2

Both brothers show an attempt to demand something from the relationship
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