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Ethics in ICC

Prezi Three JMU ICC 2015

Kathryn Hobson

on 15 September 2016

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Transcript of Ethics in ICC

Cultural Variations in ICC
Ethics in ICC
Ethics or morals have to do with what is considered right and wrong.
Psychological Model
Culture viewed as filters that influence the sending and receiving of messages.
Symbolic Interaction
Communication is looked at on a case by case basis.
System Approach Model
Emphasizes connectedness of human communicators to their environment.
Cultural Boundaries
Mechanist Communication
Holistic Model
Integrate the individual level with the concerns of social ethics for justice.
Three Principles for Ethical ICC
1.) The Humanness Principle: ICC is about people, who should be treated with dignity and respect.
Ethics are culturally constructed.
What is right for one culture may not be right for another culture.
Shifting cultural boundaries
Cultures are not isolated.
Good communication happens when the message sent is the message received.
Psych and traditional models focus on minimizing cultural differences.
Individual-centered ethics
Ethical communication happens when there is a fit between communicators and their environment.
Must look at the individual, social, historical, political, and religious complexities of an intercultural issue.
2.) The Dialogic Principle: stresses relationships
Power Relationships
Principles Continued
3.) Speaking "with" and "to" others
Who can speak for whom?
Self-Reflexivity: Turn the mirror upon ones' self and examine their identities.
Engage in dialogue
What do Martin, Flores, and Nakayama (2002) say about a universal code of ethics? Is there a universal moral code?
If all cultures have different ethical principles, how can multiple cultures negotiate issues?
Do you agree/disagree?
How can you practice self-reflexivity?
Cultural differences considered noise/complication.
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