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Speech 2.1

Chapter 2 Part 1- Definitions/Principles of Ethics, Ethical listening/speaking

What is ethics? the standards by which we use to determine right from wrong, or good from bad, in thought and behavior
What are the two frames of ethics? 1) all parties in the communication process have ethical responsiblilties 2) ehtical speakers and listeners possess attitudes and standards that prevade their character and guide their actions before, during, and after speaking and listening
What is the first guide line for ethical SPEAKING? Speak up about topics you consider important and be silent about trivial issues
What is the second guide line for ethical SPEAKING? Chose topics that promote positive ethical issues
What is the third guide line for ethical SPEAKING? Speak to benefit your listeners
What is the forth guide line for ethical SPEAKING? Use truthful, current supporting material and valid reasoning. Do not include factual or logical answers
What is the fifth guide line for ethical SPEAKING? Consider the consequences of your words and actions
What is the sixth guide line for ethical SPEAKING? Strive to improve your public speaking
What is the first guide line for ethical LISTENING? Seek exposure to well informed speakers whp expand their knowledge, increase their understanding, introduce them to new ideas, and challenge their beliefs
What is the second guide line for ethical LISTENING? listen openly without prejudging speakers or their ideas
What is the third guide line for ethical LISTENING? evaluate the speaker's logic and credablility
What is the forth guide line for ethical LISTENING? be aware of the consequences of not listening carefully
Created by: jriley20
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