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Arts and Humanities
The Art of Public Speaking - Chapter 2
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Which of the following are characteristics of plagiarism?
using wording from other sources as your own and presenting ideas from other sources as your own
Which of the following are guidelines for ethical speaking?
You should be fully prepared for the speech, your goals should be worthy, and you should act ethically all the time
Manipulating statistics in making a speech is
a subtle form of dishonesty that is unethical
A speaker is expected to behave ethically
all the time
evaluate what they hear and assess evidence and reasoning
Ethical decisions are an important part of public speaking because
public speaking is a form of power and it can be abused
In order to avoid plagiarism when using an Internet source to research your speech, you should record
The title of the Internet document, the author or organizational sponsorship of the Internet document, and the date the Internet document was last updated.
If you use the views or ideas of others
you should verbally acknowledge all sources whether you quote or paraphrase them
Examples of incremental plagiarism include
using the exact words of others as your own and rephrasing the words of others without credition the sources
Speech goals and values may differ legitimately from person to person. What is the public speaker's responsibility in assessing a speech topic for a given situation?
Ask as many questions about the topic and audience as possible.
Which of the following are the best ways to avoid global plagiarism?
using and citing more than one source in your speech and avoiding waiting until the last minute to research and prepare your speech
A listener has a responsibility to encourage the speaker by
sitting in an attentive posture, maintaining consistent eye contact with the speaker, and showing support with appropriate facial expressions.
In public speaking preparation, which of the following is generally not a matter of ethical consideration?
the speaker's voice
Patchwork plagiarism occurs when a speaker
ties together words and ideas from several sources without citation
You should avoid biased or abusive language in public speaking because it
defames, demeans and demoralizes, reinforces prejudicial attitudes, and can stereotype
In U.S. history, restricting free speech
was used to keep women from voting, was used to stop civil rights leaders, and was used to keep abolitionists from exposing the evils of slavery
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