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Arts and Humanities
chapter 2 public speaking
Terms in this set (10)
Ethical issues can arise at every stage of the speech making process.
Because persuasion is such a complex process, juggling statistics and quoting out of context to maximize your persuasive effect are ethically acceptable in speeches to persuade.
Ethics is the branch of philosophy that deals with issues of right and wrong in human affairs.
Unlike writers, public speakers can present other people's ideas as their own without being guilty of plagarism
Whenever you quote someone directly in a speech, you must attribute the words to that person.
The aim of a speaker is to accomplish his or her goals by any means necessary.
The ethical obligation of a speaker to avoid name-calling and other forms of abusive language is essentially a matter of political correctness
It is necessary for public speaker to identify his or her source whether the speaker is paraphrasing or quoting verbatim.
Incremental Plagiarism occurs when a speaker uses quotations or paraphrases without citing the sources of the statements.
As a matter of ethics, audience members should listen attentively to and agree with everything a speaker says.
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