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Because speechmaking is a form of power, it carries with it heavy ____________ responsibilities.
____________ is the branch of philosophy that deals with issues of right and wrong in human affairs.
In public speaking, sound ethical decisions involve weighing a potential course of action against
A set of ethical standards or guidelines
Even though there can be gray areas when it comes to assessing a speaker's goals, it is still necessary to ask ethical questions about those goals.
Because listeners recognize that public speakers are promoting their self-interest, it is acceptable for speakers to alter evidence.
Which of the following violates the speaker's ethical obligation to be honest in what she or he says?
All of the above
The larger the audience becomes, the greater is the ethical responsibility of the speaker to be fully prepared.
____________ is the use of language to defame, demean, or degrade individuals or groups.
If you present another person's language or ideas as your own, you are guilty of ____________.
According to your textbook, stealing ideas or language from two or three sources and passing them off as one's own is called
Gabrielle, a physiology major, waited until the last minute to begin preparing her persuasive speech. When her friend Ken learned that she was panicking over the assignment, he gave her the outline of a speech he had delivered in class the previous semester. Gabrielle used the speech and presented it as her own.
Gabrielle is guilty of global plagiarism because she took a speech entirely from a single source and passed it off as her own.
When a speaker _____________, she restates or summarizes an author's ideas in her own words.
It is only necessary for a speaker to identify his or her source when quoting verbatim rather than when paraphrasing.
Even if your speech as a whole is ethical, you can still be guilty of ____________ plagiarism if you fail to give credit for quotations, paraphrases, and other specific parts of the speech that are borrowed from other people.
Protecting a speaker's freedom to express his or her ideas implies agreement with those ideas.
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